Kai 5393


This is Kai
Kai is a beautiful tan and white femele German Shepherd. But good looks arent everything she is simply a good girl who loves to go on walks. She is quiet and calm in the house, and happy to hang out beside you with her toys. She is smart, learns quickly, and is good on leash.

Contact Kai 5393's Caretaker/Foster Directly: Julie (julie.linker@gmail.com)

 

Virginia German Shepherd Rescue
Strongly supports Heart worm testing and treatment


A direct mesage from the FDA:


  Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, mainly dogs, cats, and ferrets.  It is caused by a parasitic worm called Dirofilaria immitis. The worms are spread through the bite of a mosquito. The dog is the definitive host, meaning that the worms mature into adults, mate, and produce offspring while living inside a dog. The mosquito is the intermediate host, meaning that the worms live inside a mosquito
for a short transition period in order to become infective (able to cause heartworm disease). The worms are called “heartworms” because the adults live in the heart, lungs, and associated blood vessels of an infected animal. 


All VGSR dogs are required to be both tested, and kept on Heart Worm Preventitives. 
It is part of our contract with all adopters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Sassy 3762


Sassy's in the House!
Sassy is large and in charge! Sassy found herself as an owner surrender in a kill shelter. She was on the code red list and had very limited time before VGSR pulled her to save her life. Sassy spent most of her life living chained outside during the day and slept inside a home at night. She has had limited companionship and people interaction. Despite that, she has been friendly with everyone she has met but can be reserved at first.

Please click the button above to read Sassys full story.
Approved adopters may email her foster at gsd2020k9@gmail.com