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The GSDCV, via our Rehoming program can facilitate in finding homes for German Shepherd Dogs. We are NOT a rescue organisation, but a rehoming service. The Rehoming Coordinators are only able to provide details of people who have dogs that need rehoming. They can NOT take your dog
Information in relation to dogs needing homes is provided and negotiation of adoption arrangements is the responsibility of those who have a dog that needs rehoming and the person(s) wishing to rehome that dog. Animals for rehoming are on a 'referral' basis only i.e. The owner of the dog, and the person interested in adopting the dog, are put in contact with each other. We take no responsibility in the decision or choice of the owner giving up their animal to other persons who may provide the dog with a home.
FEES: If you offer to provide a new home for an available dog, there is an administration fee of $50, payable by you as the 'new' owner of the dog. If you currently own a GSD that you wish to find a new home for using the rehoming service, an administration fee of $50 applies, payable by yourself as the current owner
If you are considering finding a new home for your german shepherd dog, please read the attached article 'do you really have to give up your german shepherd?' before making any final decision.
If you have a dog you wish to rehome, complete the Information Form (download, Save & Send) and contact us below
Anyone willing to offer a very good family home where one of our rescue dogs will live as part of the family please complete the adoption questionnaire (download, Save & Send) and return it to us, and then contact the following:
GSDCV Rehoming Officer: Email us or ring Judy on ph 03 9796 9842
If you have found a lost german shepherd dog, please read the attached Tracing Lost Dogs article, or contact us via our Contacts page on this website.
Dogs Currently Available for Rehoming (below, if available)
Disclaimer: The German Shepherd Dog Club of Victoria offers no warranty of any kind in relation to any dogs offered for rehoming through the Paws for Thought Program. The German Shepherd Dog Club of Victoria does not enter into any negotiations between the owner and buyers or rehomers and remains an independent entity. The Committee of the German Shepherd Dog Club of Victoria reserves its rights to decline or withdraw any listing or cancel this site without prior notice.
Walker is a wonderful five year old male seeking a new home.
He is a very friendly dog and a big softy - he loves cuddles and having his belly rubbed. Walker loves playing fetch, but isn’t that great at bringing the ball back. He is fine with dogs, cats and other animals. He has always been around children and loves them.
Walker hasn’t ever shown any behaviour problems and is an easy dog to live with. He does have a bit of an allergy that can cause ear problems but this is easily managed.
Walker is desexed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped. He is an indoor dog but happy to spend time outside. He is housetrained.
Ring Judy on 9796 9842 is you feel you can give Walker a new home.
Shelby - has a new home !
Albert - has a new home :)
he is a 3 1/2 year old black and tan entire male who is seeking a new home. He is a placid dog, but does enjoy a lot of attention. He loves going for his daily walks, playing games and just being active. He loves water and can swim very well. When left alone at home he needs things to keep him occupied, soft toys, balls etc. He doesn't like cats, but is good around children.
Pebbles....now has a new home
Pebbles is a four and a half year old bitch desexed. Pebbles has a great temperament and will make an exceptional companion. She is good with older children but a little quick on her feet for the younger ones.
Rocky - has found a new home !!
Rocky is a five year old black longcoat German Shepherd. He is a happy and loyal dog, full of energy and extremely playful. He has not been neutered. He has never shown aggression to any person or animal, and is good with kids of all ages. Rocky grew up with two young girls and has been taught how to behave with them. Rocky gets on well most dogs.