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German Shepherd Dog Rescue (GSDR)


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Would you like to support a dog who hasn’t yet found his / her forever home by making a donation towards their food while they are under the care of GSDR?

Available in increments of £1, you can edit the quantity in your basket until you achieve the desired donation you would like to make, and this will be collected and given to the charity to make an order for dog food.

Thank you in advance for your kindness.

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GSDR is an organisation dedicated to the rescue, short term fostering and long-term re-homing of German Shepherd Dogs. Unwanted GSD’s are found new homes through our placement scheme which carefully matches up rescued shepherds with their potential new owners. Owners, new and old, are provided with any support and guidance that they may need.

The rescue is run by a dedicated group of volunteers with a love of German Shepherds, giving their time and devotion to the welfare of this wonderful breed. We do not have our own rescue centre with kennels (yet), so any urgent dogs that come into our care are either fostered or have to be put into commercial boarding kennels until a new home is found. The rescues single biggest expense is commercial kennel fees which are necessary to keep our dogs safe until new homes can be found. We cover the whole of the England and Wales and kennel in various locations including Yorkshire, Essex, Cornwall, Shropshire, Cheshire, Norfolk and Newport.

Dogs come to us for various reasons, not only are there the kind of cruelty cases we all hear about in the media, but there are also less obvious causes such as relationship breakdowns, changing work commitments, having to move to accommodation unsuitable for dogs, the owner passing away or family members developing an allergy to dogs.

Sadly we often find dogs that are no longer wanted simply because they are old and infirm. It is a pity that so few of the many people who want puppies never consider such “golden oldies”, but whatever the reason that leads to a dog coming to us, we try to establish a successful outcome for both the dog and its new owners. All dogs are assessed by an experienced volunteer before placing with a new owner.

German Shepherd Dog Rescue. has become increasingly more successful, re-homing around 500+ dogs per year with very limited resources. Our goal is to have our own kennels where we can house urgent, sick and difficult dogs until new homes are found for them.

Weight1 kg