Demo is approx 6 years old. When this handsome guy was surrendered, he was heart worm positive, overweight, and needed some TLC. Now, he has a clean bill of health and has really bloomed under his fosters' gentle care!
A pup at heart, we don’t believe Demo was a typical inside dog for his first few years, but now he is vetted, housebroken, crate trained (although a crate is not his preferred accommodation), obeys basic commands, and walks well on leash. He is extremely affectionate, a dog who just wants to give love, play, and hang with his people. Most mornings, he waits ready to play with a toy in his mouth, for his foster to wake up. Demo does not show any signs of aggression, and with his foster pack, he is generally submissive. He's great with people too, including older children; because he was not raised with children, however, he could inadvertently knock a small child down. He has not shown any interest in squirrels, rabbits, etc, but he will chase cats.
Demo is an extremely loving and playful boy who would thrive in an active family, preferably a home with other dogs. He absolutely enjoys being outside to play fetch or just running about. He likes to swim too! Get your application in now for this sweet guy!
Legend: Available Now!
Meet Legend! This sweet girl is bright and full of energy. We believe she is around 1-2 years old. She’s great with children, dogs, and cats. She does well on a leash and listens when you talk to her, but like any young pup, she needs consistent training. She loves food and responds well to treats.
Legend will fit in well in an active household with a good pack leader. Like all GSDs, she is incredibly intelligent, so she will do best in a home that will give her a job to do, whether the job be herding livestock or shepherding you (see what we did there?) on your daily walk to keep her engaged. Activities like running with her human or agility work would also be perfect!
Legend is afraid of stairs and will not go up a large flight of stairs, so a house on one level is preferred. She is crate-trained but must be alone, without any other animals or people around while in the crate because she doesn’t understand being left out of the pack. She can be nippy but doesn’t bite, and responds well to correction; again, a problem consistent training will correct.
This young lady is SO SWEET and ready to give snuggles and face licks to her new family. Complete our on-line application and come meet this sweet love.
Sampson: Available Now!
Sampson, aka Red, is an easy going, cuddly puppy! A beautiful but fairly rare red color, he is about a year old, and just wants to be with you,cuddling all day long. One of the dogs rescued from the GSD hoarding case that made the news several weeks ago, he was underweight and sick, but is now strong and sweet.
A giant cuddler, Red is ready to please his people. He’s equally happy to watch movies with you all weekend or go on a big hike in the woods. He loves to go wherever you go - to the park, on walks (he’s great on a leash), or to the pet store for his favorite toy. Although he loves his toys he isn’t yet quite sure what to do with them. He’ll hold a teddy bear and a ball but isn’t playing tug of war or fetch quite yet. However, he isn’t burying them in the yard or in the sofa as he was when he first got to his foster mom’s house. so that’s a big improvement!
While Red is good with other dogs, he is on the shy side and wants to get to know other dogs before he’s willing to be playful. He has a pug foster-sister with whom he gets along well and plays with, and he enjoys going to the dog park, but he really comes out of his shell when he’s surrounded by other dogs his size. He is much more willing to run and bark and play with other big breeds. We are not sure how he feels about cats, so a home without cats is probably best.
Red is housebroken and fully vetted. Not a fan of the crate, he does well when his foster leaves him alone, as long as he’s able to snooze in her bedroom. He will go into the crate but gets anxious when it’s locked and he’s left alone, and who could blame this boy, after the life he led before he was rescued? With some training he has become better in a crate and with additional training he will eventually be fine. But, he’s well behaved in the house alone, waiting for his foster mom’s return.
Red would do best with a family that included another big, confident dog - perhaps another GSD - to bring out his most playful side. Someone who works from home is also on our wish list for this guy. Red is a very easy going, loving, giant lap dog who will give a lifetime of love and face licks to whomever adopts this handsome boy!
Borris: Available Now!
Say hello to Borris! This handsome fellow is four-years old, neutered and fully vetted. You know the saying, "Handsome is as handsome does?" Well, Borris is handsome inside and out! A real sweetheart and a super cuddler, he loves his toys and anything he can chew on for a while. He also enjoys walks and playing fetch, but is equally comfortable relaxing at home. While he is housebroken, he has a habit of marking in new territories. We expect this behavior to lessen (or even disappear) as the time since his neuter lengthens. He has been trained to know basic commands: sit, stay, drop it, and no.
A friendly guy, Boris does really well with adults and children, and he is comfortable with strangers. He might prefer being an only dog, but plays well with others once he gets to know and becomes comfortable with the dog. However, he has a high prey drive and does not like cats or small dogs.
Good looking dogs tend to get snapped up very quickly, so get your application is now for this movie star!
Please note that only dogs that are ready for adoption are posted on our website, while the dogs that are undergoing vet care or training are not yet listed. If you are interested in adopting a GSD from our rescue, please complete an adoption application form, and you will be notified about dogs that are ready for adoption as they become available.