I Like Kitties!UPDATED BIO!I have special needs
7 month old Norman was living on a ranch with other dogs. These dogs had attacked poor Norman and he had a wound that was infested with bugs and ticks. A kind animal lover convinced the owner that a better life was waiting for Norman and it was agreed to find a new home for Norman. He had to be completely shaved because his fur was full of sticks and sticks. He is sporting a short summer cut, but eager to regain his full shepherd mane.
Norman is now in a GSROC foster home and fitting right in with the other dogs that are there. His foster mom reports that unlike other fosters that have thrown off the rhythm of the house at first, Norman fit in immediately. He is submissive to her alpha dog and plays well with others in the pack as well.
Norman’s foster mom took him to meet some cats recently. Norman was totally unruffled around the cats, he could care less.
Norman is housebroken and crate trained. His foster mom says he is “super smart”, takes treats gently and is very treat driven. Of course, Norman is still a puppy and like all puppies, can get into mischief – but he has done this very rarely. He likes to retrieve his foster mom’s shoes from under the bed – but there are no teeth marks on them. Maybe he is just trying to help her find them.
Norman will be a great friend for a gentle dog and for special people who understand that he just wants to be loved. In the words of his foster home – he is “…an all around pretty awesome dog!”