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|Rescue Me ID: 16-12-13-00199Tiffy (female)|
My wife and I have had Tiffy for 5 years and she has been an excellent dog for us. She is fully potty trained and loves adults. She is high energy on walks and when playing in the yard but is very calm indoors and loves being around us, laying on the couch, being petted etc. She does not jump on people or lick excessively. She does bark on occasion when she sees another dog or cars going by, etc. She has never been aggressive toward an adult. She has never bitten a child, adult, or another dog. She has growled at other dogs and young children. This is why we are looking to rehome her as we have a 10 month old baby boy at home and as he has gotten more mobile, Tiffy has become increasingly uncomfortable around him and we fear that this may be an issue as our son and Tiffy both get older. She has NEVER shown this behavior toward an adult. She is very happy to see adult visitors in our home and does well when babysat or sent to stay with adult relatives, etc. She is about 50lbs, all black (which we are told is rare for a pure bred german wire-haired). She does shed though not as heavily as other large breeds such as labs, shepherds, etc. She does show some anxiety when left in an unfamiliar place (pacing, whining, etc) but she does better as she gets used to her new surroundings, people, etc. She will be 10 years old in March (born 2007) and we received her in 2012 as a rescue from a previous owner. We have medical records for the last 5 years, she is up on all vaccines and procedures. She is a GREAT dog for adult owners and she will be missed greatly by her current family. (Less)
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a German Wirehaired Pointer in Minnesota|
German Wirehaired Pointer Dogs can make good pets in Minnesota if they match your IifestyIe. The German Wirehaired Pointer is a medium to large gun dog with a dense coat. Wirehaired Pointers have boundless energy and are best taken on as working dogs in the country. Wirehaired Pointers are smart and loving companions for active families. This breed is good with mature children. Wirehaired Pointers typically get along with other pets, but some may have dominance issues. Wirehaired Pointers are great watchdogs.
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