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Wolf- 8 Year German Shepherd

It has been a tough few months for Wolf.  His mom lost her home and while homeless was trying her best to care for Wolf.  When it was no longer manageable, Wolf’s mom brought her into Gloucester County Shelter.  The county reached out to Sedona for help with Wolf.

Wolf is a large boy, over 100 pounds, but don’t let the size intimidate you.  He wants to stretch out his legs for a nice walk and make new friends.  Wolf appears to enjoy the company of other animals as well.  He currently has Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI), a condition that effects the pancreas ability to process the nutrients in the food they eat.  It is a manageable condition, and Wolf is getting the supplements needed to help his system properly digest his food.  EPI4Dogs is a foundation set up to help owners get more information about how to best care for their dog.

Wolf is currently still with Gloucester County Shelter while we work to find an open foster slot for him.  We are actively looking for a foster home.  Would you be willing to open up your home to this handsome boy?  If so please fill out an online foster application.  We also have a foster to adopt program as well.

Interested in adopting Wolf?  Shoot us a request for more information at contact@sedonashepherd.com or fill out an online application.

Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary is a German Shepherd rescue dedicated to rescuing and finding homes for adult and senior German Shepherds in New Jersey and surrounding areas.