Available for Adoption

Adoption Application - please download and email to dbgsdrescue@yahoo.com

Adoption Application 476.3KB Dec 27, 2015 10:41 AM

 


Macy is a 9 month old Belgian Malinois (possibly mixed with a Dutch Shepherd), who was living her life chained up to a tree in someone's front yard, along with her 3 siblings. She was confiscated by Animal Control and ended up in a Pasco County shelter, prior to coming in to our rescue. Macy spent a few weeks in our temporary holding place in Suwannee County and she is now in a foster home in Ormond Beach, FL.

She is a low confidence dog who is unsure of her surroundings and afraid of new environments, therefore she needs an adopter who has some knowledge and common sense when bringing her to a new home. She does not like dogs in her face right away although she is good with dogs (and cats) once she feels comfortable and truly loves playing with them when she's ready so a home with another playful dog would be great for her. Macy has a sweet and loving personality, she is very affectionate and will sit on your lap and cuddle with you or sleep in bed next to you, if you let her. She is housebroken and crate trained. Her adoption fee is $250.

 

 

Kellie is a 1.5 year old dark sable male who was originally purchased in Europe by a Law Enforcement agency but did not perform up to their expectations so he is now looking for a forever home.
We are looking for a WORKING DOG type home only, meaning a dog trainer, a K9 handler or someone who does dock diving, agility or some type of sports with their animals.
Kellie has a high energy drive and has never lived in a house so he needs a home with someone who will help him transition from what he was trained for to being a house dog.
He is non reactive to other dogs at the facility but has not been cat tested.
His adoption fee is $250

 

 

Jaxx is a 4 year old sable male who was originally purchased from Europe and went through basic law enforcement dog training to become a working dog but his drive was not up to the expectations and he was re-homed to be a family dog. For the last two years, Jaxx has lived with a family who consisted of 2 adults, 2 teenagers and a recently added puppy. The energy of the household was occasionally chaotic with multiple neighborhood kids coming in and out of the house and the yard and Jaxx nipped at one of the children, which caused that family to return him. He went from living in a home surrounded by love and care back to the kennels that he originally came from.
Jaxx is up to date on shots, neutered and microchipped. He is housebroken but has not been crate trained. He is a wonderful dog that needs a loyal owner who will commit to giving him a true forever home and not give up on him.
He has a friendly and affecionate personality, enjoys his time playing with a ball or kong and walks well on leash. He has not been around cats.
JAxx' adoption fee is $250.

 

 

Duno is a 1.5 year old black male who was originally purchased in Europe by a Law Enforcement agency but did not perform up to their expectations so he is now looking for a forever home.
We are looking for a WORKING DOG type home only, meaning a dog trainer, a K9 handler or someone who does dock diving, agility or some type of sports with their animals.
Duno has a high energy drive and has never lived in a house so he needs a home with someone who will help him transition from what he was trained for to being a house dog.
He is non reactive to other dogs at the facility but has not been cat tested.
His adoption fee is $250

 

 

Gypsy is a 6 month old silver sable female who was dropped off at the Moultrie County animal shelter in GA prior to her arrival to our rescue. She has a sweet and affectionate personality and is submissive with other dogs of all sizes. She has also tested well around the cats at the shelter. She is currently in a foster home in Jacksonville and pending vetting. Her adoption fee is $300.

 

 

Saved from Thomasville Humane Society on 11/24/2018 Maggie is a 10 month old cream German Shepherd who was an owner surrender to the shelter prior to her coming to our rescue. She is a sweet little girl, on a smaller side but she is currently underweight and not fully grown. Maggie is a little unsure of new people and new surroundings, but once you give her a treat, you will have a best friend for life. At this time, she does not take treats from your hand gently but it's something that we are working on and she's making progress. Maggie has a silly and affectionate personality, she follows her foster parents to the couch and dives into their lap for snuggles. She is in a foster home in New Smyrna Beach, which she shares with 3 other German Shepherds. We do not know how she is around cats. She will do fine with well behaved children. She is not a fan of a crate when left alone for 8 hours a day and she will try to get out of it so a family that is willing to work on crate training or one that is home more than an average work day would be the best fit for her. She has had an occasional accident in the house since her arrival so housebreaking is also work in progress. Maggie's adoption fee is $300