Rescuing & Rehoming German Shepherd Dogs throughout the UK
Dogs for Adoption
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This very handsome young man is 16mth old neutered male, Max. He is looking for a home as his owners working hours have increased meaning Max is left too long.
Max is vaccinated and microchipped, and upto date with flea and worming treatments.
He is housetrained, although has had some accidents lately when left too long, totally understandable and owner says not Max's fault.
Max is fine with older children, and the local children love him. He is not good with cats, although he does live with 2 , he is itching to get them!
Max has never mixed with other dogs, his owner admits she has always avoided other dogs, so now Max lunges and barks at any passing dog. This issue is workable on, but new owners must understand it needs time and patience and a strong owner. Max does pull on the lead, and has never been allowed off lead, so alot of pent up energy. Even so, he doesn't chew when left.
He sleeps downstairs in the hallway or kitchen no problem. He has no food or toy possession issues, he happily shares. Our assessor found Max to be a lovely people dog, no reaction to strangers, just a really nice affection boy. This boy is currently in Sittingbourne, Kent.
These beautiful dogs are in need of a wonderful home please. Sabrina, a 10 yr old spayed German Shepherd & Bilbo , a 13yr old neutered Golden Retriever, have been neglected for a long time.
They belonged to an elderly lady, who had been ill for some time. Both dogs are extremely underweight, and their coats a dire mess.
These pair have the gentlest, friendliest natures we have ever know in dogs. The kennels describe Bilbo as a 'little lamb following me around.'
They are being groomed daily, and are on several small meals a day to slowly build them up again.
They are lovely with people, other dogs, and we don't see cats being a problem either.
They just need somebody to love and cherish them for the rest of their days.
Currently in kennels in Preston, Lancashire.