Golden State German Shepherd Rescue
PO Box 2956
Alameda, California 94501
Local Phone: (877) 447-4717
Golden State German Shepherd Rescue is a nonprofit charitable organization, with the mission to help German Shepherd Dogs in life-threatening situations, and to educate the public about this highly intelligent and versatile breed. They are a small group of volunteers located mainly in the San Francisco Bay Area and have no paid staff, facility, office or kennel.
Rescue is not simply taking animals out of shelters; it is also providing that animal with the opportunity through health care, behavioral and emotional assistance, to live out its life in a caring and loving home. The goal of the GSGSR is to find loving new homes for German Shepherd Dogs who are in need of a second chance; most of them have come from animal shelters in Northern California, where they have run out of time.
While the volunteers of the GSGSR welcome the challenges that rescue work provides, it is not work they can do alone. They need help in the form of people and financial resources. Please consider joining as a volunteer, a donor, or in any other manner in which you feel you can help. Your participation will be greatly appreciated by all of those at the GSGSR, but - more importantly - by the dogs waiting for our help.
The GSGSR has an adoption day in Walnut Creek the 2nd Sunday of every month, 11:00-2:00, inside Pet Food Express: 1388 South California Blvd., Walnut Creek.
To find out more about Golden State German Shepherd Rescue, click here.
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