9 year old Kara is a sweet lady who had the bad luck to end up with an uncaring owner. After living with him for over 6 years, she was unceremoniously dumped in a very overcrowded high kill shelter. The reason she was no longer wanted? She got “Too Big”. Yes – Too Big.
We have no idea how an adult female GSD can get “too big” since she was obviously already done growing by the time she became part of that family. What we DO know is that Kara deserves better treatment than this.
She was totally bewildered by her surroundings and was so very happy to see our volunteer! She hopped in the car and settled right down. She knew better things were coming her way now that GSROC had saved her.
Kara was quite popular at a recent adoption event. She bonded quickly with her handler and happily sat by her side greeting all visitors politely. Her doggy driver’s license may say she is 8-9 year old, but Kara doesn’t think so. She is lively and loves to go for walks.
She appears to like other dogs, walks well on a leash and is so looking forward to finding someone to love. However, she has let us know she prefers a feline free home.