Tiffany, Magic, and Blitz - Three Special Dogs
Tiffany, Magic, and Blitz are three of our special dogs looking for their forever homes.
TIFFANY was a casualty of Superstorm Sandy and difficult economic times for her owner. When she arrived at GSGSR, Tiffany's ears were badly infected. After other treatments failed, her ear canals had to be removed. Now fully recovered from the surgery, she is no longer in pain and does not require any special care.
MAGIC was confiscated as an abuse case and surrendered to GSGSR just before Christmas. Her ears were so infected that it required 2 surgeries to fix the damage. Despite all she has been through Magic loves being around people and is one of the happiest dogs you will meet.
BLITZ is a young, friendly dog with plenty of enthusiasm, energy and love! He enjoys playing with just about any toy. He had experienced an episode of an epileptic seizures and is currently on Phenobarbital. Since being on the medication for the past three months, he has not had another episode.
Welcome to the Garden State German Shepherd Rescue web site. We are a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming German Shepherd Dogs. We are a full service rescue and referral organization serving New Jersey, parts of Delaware Valley, parts of Staten Island, and parts of Rockland County.
GSGSR foster dogs are rescued from shelters and pounds in New Jersey where most were facing euthanasia. Once in our program our dogs receive all necessary medical
attention, which can range from updating vaccinations, spay/neutering, to more intensive surgical care if necessary.
We also provide an owner referral service, where GSGSR works with the
current owner to provide a new and loving home for their German Shepherd.
If you would like to help us help German Shepherds, we are always in need of volunteers. Foster homes are especially needed, but if you can't foster there are many other volunteer opportunities that require less time commitments.
Please visit our Volunteer page for more information.
The adoption fees that we collect help to defray our expenses for veterinary care but do not cover the amount spent on each dog. Our income is derived from adoption fees, donations and fund raising activities; all of which goes to care for the dogs. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.