Southern California German Shepherd Rescue is constantly on the lookout for shepherds that are in need of rescue, especially from shelters that euthanize dogs fairly quick.
They heard of Abby at the Humane Society of Imperial County. The mother and pups were in a semi-feral situation, which usually means they were being raised in undomesticated conditions, with no human contact.
SCGSR picked her up in Imperial County and found Abby was the friendliest and most shepherdy of the litter. She is approximately 8 weeks old and believed to be a shepherd mix. Her siblings looked more like labs so they went to the Lab Rescue of San Diego.
The young pup was checked out by their vet before going on to a foster home. She has acclimated quite well to her new home and the family a you can see by the accompanying pictures. She is good with other dogs, cats and children.
The organizations founder Marcy says, “She’s very social with both dogs and people. Her rough start in life hasn’t made a dent on her good personality. Abby is already athletic and loves to run, jump a play at her early age!” Marcy continues, “she is possibly a lab shepherd cross, but will be on the small side. But that’s just a guess, ‘case she ain’t talkin. Yet!
Abby is a bit on the small side for her breed, but with the good food she is getting as well as the love from her foster family, she will adjust and fill out nicely. It won’t be too long before this baby is ready to move on to her forever home.
If you live in the San Diego area and would like to meet with Abby, fill out an adoption application on SCGSR website. If you are unable to adopt at this time, they can always use volunteers and foster families. There are applications for both on the site.
Remember, your donations are tax deductible as this is a non-profit organization. So please donate or sponsor a dog if you can. All the money goes to the dogs. Your support can keep these animals healthy and happy.
For more info:
You can see some puppies on the Rescue on Ustream.tv, check this link out.
SCGSR Facebook page
Triad fans watch new pups born in San Diego Rescue for homeless and abused German Shepherds
Southern California German Shephard Rescue (part I), the special world of Telly and Kojak
Southern California German Shephard Rescue (part II) the miracle of Anke’s pups – growing up
Puppy shower on the internet for adoptable pups at So. CA German Shepherd Rescue
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