North Dakota German Shepherd Rescue

 

Thank you for all your prayers and All Glory to God, Bentley has been found and is back with his family!

He was found in the Parks Rapid, MN area @ Nov.30th

 

Here is his facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/pages/Bentley-Lost-German-Shephard/1505852549666361?ref=m_notif&notif_t=fbpage_fan_invite

Cindi had a friend who was dog sitting Bentley in the Steele Dawson area (North Dakota) when he went missing. He has been missing since 10/09/14.
He might be around the wildlife refuge along Highway 3 after lake Isabel or may be on his way to Bismarck to find his family. He will be 3 in January. He takes meds daily for a severe food allergy.  He is not an outside dog and very friendly.  Please help Cindi bring him home.  He is an important member of their family.  Has aqua colored collar with his rabies tag. If found or any information please call or text any time day or night.  Cindi 7015276361

 

 

 


 

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 701-526-3633 or email anne@gaardog.com

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 your pet:

  • 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 animal shelter.
  • 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 potential adopters 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 example.
  • 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 develop anxiety.

 


 


The Mondak Humane ociety
Williston, ND
701-577-PETS (7387)
 


 

The Central Dakota Humane Society
Mandan, ND
701-667-2020



4 Luv of Dog Rescue
Fargo, ND
701- 205-0190.


Adopt-a-Pet
Fargo, ND
701-232-5681


 

Souris Valley Animal Shelter
Minot, ND
701-839-6116


Montana German Shepherd Rescue
Hamilton, MT
 406-239-5133
 


 Paws for Life Animal League and Riverton Animal Adoption Center
Riverton, WY
307-857-6002


Snow Capped Shepherd Rescue
White Shepherd Rescue
Denver, CO
303-973-7277

 

 



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