North Dakota German Shepherd Rescue
6/11/15 Courtesy posting: 7 yr old female silver sable
German Shepherd in Devil's lake, ND, area
Keesha's family is moving out of state and can not bring her with them. This is
braking their hearts and they really want to find the best home possible for
their beautiful Shepherd. Keesha is used to living outside and would make a
terrific farm dog. She has not been socialized much and is protective of her
yard and family, but she has mellowed with strangers over the years. She loves
their 4 yr old son. She is dominant with other dogs, but should be fine with a
large breed male.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if
Courtesy Postings: These dogs are not in the care of Gaardog Shepherds
and are being posted as a courtesy to their owner. Unless specifically stated to
the contrary, Gaardog Shepherds has not evaluated, met, or in any other way,
interacted with these animals. Consequently, Gaardog Shepherds makes no
representation as to the temperament, health, or suitability of these dogs.
We are a virtual Shepherd rescue (do not house dogs here, only
post them on the website). We help match people by keeping a list of people who are
looking for an adult Shepherd and people who can no longer care for theirs for
one reason or another. If you are either of these, please call 701-850-5657 or
We are also looking for foster homes, people willing to house
and care for a GSD until a forever home can be found.
SURRENDERING A PET
If you feel you can no longer keep
- Ask friends, family, relatives, co-workers
and anybody you know to help get the word out
that you are looking for a home for your pet.
There is a good chance that somebody might know
somebody who knows somebody, and so on, who is
looking for a pet. It will be a much smoother
transition for your pet to move from your home
into a new home versus going to a homeless
- Put an ad in the newspaper. Ask for a
re-homing fee - only give away to people you
know. Remember, you don't have to give your
dog to the first person who answers the ad.
Don't be afraid to ask a lot of questions, or
even ask to see where your pet would be living.
Use your best judgment when interviewing
potential new owners, and go with your gut
feeling about people.
- Place a free ad with us. We ask that
fill out a questionnaire first before giving
them your contact info.
- Make flyers to hang around town. Ask
storeowners if you may place flyers in their
store. Try to post flyers in high traffic
locations - grocery stores, animal supply
stores, veterinary clinics and gas stations, for
- Call your local humane society. Try to use
this as a last resort. Owner-surrendered
animals have a harder time adjusting to shelter
life, and in many cases, become depressed or
The Mondak Humane ociety
The Central Dakota Humane Society
4 Luv of Dog Rescue
Souris Valley Animal Shelter
Montana German Shepherd