For information about Pax, or how to adopt Pax, please contact Little Heart K9. email: email@example.com or call/text 520-471-0823.
Pax is an 8 year old, neutered, male German Shepherd dog. He is friendly, social, smart and would do well with or without dogs. No cats, no chickens, no young children. He loves people and people watching, he would do well with a retiree or someone who works from home, he loves to watch people putter. He’s social without being clingy. Prior to rescue, Pax spent most of his life in the back yard. This sweet boy needs a soft place to spend the rest of his life in comfort, loved by good people.
Pax at the veterinary office, he weighs 79 pounds.
Pax with Liam.
Pax is very sweet. His ear tips are scarred from Fly Strike Dermatitis.
Pax relaxing at the house on day one. Pax is learning how to be an indoor dog after spending most of his life outside. He’s a quick learner and loves people. He is good with most dogs. I believe he would be content with or without dogs. He loves people and being near them without being too clingy. He rides well in the car, but walking on a leash seems foreign to him.
Pax at the veterinarian office. His vaccinations were updated, blood test and fecal test were done. He has a microchip, from which we were able to glean information about where he came from, his birth date and his real name.
Pax in the evening sunshine.
Pax is a handsome boy.
Pax is a snuggle bunny, looking for his snuggle person.
Pax says: “ew, puppies” 🙂
Pax with Cash. These are both dominant males, so safety first (ie: collars and long line).
Up early, helping me water plants.
Coffee with Pax.
Pax loves the water hose, so he’s helping fill the kiddie pool for the younger pups.
Max was ADOPTED! Congratulations to Danielle and Max!!!