Cub required not one, but two surgeries to relieve the suffering that he endured due to neglect. Cub’s previous owner let flies & maggots devour his beautiful ears to the point that they had to be surgically removed to end his pain. GSROC was alerted to this situation by his neighbors and we rushed to save him.
Cub no longer sports the classic shepherd ears, but he is sweet, forgiving boy with so much love in his heart. Not only is he a sweetie – he has managed to steal the hearts of many of our volunteers! He even has a nickname….”cubby wubby”.
He is a young guy with lots of energy and Cub will thrive in a home that is willing to provide him with the exercise and training he needs. Cub likes to go for walks and explore his surroundings. Due to his youth and exuberance, we recommend he goes to an adult home, or one with teenaged children.
He is currently in a GSROC foster home with other dogs large and small and cats. Cub gets along with all his foster pals. He is not interested in the cat. In fact, one of them hissed at him and Cub quickly backed up….he didn’t want anything to do with a cranky feline! We believe, with proper introduction, Cub could live with a cat in his home.