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Hi, my name is Penny Lane. I'm a young female german shepherd. My previous owners could not take care of me and left me outside all the time. I was not socialized and have very little experience with humans and dogs. Although I'm learning what it's like to have sisters and brothers, my foster parents tell me I'm doing a really good job. I used to think toes and hands were toys but I've been told that they are not! I'm learning to play with toys and I love rawhides. I also like being indoors and cry when you leave me outside. I love the feel of a fluffy bed and to sleep in the house.
I'm learning to eat out of bowl, I'm potty trained, I don't mind sleeping in a crate at night, & I get along with my 3 German shepherd foster siblings. I like the two shihtzus but I don't know hot to play with them and they are a little scared of me. I don't hurt them, I just want to run and play with them. I have a lot to learn & I'm doing so good. Both my foster parents give me lots of love and attention. They work with me and my manners. I promise I'll learn what you need me to learn and will always be there to love you unconditionally.
Hope to meet you soon.....love,
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