1. Max

    Poor Max came into our care when his dad became terminally ill and wanted to make sure Max was cared for before he died. Max came into our care and has now been adopted.
  2. Mertyl

    Gorgeous puppy Mertyl born in rescue with 8 of her siblings and is now settled in her new home.
  3. Mouse aka Loki

    We were asked if we could help find homes for a litter of pups from an accidental breeding. Mum and Dad are both rescue GSD’s (from another rescue I hasten to add), who had managed to get together on a very rare day their mum had left a friend in...
  4. Diff

    We were asked if we could help find homes for a litter of pups from an accidental breeding. Mum and Dad are both rescue GSD’s (from another rescue I hasten to add), who had managed to get together on a very rare day their mum had left a friend in...
  5. Arya

    We were asked if we could help find homes for a litter of pups from an accidental breeding. Mum and Dad are both rescue GSD’s (from another rescue I hasten to add), who had managed to get together on a very rare day their mum had left a friend in...
  6. Jemma

    This gorgeous girl was taken to the vets to be PTS because she snapped at a feral cat the woman owner was feeding?!! We took her in and she is a truly lovely girl who deserved a better home than she had. Now happy in her new home.
  7. Marnie

    This gorgeous girl came to us via stray kennels after being found straying. It was very obvious that she had not long since had pups, poor girl. Now happy in her forever home.
  8. Gypsy

    This gorgeous girl came to us via stray kennels with 3 other members of her family after being abandoned by travellers and picked up by the police. After only a week in our care she gave birth to 9 healthy pups who have now also found new homes of their...

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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