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About Sheba

German Shepherd
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

This is SHEBA Dogs name & location: Sheba, Superior/AZ Breed: Sheppard Age: DOB 5/21/2015 - 3 y 11 m Current weight: 40.2 lbs Fosters name & location: Mark & Debra Bigler, Superior, AZ Contact Information:602-390-7857, 719-373-2693 Email: [email protected] Dogs Current Status: With Foster Time frame needed to find a home: ASAP When safe, loving home is found. Where and how long did we get this precious dog: Apple Valley, Ca / 1 yr 7 months Medical information :Spayed no: Micro chipped yes: Surgery Procedure: Left Lateral Tracheotomy and Mega esophagus (voice box is with a soft bark) Highly sensitive to cold, which she gets ammonia real easy being in cold temps: needs to be on antibiotics and a nebulizer : when agitated or stressed chews her bedding in her crate. Sheba was presented to California Veterinary Specialists Dr. C. K. Chai Samaritan Animal Hospital / 20258 Hwy 18, Suite #450 760-240-6000 Where and how I was diagnosed Sheba was presented to California Veterinary Specialists Dr. C. K. Chai Samaritan Animal Hospital / 20258 Hwy 18, Suite #450 760-240-6000 X-rays or barium swallow: Radiographs, see May 22 2017 medical reports which we have. Food brands and consistency fed : Science Diet Sensitive stomach & skin, Moist kibbles, soaked for at least 8 hrs or over night Fed how many times a day: 2 x day Feed how many times per day:3: Eats in her Bailey chair, and she stays in it 15 to 30 min, after eating. Meds currently taken: Pro sense multi vitamin, Omeprazole 30 min before feeding Digestion Solution, Dr Lyon Calming aid. Hydration method and consistency (Knox Blox, Thick It, Sub Q, etc): Water in raised bowel Items that will go to new owner : Chair, health records, Bed and her blanket. Miscellaneous Exercise preferred : moderate, she gets over excertive and starts coughing. Unknown behavior with children and cats. Good with dogs her size. Leash trained. Housebroken. Crate trained. Put Sheba in crate at bed time and when you leave her at home put in her crate due to chewing on blankets. Anxiety kicks in. very lovable girl who feels she is alone just wants some one to love her. Additional notes Sleeps in crate at night or when left alone, has a hard time playing, acts like she does not know how, but will tagenize when trying to playing. She as a tendency to eats poop.

Pinal County
Superior, Arizona


  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Very High Energy


  • Needs to be Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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