May I introduce the stunning Zeta who came in from a pound where her time was up. She is about 2 years old. Unknown if spayed but doubtful. Vaccinations have been started and she is now microchipped.

This is what the pound kennels said about her and so far what we have seen:

“Female black and tan GSD, would say around 2 years at the most judging by her teeth, very long and lean girl, could do with putting some weight on, coat soft and smooth, has a silvery colour running down her back which is very pretty, has a long slim face which gives her a very appealing nose! Good on the lead, walked past all the other dogs, sniffed, not really interested, tail wagging and no aggression shown, very happy, smiley, waggy tailed girl, loves fuss and cuddles, jumps up on your lap and puts her paw on your shoulder, quite puppyish in her behaviour, knows sit, will give paw in a sort of fashion but shes not sure, loves doggy choc drops and takes them nicely, just really gorgeous, I think she could be the first GSD supermodel with her looks and figure.”

This is what one of our volunteers has to say about her:

“First met this enchanting girl two weeks ago, taking Zeta on the last part of her long journey to the safety of our kennels. Went for a walk then first to give her a break and get used to my voice. Zeta walked very well, unfazed by traffic. Travelled extremely well, relaxed her chin and head upon my hand along the way, Very friendly and loving straight away, loved being handled and stroked.
Enjoys treats which she takes very gently.

On our second meeting, Zeta greeted me happily with paws and kisses. After walking we sat down for our picnic, a beautiful sunny
morning spent playing and interacting with an even more beautiful adorable girl.When she laid down to have a nap I just gazed at her!!”

No young children as we do not know her history but would fit into most homes with little trouble. How can you resist?

Zeta has set off to start a new life.

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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