German Shepherd Rescue and Rehoming

German Shepherd Rescue Elite (GSRE) has been formed with the aim of rescuing, re-homing German Shepherd Dogs and educating people on the breed. GSRE is backed up by a team of unpaid volunteers who strive to aid and promote responsible ownership of the breed.

GSRE’s aim is to be the prevention and not always the cure, through offering education on the lovely breed and how to look after these amazingly intelligent and energetic dogs. We not only look to re-home dogs but keep them in their original homes by offering training and behaviour advice.

Through our volunteers and website we want to inform people on all aspects of dog ownership before you decide to take the plunge especially as German Shepherd Dogs are a large working breed and are not suitable for everyone.

GSRE is a registered charity that works alongside many other reputable rescues which means that through team work and pulling together we can help even more dogs in need. To assist in this we are now a Full Member of the Association of Dogs and Cats Homes (ADCH) who promote best practice in animal welfare, and a member of the EU Dog and Cat Alliance who call for EU action to build a better Europe for dogs and cats.

We are a proactive charity with a common goal; the welfare of animals.


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Please Help a German Shepherd

Adopt a GSD

Please be sure to read our guide to adoption and adopting a GSRE dog before considering adopting a German Shepherd.

Foster a GSD

We’re always looking for foster homes, even if you can only spare time at a weekend to walk or look after our kennel dogs.

Volunteer for GSRE

Volunteers are what makes our rescue, if you care about the breed and want to make a difference we’d love to hear from you.

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Any money donated goes directly to the dogs we help, so please give whatever amount you can.


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So I thought I’d try and do a little studying in bed... the dogs thought otherwise! 🐾 💭
One took over the book whilst the other took the notepad and pencil case!!!! Then laid on them to be certain I couldn’t work!!!
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So I thought I’d try and do a little studying in bed... the dogs thought otherwise! 🐾 💭 
One took over the book whilst the other took the notepad and pencil case!!!! Then laid on them to be certain I couldn’t work!!! 
MY RESCUE DOGS MAKE MY HEART SMILE 😊

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Cath FosterIf I've got my phone out, Jasper decides he wants fussing with the hand holding the phone! X

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Kate has now been running for 30 hours in the 268 mile Montane Spine Race, last check point was at 02.27 am in Hebden she still has a very long way to go and she is doing all this for the GSRE kennel dogs so if you can please sponsor her <3
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Kate has now been running for 30 hours in the 268 mile Montane Spine Race, last check point was at 02.27 am in Hebden she still has a very long way to go and she is doing all this for the GSRE kennel dogs so if you can please sponsor her

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Lisa PattenKate is 122 🏃‍♀️

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Jan KeatsKate if you read this at your next stop 👏👏👏👏👏👏 especially with the weather you have had to deal with ❄️💨💦x

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Michelle WebbGood girl, keep going x

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Nigel WingateMade a donation. Come on everyone, reach into your pocket for a fiver or even a couple of quid. What she is doing is beyond words.

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Lisa PattenRain....snow....sleet....freezing wind, keep going Kate 👊👊

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Rachel HoylandIt's freezing out there tonight!! Total admiration!!

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Lisa PattenKate is in the group about to hit the Yorkshire Dales, it's currently raining with snow showers on the way and only 3°

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Jan KeatsKate now on 82 miles with 10/20 cm snow whilst she is running through the night . Barking mad this very special friend 😃

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Joanne RaybouldAmazing the stamina and strength some people have. What an achievement already! X

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Nigel WingateI just realized there were only 13 ladies in the entire starting field and now there are just ten. Kate is one of them. Currently she is just NE of Settle, flogging across the Dales. Soldiers would blanch at the thought of what she is doing.

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Linda HarperWell done Kate. You are amazing.

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"Today I met some new German Shepherd friend's and I played in muddy puddles. I even had a run around off my lead" - Freya 🐾😍 ... See MoreSee Less

Today I met some new German Shepherd friends and I played in muddy puddles. I even had a run around off my lead - Freya 🐾😍

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Natalie StevensonAww Freya good to see you behaving see you soon x

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Rachel HoylandFabulous!!!!! X

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Helen HamptonWell done Freya clever girl

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Caroline MitchellWell done gorgeous.x

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Allison ClarkeFantastic!!!!!! X

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Scarlett facing the rain with her new Christmas present her raincoat my parents got her. Keeps her dry.

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Lyn TurnerLovely coat, do you know where they brought it? Need to get one for my Rex x

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Caroline MitchellAww. Bless him. Looks beautiful in her new coat. X

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Lesley WrapsonI say scarlet, you look very beautiful in your raincoat 🐾❤️

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Sarah WilsonVery smart, Scarlett x

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Sylwia WalshCool. I had same harness for Honey. I never could get a coat with the zip so I could hook the lead on. I never thought about get any coat and putting the harness on top of it.

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Lorraine MorsonVery bright, lovely.

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Kayla PercivalDo you use 2 separate leads... or one big one? I'm getting the halti harness for my girl as recently if I'm on my own with her she lunges at other dogs when on the lead, and will only walk to heal when off the lead. Iv been looking at the halti harness as she won't tolerate the head collar. Halti recommend one long lead with the double ends... but interested in others opinions x

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Lily AppletonAh so sweet!

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Saskia Natasha CrickettWhy is there two leads? Sorry for asking I’m new to this as I’m getting my gsd very soon x

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Lisa DrzystekI have one attached to the harness and the other one to a lead. Because she jumped out of her lead to chase after a dog. And I wasn't taking any chances her running into the road this was in the park she barked lunged then jumped and the collar, just slipped of her head I have more control this way.

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Lisa DrzystekDogmatic I mean x

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Lisa DrzystekI mean luckily it slipped in the park if it slipped of near the road god knows what could have happened after that I needed something more stronger.

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Louise ThrowerHi I have used a horse lunging rein in the past,

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NJ WilliamsWhere are you based i know a really really good recall work shop in the east midlands.

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Bernadette HallidayI’ve always used a horse lunging rein too x

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Sheila EdwardsAny training line that can hold a shep if he takes off

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Rhoda HarrisonYes definitely lunging rein

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Krissie HarveyYep, lunch rein for me too.

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Karen MorrisHorse lunge line or dog recall line, got mine off Amazon, choice of lengths too.

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Kaitlin HarmanI have a 30ft one and a 15ft one. Got one from pets at home and one from amazon. Used them both on my shepherd and they lasted fine. Only thing I would say is (people normally seem like they would never thought of it somehow, so I always share when suggesting using long lines), tie knots every few feet down the line so you don't have to hold it necessarily and you can let the leash trail behind them. If they go to bolt you can stand on the lead and it wont slip under your foot

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Joanne RaybouldDoes everyone use this with a harness rather than a collar, so doesn't yank hard on dog's neck if bolts? I've used one before but always with a dog that had some recall and didn't bolt off. Does the foot on the lead with a knot work really well? Thanks

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Mark ThomsonI use a 10metre line from Amazon, padded handle. Use with a harness but better control with collar as with a normal lead.

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Jenna Ashton-ScrowtherI have a 25ft lunge line.... I figured if it held my 300kg horse, it would hold my 50kg dog. Works great. I also have a 100ft line that I use in open spaces with no one around. ALWAYS use a long line with a harness. High speeds, long lines and dogs necks are not a good combination x

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Gina SamwaysHorse lunging rein I have one i dont use

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Les HensonI have an 8m Flexi giant XL ( Barny has broken anything smaller) You can lock at any length, but at full stretch, you will inevitably get that powerful yank on your arm :) I did try a line once, but I got a few friction burns so I gave up on it.

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Debbie ClarkThank you I’ll give one a go. Worth it for a bit of piece of mind whilst recall training.

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This is where your donations go!

Dog number 9 at the Chesterfield kennels with dog number 10 arriving later today!!

This is Chance, he's very thin and has muscle wastage. He's only 2 years old, he's been starved and ended up in the pound!
He is such a loving boy and good with dogs so far too although he isn't fully assessed yet. He's only had a short walk today as he's too poor to do anymore.
This poor boy is sadly just one of many, how can people do it, live with themselves or sleep at night?!

Your continuous support is very much needed. <3
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This is where your donations go! 

Dog number 9 at the Chesterfield kennels with dog number 10 arriving later today!!

This is Chance, hes very thin and has muscle wastage. Hes only 2 years old, hes been starved and ended up in the pound!
 He is such a loving boy and good with dogs so far too although he isnt fully assessed yet. Hes only had a short walk today as hes too poor to do anymore.
This poor boy is sadly just one of many, how can people do it, live with themselves or sleep at night?!

Your continuous support is very much needed.

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Carol DriscollPoor boy in good hands now handsome boy xx SHARED xx

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Lesley WrapsonPoor baby shared x

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Clare MiddlemissAw my - that poor baby. Luckily in the right hands now x

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Marie WoodwardShared

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Jean Jo StringerWtf is wrong with people... Thank the lord he is now safe. Hope he makes a full recovery, and finds a forever loving home, bless his heart.

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Ann EdwardsHow very sad humans do this absolutely disgusting hope he was ok and finds his forever home x

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Holly MoorePoor Baby 😢

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Lisa DrzystekShared Hampshire

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Fiona Jane WalinckSo sad poor wee man xx

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Jan GallierSo sad xx🐾🐾❤️

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Natalie BoothPoor pup 😞

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Chris WilliamsPoor poor dog. How can people do this it's so heartbreaking

22 hours ago
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Clive JohnsonHe will be a good looking dog when he has regained some weight. On first impressions he has a nature to match his looks as well.

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Vikki TolsonPoor little pooch, at least you are now in goods hands with GSRE🙂💛🐾

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Nicola Nsn PartridgeSame colour as Jim and nearly as thin😞. I hope he does indeed get a second Chance. Sounds a very loving boy. These dogs are humbling; despite the appalling treatment dished out at the hands of so-called humans, they still respond with love and kindness. I'd rather have this kind of dog over any other. Good luck my boy, you're in good hands now ❤️🐾

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Sara AnnWhen you see these sad posts and two minutes later read a really happy one...it reinforces how fantastic this rescue and it's followers are. Not just for the digs waiting for homes..but the owners who never fail to give wonderful advice and the friendships made. Best of luck little beauty..youre in the safest of hands.

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Allison WrightShared 🐾🐾

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Sally HollandPoor baby at least you are safe now xx

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Allison StubbsPoor little boy, at least you are in good hands now xxx

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Sarah Mifm MagalottiIn safe hands now. You’ll all work your magic x

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Sandra HandsYou couldn’t be in safer hands now you poor, poor soul! ❤️ xx

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Mal Gsre RobertsSharedxx

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Barbara TillI hope he finds a forever loving home soon.There should be tougher penalties for animal cruelty.♥️

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Lottie PearsonThank goodness poor boy is safe with GSRE. He will now know what love and kindness are!

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Another wet walk with the Chesterfield dogs, when is it going to stop?!
We met our new boy who goes by the name of Chance and what a lovely boy he is!! So far so good - great with people and dogs too!! He is very thin and has muscle wastage but he's enjoyed his first walk out with the gang today and there's a sneak preview of him below but he isn't fully assessed yet. He needs some good food down him and gentle exercise and he'll be just fine!!
Zac was muzzled for a short time while we allowed him to say hello to Ronnie, he is definitely a no to other dogs but what he lacks in his dog skills he really makes up for with people, he's such a cuddle monster and the tighter the hug the more he likes it! :)
All the dogs have had a good walk, last to go was our Asbo who got a spurt on towards the end as she saw a cat - naughty old girl! :)
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Another wet walk with the Chesterfield dogs, when is it going to stop?! 
We met our new boy who goes by the name of Chance and what a lovely boy he is!! So far so good - great with people and dogs too!! He is very thin and has muscle wastage but hes enjoyed his first walk out with the gang today and theres a sneak preview of him below but he isnt fully assessed yet. He needs some good food down him and gentle exercise and hell be just fine!! 
Zac was muzzled for a short time while we allowed him to say hello to Ronnie, he is definitely a no to other dogs but what he lacks in his dog skills he really makes up for with people, hes such a cuddle monster and the tighter the hug the more he likes it! :) 
All the dogs have had a good walk, last to go was our Asbo who got a spurt on towards the end as she saw a cat - naughty old girl! :)

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Lisa PattenStill life in the old ASBO yet 😂

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Nicola Nsn PartridgeAnd the cat lived to tell the tale! The old girl is losing her touch 😝

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Jackie Morris PatersonShared

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Sandra HandsShared ❤️ xx

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Sarah Mifm MagalottiWhat a beautiful collection of lovely woofers. Someone is getting very lucky that’s for sure. That’s if they don’t shrink with all this blinking ☔️ x

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🐾Max. Essex kennels. Hi my name is Max and I'd like to tell you a story. My daddy died and my mummy works long hours, so in order to try and get me a better life, my mummy gave me to GSRE. Now I live at a place called kennels. There are really lovely people who look after me there and fun people called vollies who come to take me for walks but I'm still a bit sad. I'd really like to live in a proper home again where I get walks, my own comfy bed and lots of snuggles. Two people did take me with them but brought me back, as they said I was too hairy! Aunty Cath says I'm a cuddle monster and I've been a good boy with the dogs I've walked with. She thinks I really deserve a home, what do you think? Lots of licks, Max.🐾 ... See MoreSee Less

🐾Max. Essex kennels. Hi my name is Max and Id like to tell you a story. My daddy died and my mummy works long hours, so in order to try and get me a better life, my mummy gave me to GSRE. Now I live at a place called kennels. There are really lovely people who look after me there and fun people called vollies who come to take me for walks but Im still a bit sad. Id really like to live in a proper home again where I get walks, my own comfy bed and lots of snuggles. Two people did take me with them but brought me back, as they said I was too hairy! Aunty Cath says Im a cuddle monster and Ive been a good boy with the dogs Ive walked with. She thinks I really deserve a home, what do you think? Lots of licks, Max.🐾

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Astra MayHe is so beautiful 😍😍

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Belinda BirdBreaks my heart and shows that you never know what's round the corner. Good luck beautiful xx

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Esther DeanSo sad that he’s lost his home and what silly people saying he’s to hairy did they not think before getting him still their loss

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Debbie OwersHow old are you max? Xx

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Carole LucasShared pontefract west Yorkshire xx

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Rachel DriscollShared handsome Max X

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Lisa StennerToo hairy!? Seriously, it's clearly visible and no surprise! Shared for a beautiful boy x

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Linda HillHow old are you Max and do you like travelling in the car

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Veronica JenkinsToo hairy!! What on earth did they expect.. you only Have to look at him

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Caroline MitchellOh bless him. You are gorgeous Max. Shared. X

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Steven PeytonDo u get on with cats and do u like ducks

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Vicky StapleShared for Max😍

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Rachel SibilskaSarah Louise Page

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Faye Bebaby BurtonJacqueline McGowan ❤️❤️

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Karen ShearwoodIt beggars belief the excuses people come up with. We got our white shepherd 2 years ago at 9 weeks old from the dogs trust. We had no idea the amount of hair white Sheps shed as we'd always had black and tan Sheps. It never has or ever would enter our heads to get rid of him. It just means I'm hoovering twice a day and he gets brushed out 3 times a week. Just a little extra work. Dogs are a life time commitment.hope max finds a great home soon. Xx

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Tracey Louise FarmerHairier the better i say...cuddle monster xx

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Christine JonesI cant believe some people if you want a dog that doesn't shed have a poodle. Ive had black and tan, white and black sheps and they all shed an amazing amount of fur but that is dogs

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Susan CooperLove him

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Carole CrudgingtonHow old is he please?

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Lyndsey WrightAww he's gorgeous, looks lovely natured

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Did a follow up on the lovable Wolfie yesterday. Lovely laid back pup who is enjoying life to the full in his new home. Learning to respect the resident cat and has obviously landed on his paws there. What a joy it was to meet him. ... See MoreSee Less

Did a follow up on the lovable Wolfie yesterday. Lovely laid back pup who is enjoying life to the full in his new home. Learning to respect the resident cat and has obviously landed on his paws there. What a joy it was to meet him.

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Lizzy BrownWTG Wolfie! X

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Lee Bazbungle💜

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Angie RobertsJust lovely Graham, please may I lift? :) x

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Lesley WrapsonWolfie, you look so happy ❤️❤️

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Sheila Edwards❤️

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Tasha ChurchLovely update of one great pup💗 Loved pup x Rachel X

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Sara AnnLove it !

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Julia TappingFantastic,looks just like my Frosty Bear,(no longer with mein body ,but his spirit is always with me ) have a great life xx

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Paul FreerBRILLIANT

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Sandra HandsOh Woolfie, just look at you! Perfect! xx

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Rachel DriscollWolfie looks amazing! Great to see him settled in his new home. Definitely landed on his paws ❤️ X X

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Cath FosterLovely to see him, he was a fab lil fella when we walked him at kennels. X

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Carol DriscollHandsome boy xx

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Sandra GeraghtyBeautiful x

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Jackie Stinchcombe😢

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Jayne HinsonAww so sad for you.

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Pam CraneSorry for your loss x

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Lynn ThompsonSo sorry for you sadness, I lost my boy Hugo 24th October miss him so much big hugs. RIP Kane 💔🐾💔

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Lesley WrapsonI’m sorry to hear this sad news 😢 run free Kane 🌈🐾❤️ xx

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Sara AnnMuch love to you xx

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Sue FranklinMy thoughts are with you. Said goodbye to my girl in October. X ♥

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Linda HarperSo sorry to hear your sad news. Run free little one.x

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Liz AshbySo very sorry for your loss RIP sweetheart rainbow 🌈 bridge has got another angle thoughts and prayers are with your family xx

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Sheila EdwardsSorry to hear your sad news 💔x

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Mary Osbornesorry for your loss x

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Chris JonesSo very sorry xx

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Alan PritchardSo very sorry to hear of your loss 😢. My boy is also called Kane & I dread the day that he crosses the rainbow bridge. Rest in Peace now handsome boy x

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Nicola KenchingtonSorry x

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Christine Jonesso sorry gone but wont be forgotten

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Phil RosierXxxxx..

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Jac BennettThank-you everyone it's incredibly hard but I think about all the love and happiness they give and in time I will rescue again they need us as we need them xxx

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Nick SextonRip Kane, he'll be in good company up there 😊

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Karen GuestSuch a sad start to 2018

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Lee BazbungleRest In Peace

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Terry IngramRemembering how we felt at this time with our late Prince then Anna, Boss and Rudi. It does get easier but you never forget them. We have Moss now and he keeps us on our toes , bless him! Thinking of you at this sad time. X Val, Tez and Moss.

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Esther DeanSo sorry,a very hard time,think of all the good times you had together

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