Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue

Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue

P.O. Box 2846
Novato, California 94948
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Local Phone: (855) 473-5683
E-mail: info@bayareagsr.org

We love German Shepherd Dogs for all the same reasons you are looking here today. They are loyal, intelligent and beautiful animals and it breaks our hearts to think of them suffering or dying in shelters.

We are a 100% volunteer organization funded by donations from people just like you. Our team is made up of dog lovers who give up their time to find loving forever homes for our dogs. The team has fostered and saved over one thousand German Shepherd Dogs!

Most of our dogs come from shelters where they have been abandoned. Some come from owners who, no longer able to care for them, give their dog to us to find a loving forever home. The good news is that we encounter few dogs that have been abused or seriously mistreated.

Each dog that comes into our program is carefully evaluated and then placed into a foster home. No boarding kennels for our dogs! We passionately believe that by living with our dogs we can learn more about them. Once we have spent some time getting to know each dog, we make the dog available for adoption.

When you apply to adopt one of our dogs you will go through an adoption pro cess where we learn more about you, your experience and your lifestyle. Our goal is to offer you a service wherein you find your perfect dog!

Many of our adopters decide to volunteer and help more of the dogs. It’s a rewarding activity (no matter how big or small your role) that you know helps the dogs as well. Some prefer to donate. Every $ we receive goes for the dogs.

Photo: Charlie - Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
Photo: Charlie - Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
If you're seeking a calm, easygoing companion for your road trips who's also happy to just hang out with you around the house, look no further than 6-year-old Charlie, who's seeking a new home through the adoption program at Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue

This guy has a mild demeanor, pays attention, and likes to please. When out and about, he just wants to get along with everybody, human and canine. When barked at by more excitable dogs, Charlie keeps his cool. Hey, he even gets along with cats! more »
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Photo: Rex - Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
Photo: Rex - Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue
Meet the lovely Rex, the perfect companion for your DogTreks and family outings. He's a big, happy guy, who gets along great with people, dogs…and cats too! He's your guy for fetch, hikes, beach trips, and beyond. When it's time to chill at home, his house manners are excellent, and he sleeps all night in his crate.

This three-year-old German shepherd dog is currently enjoying the hospitality of a foster home in Lake County, thanks to Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue, but he's looking for his own family. more »
Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue 2016
Every day a family in the Bay Area contacts Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue to get help rehoming their German Shepherd Dog. Perhaps surprisingly, BAGSR volunteer Rob Holloway says this is a good thing, because the dog will be safe and BAGSR can help. more »
BAGSR LogoRemember Travis, the German shepherd who found himself abandoned in a taxi, from our recent profile on Petaluma Animal Services? We're happy to report that after a relaxing, rustic stay in his foster home, which came about after PAS reached out to Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue, Travis is now in his forever home. more »
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Dyna

At Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue, it's all about the dogs and what's good for them. Nobody needs unnecessary trauma. Which is why these folks don't just rescue dogs from shelters. They work in a positive, collaborative way with people whose life changes force them to give up their dogs, to keep the beloved pets from ending up in the shelter in the first place.  more »
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