Mama is a German Shepherd
Daddy is a Labradoodle


  • Breed: German Shephard / Labradoodle
  • D.O.B.: 5/1/22
  • Current Weight: 18.1 lbs
  • Sex: Female
  • Estimated Adult Size: Large
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with Dogs/Cats
  • Please always do breed research.
  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS –  fully fenced, secure, private yard with room to run. She may, or may not require professional grooming as he grows up.


Beautiful Penny is a striking GSD/Labradoodle mix pup who wants to tell you, “Don’t be confused by name: I’m worth my weight in gold! I am sweet as can be, but can hold my own when playing with the big dogs at my foster family’s house. I love all da toyz and tug-of-war is my favorite! I’m happy chewing on my favorite nylabone, playing chase, or snuggling in your lap. I was a bit shy as a little one but I’ve worked really hard on feeling more comfortable with new people and places. I have worked on getting socialized with kids, new people, places and lots of activities going on around my foster home. My foster mom says I’ve made lots of progress with feeling comfortable in different situations and I’m pretty proud of myself! I love to play with other dogs and I have a fun silly streak. I love to play in my water bowl too!I will do best with someone who can give me lots of attention and training—I’m very smart and already have lots of energy. I can’t wait to meet you!”

You can definitely tell this girl has Labrador in her DNA – She LOVES pool time! This sweet darling will chase the ball for HOURS! She’s working on getting less distracted, but the world is just SO exciting for this sweet baby! Penny is S.M.A.R.T. She sits on command, and is learning to “wait”, “shake” and “stay!” Penny loves treats and tries really hard to earn them. Watch your fingers though because just like any young puppy, she is really food motivated, but hasn’t yet perfected the “gentle” take. LOL! Her foster mom’s favorite thing about Penny, is how much she loves to cuddle. Penny’s new family should anticipate that she always wants to know where her hoomans are. You will be her rock in a crowded room. Penny will benefit from calm, controlled introductions to new people and surroundings with lots of positive reinforcement that she is safe. She does great with other dogs and cats, too, when properly introduced. Did we mention that the curly Q’s on her back and tail are starting to come in, and they are absolutely irresistably pet worthy! 

KNOWN HISTORY – The “Top Gun” litter was born in OK. Sadly, their mom was not okay with having babies, and began killing them when they were a day or two old. The surviving puppies were immediately turned over to rescue, where they were all bottle raised in a loving, caring foster home. 

Won’t you please consider adding this precious, sweet, loving, super happy little girl to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please SHARE our adoptable kiddos to your social media? You never know when your share will be the share that brings them home. 💖

Penny’s adoption fee is $450 and includes spay, microchip with free lifetime registration, she is fully vaccinated, has all dewormers, and she will come home with a hobo bag of things to help them her started in her new furever home. You can apply to welcome this beautiful young lady into your family by completing an adoption application below. Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog (now and in the future) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying.

🚩APPLICATIONS NOT COMPLETED PROPERLY AND ENTIRELY WILL NOT BE PROCESSED🚩 Please read each question carefully and answer thoroughly! 

Please visit our FAQ section to answer your most common questions, including:

  • Preview our adoption contract
  • Read about home visits
  • Read about what all goes into the dogs that we save
  • Learn why we require a fully fenced yard
  • Learn how to keep your new dog SAFE after adoption