Unfortunately, many locations around the United States have a severe animal control problem, especially with…
1. Lani’s Lucky Shepherds of Houston
Lani’s Lucky Shepherd Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Houston, Texas. They focus on saving Houston area German Shepherd Dogs from abandonment, abuse, and neglect from high kill shelters. This Rescue has a team of volunteers who care and foster German Shepherds as family. Their intent is to place all of their dogs into loving foster homes, where they live comfortably until they find a forever home.
Every dog in their care receives medical care, nourishment, and the socialization needed to find a new life with a loving family. This devoted German Shepherd Rescue acts as a guardian which uses 100% of the money donated for their dogs.
2. Westside German Shepherd Rescue of Los Angelas
Started in 2002, Westside German Sheperd Rescue Los Angelas is an esteemed Rescue in Los Angelas, California. At the time of this writing, they have 80 dogs as their kennel. They have adoption counselors at the ready to help you pick the right German Shepherd for your family.
This German Shepherd Rescue is a mostly volunteer-based 501(c)(3) organization. All of the support they receive is from adopters and fans. They have found loving homes for over 13,000 dogs so far.
3. Brightstar German Shepherd Rescue
BrightStar German Shepherd Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Rochester, New York. They have been saving German Shepherds since 2002. Every year, Brightstar matches hundreds of homeless Shepherds with loving homes. They are a dedicated team of volunteers composed of experienced owners, trainers, handlers, and German Shepherd Dog lovers that all share the same goal.
This German Shepherd Rescue has a lengthy screening process that ensures the quality and commitment of each home. Prior to adoption, their dogs live in foster homes where they are socialized, trained, and embraced until adoption. Their dogs receive excellent veterinary care that includes spaying and neutering. All of their dogs are altered before adoption.
4. Oklahoma German Shepherd Rescue
Oklahoma German Shepherd Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their mission is to rescue and find permanent homes for German Shepherds. All of their dogs live in private homes until they are adopted. This German Shepherd Rescue is an all-volunteer organization.
5. Saving Shepherds of Minnesota
Saving Shepherds of Minnesota is a foster-based, 501(c)(3), volunteer-driven rescue in Roseville, Minnesota. They have paired over 600 German Shepherds with loving families since 2015. This Rescue is grounded on dedication, love, and determination. They rely solely on volunteers and donations to support their cause.
Every dog they take under their wing receives the highest quality veterinary care from Paws and Claws Pet Hospital in Maple Grove, led by Dr. Melco. In addition, this German Shepherd Rescue utilizes many emergency veterinary clinics through the Twin Cities area.