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Rescue Spotlight: New Beginnings Shepherd Rescue
Posted by Abby Rosenberg on November 25, 2012
Filed under PetMeds Spotlight

Based in South Carolina, New Beginnings Shepherd Rescue (NBSR) was formed to help rescue German Shepherds from kill shelters and find loving permanent homes for them. This non-profit breed-specific rescue group focuses on abandoned, homeless and unwanted German Shepherds and provides needed veterinary care, training and rehabilitation until the dogs are ready for adoption. The dogs are placed into loving foster care and they try to match each dog to the family best suited for each dog.

If you’re interested in adopting a German Shepherd, the NBSR website has a listing of dogs available for adoption as well as an online adoption application. If you are not able to adopt but would still like to assist this organization, consider applying to provide a temporary foster home for a dog in need, or volunteer to help in other ways. New Beginnings Shepherd Rescue can always use monetary donations, which are tax deductible and used for the rescue care and upkeep of the dogs. Additionally, you can donate needed supplies from their Wish List such as dog food, dog treats, dog toys, grooming supplies, and blankets or towels. PetMeds was proud to help support this group with a donation of pet supplies.

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2 Responses to “Rescue Spotlight: New Beginnings Shepherd Rescue”

  1. margerry on 25 Nov 2012 at 7:10 pm #

    Looking for young female house trained, good with children, cats and other dogs. responsible home owners in rural Alabama on two acres. Wanted mostly for indoor protection and company, but can run around all she wants outside. If she is not a good fit, keep us in mind if you find one that would be suitable. Margerry Smith

  2. Brinda Russell on 25 Nov 2012 at 8:01 pm #

    I live in Courtry out side of Andalusia, Alabama and I very interest in adopting a German Shepard! I do not know what is require of me to rescue a German Shepard. I love dogs and have trained alot of dogs with the basic training! i would love the German Sherpard and provide a loving home for him!
    My email was word so I change it! Sorry resubmitting!

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