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Terrified six-month-old German shepherd puppy trembles at Columbia shelter

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China is only six-months old and was an owner surrender because her humans were moving away. Now in a Midlands of Columbia, S.C. high kill animal shelter, this puppy is past due her exit date at the shelter. A volunteer writes:

"She's very submissive, obedient, calm, loving, and a total sweetie. She's good with other dogs and seems to do well on a leash. She loves to cuddle and snuggle with her favorite human."

Follow China's urgent plight for rescue on Facebook by clicking here.

Carolina German Shepherd Rescue is now in the process of trying to save all three shepherds. One of the dogs has a serious skin issue and is heartworm positive. The second shepherd is a lonely and frightened stray, and the third one is China; she just lies in her kennel too afraid to move.

Individuals are invited to adopt any of these dogs.

Interested in adopting a German shepherd from Carolina German Shepherd Rescue? Please email this organization at if interested in an application on any of their adoptable dogs. Adoption requirements include fenced yard or something comparable, inside dog to be part of the family, vet reference, and home check to name a few.

If interested in adopting China direct, please contact Saving German Shepherds on Death Row by clicking here. Refer to #A23285536.

"Please remember the "FINAL DATE" is contingent upon the animal staying healthy. If they contract ANY ILLNESS they will be euthanized! HELP GET THEM OUT SOON! PLEASE NOTE: Additional vetting is available, up to and including spay/neuter surgery, core vaccines, combo or heartworm testing, nail trimming, micro-chipping and basic deworming. For more information on how you can save this life, please email Be sure to include China's ID number."

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