Pasha is a charming and loving female GSD. She’s at that perfect age – old enough to be calm, but young enough to play with her foster and the 3 resident dogs. Pasha is respectful of the older dog but plays quite well with the younger two, anything from chase to the typical GSD game of chewing on each other’s necks. She has a high interest in squirrels so we assume that she might be overly interested in a fast moving cat.
This sweetie is very affectionate, and loves scratches and rubs. She’s crate trained and house trained. She’s pretty much a perfect companion with her beauty and loving demeanor. She must be an inside dog and not left alone outside when her adopter leaves. Pasha is terrified of storms and loud noises, maybe due to her prior life. Her foster keeps her safely crated when she’s gone and if there’s a storm while the foster is home, Pasha stays very close.
Another unique quality is that she doesn’t seem to like having her photo taken. We don’t think she’s with the witness protection program, so maybe, like many of us, she just doesn’t like how she looks in a photo! Her foster has gotten countless (and useless) photos of her playing with the other dogs, where only a part of her head is visible, tail shots, blurring movement shots. So we’re using this one shot that really doesn’t do her justice.
Otherwise Pasha is fun loving, happy, silly and a wonderful pet. This girl is definitely a treasure for the family who chooses her.