Hazel is an exotic looking girl, with her distinct sable markings. She was raised with dogs, cats and children before coming to rescue. She loves to play with her two male GSD housemates as is politely curious with the other dogs at the house. As is normal for her age, she's active and loves to chase and be silly. She is house and crate trained but she will complain about being crated. Hazel is a talker, not necessarily barking but she has an extensive vocal range to voice her happiness, boredom, displeasure and any other emotion she feels. When Hazel first came to her foster home she was terrified, she didn't trust the human. She quickly relaxed around the dogs and in less than 48 hours she was asking for affection and not running away from her foster. It will take someone with patience to realize that Hazel needs a little time to adjust and to trust. After all, in her mind, she was left by those she trusted. If given the chance, she blossoms into a very funny and happy girl. She loves to be petted and talked to and enjoys hanging with her human and canine pack. She would do best in a home with other dogs who will help her relax and settle in faster. Hazel has so much potential and is such a sweet and fun girl, she deserves a loving and active family for her own.