Rescue

This page is available for listing German Shepherd Dogs who need to be re-homed. The German Shepherd Dog Club of Oregon feels a strong responsibility to assist owners of GSDs in finding homes for dogs they can no longer retain. We will list information provided by the owners. As we do not know the dogs, we cannot guarantee the information.

If you have a dog you are attempting to re-home, please email our web master for details on listing your dog here. This is for rescue dogs and not a "for sale" page. Costs should be limited to spay/neuter costs, donations to a rescue service or shipping costs. If you are looking for a dog, please consider these dogs. We also suggest you check out Pet Finders

Local Shelters with German Shepherds needing homes:


Diesel

Diesel is a 3 year, ten month old German shepherd who is as energetic as a six month old pup. He is a very loving dog and loves attention from just about anyone. He gets along well with other dogs, big or small, and also does well with children. Diesel currently lives in town with an average sized yard, surrounded by three other dogs in adjacent yards. All of the dogs and noises around him that he can't clearly see stress him out, which has led to a barking issue. Only at home in the cedar fenced yard is this an issue. Diesel is current on all shots, neutered, and very well house trained. He is truly a great dog with a lot of love to give, but he would do much better out in the country, with more room to roam and an owner with more time to challenge his intelligent mind. With any questions regarding diesel please call/text Tim at 541-223-8836

Shadow


Shadow, eager to go, eager to please, is a 2-year, 10-month old black shepherd. He’s neutered, chipped (through Petsmart), and up-to-date on shots. Shadow loves kids, other dogs, and people generally, but he wants to chase cattle and chickens – which is why he can’t stay on the cattle ranch where he’s currently living. We don’t know how he feels about cats because there aren’t any on the ranch – or any the people there know about. He seems to have had some training (which hasn’t been recently maintained), but is eager to learn and wants to please. H e’s about 95 lbs., with some of that being fat – his person died and he’s not had consistent care, so he’s had a chance to put on extra weight. This is an active, happy dog who deserves a family who can love and play with him. If you need more information, please call Barbara Derkacht 503-631-3063 who will put you in touch with her sister who’s got Shadow at her farm in Fall City, WA.


Griffey

Griffey is placed


DIESEL




Mia

Placed

ACORN


PLACED


MOLLY
PLACED


Zeke, Kody,Kona,Pepper and Cleo are PLACED





Placed Dogs