If you are interested in rehoming a German Shepherd, please have a read through the relevant material in this section. We then ask that you make contact with us through Facebook. Once contact is made, you will be sent out an adoption questionnaire that can be filled in and sent back online.
The bond between a dog and its caregiver is one that is known throughout the world, but the maintenance of this bond does not seem to be an idea that is given much consideration or thought. Sadly however, many events can jeopardise the success of this relationship with multiple factors being known to interfere with the bond … Continue reading Introducing a Rescue Dog to your Home
Under no circumstances will any GSRRR dog be allowed to be used for breeding. Due to this we have a strict neutering policy because regardless of all the good will in the world, it is the only 100% guaranteed way of preventing accidents. It is our policy that all dogs will be neutered or spayed … Continue reading Spay and Neuter Policy
After your initial assessment with the rescue, you will be required to do at least four weeks of field work with whichever dog you have been designated. At least half of this will be under the direct supervision of a rescue representative and your interactions with the dog will be continually assessed. This stage will … Continue reading Rehoming Schedule