HENRYRescue Me ID: 19-07-26-00454


Adoption Fee: $150
German Shepherd
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

YOU CAN ALSO SEE HENRY ON INSTAGRAM: northcentraldogwalker We rescued HENRY out of South LA Shelter where he was scheduled for euthanasia due to a common cold and having back issues as well as arthritis. Today Henry was been living with 3 other rescued GSD and is loving life. He is a well behaved and loving boy looking for a home to relax as he heads into his golden years! Please consider this sweet boy, he would do well with an adopter familiar with having and enjoying an older dog companion! from HENRY's Foster: Henry is a 75 lbs, approximately 6 year old, long haired German Shepherd. He is great with people of all kinds and has a kind, playful attitude. In spite of his arthritis, Henry is always trying to play tug and will constantly bring you his toys to play with. However, his arthritis does stop him from trying to play with other dogs since he is unable to run with any level of stability. On average he eats 3 1/2 cups of dog food a day, but different brands might call for a bit more, or less. He is crate trained, house broken and able to sit, come, stay and down. He is also well mannered on leash, but with his condition, walks are probably more than he can handle. All of these behaviors will need to be reinforced in his forever home in order to maintain his training in a new environment. *Home check, application, fee and photo updates required. Good faith promise that if you cannot keep the dog for any reasons the dog comes back to us no exceptions in order to avoid the dog from bouncing from one home to the next or ending up in a kill shelter.


Los Angeles County
Los Angeles, California

Contact Person:
Mike Pozo



  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Low Energy
  • Very Submissive


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current
  • Arthritis

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