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.

Please help a German Shepherd!


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The Reality Of Rescue

Mass Production = Mass Destruction

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It is a harsh fact of life that many dogs are now becoming part of our disposable Britain; no longer are they always seen as Mans’ best friend, but often Man can be their worst enemy. Rescues are contacted on a daily basis with people wanting to rehome their dogs for a number of reasons; relationship breakdowns, moving into smaller or rented accommodation, change in working hours meaning their dog is being left for long periods of time alone, owners passing away and worst of all, cases of neglect and abandonment, both of which are on the increase. Maybe the most heart breaking reason of all is the faithful older friends that have just become too expensive because they need some veterinary help in their twilight years so are no longer wanted. Too many of these dogs end up being picked up as strays and are taken to the local council ‘pound’.

Rescues are fighting a daily uphill struggle to cope with the sheer number of dogs they are being asked to help, and not just from their owners. Many of the dogs we take in today, come straight from the pounds as dumping the dog is the quickest option! This means that as a rescue we do not have any history for the dogs taken into our care and have to quickly assess their medical needs and then their behaviour and temperament. The pound dogs are usually the most loving dogs as they are the ones that appreciate true care and love, however, they can come with their issues, such as aggression towards other dogs, maybe because they have had to fight for their share of food at some stage, so it is like unravelling a ball of string to understand them.

When we started in rescue the cases coming in were commonly, an owner had died or a family were having to move to rented accommodation, where dogs were not allowed, due to having lost their job and own home. The people rescuing dogs also seemed to be of a different calibre. People who applied to a rescue to adopt a dog seemed to accept the dog would not necessarily come trouble free and were prepared to work with issues and accepted there were no guarantees. Unfortunately, nowadays, too many people look to adopt a rescue dog and expect the perfect pooch. They think because they are rescuing a dog instead of buying a puppy they are doing their bit. They are, but they do not take into account how many of these dogs have been tainted by another human being and just need understanding and a helping hand to get them on the right road.

Apart from irresponsible owners, there are many reasons dog rescue has become such a challenge:

  • Council cutbacks
  • Outdated laws
  • Back street breeders and puppy farms
  • Puppy smuggling
  • Dogs being brought in from other EU countries by ‘rescues’
  • Internet based advertising
  • Irresponsible rescues and dealers pertaining to be rescues.

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Buster’s Legacy – Please Adopt An Oldie!

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Buster came into the rescue in December 2013, along with a bitch called Storm. We never knew their true history as they had been dumped on a neighbour as no longer wanted. Storm found herself a home fairly quickly, but poor Buster kept on being overlooked.

During his stay he touched the hearts of so many of our volunteers with his fun loving antics and his truly individual personality. Buster was shared far and wide on social media in the hopes of finding him a loving home of his own and it worked. Finally Buster had his own Mum and Dad, Denise and Mark, who will honestly say he was not what they were looking for, but they fell for him hook, line and sinker.

Buster’s proudest moment was when he won the Goldie Oldie Competition in February this year, and he so deserved the honour! None of us knew then how little time he had left and he smiled the whole day, knowing he was King for the day.

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Sadly and suddenly Buster passed on to Rainbow Bridge in April after suffering a very short illness. Buster had touched the hearts of so many people in his journey with us, the tributes and tears have poured in. Our hearts go out to his Mum and Dad who are just so thankful they had the chance to share in his life and to be there holding him at the end. Buster passed peacefully knowing love and happiness which is not much to ask.

Buster was one of the lucky ones. So many older dogs come into rescue on a regular basis, many from the pounds where they have been abandoned or picked up as strays. Today’s society seems to think it is OK to just turf the Golden Oldies out to make space for a younger version, or just because they no longer fit in with their lifestyle. The reasons are many, but these Golden Oldies all deserve a loving home to see their days out in.

They may not be around for long, but giving a Golden Oldie love and care until their time comes is so rewarding, as the love and loyalty they give back is more than you can imagine. They never leave our hearts but teach us how to open our hearts further to those in need. Please don’t overlook the Golden Oldies!

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GSRE Founders Become Authors

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Very few people knew about this, but about 18 months ago we were approached by Crowood Publishers who asked Lizzy and Allison if they would be interested in writing a book on the German Shepherd. They had been trawling the internet for German Shepherd rescues, and were so impressed with our website and its content, that we were the ones they chose to ask.

They told us they wanted a book written in an accessible style whilst taking into account a rescue’s viewpoint. As you can probably imagine we were shocked, very excited and also a little scared as this was quite a task that had to be done well. So…..behind the scenes, along with running the rescue…..we have written a book!

Released 25th January 2016. Of course you can buy it via the website with profits going back in for the dogs, so we hope some of you will buy one through our website and support us, our dogs and the rescue.

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Adopting a GSRE Dog

All rescues have adoption guidelines and regularly we hear that a potentially good home has been rejected because an adopter has young children for example.

Here at GSRE, we use the guidelines of Common Sense. Each home is assessed on its own merits and all adopters are considered regardless of age.

Having applied to adopt one of our many beautiful dogs, you will initially be contacted by one of our Screeners who will run through your information and the process, and where possible obtain a reference from your vet. The Screener will then arrange for one of our many experienced Volunteers to visit your home to meet your family (including any other pets) and check the environment is suitable for an additional member to join your family.

(If you live in rented premises your application cannot be processed until the Screener has sight of permission from your landlord to have a dog/dogs at the premises so please have this ready to send on.)

Our Home Checker will contact you to arrange a mutually suitable time to visit, and once the home check has been completed the report will be sent to your Coordinator who will contact you to discuss which dogs you may be interested in adopting and their suitability to your home and family.

Unlike many breed specific rescues. the majority of our dogs are in our care, either in foster homes or approved commercial kennels we use around the country, so meeting the dogs is an easy process. You will also have the confidence of knowing that your new family member will have been microchipped, vaccinated and where possible neutered.

If a dog has come in with no vaccination record it is necessary for us to start the course from scratch. which involves an initial vaccination followed by a second vaccination 2-4 weeks later depending on where the dog is located. This does mean you may need to return to our vets for the second vaccination.

We neuter all male dogs that are in our care as a matter of course (unless very young or medically not viable) but with females it is not always possible as we may not know their season history (it is safest to neuter a bitch mid way between seasons).

We obviously cannot microchip, vaccinate or neuter dogs that come straight from their home to meet you, but will discuss and work with you to ensure your new dog receives any care that has been missed by their previous owner.

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Your new family member will come to you with 5 weeks free insurance, regardless of age (and subject to terms and conditions of course) which will automatically be activated for you once you have adopted your new family member. This is thanks to our new partnership with Agria Pet Insurance which is one of the few insurance companies that offers Lifetime Cover for older dogs. Insurance can be continued with Agria after the initial free period, but there is no obligation.

GSRE will be with you every step of the way throughout the adoption process, and once you have adopted from us, it does not end there! Your Home Checker will visit you once your new family member has settled in to complete a Follow Up visit to check all is well, and of course we are always there to give advice and answer any questions. Joining our Facebook group is a great way of sharing experiences and seeking help, as is joining one of the many Walk Groups around the country. Check out the links on the right for more information.

There’s nothing stopping you! Apply to adopt today!

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Some of our Urgent Dogs Seeking a Foster or Forever Home

  1. Mali

    Location:
    Bristol - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    10 months
    Neutered:
    No
    Children:
    Unknown
    Other dogs:
    Careful introduction
    Cats:
    Unknown
  2. Biggs

    Location:
    Cornwall - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    7 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
    No
  3. Chief

    Location:
    Bristol - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    10
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    No
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
    No

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Some of our Golden Oldies Looking for a Comfy Retirement

  1. Kai

    Location:
    Hertfordshire
    Sex:
    Female
    Age:
    10 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
    No
  2. Angel

    Location:
    Oxon
    Sex:
    Female
    Age:
    8 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Careful introduction
    Cats:
    No
  3. Biggs

    Location:
    Cornwall - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    7 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
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Other Shepherds Looking for a Forever Home

  1. Buzz

    Location:
    Manchester
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    8
    Neutered:
    No
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
    No
  2. Bodie

    Location:
    Cornwall
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    5 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes
    Other dogs:
    No
    Cats:
    No
  3. Ghost

    Location:
    Essex
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    3 years
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    Yes
    Cats:
    Unknown

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Cross Breeds & Other Breeds in Need of a Loving Home

  1. Mali

    Location:
    Bristol - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    10 months
    Neutered:
    No
    Children:
    Unknown
    Other dogs:
    Careful introduction
    Cats:
    Unknown
  2. Roxy

    Location:
    Manchester - Home
    Sex:
    Female
    Age:
    6
    Neutered:
    Yes
    Children:
    Yes
    Other dogs:
    Selective
    Cats:
    Unknown
  3. Bella

    Location:
    Derby
    Sex:
    Female
    Age:
    2
    Neutered:
    No
    Children:
    No
    Other dogs:
    Careful introduction
    Cats:
    No

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  1. Fang

    Location:
    CHESTERFIELD - KENNELS
    Sex:
    Male
    Age:
    8
    Neutered:
    No
    Children:
    Yes - Older Only
    Other dogs:
    No
    Cats:
    No

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Rachel HoylandShe's quite a big girl isn't she and probably got some more growing to do yet! Olly seems to approve! X

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Kris Boisawe what a lovely add and its sooooo true.I feel blessed with my girl shes my rock xx luv ya Tia

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RIP Rolo

I have just lost my gentle giant after only 8 short years. Suddenly started showing signs of discomfort last week and started to go downhill fast, was eventually diagnosed yesterday with a tumor on his liver which had started leaking blood into his abdominal cavity. Sadly there was no hope of operating so was put to sleep last night with the same calm dignity that he showed throughout his life.

He was the most gentle, loving shepherd I have ever owned, loved everyone and everything and absolutly charmed anyone who meet him. He was such a good ambassador for the breed, even people who were afraid of shepherds would happily talk to him.

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RIP Rolo 

I have just lost my gentle giant after only 8 short years.  Suddenly started showing signs of discomfort last week and started to go downhill fast,  was eventually diagnosed yesterday with a tumor on his liver which had started leaking blood into his abdominal cavity.  Sadly there was no hope of operating so was put to sleep last night with the same calm dignity that he showed throughout his life.

He was the most gentle, loving shepherd I have ever owned, loved everyone and everything and absolutly charmed anyone who meet him. He was such a good ambassador for the breed, even people who were afraid of shepherds would happily talk to him.

I have never had the death of a dog effect me as much as this before, absolutely devestated.  Why do I have the feeling that I have failed him in some way?

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Esther DeanSo very very sorry know just how you feel we lost ours the same way two years ago

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Sadie EllisMy heart goes out to you .....run free at rainbow bridge sweetheart xxx

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Clare TannerDad, you haven't failed him. He was loved so much by us all. We gave him the best of everything, biggest thing was us as his family. 💔💔💔

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Rose RobertsBeautiful handsome boy RIp x

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Andrea TerryBeautiful boy. I'm so sorry..... it feels like someone has ripped your heart out when they go..... x

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Alan PritchardOh desr 🙁. So very sorry to see this. RIP beautiful Rolo xx

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Clare HarmanHow could u possibly fail ur boy. He lived the best life & u allowed him to pass with dignity. He had a brilliant life & will be with u in spirit - that ain't a fail! Be proud & treasure the memories u had fun making xx

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Brett BookerSorry for your loss. You haven't failed him. You weren't to know. He is at rest now.

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Clare Louise WaiteRobin, you haven't failed Rolo in any way you clearly adored him and did the best you could for him. He was indeed a handsome soul and it sounds like he kept his dignity and that is worth so much, so many owners rightly or wrongly keep their beloved dogs alive even when they are suffering as they cannot bear to say goodbye which I'm sure we can all understand... but you've done the right thing. Our dogs become more than pets they become family and their loss is just as genuinely wrenching. We will be thinking about you and your family, sending love and hugs to you all. Clare & Pippa 🐾

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Tricia LancurtisSo sorry Run free big man xxx

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Sylvia Plaskettrip rolo you look so beautifull

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Sue ColemanNite nite Rolo ..so sorry for your loss hun x

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Jenny MillerI know how you feel one of our shepherds who had to be PTS 13 years ago still upsets me now. What a handsome dog xx

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The lovely Jessie came in from the pound where she had been picked up as stray. Jessie was microchipped which shows she is coming up to her second birthday. Vaccinations now started. Unknown if spayed.

We would not rehome Jessie with young children as we do not know her history. Has been fine around other dogs but would rather not have them in her face. Unknown with cats.

This is what one of our volunteers said about her on meeting her:

“Little more than a puppy herself, Jess has been bred from before. Once more straight from the pound, first meet yesterday. Greeted me excitedly, small in stature, this fur baby loves treats. Bouncy and full of life thoroughly enjoyed her walk, including typical shep nosiness!! Unfazed by traffic. Must’ve had some training as amazed me by walking to heel beautifully when we tried. Jess is a lively, lovely black beauty.”

And this after a breakout from the kennels for a day:

“Jessie has been out meeting people today, sporting her very attractive ‘Please adopt me’ coat, walking lovely along busy main road – getting used to loud lorries & motorbikes, followed by meeting horses in the field next to the footpath, she was not bothered by them at all. This girl is an absolute dream. Now home making myself some lunch and she’s laid down and is being so good. Jessie has not put one paw wrong today 💘”

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The lovely Jessie came in from the pound where she had been picked up as stray. Jessie was microchipped which shows she is coming up to her second birthday. Vaccinations now started. Unknown if spayed.

We would not rehome Jessie with young children as we do not know her history. Has been fine around other dogs but would rather not have them in her face. Unknown with cats.

This is what one of our volunteers said about her on meeting her:

“Little more than a puppy herself, Jess has been bred from before. Once more straight from the pound, first meet yesterday. Greeted me excitedly, small in stature, this fur baby loves treats. Bouncy and full of life thoroughly enjoyed her walk, including typical shep nosiness!! Unfazed by traffic. Must’ve had some training as amazed me by walking to heel beautifully when we tried. Jess is a lively, lovely black beauty.”

And this after a breakout from the kennels for a day:

“Jessie has been out meeting people today, sporting her very attractive ‘Please adopt me’ coat, walking lovely along busy main road – getting used to loud lorries & motorbikes, followed by meeting horses in the field next to the footpath, she was not bothered by them at all. This girl is an absolute dream. Now home making myself some lunch and she’s laid down and is being so good. Jessie has not put one paw wrong today 💘”

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Our lovely ole boy Jack had a stroke today 😥 he can't get up as he's lost all balance. Went to the vets and now have 7 days of meds. Got to call them in 3 days of Jack's progress. We have everything crossed. Just pray he's going to pull through. 😢😢 ... See MoreSee Less

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Sarah Skitz Ralphy PomfretFingers crossed for you xx

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Cath FosterCrossin everythin for u! X

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Lottie PearsonFingers and paws crossed for you Jack x

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Sue NeulHope he gets better soon xx

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Maria Ann MossEverything crossed for you xx

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Sara FairieOh no. Been there in November 😭 Bless him, really hope he improves. Good luck Jack xx

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Christine SwanHe's just been sick, got up extremely wobbly and went outside for the toilet, tried to help him but wouldn't let me. So I just encouraged him and eventually managed to get back in doors. It's heartbreaking he's ex police and for his age he's just fantastic. Love him so very much ❤😢 Thank you for all your kind messages x

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Sally HallOh how awful. Everything crossed for Jack & you 🤞

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Sue WaltonI'm so sorry, and how distressing for you too! Can I ask how old Jack is Christine? x

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Patricia JennerFingers crossed and prayers for a speedy recovery

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Teresa Tormey-BettsFingers, toes and everything else crossed for him. <3 xxxx

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Amanda J WillsLove and healing sent. 💜

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Jennie GriffinFinge rs crossed for you and Jackxx

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Nettie JohnstonHope jack will be ok thinking of u all xx

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Lesley WrapsonBless you Jack, sending prayers to help you get better❤️❤️

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Carol ScottI've had two that came through and had good quality of life😆

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Sue ShepherdOne of mine had this and was put on Vivatonin and there was a steady improvement and she lived on to over 14 .so hopefully he will improve soon

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Ellie Claire HowsamHave you checked out vestibular disease on you tube. My cocker had this and we thought it was a stroke. He pulled through and you would never know he had had it. It can recur but to date we have been lucky. All the best for a speedy recovery Jack xxx

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Christine JonesHope all goes well

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Morgan Silas Skye HyettUnfortunately we dont have any walkgroups in Wales, if anyone would care to run one please get in touch x

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Lisa PattenBarb do you know any ?

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Judith FowlerWhy not try to set up your own, or look for a walking buddy

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Sally HallI can't help with a walking group as I live on the IOW now, but I used to live in Mathry & it made me go all tingly when I saw your post. A beautiful place & many fab walks for a group. I hope you get one going & when I'm staying in Tresaith, as I often do, I'll come & join in 😊

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Kris Boisthx guys I think I will try and start my own....your support is gratefully received

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Karen ShawReally sorry to hear, R.I.P. Ozzy x

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Helen WhiteSo sorry for your loss, thinking of you xxx

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Sue ColemanSorry for ur loss hun x.... Nite nite sweet lad

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Clare BerosSo sad reading about all these beautiful creatures and their devastated owners - huge!

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Sue WoolnoughSo sorry for your loss Rip handsome lad xx

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Jan NicolsonSo sorry to hear of your sad loss...he looks a gorgeous boy! Such a hard decision to make, but the most unselfish, and loving! Run free sweet Ozzy....xxx

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Gilly FishI'm so so sorry, sending loads of luv and many hugs xxx

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Linda HarperSo sorry. It is almost unbearable when they leave us. Run free little one.x

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Carol FairbairnHe is with Phill now bless xxx

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Mali....new kid on the block. Only a baby and lots to learn. Looking for a home that will give him the training and exercise a dog of his age needs. Loves his toys and very friendly. Will be a great addition to someone's home. ... See MoreSee Less

Mali....new kid on the block. Only a baby and lots to learn. Looking for a home that will give him the training and exercise a dog of his age needs. Loves his toys and very friendly.  Will be a great addition to someones home.

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Elaine MillarCan he be cat tested to some degree? I've had malinois before but have a rather dim (though feisty) cat 🐱

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Mark DickinsonBeautiful. Can't wait to meet her in a walk.

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On Thursday evening I took a call from a McMillan nurse who had concerns regarding a 12 month old GSD bitch in a home, I said we were out of spaces but said I would take her here in an emergency to ensure her safety. I then spoke with the daughter of the man who she was living with who is sadly terminally ill. It transpires the man also has 2 sons, one with a GSD X and the other an Akita x Rotty.......and guess what they mated and then went to live with one of the son's in a flat! Long story short this not so little girl needed out and a chance of the life she deserves so I present to you ....Brandy!! Very friendly, seems ok around the cat but maybe a little too friendly, we will see. Wants to play with my dogs who are not that bothered, barked at the horses. She is now booked in to be spayed on Monday, she is apparently chipped but will need her vacs starting again. I will be looking for a foster / forever home for this girl sooner rather than later so if you have been HC and are interested, please let me know. ... See MoreSee Less

On Thursday evening I took a call from a McMillan nurse who had concerns regarding a 12 month old GSD bitch in a home, I said we were out of spaces but said I would take her here in an emergency to ensure her safety. I then spoke with the daughter of the man who she was living with who is sadly terminally ill. It transpires the man also has 2 sons, one with a GSD X and the other an Akita x Rotty.......and guess what they mated and then went to live with one of the sons in a flat! Long story short this not so little girl needed out and a chance of the life she deserves so I present to you ....Brandy!! Very friendly, seems ok around the cat but maybe a little too friendly, we will see. Wants to play with my dogs who are not that bothered, barked at the horses. She is now booked in to be spayed on Monday, she is apparently chipped but will need her vacs starting again. I will be looking for a foster / forever home for this girl sooner rather than later so if you have been HC and are interested, please let me know.

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Just completed a follow up on the beautiful Scarlett. Happy friendly girl, just needs a bit of help with doggy manners. I'll be bringing Bear back in a few weeks to show her the ropes ( or to teach her how to be a total idiot) 😀 ... See MoreSee Less

Just completed a follow up on the beautiful Scarlett. Happy friendly girl,  just needs a bit of help with doggy manners. Ill be bringing Bear back in a few weeks to show her the ropes ( or to teach her how to be a total idiot) 😀

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Janet HumphreysWet and muddy? You've got that white stuff that we never get here!

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*****DOG OF THE DAY*****
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Another little pocket rocket has landed at our Chesterfield kennels in the shape of Poppy, this little girl does everything at 200mph so be warned you will need to be fit to match this girly!

She is 5yo, spayed, fully vaccinated and chipped. In her previous home she did live with dogs, older children and apparently a cat but we have not seen her around them yet so will update when we have!
She likes to play with anything she can pick up really, good to walk on the lead, needs further training , can be a little wary on first meeting but soon comes round and then is a lovely girl.

We were told she was GSD x Collie, but I think something else crept in there too!

We will be doing more dog testing so will update when we have!

Can you offer this little lass her second chance?
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Sex:Female
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*****DOG OF THE DAY*****
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#Chesterfield

Another little pocket rocket has landed at our Chesterfield kennels in the shape of Poppy, this little girl does everything at 200mph so be warned you will need to be fit to match this girly!

She is 5yo, spayed, fully vaccinated and chipped. In her previous home she did live with dogs, older children and apparently a cat but we have not seen her around them yet so will update when we have!
She likes to play with anything she can pick up really, good to walk on the lead, needs further training , can be a little wary on first meeting but soon comes round and then is a lovely girl.

We were told she was GSD x Collie, but I think something else crept in there too!

We will be doing more dog testing so will update when we have!

Can you offer this little lass her second chance?
http://gsrelite.co.uk/poppy-7/
Location:CHESTERFIELD - KENNELS
Sex:Female
Age:5
Neutered:Yes
Good with children:Yes - Older Only
Good with other dogs:Careful introduction
Good with cats:Unknown

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Rachel HoylandShe's just been out for a nice walk, she has walked alongside some of the other dogs but when Taz offered to play with her she showed her teeth and had a grumble so she may be better as the only dog. If you're looking for a small active dog then this girl is for you, she would love and be very good at agility, she's very athletic and a dog you could have some fun with!

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Glynis BoelemaPity she female I would have had her to do agility

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Mark FletcherWow she looks looks just like our marley....his mother was a German shepherd/ lurcher his father was a elkhound Norwegian mountain dog

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Mark FletcherMarley is also 5 ......i think we found his sister

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******BOTH HAVE BEEN ADOPTED******
Liquorice and Nova - 2 beautiful little girls that were abandoned in a field along with a third pup. We were asked to take them in through the local RSCPA who had been asked for help by the animal warden. The third pup found a home on arriving at the kennels with the warden!
They believed the pups are 10 weeks old going on where they believe they came from (having been advertised on Scumtree), however I think they are probably just about 8 weeks old.
They have had their first vaccination and been microchipped and wormed.
Settled in with my pack straight away. Not too forward but certainly not shy. Seem to have lovely temperaments and love cuddles and toys.
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******BOTH HAVE BEEN ADOPTED******
Liquorice and Nova - 2 beautiful little girls that were abandoned in a field along with a third pup. We were asked to take them in through the local RSCPA who had been asked for help by the animal warden. The third pup found a home on arriving at the kennels with the warden!
They believed the pups are 10 weeks old going on where they believe they came from (having been advertised on Scumtree), however I think they are probably just about 8 weeks old.
They have had their first vaccination and been microchipped and wormed.
Settled in with my pack straight away. Not too forward but certainly not shy. Seem to have lovely temperaments and love cuddles and toys.
House training a work in progress but they want to please.
Both girls have found their special homes!

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Robert TaylorAwesome news that theyve both been adopted.

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Sarah Elliott PankhurstAwwe missed the share on them xxx happy homes

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Natalie BoothOh lucky pups but I want one lol

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Trisha GillI am looking for a dog

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Morgan Silas Skye HyettLook on our website if you seriously want to adopt gsrelite.co.uk/adoption-dogs/

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Sarah Elliott PankhurstI am looking sharing too and im awaiting written permission landlord then do forms as had verbal permission keep going back to 9yr old sparky i had 4 children 3-4-5-soon be 7 all love a cuddle i have had dogs in pass im working and looking new member family but thought may be older friend as understand going work but shift works so 80%time someone is home awake or asleep

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Vikki TolsonThat's so sad, some irresponsible person has just abandoned them. I'm glad they are in safe hands now 🐾🐾

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Susan O'brienI'm looking for a male German shepherd pup in South Wales area please ❤️️❤️️❤️️

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Sue ShepherdHow could anyone abandon these babies to the elements

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Raven Rave😀 so glad they all have homes now ❤️🐾🐾

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Iain J QuinnBeautiful dogs

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Donna HuntPoor babies, You are safe now <3 xxx

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Lizzy BrownBoth have settled in and are having a great time! x

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Kim EdwardsHow can people do this 😢 so glad you have them xx

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Susan PhippenPleased to hear they have found homes. So sad to think they can just be dumped.

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Angela HardyBeautiful babies so glad they have found new homes. My dog is also called Liquorish but my lovely girl's name is spelt differently. Here she is a GSD/Labrador cross.

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The Chesterfield dogs have been out for their Monday walk this morning.
Taz again has excelled himself with his behaviour, he just wants to play with the other dogs and be hugged by humans! Please if you are looking for a young, big and handsome boy then have a look at Taz he's such a genuine and faithful boy, you would not be disappointed!
The rest of them have had a good leg stretch around the park as it's too muddy to go anywhere else.
We then got to meet Fang and Chantie who were kindly transported over to us by Sunita Francis. What a lovely pair of dogs, both very good natured and very sociable. Chantie is the more outgoing out of the two and they are very good on the lead. They both had a nice walk and then went off to settle into their kennel.
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Angie RobertsIf only all kennelled dogs had this extra attention, would make them all adoptable. You guys are brilliant 😊😊😊 xx

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Sunita FrancisThank you Allison Clarke for saving these two poor souls. They are in the best hands now. The weather was diabolical and I admire you guys so much for braving it for the woofers. Especially you today Rachel considering you could only manage to squeak not talk! Respect you guys.❤️

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Joanne RaybouldThe mud's a nightmare at the moment. Great you got out with them, so lovely of you volunteers. Hope you get well soon Rachel x

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Ellen WoodWish i had room for him. I saw him in person the day we came to meet Bobby and he is a very handsome boy. I was so happy he was heading off to a new life and gutted he wasn't given more than 24 hours to fit in. It's harder for them than it is for us humans. Most have come from homes where for whatever reason they are no longer able to stay. They're a little scared being thrust into a new environment with possibly existing family pets but take the time and patience and they will adjust. They'll trust you and love you right back. They want a home and to be loved. Bobby bear is an absolute cracker. X

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Caroline MitchellOh Minnie. you look so chilled. You are as beautiful as ever. X

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❤NAHLA❤

Action beauty, such a quick learner and attentive to her handler is ready for adoption.

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