Gemma VP269

Female - Adult German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: GemmaStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 5Weight: 99Estimated Healthy Weight: 99Cats: NoSmall Dogs:...

Dogs Name: GemmaStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 5Weight: 99Estimated Healthy Weight: 99Cats: NoSmall Dogs: NoLarge Dogs: NoKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Knows basic sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: Special Behavioral Needs: Dog aggressiveAbout the Dog: (Bio) Gemma is spayed and microchipped, she is from the West German line, and she is 5 yrs old. Gemma is great with children, especially small children. She knows to be calm and gentle around them. Gemma has an aggressive attitude towards other dogs, while walking at a park when she was 1 ½ yrs old she was attacked by a Bull Mastiff. I was able to get her away from him and she did not have any wounds but her attitude towards other dogs changed after that day. She has never attacked but she will bark and growl at them until she can no longer see them. She is the alpha of the family and does assert her domination over Mekka occasionally. Gemma is best suited for a family that does not have any other pets. Gemma has gotten ahold of an opossum and squirrel so I am not sure a cat would survive around her. I have never tried to introduce her to other dogs other than Mekka out of fear of her attacking. Gemma is very affectionate, loving, and vocal. She wants to be loved on and will put her head in your face until you give her the attention she wants. She is an attention hog! Gemma also loves to eat, she currently weighs 99.4 lbs. If you have food thawing out on the counter and turn your back, it will disappear! We have tried to put her on a diet and did not have any success. She would eat so fast she would vomit.Background of the dog: Gemma has been in her home since she was 6 weeks old. She has fear aggression that can be trained with a proper trainer.DOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Igor

- German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: IgorStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: Ye...

Dogs Name: IgorStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: Too youngCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Too youngHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Igor is 2 weeks oldBackground of the dog: Igor is one of Milla’s puppies who was found under a pile of trash on 11/16/17.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Jacob VP263

Male - Senior German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: JacobStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: MaleAge: 7-8 yearsWeight: 60Estimated Healthy Weight: 62Cats: NoSmall...

Dogs Name: JacobStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: MaleAge: 7-8 yearsWeight: 60Estimated Healthy Weight: 62Cats: NoSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) If Goldilocks and the 3 Bears had included a dog, it would've been like Jacob.He's not too big,​though not ​exactly small. He loves a nice walk, but not too far. And he's the perfect amount of protective, without being combative. He's the alarm system, not quite the bouncer. Yes, he'sjustright.Experts tell us he's approaching his senior years (likely 7-8 yrs old now) but this handsome devil keeps some energy in reserve. Being 100% house broken & crate trained also add to his charm.Almost back up to an ideal weight, he should top out at around 60-62 lbs.Mr. Wonderful is clever, but easily entertained. He'll gladly rest his head on your knee, for as long as you're willing to pet him - and then settle down for a nap, a few feet away.He's perfectly fine with dogs (big & small) and children.Important note: hisintensefascination with cats can be overwhelming.​ ​Like squirrels, they tend to run - and chasing them is too hard to resist. Jacob (affectionately nicknamed JJ) is ready & waiting for his perfect family. The one that'sjustright.Background of the dog: Jacob was pulled from HC in Aug (a few days before hurricane) had an adoption tag, then rescue tag & both fell through. Was a stray beforeADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Kaz

- German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: KazStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: Yes...

Dogs Name: KazStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: Too youngCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Too youngHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Igor is 2 weeks oldBackground of the dog: Kaz is one of Milla’s puppies who was found under a pile of trash on 11/16/17.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Khaleesi VP241

Female - Adult German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: KhaleesiStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 2Weight: 60Estimated Healthy Weight: 60Cats: NoSmall Do...

Dogs Name: KhaleesiStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 2Weight: 60Estimated Healthy Weight: 60Cats: NoSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Meet Khaleesi! Khaleesi is a German Shepherd Mix about 2 years old, weighing in around 60 pounds. She was found missing her right back paw, she has completed her surgeries and has been fitted with a prosthetic. Although this girl is a tripod, it does not slow this firecracker down one bit! She is full of energy and spunk! Khaleesi lives with two other large dogs as well as cats, however we feel she will do best as an only dog or with one other passive dog due to her being a bit of a diva and attention hog. This girl is about as loyal as they come and just wants to have fun with her people all day long but is also good with a nice, relaxing movie night.Background of the dog: ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Lena

- German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: LenaStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: FemaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats:...

Dogs Name: LenaStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: FemaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: Too youngCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Too youngHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Lena is 2 weeks oldBackground of the dog: Lena is one of Milla’s puppies who was found under a pile of trash on 11/16/17.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Leon

- German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: LeonStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: Ye...

Dogs Name: LeonStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: MaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: Too youngCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Too youngHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Leonis 2 weeks oldBackground of the dog: Leon is one of Milla’s puppies who was found under a pile of trash on 11/16/17.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Lexus VP257

Female - Adult German Shepherd Dog


Lucy

Female - Adult German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: LucyStatus: Medically pendingBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 7 yearsWeight: 75Estimated Healthy Weight: 75Cats:...

Dogs Name: LucyStatus: Medically pendingBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 7 yearsWeight: 75Estimated Healthy Weight: 75Cats: NoSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: NoKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: No big dogs or cats, some resource guardingAbout the Dog: (Bio) Meet Lucy!! Lucy is a beautiful, 7 year old, working line sable German Shepherd! She is very true to the breed and would be perfect for any German shepherd lover! Lucy likes to be the big dog of the house so no other large dogs or cats for her.Background of the dog: ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Milla

Female - Adult Belgian Malinois

Dogs Name: MillaStatus: Medically pendingBreed: Belgian MalinoisGender: FemaleAge: 2 yearsWeight: 50Estimated Healthy Weight: 50Cats: No...

Dogs Name: MillaStatus: Medically pendingBreed: Belgian MalinoisGender: FemaleAge: 2 yearsWeight: 50Estimated Healthy Weight: 50Cats: NoSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: NoBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Momma Milla is the kindest, sweetest girl you’ll meet. She’s an excellent momma to her 5 pups, very gentle and loving towards kids of all ages.Background of the dog: Milla was found under a pile of trash with her 5 puppies on 11/16ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Moxie VP261

Female - Young German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: MoxieStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 7 monthsWeight: 41Estimated Healthy Weight: 45-50Cats: Yes...

Dogs Name: MoxieStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 7 monthsWeight: 41Estimated Healthy Weight: 45-50Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Moxie is a young female German Shepherd mix puppy approximately 7 months old. She weighs about 41 pounds and is not expected to get too much bigger. She is spayed and micochipped. She is fully vetted.Moxie is as smart as she is beautiful. She is crate trained and house trained. She lets me know when she wants to go outside for a potty break. Moxie loves to play with other friendly dogs her size. She loves to do her play bow and play tag in the back yard around and around like a race track. She is very well behaved and does not bark at the dogs on the other side of the fence. She does not run at the fence line or body slam on the fence. She does let me know if someone knocks on the door. She has a great warning bark for people knocking on the door. Moxie is an energetic dog that likes to play and she loves to go on walks around the block. She walks nicely on a loose leash and does not pull on her leash. She does not try to chase cats or squirrels. She gets along with small dogs in her foster mom's home.Moxieis a lovebug. She likes to lie down on the floor at my feet to be close to me. She likes to give kisses. She loves children as well. She takes correction well from me or her dog companions in the home. She is still a puppy so they are teaching her good manners. Moxie is very fond of playing with all of the stuffed doggie toys. She has so much fun with them. Moxie learns commands very quickly so she is easy to train. Moxie would love to meet you!ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Samson VP264

Male - Adult German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: SamsonStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: MaleAge: 7 yearsWeight: 85Estimated Healthy Weight: 85Cats: YesSmall...

Dogs Name: SamsonStatus: AvailableBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: MaleAge: 7 yearsWeight: 85Estimated Healthy Weight: 85Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: NoBasic Commands: Sit and comeHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Samson is handsome, Sable GSD who is approximately 7 years old and weighs 84lbs. Sam was rescued after his owners moved and left him behind to fend for himself. He lived most of his life on a chain in the backyard and was severely neglected. Now he is in a foster home and is learning what it is like to be loved unconditionally. He used to cower and run away but in a short time he has learned to trust. Now, he comes up to his foster parents for affection and love. He walks great on a leash and is starting to learn commands. Since he was an outside dog, kennels seem to scare him and he tries to break out so he stays loose in his foster's house during the day. He is a laid back, very well-mannered guy and doesn’t tear anything up. Sam is so submissive and gets along great with every animal he has ever met including his five doggie siblings. We’ve found that other dogs help give him confidence. He is so sweet and even likes his foster's 10 month old son so he would do fine in a house with kids. He will need a family to be patient with him at first but once he comes out of his shell you will have a faithful companion. Background of the dog: Samson was rescued after his owners moved and left him behind to fend for himself. He lived most of his life on a chain in the backyard and was severely neglected.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once your application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Savanna

Female - Adult German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: SavannaStatus: Pending medical treatmentBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 2-4Weight: 58Estimated Healthy Weight: 6...

Dogs Name: SavannaStatus: Pending medical treatmentBreed: German Shepherd DogGender: FemaleAge: 2-4Weight: 58Estimated Healthy Weight: 65-70Cats: NoSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: YesCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Still learningHW Status: PositiveSpecial Medical Needs: Heartworm positive and will need to be spayedSpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Savanna is a sweet, sensitive and independent girl. She likes to be with you at all times and will just snuggle by your side. She is good with other dogs and likes to play around. She has a low-medium energy level and could use some basic training and leash training.Background of the dog: Found on the side of the road by a passerby in Cleveland and brought to Vergi on 11/18/17ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!


Zofia

- German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Name: ZofiaStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: FemaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats:...

Dogs Name: ZofiaStatus: Available in 6 weeksBreed: Awaiting DNA resultsGender: FemaleAge: 2 weeksWeight: Estimated Healthy Weight: Cats: YesSmall Dogs: YesLarge Dogs: YesKids: YesHousebroken: Too youngCrate Trained: YesBasic Commands: Too youngHW Status: NegativeSpecial Medical Needs: NASpecial Behavioral Needs: None KnownAbout the Dog: (Bio) Zofia is 2 weeks oldBackground of the dog: Zofia is one of Milla’s puppies who was found under a pile of trash on 11/16/17.ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE: www.valspalsgsdrescue.orgDisclaimer: The information regarding this dogs temperament and health is fully disclosed to the best of our knowledge. Temperament of a dog can change in different and new environments with new people and pack members. These are the experiences we have had with the dog while living in a foster home. Medical needs can change although we have all our dogs completely vetted and thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and have treated all known medical issues, we do not guarantee the long term health of any dog.About Val’s Pals: We are a non-profit organization that runs solely on monetary donations as well as donated time by volunteers. We do not have any type of a facility and all of our dogs live with foster families in their home. We, the volunteers have full time jobs and families and do rescue in our spare time, we try to move as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please keep this in mind and understand that we get multiple request and emails daily so please be patient with us, as many of us cannot get to these things until we are home from our regular day jobs.Our dogs: Val’s Pals mainly focuses on German Shepherd Dogs and other large breed purebreds or mix breeds. We are dedicated to rescuing as many dogs as we can afford as well as have a foster home for. Many of our dogs come from high kill shelters, as well as strays, un-wanted, neglected and cruelty cases, our focus is to provide them with the proper medical care, socialization as well as love and care. The long term goal is to match them with the right family and home where they will continue to thrive and become loyal and loving members of the family.Applying for a particular dog: You are welcome to list the dog(s) you are most interested in on your application, however if the placement team is already working with previously approved adopters with that particular dog, there is a chance by the time you are approved the dog could no longer be available for adoption. If this happens, the placement coordinator will work with you to meet other dogs in our program that might be a good fit, as well as being first in line once you are approved to meet any new dogs we get in. We do not hold dogs.Application Process: Applications take about 7 to 10 days to process. We are all volunteers, with full time jobs and families that are doing our very best so please be patient. Please make sure your application is completely filled out and your references are expecting our calls, if we have to play phone tag with your references it will slow down the application process. If your application is approved, it will go to the home visit stage, after the home visit if approved to adopt, the placement team will then work with you to start meeting our dogs.If you do not have time to go through the process of the application, please do not apply. We want to match you with the right dog and not just give you a dog that could be all wrong for your family and household, we hope that you will understand this process and work with us by providing as much information as possible to ensure we set you up to meet dogs that will meet your needs. WHILE GOING THOUGH THE APPLICATION AND ADOPTION PROCESS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER, AS THIS IS WHERE THE MAJORITY OF OUR EMAILS WILL END UP.Adoption Process: We require a minimum of three meetings with the dog you are interested in. You must be willing to drive to the foster family for the first meeting. We would like for you to really take the time to get to know the dog to make sure the dog is going to be a good addition to your family. We require that you purchase a large or extra large crate as well as an ID tag with your phone number on it. This is not optional. You will be working with the foster family on the adoption once you have started the meeting process. The foster family will determine if this is a good match since they know the dog the best.Minimum Donation for Adoption: A minimum donation (adoption fee) is required for each adoption, you can find this information on our website. The minimum donation is not negotiable. Nine times out of ten, the dog has cost three times or more than the amount we are adopting it out for. We are a rescue being funded by donations and not a city run shelter where tax dollars are covering vetting cost. Please do not email us and ask us how much our dogs are, this information can be found on our website.Please Note: We do not bring dogs to meet you at request or call you upon request. We are an all-volunteer organization that is board run. The first step to meeting any of our dogs is to fill out the online adoption application. Once you application is processed and if approved, we will be in touch to arrange for you to meet our dogs. Online application here: valspalsgsdrescue.org Thank you for your interest in adopting a Val’s Pals rescue dog!