North Carolina Rescues

Diana Hartsoe
GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE & ADOPTIONS

 

Rescue Resource
Contact Name(s) Diana Hartsoe
Street Address 9176 N Hwy 10
City Vale
State/Province
Country USA
Phone Number 704 462 2861
Mobile/Cell Phone
Email d_hartsoe@yahoo.com
Web Site http://members.tripod.com/~DavidnDiana/
Description We would like to be placed on the rescue list for GSDs needing homes or placement

 

Rescue Resource GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE
Contact Name(s) Kathy Dragon
Street Address PO BOX 8
City Elon College
State/Province NC
Country UNITED STATES
Phone Number 336-570-2016
Mobile/Cell Phone
Email GSDRes@aol.com
Web Site http://www.angelfire.com/nc/gsr/index.html
Description German Shepherd Rescue is dedicated to careing for unwanted German Shepherd Dogs.  We currently serve Guilford County and Alamance County, and surrounding areas as needed.  Most of our dog come to us as stray animals, but a small number are owner released.  All of our dogs are checked by our vet, and given all vaccines, necessary medical care and are spayed or neutered before they are eligable for adoption.  No dog adopted from our rescue will be allowed to produce offspring.  We are always looking for people who are willing to become foster parents and volunteers.  Please visit our site, and we hope you enjoy it.

 

Rescue Resource GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE & ADOPTIONS
Contact Name(s)
Street Address PO BOX 19272
City RALEIGH
State/Province
Country UNITED STATES
Phone Number 919-547-4247
Mobile/Cell Phone
Email TINYB@BELLSOUTH.NET
Web Site http://WWW.MINDSPRING.COM/~RESCUE/
Description We are a non-profit organization based out of North Carolina, dedicated to saving dogs, most notably German Shepherd Dogs and Shepherd mixes. We get dogs and puppies from many different places including animal shelters, animal cruelty investigations and individuals that for one reason or another, are not keeping their dogs.  When we take a dog or puppy into the rescue, we make a commitment to that animal to try to make sure that it will be happy and healthy for the the rest of its long life. In placing our dogs, we have a lengthy interview/screening process to assure the quality and commitment of each home. Before adoption, our dogs live in foster homes where they live as part of the family, being socialized, trained, loved and spoiled until adoption. Our dogs receive the best of veterinary care including spaying and neutering. We do any veterinary procedures deemed necessary including (but not limited to) treatment of heartworms, parvo, distemper, stomache torsion, and surgery for hip dysplasia. These are a few medical procedures we run up against somewhat regularly. 85% of our dogs have heartworms when we get them and they are automatically treated by an area veterinarian. Again, we make a strong commitment to our dogs.