Bank Roll, now named Rosie, found herself in a high kill Texas shelter. While visiting in person, I heard a dog howling near the back. Suspecting a GSD, I found Bank Roll letting out deep howls begging to be released from her prison. She had clearly been a house dog prior and was unhappy with her accommodations. Rosie had a microchip, but no owners ever reclaimed her. Fortunately for her, we found a temporary foster home in Texas while she waits her ride to the east coast. Rosie is Home thin and suffering from minor ailments and discomfort , but is on the road to recovery. She has done well with her foster siblings and is very happy to be part of a pack again. Please consider giving this lovely older gal the retirement home she craves and deserves.
If you are an approved adopter and are interested in this dog, please let your case worker know. If you are not yet an approved adopter but are interested, please complete an adoption application!
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