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This gorgeous lad is 8 year Zeus who is now neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.

Zeus came into the rescue along with 5 other dogs and 3 pups having been voluntarily surrendered to the council by a breeder who was described as a puppy farmer.

The dogs had been found living in sheds and were being neglected in the sense that the owners did not even go up there once a day on many an occasion.

Zeus has been used for breeding so is happy around girls as you can imagine. All dogs have super temperaments and just need some lead training and boundaries put in place.

This is what foster mum has to say about him:

“Zeus has only been in foster 4 days, living with 3 dogs and 7 cats, gets on with them all but sadly has shown too much interest in the guinea pigs, so any small furry babes in the home will need to be well and truly secure. He is a dream to walk, does not pull on the lead, fine with dogs we have met, not yet tested off lead yet but still early days but I am sure this will not be an issue either, knows basic commands but so wants to please you so I am sure he will do more. He travels well in the car, curls up for a kip but occasionally looks out to look at the scenery and if there is a dog he will have a go at it which is the only time I ever hear him bark. He has no food aggression, takes food gently and if you need to take the bowl away no reaction whatsoever with me or the other dogs. He has met children when out on a walk but has not met any in the home but I really can’t see him being an issue there either. His only minor fault is he bonds very quickly and this has no doubt a lot to do with his previous life but again this can be worked on, it really is not a drama. Zeus is a dream dog, whoever adopts him will be very, very lucky!”

Can you give Zeus the retirement home he deserves please?

The lovely Zeus has headed off to his forever home!

After a wonderful retirement the handsome Zeus has passed over Rainbow Bridge after a stroke.

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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