Great girl, rehoming only because I am relocating and will have to be in an apartment and will not have a fenced yard. She needs that and loves to be outside. She is a happy dog, content, is not nervous or uptight, does not chew stuff up, however, if you leave her alone in the house she may tear up your blinds as she tries to protect the whole house from intruders (she is crate trained and a nice one will come with her). She is every bit the great family GSD that one could want! She walks ok on a leash, she is about 65 pounds, and pretty easy to manage with a training collar. I walk her alot and she likes to look under cars for cats and trees for squirrels! other dogs could be a problem, she is a dominate female, however, once she knows them she is fine. Mya eats in her crate, as she likes to take her time, and will not like another dog around, but doesn't mind people - not food protective to people. I have always had dogs in my life and I will miss her so much. She has great teeth, likes her bones, doesn't mind bathing, and loves brushing, toenails - no problem. UTD on shots, rabies good till 2019. I have all her adoption papers. I rescued her from a county shelter. Her story broke my heart. She has forgiven the past and is a remarkable dog. She would def benefit from training, so if you want a good starter dog for training, this is your girl. She does not cower down, she is willing and great natured. She is a sweetheart, at least with me. She will run like the wind if she gets off the leash tho, so be careful! or you could wait for a long time for her to come back! and if you chase her she thinks you will hit her,, she has never gotten over the past on that. I only reward and play it up with her, but she still thinks she is in trouble. I have loved her since I got her, she is a great example of a GSD female. Please consider her for your family. Rehoming fee is only to see that she gets a good home, and that is what I adopted her for from the shelter ($250).