Hi my name is Doug, and I’m an older guy around 12. Somehow I ended up at the Miami-Dade shelter and SEGSP came to my rescue. I have a bit of arthritis and my foster Mom gives me some supplements and medications to make me more comfortable. I love my humans, and food and, of course a soft place to lay my old bones down. I’m a big guy, so if food is in reach, I think it’ for me. My hearing isn’t as good as it use to be but I do still know my basic commands, like sit and laydown and am house trained. Like all GSP’s I still like to hunt those squirrels.
I am not so good at sharing with other dogs, so a home of my own, where I am the only dog would be great. I guess I am just a little grumpy in my old age.
I am UTD on all my vaccines, spayed, and microchipped. My adoption fee is $187.50. If interested in me, please fill out an adoption application and email my foster Mom Alli at Adoptdoug@gmail.com
Hi there, my name is Bella Blue and I’m currently in Florida. My foster family calls me Bellareeni, and I’m very well-behaved. Word has it I’m the sweetest old girl you will ever meet. I’m 12 years old and thriving. Like, seriously thriving! I LOVE to play with my much younger foster siblings and I’d love to have forever canine siblings for sure.
Although I came to rescue from a sad situation and was grieving the loss of my dad who passed away at age 93, my foster parents and foster GSP siblings are giving me lots of love to help ease the pain. I am resilient, and I know there is forever love out there for me. I’m looking for a forever human that would love to play with me but will also pamper me with cuddling and petting me. And if you forget, I’ll remind you with a gentle pat of my paw (don’t worry, it won’t hurt…it’s just a love nudge).
Besides my other awesome traits, I also have a high prey drive and will spend all my time, if you let me, outside hunting anything I see. Squirrels and lizards have nothing on me – they are so fun to chase. Another thing about me… I’m not a fan of the cold, so I will need a fuzzy jacket (it HAS to be fluffy though because well, I’m a girl through and through).
I’m super smart and my recall is excellent (I love humans so of course I come back to you), and I love to go on our daily walks to hunt lizards and birds. I’m 100% potty trained (of course), however, I’m on medication, taken once a day, to help me with a urinary issue (my foster mom will explain but it’s no big deal). I’m also taking daily supplements for my joints (just like humans do in their older years) and they really work so I’m not in pain.
My perfect home ranges from a semi-active family that enjoys having their dog (me) with them regularly (whoa would that be awesome), to someone that is not as active but is willing to cuddle, love me, and let me hunt out back for a while. Quite the range, I know. I’m hoping to find a family that has it all, but the most important thing is the “love me” part. That’s an absolute requirement.
My foster mom says that anyone who adopts “this sweet girl” will be unbelievably blessed. I happen to know that if you adopt me, then I will also be blessed.
If you’ve made it this far in my bio and you’re interested in all this sweetness, please complete an adoption application (if you haven’t already), then email my foster mom Allyson at email@example.com
The rescue gals say that my adoption fee is only $187.50 because I'm sweet (not really, it's because I'm a senior). SUCH A DEAL!
Hi, my name is Jack, and I am the biggest goofball ever, or so my foster Mom thinks. I am a young guy, just over a year old, and big too. I am tall but still on the skinny side, let’s say lanky. My foster Mom is feeding me a lot, but I go and go all day long. I love to play with my foster sister Babs. She is the best! She puts up with me bugging her all the time and pulling her around by the collar.
Since being with my foster family, I have learned to crate, it’s one of my favorite places now, and stay off the furniture. I still try every now and then and always get busted. I know basic commands. I still need more leash training and since I am young am a work in progress.
I do have one not so good habit and that is counter surfing. Not all the time, mostly in the evening at dinner time. It is just so easy, since I am tall I can reach most anything and what’s a guy to do. I must check it out. I am getting better but I probably will never give it up completely.
My foster Mom says I am the sweetest, not a mean bone in my body. I would love a home with lots of people, a big fenced in yard, another dog to be friends with. I probably am too big and full of energy for a cat and especially, no small children. Older children are good.
My adoption fee is $375. I am up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, neutered, microchipped and young, what a deal! If you think I could be your new family member, please fill an adoption application if you haven’t already and/or email my foster family firstname.lastname@example.org.
My name is Babs, my foster Mom calls me Babbles. I think because I can get full of energy, and she thinks if I were a human, I might tend to babble. But in a good way. I am about 2 ½ years old, almost all liver, spayed and lucky to have my natural tail. I am also petit, about 55 pounds and fit as can be.
I am lucky I get to spend most of my day outside, playing with my best pal and foster buddy Jack. He is much bigger than me and loves to rough house, but I give it right back to him. I get along with most dogs. I have had an encounter with an alpha female, she started it, but I didn’t say no. My foster Mom was upset with both of us. We get along great now.
I am crate trained, know basic commands, do not counter surf (yay) and stay off the furniture unless told it is okay. I could probably use more leash training.
I would love a home with a fenced yard, so I can spend time outside hunting, inside is good too, not as fun as outside. Humans to love on me, and snuggle, give me treats, with four dogs in the house I don’t get to snuggle as much as I would like to. I am okay with a cat, I would prefer another dog or older children to hang out with and play. If I am lucky enough to have another dog to share with, we should have a meet and greet to make sure we like each other first.
My adoption fee is $375. I am up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, spayed, and young, what a deal!
If you think I could be your new family member, please fill an adoption application if you haven’t already and/or email my foster family email@example.com.