Foster Homes Needed
Not all of our rescue Shepherds are lucky enough to be in foster homes; many remain in kennels.
We'd like to place EVERY Rescue dog in a foster home where it can experience the love, care, and attention
it needs and deserves while it is waiting to be adopted.
YOU can foster a German Shepherd Dog! Our network of rescue volunteers is there to help you with advice,
and Rescue pays for the care of the dog including food and authorized veterinary expenses.
Won't you consider fostering a German Shepherd who wants a second chance at a happy life?
Fostering is a very rewarding experience, not only for you, but for the dogs too!
The Thulani Program - Helping the Most Vulnerable
Quick, now get my good side!
Brucey T made his adoption day debut this month, and every one of his handlers couldn't help but giggle through their grins. A senior dog, rolling over for belly rubs and greeting everyone with a smile?! Now THIS is a dog with a zeal for life. Good natured yet strong-willed, Brucey is looking for a like-minded adopter. Bonus points if that human likes other dogs and neighborhood walks! This lovely gentleman will look to learn some new tricks with his next owner, but he tellsus he's pretty excited for the extra time to bond with his new master. Could this be you?
All available Thulani Dogs are also posted at Thulani Dogs
E-mail email@example.com, and click the button below to read Brucey’s complete story:
The Cody Program
Often we are faced with finding the funds to pay for necessary, but expensive treatments. These are what we
call “Special Needs” Rescues. Time constraints usually require that we pay for the expenses from general
funds and then ask for contributions to offset the expenses. Our special needs fund, The Cody
Program, has been established to provide financial support for these special occasions. Donations are used
to pay for veterinary expenses for our Special Needs Shepherds. You can donate to this program by checking
the box in our donation envelope.