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Tag: shelter

Oliver is Safe!

What do you call an adult all liver German Shorthaired Pointer that is rescued from an animal shelter? Oliver, of course! “Animal Shelters Are Empty” was a recent
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Zephyr is Safe!

California GSP Rescue doesn’t know when German Shorthaired Pointers will show up at a shelter needing to be rescued. Notification of a GSP at a shelter can come
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Cletus is Safe!

We Don’t Always Know Rescuing dogs from shelters, we often don’t know what to expect. Most of the time we are made aware of the dogs early on
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Obi is Safe!

Obi, afraid and scared at the shelter, sat waiting his fate over the Fourth of July weekend. Read what happens.
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Hitch Is Safe!

Hitch showed up at a remote shelter as a stray. As the mandatory holding period end neared, the patches of missing fur on his face and body made
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Tyrion is Safe!

Tyrion was named Josh at the local Los Angeles shelter, and shortly after his arrival, we received notification that he had been picked up as a stray. A
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Buddy is Safe!

Buddy came to a local shelter a little less than a week before we were notified about him. Since he hadn’t yet been made available to the public,
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Rocky is Safe!

It’s been a busy summer with dogs needing medical. When California GSP Rescue inquired about Rocky, we learned that his toenail was missing and the shelter was concerned
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Gunther is Safe

“His leg isn’t broken – we had the Vet take an x-ray” An audible sigh of relief after the Animal Control Officer (ACO) gave more information about a
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Sammi is Safe!

Imagine being at a shelter and seeing a sweet, young dog, that we’ll call Sammi, being dropped off by their owner. The only information given to the front
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Jackson Is Safe!

Jackson had been at the shelter for nearly two months before California GSP Rescue received an email from a shelter volunteer named Lana letting the rescue know about
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