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Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt
Needs a lot of physical exercise, Needs mental stimulation
Not potty trained
Needs to be spayed/neutered, None
Experienced adopter, Should be the only animal in the house
Spayed / Neutered:
Ready to Travel:
Kibir is a large German Shepherd who arrived at the shelter in January.
He is part of this group of dogs present at the shelter, who come from the police station because they have been used for criminal purposes by ill-intentioned people.
Kibir then came from a difficult and violent background, although we don't have more details about his past. Today, we can observe a certain reactivity in him towards some dogs and some humans. In this case, before the adoption, it is necessary to be aware of the work to be done with him and that the path can be long and difficult.
However, the context is important in this. The recent changes in Kibir's life (removed from his environment, passing through the police station and arriving at the shelter) are a major stressor, and it can also cause some current bad behaviors in him that could be erased after adoption.
Beyond that, Kibir is a very friendly dog with whom it is easy to build a relationship of trust. In several situations, he was able to show great intelligence (problem solving) as well as listening (he knows basic orders).
It is a dog that needs a lot of outdoor activities.
His great passion? Hunt the rats! He can spend hours looking for them.
Kibir showed a strong reactivity towards cats, so it's better to be in a home without other animals.
If adopting is a too big step for you and you are not sure, you can think about fostering, it can be a good alternative to a trial.