Forester is a beautiful young boy with a deep, fine bark. He is extremely intelligent, and a working dog. What does that mean? It means that he will need plenty of stimulation to be a happy, well rounded dog. All GSDs need exercise and enrichment. A dog like Forester will need even more. Without it, working dogs can become destructive due to boredom. Advanced obedience training or tracking would be excellent outlets for him, but it must be on a regular, ongoing basis - not just occasional activities. Forester will never be a couch potato, and would do best with a high energy, experienced GSD owner.
What will you get in return? A loving, fine dog. Forester bonds quickly, and will want to spend time with you. Forester has a bit of a finicky stomach, so keeping him on a high quality food that agrees with him would be beneficial. Forester fetches, and is doing well with sit, down, and high five. He is calm and non-reactive when having his paws played with, or removing toys from his mouth, unless he thinks you are playing tug with him. For the right owner, Forester will be an amazing dog with so much intelligence and potential to offer. He is a stunning boy, who has "winner" written all over him!