UK GERMAN SHEPHERD RESCUE
UK German Shepherd Rescue - Rescuing & Rehoming German Shepherd Dogs & Puppies throughout the UK
Our dogs rely entirely on donations, your donations help UK German Shepherd Rescue continue its work in helping the abused, neglected and unwanted German shepherd dogs & puppies in the United Kingdom.
We'll come straight to the point: You can eliminate one or more animal's pain and suffering by a simple and modest donation.
Remember we have no paid staff, not even the boss gets paid or me! Expenses are hardly ever calmed,which are fuel cost only.
Your personal contribution will help us to help even more dogs.
Currently in Liverpool.
Our Adoption Team
Our inhouse adoption team will help you every step of the way to finding your perfect dog, while we take the hard work out of the
adoption process you still need to complete our adoption form to get things started. We are here to help and can give you advice on
all aspects of owning a German Shepherd dog and especially a rescue dog.
Our dedicated adoption team will guide you through your adoption process with expirienced and helpful advice.
Learn more about the adoption process and get your home check passed
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Is a 4 year old, male.
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OFFICIAL UK German Shepherd Rescue Charity - RESCUING & RE-HOMING GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS AND GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES ACROSS ENGLAND & WALES.
Registered in England and Wales / Company Number 07664845 / Registered Charity Number 1160745
Registered address : Elswick Kennels, Bonds Lane, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 3ZE
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Teddy is a 4 year old male German Shepherd x Husky who is neutered, microchipped and vaccinations may be out of date.
Teddy has never
lived with or been around children. He has never lived with a dog and on one occasion out on a walk he mouthed a Shitzu and left a
puncture wound. He will chase cats.
When visitors come to the home Teddy will bark protectively and when workmen come to the home
the owner will put Teddy on a lead to let them in. He is good in the house but will resource guard anything lying on the floor. Owner
has mobility and health problems and makes it difficult for the owner to pick things up resulting in Teddy thinking anything on the
floor is his.
Teddy is ok to be left on his own for a few hours. He does travel in the car and on buses with no problems.
he can be fussy and gets fed somethings that are not good for him and this could be the reason that he sometimes suffers from colitis
due to his diet.
He is fully housetrained and knows his basic commands, he did go to puppy training classes.
Assessor went for a walk
with Teddy and his owner when they first arrived at the property and Teddy ignored everything on his walk and only had eyes for his
owner, ignoring the assessor walking with them. On the walk there was a Jack Russel on the other side of the road barking aggressively
and trying to lunge at Teddy with no reaction from Teddy. He walked passed people in the street with no problems. Whilst out on the
walk Teddy would decide that he didn't want to go a certain way and he would sit down until he knew he was going another direction.
Once the owner and assessor returned to the home assessor was able to enter the home without any reaction from Teddy and he would
freely take treats from the assessor and sit and give paw.
Teddy is nervous of fireworks and on bonfire night he needs to take calming
tablets but remains anxious and cries but doesn't bark.
At the vets Teddy is not happy and at his last appointment he had to be muzzled
and a few people held him to let the vet give him an injection.
Teddy is possibly feeding off his owner's anxiety and inexperience
in how to get the best out of him.
Teddy is currently in Liverpool.