Sierra Bear is a very sweet 5-year-old 55 lb purebred GSP. She does well with other dogs and would also be ok in a home as an only dog. Sierra is very lovable, loves lots of attention, and loves to be with her owners. She would do well in a home with older children (15 years and up). She is crate-trained and house-trained. Sierra walks nicely on leash with a gentle leader and knows basic obedience cues such as sit, lay down, and rollover.
In the last year, Sierra started having seizures, which tend to occur when she is overly stimulated by play. A brain MRI was done which confirmed that she does not have a brain tumor. The neurologist diagnosed her with unexplained epilepsy. She is currently on phenobarbital two times a day which has controlled the seizures but if she gets overstimulated she can still have an episode. Sierra is current on all of her vaccines and wellness care and is on heartworm medication. It is suggested she not be on flea and tick medication because of the seizures.
Sierra Bear is located in Sebastopol, CA. Her rehoming fee is $275 which will be donated to NorCal GSP Rescue. For more information please get in touch with Krista at email@example.com.
|Current Weight||55 lbs|
|Good with other dogs?||Yes|
|Good with cats?||Unknown|
|Good with kids?||Yes (Teenage and up)|
|Status||Available to adopt|
|Other Notes||Microchip: Yes, Heartworm meds: Yes, Current on vaccines: Yes|
You do not need to fill out our adoption questionnaire since this dog is not in our foster program and you will be working directly with the owner.
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