Meet Parker – a 1.5 year-old, spayed, small female German Shepherd. She’s healthy, weighs about 35 lbs., house-trained, very quiet, calm, affectionate and plays well with other dogs.
I’m fostering her and she’s available for adoption but please keep three things in mind:
- The adoption has to be processed through the Humane Society of Greater Miami (but don’t call them just yet).
- The Humane Society will ask for an adoption fee (I don’t know how much).
- They are going to be selective about choosing the new owner as German Shepherds are in high demand.
If interested, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (during the foster period until July 10th).
After July 10th, feel free to contact the Humane Society directly if she hasn’t already been adopted.
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How did I become the foster-parent of Parker? Here’s the story:
On Tuesday I was doing a maternity photo shoot at Arcola Lakes Park in Miami and this adorable stray German Shepherd came up to me and followed me during the entire photo shoot. When I finished, I asked people in the park if they knew the owner as there was no collar or tags. Eventually, I took the dog home with me and yesterday took her to the Humane Society of Greater Miami. No one has reported her missing and she hasn’t been “chipped.” The clinic at the Humane Society did a full check up on her and she’s in great shape. They asked me to foster her for two weeks until a space opens up for her.
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