Wisconsin German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue Inc.

WGSPR is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to rescuing German Shorthaired Pointers (GSPs)
License #403447

Max - Available for Adoption

Name:  Max

Breed:  German Shorthaired Pointer

Age: 6 yrs old

Sex:  Male

Altered:  Neutered

Vaccinations:  Up to date

Heartworm:  Negative

Microchip: 24 Pet Watch

Cats: Not tested 

 

3/31/18
Greetings from Camp Wilderness, my foster mom says I need to write about my time with them. I am learning all sorts of new things like sitting to get my yard collar on to go outside, and again when we come in from outside. I haven't quite figured out why we stay out of the kitchen when my foster parents cook, but I know which dish is mine for kibbles. I like that there are plenty of water dishes, because I am always thirsty from all the playing that Flash my foster brother and I get into between the ball and all the ropes they have for to us play with all the time.

When we go for walks I feel more comfortable in the harness, because I still get real stressed and pull more than I should. Or foster mom puts the training collar on me, I really, really don't like it, but she only ever uses the beep. I am really good when we go on walks, I like to stay close to my foster mom. When I am running outside, I am really agile and inquisitive.

My foster mom keeps telling me that I should be an agility star. Especially when I like playing keep away with my foster brother Flash, and my foster mom keep asking me to "hand it" but I am not sure what she wants me to do. This new thing with toys is kinda cool, and chew bones awesome. I still trying to use good manners my foster parents say I need to use by sharing them with my foster brothers. I am not used to sharing and I am still not sure I want to I really like all the attention because I don't remember getting this much before.

Also, I get a pillow bed and a couch to sleep on which is new for me. I still sleep on the floor a lot trying to figure out what is going on in this household I am not used to all of this. I shy away from my foster parents as I am not quite sure what they want from me, but they are quite patient and give me so much affection and play time. I am sure I will catch on to what they are showing me.

If you are interested in adopting Max, please complete our adoption application at http://www.wgspr.com/adoption.htm