Meet Grady! A Handsome and Energetic Pup Ready for Adoption!

Photo: Minnich, Sondra

Meet Grady!

~ My behavior is very typical for my breed. I must live with someone who has purebred Herding Breed experience.

~ I can live in a single family home.

~ I want to live with dog savvy adults.

~ I want a cat free home.

~ I have not had much experience with dogs. I may be willing to share my home with a canine of similar size.

~ I am a high energy kind of dog and am looking for a home where I can get lots of exercise every day.

~ I am still learning and want to get off to a great start in my new home, so I will need to continue my training. (Obedience Training Required)

Herding (German Shepherd, Collie, Australian Shepherd, Cattledogs, Corgi, Sheepdog, etc.)

a. When full grown herding dogs are typically medium to large dogs.

b. These breeds were born to work. They commonly have strong instincts and a desire to please, but are also able to accomplish and learn things independently.

c. If not properly trained and given a job to do, herding breeds will take it upon themselves to find a job (some of which you may not enjoy).

d. Due to their herding instinct to keep the "flock" together, they are prone to chase after running kids. While dedicated to their families, herding dogs may do best in a home with older children, teens and/or adults.

e. Herding dogs are highly intelligent and require a high level of exercise. They excel not only in herding but also in obedience, agility, tracking and flyball.

f. Barking, heel nipping and nudging are normal herding behaviors

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Photo: Minnich, Sondra

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