Hey guys, so a friend of mine in Montreal posted a desperate plea last night to help find his neighbor's GSD a new home. This is what he posted:
"Please help us!
This beautiful pure bread German Shepard is going to be put down Sat unless we can find a home for him. He's my neighbours and he wants to put him down cause he's not in a position to find him a good home, and he wants to travel. He's 8years old and I know him quite well. He never ever leaves his property, is well trained knowing over 20 commands having done rigorous training geared towards German sheppards. He's very loyal and his goal is to please. He's very friendly, not skid dish or weird and has no strange agressive traits. He loves to play and is also very calm. He's on the larger side of the breed. Has all his papers and is registered. I wouldn't put this up if he wasn't a family dog. We would take him but we just don't have the room or the money with two other dogs. Please, please please help us. He is such a nice dog and can not believe that someone can kill such a wonderful being. If you need any info email me at email@example.com. Please re-post this. Please do not post any sympathy replies or false commitments. We do not have time. Thanks everyone for your help."
If you know anyone near by who can help, please send them to me or my friend Adam. They will likely have to get to Montreal to get the dog unless some sort of transport can be set up. Thanks, and feel free to share.
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