His name is Bazq (pronounced Bah-zk), he is an 8-10 month old GSD/Husky. He was picked up as a stray in eastern Kentucky and was scheduled for euth. On the friday of his second week in the shelter along with a dozen or more other cats and dogs. Luckily the rescue talked the shelter staff into holding off until after the long weekend.
My BO's trainer also pulled two other dogs. Wilson is a sheltie mix, though he had been labeled as a GSD mix. From his pictures, we thought we were getting in a 60lb dog. Imagine our surprise when we are picking up from the transport and they pull this little, maybe 30lb, dog from the crate! Lol. He's a sweetie, and everyone along the transport fell in love with him.
The same lady pulled, Harley, a PB black lab. Totally cool guy. Very laid back and friendly.
All of these dogs came from one of the many high kill shelters around the country. And while I understand and appreciate all of the honest breeders out there (and some day I WILL have my PB GSD from west german lines and big name Schutzhund winner parents that will probably cost me more than my horses) the everyday owners need to step up and SPAY OR NEUTER!
And now for pictures! It was getting dark in a hurry, so the pictures aren't the best.
He did well with the horses. Was a little wary, but settled down.