We understand that circumstances change through life and sadly due to no fault of their own there are times when people do have to let their dogs go to a new home.
Allowing your dog to come to GSRS means we will be able to find it a new suitable forever home. For those giving up their dogs, it is their greatest wish to know that it will be cared for and have a happy new home.
This is a heartbreaking time for the owner and one we respect with understanding and without pre-judging the situation.
Your application will be treated with the utmost compassion and the strictest confidence.
What you need to do? Please fill in the Rehoming Your Dog online application form.
Do make sure you have the dogs current veterinary information including vaccination records and microchip details at hand, plus we will need your written consent to have any veterinary records released. Once we have received your application a member of our team will call you to discuss the rehoming options.
For your peace of mind even after your dog has been rehomed, all new owners are under contract that if for any reason they unable to keep your dog they must return it to our rescue for safe rehoming.
We highly recommend German Shepherd Rescue South. Our work circumstances had changed and our beautiful boy, Duke, was being left on his own all day. Duke was so beautiful we wanted so much more for him than being left on his own outside in kennel.
Rehoming Duke was the hardest thing we have ever done. I contacted the charity to see if they could help. There was no condemnation or judgment just pure integrity and reassurance to find Duke his forever home.
The charity kept us informed on Dukes progress and potential forever home giving us peace of mind. We are extremely happy that Duke now has his forever home and even has a sister!
The charity goes far above and beyond to help German Shepherds find their right forever home and we would highly recommend them. We are entirely thankful and grateful to them for all their help.