Coastal German Shepherd Rescue

Private Party Dogs

This courtesy page is a service to help individuals in Southern California trying to place dogs into loving homes. Below are dogs looking for homes through private parties in the area. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California and are not under our care. We bear no responsibility for any adoptions or contacts made from this page's usage. To obtain more information about any of these dog below, please use the contact information provided with each dog's description.
All dogs must be spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.

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Mallory was born September 11, 2020. I found her at four months living in a yard where she had very little human contact no other contact with dogs besides her parents and siblings. She showed signs of aggression towards humans and dogs. I brought her home and her brother, with every intention to rehome her. I all ready have two other dogs. Because of their aggression, I sent them to an advanced behavior training Bootcamp for three weeks. They also did a follow up week while I was on vacation. Since then, Mallory has been great with her interaction with new humans and dogs. She was always sweet with our family but strangers were hard before. She is extremely affectionate and loving. She is very high energy. She can walk and run on leash. She loves to play ball. She is very good with commands because of her training. She is also fond of laser pointer fun. She plays well with our other dogs, even our smaller one. I would not recommend her to a home with small children, unless the owner is strict and patient with time. Mallory wants lots of attention and should remain crated while you are not home.