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German Shepherd Dog
Belgian Shepherd Tervuren, Mix

An adotable dog in Cheshire, CT

  • Adult
  • Medium
  • Female

Breed: German Shepherd/Belgian Shepherd Tervuren

Age: 2 years

Weight: 51 pounds

Good with dogs: Yes

Good with cats: Yes

Good with kids: Yes (best guess-not officially tested)

Energy Level: Medium

Sheeba is a gorgeous dog who prances like a Budweiser horse. She was found with her brother who is a Shorthaired German Shepherd. Sheeba is timid at first meeting but warms up quickly. Her fur is like a lions mane and very soft to pet. She is clearly very photogenic. Sheeba loves to run in the yard and keep watch of those around her. She is very curious. Like most german shepherds, she is very loyal and enjoys when people pay attention to her at the gate. She does love her humans and will make someone a wonderful pet.

If you would like to adopt Sheeba, please contact Terri Lee at [email protected]

Unless otherwise indicated, all Double Dog Rescue dogs have received the following before being available for adoption:

Thorough veterinary examination

All routine annual vaccinations, including Rabies, DHLPP, Bordatella (kkennel cough), Heartworm Test, Fecal Test, Deworming


All dogs are quarantined for two weeks outside of the shelter (puppies four weeks) to ensure they don't break with disease.

If any dog shows any signs of disease or ailment, DDR vets the dog until he or she has a clean bill of health to the best of our knowledge. This includes anything from being treated for Heartworm, Broken Leg, Cherry Eye, Torn ACL, Upper Respiratory etc.)

NOTE: Dogs who were treated for Heartworm can test positive up to 4-6 months after last treatment. All dogs are immediately put on Heartguard/Ivermectin following the treatment to kill the Heartworm larvae. All dogs should be re-tested after 4 months from the last Heartworm treatment.

Contact Info


Double Dog Rescue

Unionville, CT


Email: [email protected]

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