1. Lilo

    Meet Lilo a beautiful golden oldie, 12yrs old, spayed, vaccinations are out of date, chipped. Her owner tells us she is a no to children, can be selective with other dogs, a no to cats and unknown with livestock. Does her job in the home when people arrive, barks but...
  2. Boris

    Have a look as this lovely old bloke, his name now is Boris, we think he is about 10yrs young, found by a member of the public wandering aimlessly around an industrial estate. She did ask around to see if he did indeed belong to anyone as he was not...
  3. Brinkley

    May I introduce Brinkley who according to his microchip is 8 years old. Now neutered and vaccinations restarted. Brinkley came to us from a pound so little history known but we are told he is good with other dogs. No children as he can be a bit of a grump...
  4. Tyson

    May I introduce Tyson who is an 8 year old a Belgian Shepherd Malinois. We could not say no to this poor fella after being contacted by Social Services who were as concerned about the dog as they were the rest of the family. Tyson had been with them since...
  5. Duke

    Meet our lovely boy Duke. Through no fault of his own he has spent far far too long in kennels and is desperate for a home to call his own. He is 8/9yrs old, neutered, fully vaccinated and chipped. He would rather be the only dog in a home and...
  6. Maddie

    Maddie is 13 years young and arrived with us March 2015. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. Maddie is a petite, bright and stunning girl who is keen to learn and thrived considerably at agility and behaviour training classes despite her age. She loves her Kong and having her belly...
  7. Roxy

    This lovely lass is 10 year Roxy who arrived with us in October 2014. She is vaccinated, microchipped and spayed. We were asked to take Roxy in as an emergency case as her owner was unable to keep her. We were told she can be very protective in the home. ...
  8. Rockie

    Rockie is 12 years old now and also arrived with us in October 2014. We were asked to assess Rockie as there was now a baby in the house that was starting to crawl. Why their concern; because they had never bothered to socialise their dog. In fact they never...

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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