King is a lovely, affectionate and calm boy, waiting to come home with you!
Juliet is a darling, special needs girl.
Dexter found a wonderful forever home!
SCGSR is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, providing spay/neuter and veterinary care, and re-homing German shepherds and other pets in Southern California. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2006, we are funded through tax-deductible donations from adopters and individuals like you who care about the fate of these magnificent companion animals. SCGSR specializes in helping ill and injured or abandoned pets regain their health and placing them into caring, loving forever homes. Together, we can envision a day when companion animals will no longer face inhumane treatment, abandonment or perish in shelters. We are a volunteer-based group who works with foster homes - we do not have a location. Please review our about adoptions page for more information.
Foster Homes Wanted!
Foster homes needed now! Fostering a homeless, helpless dog and placing it in a loving forever home is one of the most rewarding things you'll ever do.
Summit needs a foster home!
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Dirty Thirty - we saved two!
SCGSR was asked by the shelter to help with a group of thirty dogs and puppies rescued from a hoarder. Four month old Nikko and Piper are now safe in our care and recovering from illness and neglect.
Paints Uncorked Fundraiser coming May 31!
Let your creative side shine, while helping rescue German Shepherds!
Addison and Auggie Adopted to Happy Homes!
Congratulations to Addison and Auggie and to their new forever families!
Beautiful Kona is safe with SCGSR.
This girl, who many of us would be proud to have and would adore, lost her home because her family moved to a smaller house and the kids lost interest in her. Kona is available for adoption and will be the love of her next family’s lives – we promised…
Kaiser is quickly recovering from hip surgery! See his video!
Just five days after surgery our darling boy went to his foster home, and you won’t believe how well he’s doing already!