• AARCS ID# A34589473
  • Female
  • Breed: German Shepherd/Mixed
  • Dog
  • Est. DOB: 2/6/2016
  • Size: Large

  • Story

    Photos courtesy of Alexei Chernenkoff

    Hello! I’m Asta. I’m a young, medium sized girl with a big personality!

    Here are a few things you should know about me…
    First of all, I looove my people! I like to be near them all the time and I really want to make them happy, so I am pretty good at mastering new tricks, and my manners are getting better every day! I also really like treats and food, so those help! I am learning to walk on a leash, and have gotten the hang of it fairly quickly. My humans have to remind me not to pull, but like I said, I’m pretty smart, so I’m figuring it out. I like strangers – in fact, I love them! I might need to be reminded that not every person who I meet is as excited to meet me as I am them (I can overstep my boundaries sometimes and try to jump up). I really like to be the center of attention, but would consider sharing my space with another dog that is nice and relaxed. It is scary to meet other dogs when I am out on walks, and I can be selective of the friends that I make, but might be okay with the right canine housemate. I am told that I should not be in a home with cats – they would just be too exciting to chase! I have not met too many little humans, but I think I might like them as long as I can remember not to get too excited and topple them over. I am completely house trained and have never had an accident in the house. I am learning to love my crate, and am happy to relax in there at night time and while you are at work – I usually complain minimally.
    Well, that’s about it! As you can see, I am a pretty great girl! I am ready to find my forever home, and I know I can wiggle my way into your heart if you let me!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Selective with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
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      Does this Animal have Special Needs?