FITZ & ZELDARescue Me ID: 21-09-28-00008


German Shepherd mix
Age: Young Puppy

Available for adoption October 11th *** BONDED PAIR ! BREED EXPERIENCE OWNERS ONLY, PLEASE !! *** 'FITZ' and 'ZELDA' are a 4 going on 5 month old German Shepherd duo we rescued from a very small, high kill dog pound the day before they were set to be euthanized due to space. They had been found by the pound, abandoned, in a field the week prior to our rescue. As such, they can be shy and timid initially. Fitz warms up quicker than Zelda, and is really her 'anchor', helping her gain confidence and trust. They are incredibly sweet and the best of friends, loving playing and snuggling together, so it's our desire they be adopted together so they can continue to blossom and flourish. Neither 'Fitz' or 'Zelda' are altered yet due to their young age (research shows spaying/neutering at too young of an age has a direct relationship to mid-age and older chronic conditions, such as hip dysplasia, ACL tears and chronic health issues like Cushings disease. We would recommend months more prior to neutering so they can be in the most robust in health for the surgery.) Fitz and Zelda are current on their vaccinations, de-wormed, on monthly heart-worm preventative, crate-trained and getting better with house-training. This rescue does not do it's own 'shots' ... all medical care is done by a licensed, certified Veterinarian or done under their direct supervision (ex., monthly heartworm treatments &/or deworming). All of our rescued dogs have been on a nutritional regime which includes high quality food and supplements (ex., probiotics; vitamins, etc). This is done to bolster their immune systems and overall health; the result benefits their adoptive family with a pooch who has a lustrous coat, bright shiny eyes, and happy and healthy disposition. For an adoption application, please click the email tab on the posting or email directly to [email protected]


Luvable Furry Friends Rescue
Portage County
Rootstown, Ohio


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  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Very Submissive


  • Intact (Needs to be Fixed)
  • Vaccinations Current

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