German Shepherd Dog Rescue
Beautiful German Shepherd Dogs need your help
German Shepherd Dog Rescue South Australia Inc.
We are a charitable organisation dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of German Shepherds
and to the support and education of German Shepherd owners and the public about this special breed.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) Tick of Charity Registration is designed to reassure the public that a charity is accountable and transparent. The ACNC regulates the charity sector in Australia by collecting information and publishing the annual information statements and financial reports of registered charities, as well as providing education, guidance and advice to ensure charities are meeting and complying with obligations. German Shepherd Rescue South Australia Inc. ABN: 66 897 175 800 is proud that we have received our Registered Charity tick from the ACNC.
Find out more about our status as a Registered Charity here.
We are a team of volunteers from all walks of life united by our passion for German Shepherds. In the past some of us have volunteered for other rescue organisations, to whom we owe a debt of gratitude for teaching us so much about this stunning breed and about how to give chances to those who have had none.
We humans prefer to stay out of the spotlight but we believe our dogs deserve to shine. Our own dogs are examples of what love, understanding and experience can bring to German Shepherds who may not have known much love in the past.
While for some of our rescue dogs our support means helping them to overcome their fears, anxieties and pasts, for each and every one it is about finding them the perfect forever family.
Why do German Shepherds need a rescue?
This is a question we often get asked, and the answer has everything to do with the needs of our special breed. German Shepherds are sensitive, responsive dogs bred to work. They have above average energy and intelligence and need a family who can meet their need for physical and intellectual challenge. For one reason or another, these dogs can find themselves in need of a new home and we are here to help.
Where do our dogs come from?