BRUNO . (3-45 yrs approx) handsome boy (2)-w1000-h800
Bruno . enjoying the evening sun (2)-w1000-h800
Bruno . keeps close (2)-w1000-h800
Bruno .always calm (2)-w1000-h800
Bruno and Jack (2)-w1000-h800
Bruno looking for a tummy rub (2)-w1000-h800
JACK . (4 yrs approx) in Cornwall-w1000-h800
Jack . great little character (2)-w1000-h800

This handsome GSD lad is Bruno with his mate Jack (the Jack Russell).  Bruno is approx 4 years old, Jack is approx 5 years old and they were both entire when they came to us.  Bruno was supposed to have been a guard dog but was left chained to a small kennel with no bedding or regular food and was then just left.  Jack stayed with him even though he was loose.  These lads are safely in foster with 3 other dogs now.

Bruno and Jack are going to be re-homed seperately as having settled into foster they are squabbling like naughty brothers at times.

Bruno is altogether a lovely calm and gentle shepherd who loves affection and understands basic commands.    When he first came into foster his spirit was low and all he wanted was comfort and closeness (see photos inside).  In the last few weeks he has been getting used to home comforts and exercise and is now a much more relaxed and confident boy (see photos outside).

Out on walks his recall is good and he stays close when off lead.   He is good with other dogs and people/children and doesn’t have any aggression in him, just curiosity. He pulls a bit on the lead as he has had no lead training.  He travels well in the car but not good on a full stomach.  He has just been vet checked  and is in good health, fully vaccinated (including worm & flea) and chipped.

The lovely Bruno is now settling into a new home of his very own.

Sadly Bruno has now crossed over Rainbow Bridge.

Why we do what we do

German Shepherd Rescue Elite was not only set up to help as many unwanted, abandoned and neglected German Shepherds as possible, but to also offer education to the general public on the responsibilities / pros / cons of owning a large working breed dog and to be able to offer help and advice so hopefully we can become the prevention for once instead of always being the cure.

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