German Shepherd Rescue Scotland

Visit Our Online Store

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German Shepherd t-shirts, fleeces, badges, mugs, mouse mats, cards and much more.

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Giveacar Fundraising Scheme

giveacar smallDo you own a vehicle that you want to sell or get rid of? Then please think about donating it to us through Giveacar!

Click here for more information.

GSD Photographs Needed

German Shepherd PicturesWe need your HIGH QUALITY photographs for our calendars and cards.

For more information about submitting photographs click here.

Dogmatic Headcollars

dogmatic headcollarsYour GSD pulling you off your feet? Check out our Dogmatic headcollars.

 

See our Dogmatic Products

Please Consider Adopting an Older Dog

At a time when we are being asked to take in record numbers of older dogs please read this story and consider adopting a Golden Oldie.

You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks

Jake & Sharkey - Gorgeous Golden Oldies

Read the story of two 12 year old GSDs adopted by one of our volunteers.

Jake & Sharkey's Story

German Shepherd Rescue Scotland

Welcome to the website of German Shepherd Rescue Scotland. Whether you have decided to adopt a German Shepherd, re-home your German Shepherd or you would like to become a volunteer, we hope you enjoy browsing our site.

We have included some helpful information and advice, as well as a gallery of beautiful German Shepherds, most of them rescue dogs. If there is something you would like to see included on the site please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.

The website is regularly updated, so please keep checking back.

PLEASE NOTE: As of 20/05/2014 our landline number has been replaced with mobile number 07748 184 188.

Christmas themed photo competition

If you are on face book our Furry Slefies fundraising page is having a Christmas photo competition.  Please come along and joing us.  £2.00 to enter and all monies go to GSRS.

https://www.facebook.com/furryselfies

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No Rehoming in December

We do not rehome our dogs in December, mainly because Christmas is a hectic time of the year, lots of family visit and this environment is not good for a dog who is leaving its current home and moving to a new one. We try to minimise the stress as much as possible for our dogs. 

This also gives our volunteers a break and allows them to spend time with their families.

We appreciate your understanding in this decision and hope that you appreciate we do it for the dogs.

2015 Calendars now on sale

Our 2015 Calendars (A4 and slimline) are now on sale in our shop.  Once they are gone they are gone so be quick and order yours now

http://www.german-shepherd-rescue-scotland.org.uk/shop/products.php?cat=14

2015 Calendar

We are on Facebook

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Did you know we have a facebook page for our fundraising?  

Come visit us and see whats going on

https://www.facebook.com/GermanShepherdRescueScotlandFundraising

Feed a Rescue Dog - Donate a Bag of Dog Food

A HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS DONATED FOOD FOR YOUR DOGS

You too can help by donating a bag of dog food. German Shepherd Rescue Scotland has teamed up with Ferguson's Pet Supplies (www.fergusonspetsupplies.co.uk) so that our supporters can purchase dog food to be sent directly to our kennels.

Feeding our dogs is one of the biggest costs of running the rescue so every donation of food helps a great deal. We have selected some foods we know our dogs like, all you have to do choose one of the options. It's really easy!

You make your purchase on our website, Ferguson's Pet Supplies receives the order and delivers the food directly to our kennels.

Click here to support our dogs.

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German Shepherd Rescue Scotland has a 'NO KILL' policy but we need your help to keep these dogs safe.

If you visit our site and like the work we do please consider donating. If every visitor donated even just £1 it would help us continue our work.

Make a donation using Virgin Money Giving

Don't forget to Gift Aid your donation if you are a UK tax payer. A big thank you to everyone who has donated.

 

Supported by Burns

Burns Dog Food

Supported by Pets at Home

Pets At Home

Contact Details

Need to re-home your dog?
Call or text 07748 184 188
(10am to 7pm ONLY)

Passed your home-check?
Call or text 07748 184 188
(10am to 7pm ONLY)

General enquiries
Call 07920 060 668
(9am to 7pm ONLY)

Or send us an email.

Please note: German Shepherd Rescue Scotland is run by volunteers. All of our volunteers work from home, we do not have an office.

Telephones are not manned 24/7 but if you text your telephone number we will call you back as soon as possible.

Love German Shepherds? Then you will love our gallery. All the dogs in the gallery are happy rescue dogs or are owned by our volunteers.

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View Our Gallery

Pet Plan Insurance

Support our rescue when you purchase your pet insurance through Pet Plan.

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Training Your Best Friend

german shepherd training manual

David Dee's training manual includes some of the secrets of "dog whispering" (or "dog listening" as some people call it). We believe this method of training can make a substantial contribution to the control of a dog especially where owners are having difficulties.

David is a UK based trainer. His manual costs $19 and has a 60 day money back guarantee. The rescue receives a donation for every copy sold via our website.

Find out more

Dog Rescue Federation

German Shepherd Rescue Scotland is a member of the Dog Rescue Federation.

127,000 reasons to change the law. That’s how many stray and abandoned dogs local authorities in the UK rounded up last year. In the same period at least 11,000 perfectly innocent dogs were put to sleep for no other reason than they were not wanted.

Please visit their website to find out more and add your support. www.dogrescuefederation.org

 

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Like to help?

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You can help us rescue more dogs like Murphy. Just click the button to send us a donation.

All donations gratefully accepted big or small, every penny counts!

Please donate now!

Thank you for caring!

Easy Fundraising

Raise money for us the easy way. Everyone who uses the web can help!

You can help us raise money for the rescue without even leaving your home. It's easy.

For more information go to our Fund Raising page.

PetzPodz

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ID Tags are Law

Did you know that it is illegal not to have an ID tag on your dog? The Control of Dogs Order 1992 states that all dogs must have identification when in a public place.

All dogs must have a tag with the owner's name, address and telephone number on it.

Any dog seen without a collar in public may be seized by the local authority and treated as a stray. The person in charge of the dog and/or the owner of the dog may be prosecuted and fined.

Athough ID tags are a good way to help you get your dog back if it gets lost, we still recommend you microchip your dog. Dogs Trust are offering a free microchipping service for your dog, for more information click here.

Very Important Alert!

German Shepherd Rescue Scotland DO NOT place ads in GUMTREE, AD TRADER OR ANYWHERE ELSE.

If you see any suspicious listings using pictures of dogs on our site please contact us. We will request that they are removed immediately.

Vets Get Scanning

Bruce Forsyth's Vets Get Scanning Appeal

With your help we can get stolen dogs reunited with their rightful owners. A microchip is useless to a stolen dog unless Vets Get Scanning!

The aim of the Vets Get Scanning appeal is to get all Vets, or their receptionists, to scan all dogs on their books and for Vets to adopt a practice policy where all dogs are routinely scanned on their first visit.

Visit their website and sign the petition http://vetsgetscanning.co.uk/.

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We are all looking for a new home

Forever Homes Needed

german shepherd rescue dogsWe have lots of gorgeous German Shepherds waiting to be adopted.

Complete our Adoption Form if you would like to adopt one of the dogs on our site.

Foster Homes Needed

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If you can offer a warm, loving foster home please get in touch.

German Shepherds don't do well in kennels, we would love to have warm foster homes to offer instead of cold concrete kennels. ALL food and expenses will be covered by the rescue.

Success Stories

german shepherd rescue2We love to get pictures and follow-up stories from our families when they adopt a dog from German Shepherd Rescue Scotland.

You can see some of our adopted German Shepherds on our Success Stories page.