Private Party Dogs

The following dogs are available through private parties and are NOT associated with Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue; they are listed here as a courtesy. Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue has not evaluated these dogs and does not make any claims about or take any responsibility for the temperament or health of any dog listed. Please contact the person or rescue operation indicated in the listing for more information about each dog.

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Contact Briseyda
bbtez03@gmail.com

Duke

2 years / Male

Hi, my name is Duke. I'm a 2-year-old male German Shepherd. I need a new home, where I can enjoy a best friend and/or a family that can have the time to care for me. Unfortunately, my owner does not have the time to care for me or play because of his traveling job that requires him to be out for weeks. I’m friendly, up to date with vaccines, love to play with toys and can accommodate in any environment. I love little humans and I love meeting new people. I am the warmest gesture when you walk into a home.  Posted 1/12/2022

Contact Denise
Denisecrystalkrolik@gmail.com

Chaos

1 years / Male

I live in Fair Oaks and have a one year old German Shepherd puppy named Chaos that I need to find a new home for.  He was born Christmas eve, 2020. I am moving and the apartments don't accept pets so I need to find him a new place. He's only had one set of shots when he was small. He's trained to go the bathroom outside and eats his food and water outside. He's kind of hyper like a puppy would be and is working on not jumping on people. Otherwise, he's pretty behaved, isn't aggressive and doesn't bite. Barely barks. He has no medical issues. Posted 1/06/2022

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Contact Donna
doni6750@gmail.com

Hunter

3.5 years / Male

His name is Hunter he was born April 19 and is 3 1/2 years old male German shepherd. He is very protective and has to be the only dog in the house with no cats. He would do better with older teenagers but can be around family. He loves dog toys and eats Science Diet. I adopted him from the SPCA in April of this year and have another dog, and he hasn’t fully adjusted to my older dog. He cannot go to dog parks because he gets anxious and wines. He’s not really a barker but needs to have a lot of attention. The SPCA said he was left in the back yard the whole time and was under fed, he has put on weight since I’ve had him, and is skittish still if you come up to pet him on the back. He’s a really good dog just needs one on one love with no other animals. He is micro chipped, neutered and is up to date on his shots. He is in Fair Oaks  Posted 12/20/2021

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Contact Paul
209-481-7257

Duke

4 years / Male

Duke is a 4 year old male German Shepherd. He is good with people, but does not like other animals. He is well mannered inside or on property and doesn't run off. Duke was an inside dog with one person who ended up going to nursing home. He's a big dog,125 lbs, he's fixed and has good house manners. He is located in Pine Grove CA, one hour east of Sacramento. Posted 12/20/2021

Contact Oakland Animal Shelter
https://www.oaklandanimalservices.org/adopt/how-to-adopt/

Susie & Frida

IAS Tag # 66023 & 66024

7 months / Females

These two are in foster care and have really started settling in with their foster family. Here is what their foster family reported. They report both dogs are total sweethearts. Neither is chipped. OAS gave them at minimum a first round of all of their vaccines on Monday, plus Flea medication. They are almost certainly sisters. They have no training of any sort (we tried commands in English and Spanish) but we've gotten them started with sit. Both are a bit underweight, are very reactive to noise outside of the house, especially at night. They both will bark at other dogs and people on leash, but are friendly with the resident dog and VERY friendly with the foster family and other humans. No major resource guarding issues with food + water, but they will be protective of toys. Neither responds to the names that we've given them. Both have excellent bite inhibition with humans. Susie is more anxious/reactive to noises, has less bladder control, but is the more energetic of the two. Frida is more protective of toys and has snapped at our pup a few times. She is the more cuddly of the two and has better bladder control (I think she hasn't had an accident in the house since we got her). Susie is pictured on the couch and Frida is pictured on the floor. Posted 12/17/2021