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Welcome to the Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort, Inc. website!  

Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort, Inc. or S.H.A.R.E. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Florida corporation whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find loving homes for German Shepherd Dogs in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. We work tirelessly to save these regal dogs from high kill shelters throughout the South Florida region. Many of the dogs we rescue are scheduled to be euthanized or have special needs that require medical treatment (such as heartworm disease or orthopedic issues from traumatic injuries). Support for S.H.A.R.E. is completely through the work of our unpaid volunteers and supporters through donations.

 



  Luna 1051

Luna! I am a sweet 5 year old gentle , loving Malinois. I LOVE to play and live an active lifestyle but at the end of the day my favorite thing is cuddling with my person in bed or on the couch! I l...read more about Luna 1051

  Owen 1069

Owen is a sweet, handsome 7-8 year old. Owen was a owner surrender. He is dog, and kid friendly. Owen will need some leash training as he does pull. He certainly loves going for walks and is good in...read more about Owen 1069

  Isla 1070

Isla is a 3 year old female Dutch Shepherd.  She is as sweet as can be. Isla can be a little shy at first but she warms up quickly.  Isla just wants to be with her people and she loves child...read more about Isla 1070

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Axe 1071

Axe 1071
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (medium coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description:  Mr. Axe. He is a 2 year old neutered male that finds himself needing a new home, by no fault of his own. An active adopter who likes to jog would be great. We feel he will do best with someone exper... Click for more information...


Bruno 1081

Bruno 1081
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description:  Bruno is a recent Owner surrender. Bruno is a neutered 19 month old.  He loves the car and going to the park and spending time with his humans. He does need to be the only pet in the hom... Click for more information...


Evie 1086

Evie 1086
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Species/Sex: Dog/Female


Houdini 1074

Houdini 1074
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (medium coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description: Houdini is a very sweet dog. He is even tempered and just wants to be with his people. He is fine with other dogs but just prefer his humans. Would make a wonderful companion.  Click for more information...


Isla 1070

Isla 1070
Status: Available
Breed: Dutch Shepherd (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description: Isla is a 3 year old female Dutch Shepherd.  She is as sweet as can be. Isla can be a little shy at first but she warms up quickly.  Isla just wants to be with her people and she loves child... Click for more information...


Jezebel 1077

Jezebel 1077
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (medium coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description:  Jezebel is around 1.5 old. She can take time to warm up to new people, but once she does she's your forever friend. She has a very silly personality and loves jumping and givi... Click for more information...


Lola 1084

Lola 1084
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Species/Sex: Dog/Female
Location: 33496


Lucy 1083

Lucy 1083
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description: Lucy is new to the rescue so we are learning more about her. We are not sure how she does with other dogs yet.  Click for more information...Location: 33496


Luna 1051

Luna 1051
Status: Available
Breed: Belgian Shepherd Malinois (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description:  Luna! I am a sweet 5 year old gentle , loving Malinois. I LOVE to play and live an active lifestyle but at the end of the day my favorite thing is cuddling with my person in bed or on the couch! I l... Click for more information...Location: 33496


Owen 1069

Owen 1069
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (medium coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description:  Owen is a sweet, handsome 7-8 year old. Owen was a owner surrender. He is dog, and kid friendly. Owen will need some leash training as he does pull. He certainly loves going for walks and is good in... Click for more information...




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Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort

Our Mission




Shepherd Help and Rescue is a  German Shepherd Dog  rescue located in the South Florida area. We have been rescuing these beautiful dogs from local high-kill shelters, socializing and vetting them, so that they can be placed for adoption into loving homes. 


We are group of Animal Lovers that have fallen in love with the German Shepherd Breed. We work tireless to save these Regal dogs from high kill shelters. We work primarily out of Dade and Broward County high kill shelters. Most of our dogs were on their last day and scheduled to be euthanized or had special needs that required medical treatment (such as Heart worm or orthopedic issues from Traumatic injuries). We know German Shepherds don't always do well in a shelter setting..and we really try our best to get them out, put them in loving foster homes and get these very intelligent dogs re-homed to appropriate families.


Our organization is run completely by volunteers, and we rely o

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Most of our dogs are located in Boca Raton, Florida.

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Yappy Hour w/ Shepherd Help and Rescue

We are teaming up with SHARE: Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort for a special Yappy Hour Event.

Shepherd Help And Rescue Effort, Inc. is made up of a group of animal lovers who have fallen in love with the German Shepherd breed. Each is a volunteer, donating their time, money and skills to the rescue of these amazing dogs. S.H.A.R.E. volunteers come in all ages, shapes and sizes, just like German Shepherds do. They raise money to pay veterinary bills, they do dog food drives and collect towels and blankets, collars and leashes. Volunteers work at Farmers Markets and other places S.H.A.R.E. pitches its tent to educate the public about the kill shelters and try to find loving homes for these beautiful animals.

German Shepherds generally don’t do well in a shelter setting. They are a breed of dog that thrives on human interaction. They need love and affection to be happy. S.H.A.R.E. tries to place each dog with a foster family who will not only feed and care for and train the dog, but will play and cuddle and lavish the dog with love. S.H.A.R.E.’s ultimate goal is to find permanent homes for each dog with an appropriate family.

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A Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort

Lola 1084

Female, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Scout 1085

Male, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Lucy 1083

Female, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Ziva 1082

Female, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Bruno 1081

Male, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Jezebel 1077

Female, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Houdini 1074

Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

Temba 1073

Female, Senior
German Shepherd Dog

Rex 1072

Male, Adult, Special Needs
German Shepherd Dog

Isla 1070

Female, Adult
Dutch Shepherd

Owen 1069

Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

Axe 1071

Male, Young
German Shepherd Dog

Luna 1051

Female, Adult
Belgian Malinois

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Areas Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort Serves

We primarily serve the Tri-County area of South Florida (Palm Beach County, Broward County, and Miami-Dade.)

Some of our dogs have gone out of state to be trained and work as service dogs with our military vets. We have also done adoptions out of state, but these are considered on a case-by-case basis.

Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort's Adoption Process

We require that all potential adopters complete an adoption application and submit to a home check prior to adoption.

Adoption fees vary from $150 - $500 depending on age of dog. All dogs are spay/neutered and vaccinated prior to adoption.

To submit an application: SHARE Adoption Application

About Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort

Founded in 2011, S.H.A.R.E. consists of a group of animal lovers with a deep passion for the German Shepherd breed. Each volunteer works tirelessly to save these regal dogs from high-kill shelters, specifically within the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County areas. Most of the dogs rescued are on their last day before being put to sleep. These dogs are often rescued right from the euthanasia room. Many of the dogs have special needs and require medical treatment. S.H.A.R.E. provides each and every rescued dog with the health care they need, often providing medical care for various conditions, including heartworm treatments and orthopedic issues from traumatic injuries.

S.H.A.R.E.’s ultimate goal is to find permanent homes for each dog with an appropriate family. Rescued dogs are adopted by families who have a family structure that matches the needs of the individual dog. Some dogs do not do well with young children, or need to be in a home with no other pets. S.H.A.R.E. takes care to place each dog with a family that is the right family for that very special dog.

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Why Should You Adopt?

Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life.

What is the difference between adopting a dog, adopting a cat, adopting a kitten or adopting a puppy versus getting dogs for sale, cats for sale, puppies for sale or kittens for sale from a dog breeder or a cat breeder?

When someone is breeding puppies or breeding kittens, they are creating new dogs and cats who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog, cat, puppy or kitten and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale or buy a cat for sale from a puppy breeder or a kitten breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs and cats who must find homes.

So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder or buying a cat or kitten for sale from a cat breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog, adopt a cat, adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.

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German Shepherd PUPPIES 8 weeks and DAD Play 2020

Who do you get when you adopt a Senior Dog? You get a dog who has gone through the puppy stage, one who knows the difference between your remote control and his toy, one who knows that laying by your feet, watching a movie can be even more fun than jumping and twirling in the air. You get a dog who appreciates you for every moment of attention you give them, every ounce of love. You get a dog who can prove to you that, despite all of the old tales, a senior can bond even more than a puppy and a senior can not only learn new tricks but can also teach you a few of his own. JANSEN is one of those Seniors. As a senior, he doesn’t do the long walks that he once may have enjoyed. Yet, his nickname by some of his favorite volunteers is Dancing JANSEN. He is so happy to see his friends that he literally does a little hopping jig when he sees them. JANSEN loves nothing more than hanging out with you. His favorite thing to do is relax in the sun with his new best volunteer friends. He loves to follow you around too, just to get the attention he knows you have to offer. JANSEN may be a senior, but he still has a lot of life to live, a lot of love to share, and he would love to share that life and love with a new family. Since JANSEN doesn’t like other dogs, he would do best in a single dog home. We can’t wait for you to meet this special boy, and we know he can’t wait to meet you. If you think you may have the right home for JANSEN, let us know! If you are interested Donating, Adopting, or Fostering ❤️one of our dogs, please visit our website and fill out an Adoption/Foster Application or donation link. (www.coastalgsrsd.org) #germanshepherd #coastalgsrsd #gsd #adoptdontshop #fureverfamily #sdrescuedogs #rescuedog #rescuedogsofinstagram #rescuegermanshepherd #cgsrsd #rescuedogsofinstagram

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Best German Shepherd Rescues in Florida! (2021)

German Shepherds are a loyal dog breed that is naturally protective of their territory and family. Moreover, they bond with their owner for life. Therefore, your decision to adopt a German Shepherd in Florida shouldn’t occur on impulse.

If you’re serious about rescuing a German Shepherd in Florida, you should know that they need mental stimulation and their energy needs can be high. It’s also worth noting that this isn’t the kind of dog breed to leave in your yard, isolated, away from the family, or deprived of attention and touch. German Shepherds need exposure to the external world as well as regular exercise. Without appropriate socialization, they’re likely to exhibit aggression towards other dogs, strangers, and may become destructive around your house.

Nevertheless, German Shepherds make great companions and guard dogs. If you feel you’re capable of taking care of this breed, we have a list of the best German Shepherd rescues in Florida to help you find a dog. Below are some of the rescue shelters you can visit to adopt a German Shepherd.

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1. Shepherd Help and Rescue Effort (S.H.A.R.E) Florida

SHARE is a nonprofit corporation based in Boca Raton, Florida. Their goal is to rehabilitate, rescue, and re-home German Shepherds in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. The volunteer-based nonprofit works to save German Shepherds from shelters located throughout South Florida.

Several of the German Shepherds that end up in the rescue’s care are usually scheduled for euthanization while others need medical treatment. The SHARE German Shepherd rescue works with volunteers and accepts funds from donations and supporters.

Shepherd Help And Rescue Effort also allows you to volunteer for their German Shepherd rescues, transport dogs, help with dog walking, or play with dogs that need some attention. You can also help with fundraising, event planning, photography, or videography if you are good at it. You can also help at Adoption Events. If you’re ready to rescue a German Shepherd in Florida, consider volunteering for this shelter.

Adoption Process

The goal of adoption is to match the needs and temperaments of the rescued German Shepherds to prospective adopters. The rescue’s adoption coordinators work with applicants through the process to make sure the dog they adopt compliments their activity level and family’s life.

Potential adopters and rescue dogs undergo careful screening to make sure the German Shepherd matches the right dog with a suitable home. If a compatible dog is unavailable when submitting your application, the rescue will maintain your application until a compatible one becomes available.

German Shepherd Rescue Details

2. SouthWest Florida German Shepherd Rescue

Founded in 2007, this German Shepherd rescue in Florida accepts dogs from owner surrenders and shelters. The rescue’s mission involves taking in discarded dogs, providing a positive environment, medical attention, and love before securing them permanent homes statewide and in the local communities.

SouthWest Florida German Shepherd Rescue accepts abandoned German Shepherds and those that have been surrendered by owners who can’t keep them for various reasons like barking, destructive behavior, death in the family, or financial instability. Subsequently, the rescue covers the necessary treatment costs as they await placement into adoptive families.

Meanwhile, the German Shepherds receive care and love in a safe environment before the rescue can match them with suitable adoptive families. While the rescue deals mostly with German Shepherds, they occasionally adopt other dog breeds depending on the case.

Potential adoptive families must send the rescue an email to schedule an interview. Alternatively, you can complete an online application. Interviews typically take place in Punta Gorda, Florida, or at the residence of a board member who lives close to you.

Ideally, potential adopters must have owned a German Shepherd previously and need to be familiar with the dog breed. Moreover, the rescue is ready to work with those who are willing to train the dog and socialize it.

Adoption Process

This process starts with an interview based on the gathered information from applicants. Typically, this German Shepherd rescue will inquire about an applicant’s current pets as well as require proof of updated vaccinations.

The rescue will equally require information on the chosen veterinarian, an applicant’s training experience, and their commitment. In addition, the rescue will also organize a meeting with the prospective adoptive family. Upon qualifying, an applicant will need to sign an agreement concerning the dog’s care.

They’ll also sign a letter indemnifying the rescue from any legal matter or liability surrounding any dog they’ve received from the rescue. Upon adoption, the rescue expects the adopter to issue the vet’s address and name for verification.

Surrender Process

The rescue charges between $225 and $350 for any dog surrendered at the rescue depending on the dog’s medical condition. If the surrendered German Shepherd hasn’t undergone neutering or spaying, the owner will incur a $350 charge for a female or male dog.

However, if the dog is up to date on vaccinations, the owner will pay a $225 turn-in fee. At the time of surrender, the rescue expects a dog owner to issue the dog’s medical records together with the contact details of the veterinarian. Owners will also cover the costs of a heartworm test before surrendering the dog.

The rescue will take back any of its rescue dogs any time, but won’t issue a refund unless the dog’s return occurs within 14 days from the adoption. The rescue rarely handles German Shepherd rescue puppies, but whenever they do, the free structure differs slightly from typical adult adoption.

In such cases, the rescue will expect the owner to ensure the puppy undergoes appropriate training and neutering. The fees you’ll incur for puppies aged between 8 weeks and 6 months is $750.

German Shepherd Rescue Details

3. Big Cypress German Shepherd Rescue Florida

Big Cypress German Shepherd Rescue is committed to rescuing abandoned, homeless, and unwanted German Shepherds and puppies. The nonprofit rehabilitates dogs that end up in their care physically, emotionally, and medically before placing them in appropriate adoptive families.

If you’re not ready to rescue a German Shepherd in Florida, you can also donate, volunteer, or foster dogs. Foster a German Shepherd is a great way to get to know this dog breed without any long-term commitment. Typically, fostering can last anywhere from two weeks to several months depending not the dog’s circumstances.

German Shepherd Rescue Details

Why you should Rescue a German Shepherd in Florida

We have given a list of all the places you can adopt a German Shepherd from in Florida. With all this in mind, we hope to have provided you with all the information needed to rescue your future pet!

Remember, adopting a German Shepherd is a huge life decision that demands careful consideration and thought. You must equally be ready to meet the dog’s needs o a long-term basis. Here are some reasons why you should consider adopting a German Shepherd in Florida.

1. Give a rescue dog another chance

Each year, it’s approximated that over 1 million cats and dogs undergo euthanization in the United States. These figures will go down tremendously if each one of us were to adopt a dog instead of buying one. This would also decrease the number of puppy mills that create unhealthy dogs.

Also, many of these shelter animals have had a past history of neglect, cruelty, and abandonment. By adopting such animals, you’ll be giving them a second chance at a good quality of life which these animals deserve.

Staff at German Shepherd rescues in Florida work tirelessly to help, rehabilitate, and nurse injured dogs back to health. They also feed and take care of the animal. However, they’re still not able to find a possible family and hence are forced to euthanize the animal due to lack of space or lack of funds. Rescuing saves a dog’s life.

2. You will save money

Shelters often spay, neuter, and vaccinate the animals under their care. This saves you a lot of money because you don’t have to pay for these procedures and it also ensures that the pet that you’re taking home is healthy.

Also, adopting a pet is always much cheaper than buying one from the breeders. Shelters only charge a low adoption fee (which is a small part of the costs the shelter incurs for the maintenance of the animal). Spaying and neutering also ensures that pet overpopulation is controlled.

3. You will help break the cycle of pet overpopulation

As kittens and puppies are in demand, there’s a practice of mass breeding being followed by pet shops and puppy farms. Adopting an older animal will help stop this illegal breeding of puppies and kittens for the sole purpose of maximizing profits, and help slow down the cycle of pet overpopulation which leads to millions of pets being euthanized each year.

4. Your house will thank you for adopting!

Kittens and puppies tend to claw, scratch, and scrape the surfaces of cushions and carpets. Having an older animal for a pet means it’s typically already trained, past the teething phase, and is more obedient.

The German Shepherd is one of America’s most famous dog breeds, which originated from Germany, as the name rightfully suggests. This breed of dog makes an excellent guard dog, guide dog for the blind, and search and rescue dog because of its guarding instincts, courage, and loyalty qualities. However, these dogs often find themselves in rescue homes because owners can no longer care for a large dog. German Shepherds don’t fully mature until about three years of age and hence even puppies find their way into rescue homes because people don’t want to live with a hyper-excited big dog

Conclusion for German Shepherd Rescues in Florida

The German Shepherd is one of America’s most famous dog breeds, which originated from Germany, as the name rightfully suggests. This breed of dog makes an excellent guard dog, guide dog for the blind, and search and rescue dog because of its guarding instincts, courage, and loyalty qualities.

However, these dogs often find themselves in rescue homes because owners can no longer care for a large dog. German Shepherds don’t fully mature until about three years of age and hence even puppies find their way into rescue homes because people don’t want to live with a hyper-excited big dog. 

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