At the Munich Animal Shelter, numerous special pets, such as dogs, are waiting for a second chance from their new owners.
Munich – Born in October 2020, Ricky’s German Shepherd mix has just been born. Munich Animal Shelter. His hosts were with young dog confused, did not know what to do, and finally gave up.
The castrated male currently weighs 33 kg with a shoulder height of 61 cm.
Ricky is a large and strong male, behaves violently, is typical for the breed and corresponds to his age. Due to his often vicious nature, it is not recommended to live with children, especially small ones.
The bright German Shepherd mix already knows some basic commands, but they still need to be practiced and reinforced. A visit to a dog school would be very helpful here.
Ricky is a real sports fighter and he enjoys playing sports a lot. It will also be good for dog sports. It is still very difficult to be one gullible and people-oriented male, he would like to be with you everywhere. Ricky is shown to be tolerant towards his peers. Traveling by car or public transport is also not a problem.
The owner thinks that the dog will miss her when she leaves the house: the surveillance camera shows a very different truth
Owners of Ricky with experience in keeping German Shepherds are required. You must have enough time and motivation to actively engage Ricky. With consistent and clear guidance, Ricky is an excellent and loyal companion who has everything to make him a reliable and well mannered team player.
Would you like to meet Ricky? Then contact Hundehaus 2 at tel. 089/92100020 and arrange a visit.
Edgar’s first stay at the animal shelter began in 2019. Then he and his partner Gregor were saved from bad posture. Unfortunately, Gregor died in an orphanage, never finding a home.
Edgar, after a long search, finally found a place, but he couldn’t live there with another parrot – so the colorful bird ended up in an animal shelter again.
Edgar is 10 to 15 years old. He is a very cautious and shy bird, although he recovered. But Edgar is not really interested in us humans, even since he was alone. It is believed that his baldness was due to over-grooming his late partner.
The Association for the Protection of Animals is desperate: who will save these dogs from the slaughter?
Otherwise, Edgar is perfectly healthy. He wants a home where he can just be a bird and have the company of a chicken again. He should have his own room or outdoor enclosure with shelter.
Do you have any more questions about Edgar? Then contact tel. 089/92100052 or write a letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.