MAGSR Females Available for Adoption

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Andora

Andora

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 1 year 1 month
Color: Black
Current Size: 40 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 43 lbs
Housebroken: Unknown
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Yes, older kids
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Amazing Andora and her "A Litter" puppies (Annette, Aime, and Abu) were dumped at a crowded shelter. With limited resources and overwhelming numbers, the shelter could not provide for this family. Although they did everything they could to help all members of the family move forward, shelter staff knew that without rescue help, this family would likely be euthanized as spaces are simply not available. Fortunately, rescue groups began working together to help the entire family move forward safely. When asked if we could provide a safe place to land, we were lucky to be able to team up with another local group in order to ensure that all members of the family moved forward safely. 

Andora and her babies are friendly, interactive, and beyond lovable. As a pocket shepherd, Andora is in many ways a mini shepherd. Her lovely eyes and little tail wags simply fill your heart with joy. Having survived in a crowded, underfunded shelter, this little momma and her babies were granted a miracle and they know it. As Andora did an incredible job raising her babies, it is now time for her to move forward with a family that will cherish her for a lifetime. Clearly socialized with people, Andora has done well with everyone she has met. In new situations, she often needs a moment to adjust; however, with a little kindness and a slow hand, Andora can't help but start to wiggle and lean in for pets. This girl is clearly special. Now that she is in the MAGSR family, Andora is living with an incredible foster family that is teaching her the ins and outs of living in a loving home. She thrives with structure, routine, and leadership. Although Andora is learning about the joys of living in a home, it is important that her new family remember that she will need time to adjust to the routines and expectations of her forever family. With time and patience, we know Andora will meet with success. As Andora is still very young, it is important that her family enroll her in training. This is critical as training will provide Andora with opportunities to socialize, skill building strategies to build confidence, and the strategies needed to become a good canine citizen. Andora is looking for a forever family that will cherish her for a lifetime. If she sounds like the right match for your family, ask to meet this precious girl today!

Update:

We nicknamed her Dori so she answers to either one. She certainly is a joy to be around. She is fully housebroken and is very quiet unless she senses danger. She melts the heart of anyone she meets. She’s learning to walk on a leash, and how to properly walk through doorways. She has very few bad habits that need to change. She gets along well with children and other dogs. She will become attached to you very quickly. She would love to have a family that would love her as much as she loves them. This is one special little girl.


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MAGSR ID: 14608

Babe

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 3 months 6 days
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 10 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: Large
Housebroken: No, I'm a puppy!
Obedience Trained: No, I'm a puppy!
Living with: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Emmie and her seven adorable babies (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Babe) were dumped at an overcrowded shelter in the south. Although Emmie knew that her future was uncertain, she also knew that the 7 little ones (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Babe) that she brought with her were also in danger. As puppy season is in full swing, many furry families of all sizes are finding themselves in tough situations where, unfortunately, many animals do not make it out alive. Fortunately, for this special family, shelter staff began working with a network of rescues to find options, a loving foster family, and the medical support needed to move forward. MAGSR was lucky to have so many people pulling together to help this family move forward into our care. We are honored to move them forward. 

Emmie and her pups have been lucky to have lived in a loving foster family. This gave them all the opportunity to learn some of the ins and outs of living in a home. All of the babies did an incredible job with their foster family and have since moved onto foster homes where they are getting additional love and attention in smaller groups. Babe is friendly, interactive, and a snuggle bug. She loves her furry siblings but is also happy to hang out with her people. Having already begun socializing with new people, animals, and in new environments, Babe is already building a solid foundation. It is imperative that her family continue this process as she moves forward. Babe, like all dogs, will thrive in a home with structure, routine, and leadership. With the right set-up, we know this little love will be impressive. Although Babe is special, please remember that puppies are a lot of work. They will whine, chew, have accidents, and fill your home with endless puppy antics. With time, patience, and training, Babe will become a stable and confident adult. Babe is looking for a forever family that will cherish her for a lifetime. If she sounds like the right match for your family, ask to meet her today!

Update:

Babe is an absolute fluffy love bug.  She is content to sit quietly and watch all the action in the house.  But don’t let her demure demeanor fool you - she will jump in to get into some rowdy play with her siblings too.  She is working on her potty training outside but is definitely a work in progress.  She is beginning to recognize those expectations but hey, she is only 10 weeks old, so she misses sometimes. Typical puppy - messes are expected!  She is also starting to work on leash walking a bit in the yard.  A whole bunch of neighborhood kiddos stopped by the fence to meet her yesterday and she was a friendly and social little gal, happy to kiss and receive rubs from many many little hands.


Update:

Babe is growing growing growing!  Her ears seem to be heading horizontal, on their way to vertical we think.   If she is not playing with our one year old GSD, she is knocked out rebooting and re-energizing.  She consistently goes potty outside.  She sleeps very nicely in a crate in our bedroom from about 10:00 to 5:30.

Babe is very curious and loves the challenge of puzzles with treats in them!  You will often find her with a stuffed animal or nylabone, or if left in the kitchen, a croc, in her mouth.  We are really looking forward to getting her out for walks once she finishes her shots – she loves to meet people and is very social!  She is ready and eager to explore the great big world outside of our fenced yard.

If you are looking for a snuggable, smart, curious fun-loving little lady, Babe may be just the pup you are looking for! 


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MAGSR ID: 14690

Bailey

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 6 years
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 73 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 65 lbs
Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Foster
History: Return

Good With Kids: Older Kids Only
Good With Cats: No
Other Dogs OK: No

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DESCRIPTION:

Beautiful Bailey was adored by her family. They knew she was a special girl and ensured that she had endless love, attention, and plenty of toys. However, when an unexpected event took place, they were unable to keep Bailey and provide her with the life they knew she deserved. Recognizing that we would provide Bailey with everything she needed to meet with success, her family made the heartbreaking decision to return her to the MAGSR. Knowing this was a very difficult decision, we promised we would find Bailey the perfect forever family. 

Bailey is an active, intelligent, and playful girl. She loves her people fiercely and gives them every ounce of affection she has. With some very strong GSD traits, Bailey is loyal, protective, and on point. She tends to notice everything around her and keeps an eye on her people at all times.  As a girl with a high prey drive, smaller creatures can be a little too enticing for Bailey. She finds joy in chasing small creatures, such as rabbits and squirrels, and will need to be monitored closely if they are out and about with her. Fond of the outdoors, Bailey is always up for a long walk, hike, or adventure. She takes cues well from the handler and knows many commands. Lucky to have lived in a loving household for a few years, Bailey has developed a solid understanding of and appreciation for toys; she is hoping her forever family enjoys them too! She loves to play ball and can't help but enjoy a good squeaky toy. With a few years of experience living in a home, Bailey has also developed an affinity for a soft bed. She loves cuddling up on her dog bed and doesn't mind having a dog bed or two in the house just to change up viewpoints throughout the day. Although Bailey is crate trained and housebroken, once settled, she prefers to be out and about. This seems to keep her more settled throughout the day. As is true of all shepherds Bailey will thrive with structure, routine, and leadership. Providing clear boundaries and expectations will help Bailey meet with success. Bailey has already completed some basic training; however, she is always up for more! Continued training is essential to Bailey's success. Not only will it help her develop her canine citizenship skills, but it will also help her develop a strong and healthy bond with her forever family. 

If your family is looking for an active girl who will fill your days with doggy smiles, squeaky toys, and plenty of exercise, Bailey is your girl. 

Update:

I am a 5 yr old girl with a lot of spunk.  I get real excited when it's time to go out.  I like people, but I'm reactive to other dogs.  I am good with my commands, I am crate trained, I like laying at my human's feet in the evenings.  When my people leave, I get all upset, I seem to do better when left out of  my crate.  I have a good appetite and take treats gently, and I'm good on walks. I feel like Super Girl, can jump a 5 ft door at the kennel.  I like to play with stuffed toys, I'm not a big fan of balls.  I like to play in the pool at the kennel.  If I sound like the dog for you, I'm looking for my forever home.


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MAGSR ID: 13012

Ember

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 1 year 2 weeks
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 60 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: large
Housebroken: No, I'm a puppy!
Obedience Trained: No, I'm a puppy!
Living with: Foster
History: Owner Surrender

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

The Fall puppies - Autumn, Cider, Ember, Maple, Pumpkin, and Sweet Potato (Tator) - were an accidental litter. Raised together with their parents, these dogs have had the chance to learn many doggy social skills. Although their human family enjoyed the puppies, it can be difficult to care for a large litter and challenging to find safe and loving homes. Recognizing that the Fall puppies would be most successful if placed within a breed specific rescue, their family contacted MAGSR. We promised that we would find each pup a safe and loving forever family that would cherish these babies for a lifetime. 

The Fall puppies are very large babies for their age. They are clearly big fans of food. Having spent time outside, these babies love the sights, sounds, and smells of the outdoors. So, they are hoping their forever families love adventures. Although these babies have been socialized well with their doggy family, they have not been exposed to many new people or situations. Socialization is critical to their success. Recognizing that social skills are essential as the Fall puppies move forward, our amazing volunteers are already beginning this process. Learning the ins and outs of living in a household, these babies are learning the joys of endless toys, comfortable beds, and loads of love. As they continue to move forward, all six babies will strive in households that will provide the structure, routine, and leadership that all shepherds crave. 

Although these babies are absolutely adorable, please remember that puppies are a lot of work. Puppies will whine, chew, have accidents, and fill your home with endless antics. With time, training, and patience, all 6 babies - Autumn, Cider, Ember, Maple, Pumpkin, and Sweet Potato - will develop into good canine citizens. If one of the Fall puppies sounds like the right match for your household, ask to meet these fluffy bundles of joy today!

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MAGSR ID: 13694

Esme

Esme
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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 10 years
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 66 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 66 lbs
Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Many things get better with age-cheese, wine, cowboy boots and Esme! She’s not going to hike the Appalachian Trail with you, but she would love to go for a walk in the morning and then come back and sit by your side while you have a second cup of coffee. Or if walking is not your thing, Esme is happy to take a spin around the backyard then keep you company for the day. With those big, beautiful ears, Esme is a great listener and will even give you a head tilt or two if your conversations with her involve a treat. An amazing companion, Esme is looking for a family that enjoys a good cuddle and an easy-going lifestyle. 

Found as a stray in the area, Esme was taken to the local shelter where she waited for her family to come and claim her. Although this girl impressed shelter staff with her friendly demeanor, when no one stepped forward to claim her, everyone got a little worried. Like so many shelters these days, the shelter that welcomed Esme into their care was over capacity. Although they try to do everything they can to find placements in adoptive and foster homes, or in rescues, senior dogs at a crowded shelter are always at risk. Fortunately, a plea was put out to rescues in the area, with an incredible foster ready to open her home to Esme, MAGSR happily welcomed her to the family. Fosters make such a difference in our ability to save lives. We are so excited that Esme is in a safe and loving home. 

At this time, Esme is settling into her foster family. She has done well with the resident dogs and is curious about the cat. As is true of all dogs, Esme craves structure, routine, and leadership. She may not need to spend her days chasing a ball for hours, but she does enjoy some play time, plenty of snuggles, and a good nap. Adjusting well to the household, it seems that Esme already knows many of the ins and outs of living indoors. Although she is making significant strides, her forever family will need to be patient as she makes one final adjustment to the routines and expectations of her forever family. True of all dogs, Esme will thrive with training. Not only will training help Esme create a strong and healthy bond with her forever family, but it will also help her develop the skills needed to become a good canine citizen. Esme is looking for an amazing family that will cherish her throughout her golden years. If you are looking for a great companion, look no further than Esme. 

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MAGSR ID: 14757

Izzy

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 1 year 1 month
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 55 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 65 lbs
Housebroken: Unknown
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Kennel
History: Stray to Shelter

Good With Kids: Unknown
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Incredible Izzy was picked up as a stray in the south. Although she was lucky to be picked up and brought to a shelter, unfortunately, with overwhelming numbers of homeless animals everywhere, her life remained in danger. Although shelter staff did everything they could to find her family, when no one stepped forward after her stray hold, Izzy found herself in a scary situation. Recognizing that Izzy, like so many others, deserved a chance to move forward safely, a plea for rescue placement was sent out to the GSD community. When asked if we could welcome Izzy to the MAGSR family, our team knew we were the right people to move this lovely girl forward. 

Incredible Izzy is a bright, friendly, and energetic girl. She is looking for a family that will include her on their adventures keeping her body and her mind well exercised. Clearly well socialized prior to her arrival, Izzy loves her people and has done well with large furry friends. Although Izzy has begun developing a solid foundation, it is critical that her forever family continues to socialize her with new people, other animals, and in new environments. This will help Izzy continue to develop into a stable and confident adult. We do not know much about Izzy's past, but we do know that she has a bright future. As Izzy may not have much experience in a loving household, she will benefit from time and patience in her new home. With structure, routine, and leadership, Izzy will thrive. An intelligent girl, Izzy will be the star pupil at training. Not only will training help Izzy create a strong, healthy bond with her forever family, but it will also help her develop the skills needed to become a good canine citizen. 

Unfortunately, we have learned that Izzy is heartworm positive. This diagnosis could have easily been avoided had she been provided a monthly preventative. Heartworm treatment is expensive; however, Izzy is clearly more than worth the cost. Please consider donating to Izzy's care. Your donation will not only help Izzy continue to move forward, but it will also help us continue to support dogs with medical needs. Izzy will need to take it easy over the next few months as she undergoes heartworm treatment. She is hoping to take it easy while settling in with her forever family. If Izzy sounds like the right match for your family, ask to meet this incredible girl today!

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MAGSR ID: 14661

Libby

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 4 years
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 35 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 70 lbs
Housebroken: Working on it
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Foster
History: Abuse/Neglect

Good With Kids: Unknown
Good With Cats: No
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Animal control officers were asked to do a welfare check on a set of dogs in the south. When they arrived, they found three dogs living in deplorable conditions on tie-outs outside in the elements. All three dogs were extremely emaciated, covered in filth, heartworm positive and in need of immediate care. Due to the condition of the dogs, all three were confiscated instantly and brought into a shelter. Upon their arrival, staff members at the shelter began working with the dogs to tend to their most critical needs. However, they knew that these dogs would need a lot of help to move forward. Due to overwhelming numbers of dogs in need, all three dogs found themselves on the list to be euthanized as soon as their case was cleared. Another rescue was able to pull two of the dogs. However, lovely Libby was left without many options. Fortunately, our team learned of Libby's plight just hours before she was scheduled to cross and was able to move her to the safety of the MAGSR family.  

Libby is one special little lady. Although scared and unsure in the overcrowded shelter environment, Libby did well with a gentle hand, some extra patience, and plenty of treats. When out of her run and away from the chaos of the shelter environment, staff members noted that Libby has a calm demeanor and independence that make her a unique and endearing companion. Although Libby likes some time and space to herself, she is equally interested in interacting with her human companions. Libby can be shy and timid when first meeting new people, but when given the opportunity to develop trust, her loyalty knows no bounds. When around other dogs at the shelter, Libby maintained her polite composure and gentle interest. Before introducing her to any new furry companions, we have been giving Libby time to rest and heal with an incredible foster family. This has given her the opportunity to learn all about warm baths, good family, comfortable beds, and the routine of living in a home. We have promised Libby that we will make sure her forever family fills her world with endless days of comfort. 

Although she has been working toward recovery, when Libby first arrived in our care she was severely emaciated, filled with worms, suffering from a bad upper respiratory infection, and dealing with untreated heartworms. Since her arrival, our team has been working hard to make sure that Libby receives the attention and care she deserves to move forward in safety and comfort. Although Libby's medical care is expensive, we know she is more than worth the cost. Please consider donating to Libby's continued medical care. Not only will your donation help Libby continue to move forward, but it will also help us continue to welcome dogs with medical needs into the MAGSR family. When ready, Libby will be looking for a patient and loving forever family that will cherish her for a lifetime. Could that be with you? 

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MAGSR ID: 13804

Lolly

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 4 years
Color: Black & Cream
Current Size: 80 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 80 lbs
Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: Partially
Living with: Foster
History: Other Rescue

Good With Kids: Unknown
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Lolly is nothing short of a survivor. This girl was picked up as a stray with another female dog who it was assumed was her sister and brought to a crowded shelter. Both girls were in poor condition. Emaciated, missing fur, covered in a skin sores, and heartworm positive, they entered the shelter just as a distemper outbreak occurred. Although both girls were very sweet, they were quickly added to the list for euthanasia. Luckily, they were pulled from the euthanasia room at the last second by another rescue when an incredible foster stepped up to help. Not all fosters are ready for one dog, but this one was open to two. 

The girls were tightly bonded and were lucky to leave with their lives. Shortly after they arrived in care, Lolly's sister popped positive with distemper. This virus is often extremely challenging and takes many lives. Although she fought hard, Lolly's sister did not survive leaving Lolly alone and grieving. Her foster made sure Lolly had everything she needed to keep moving forward. He quarantined Lolly to make sure that she did not come down with the virus, kept her company, and began addressing her other medical needs. With her skin issues addressed, her weight back up where it belongs, and her heartworms gone, Lolly has made huge strides. After months of recovery, Lolly is ready to find a forever family of her very own thanks to the love and support of her foster dad. 

Lovely Lolly is an interactive girl. She enjoys the company of her human and canine companions. Now that she can be a dog, Lolly enjoys romping around outside. She has learned the joys of toys and a comfortable bed. Having lived with a foster for the last several months, Lolly has also been learning the ins and outs of living in a home. However, as is true of any new dog, this girl will need a chance to adjust to the routines and expectations of her forever family. A home with clear routines, structure, and leadership will help her thrive. Training will also go a long way with Lolly. Not only will training help her bond with her forever family, but it will also help her develop the skills needed to become a good canine citizen. Lolly is looking for that special family that will cherish her for a lifetime. Could that be with you?

Update:

Lolly is still decompressing- she is very sweet, affectionate and wants to be a small lap dog- but she can’t because she is too big!  This southern cutie came up in the freezing cold and is handling her transition changes very well.  She discovered she enjoys snow, and it tastes good! Lolly is house trained, and is doing well with crate training. She is enjoying being with other dogs around her size.  This is one food motivated pup which will be good for the basic training she was never taught.


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MAGSR ID: 14300

Mabel

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 3 years
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 55 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 65 lbs
Housebroken: Working on it
Obedience Trained: Working on it
Living with: Kennel
History: Stray to Shelter

Good With Kids: Unknown
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Mable was picked up as a stray in the south. When she arrived at the shelter, it was highly evident that this girl needed help. Extremely emaciated, still lactating from a recent litter, heartworm positive, and suffering from dislocated hip and a fractured pelvis, shelter staff knew this girl was in rough shape. Although she was unable to walk, Mabel was still all tail wags and love as she attempted to interact with shelter staff, particularly when they brought high-value treats to say hi. Recognizing that they did not have the resources to help Mabel, the shelter added her to their list to be euthanized as a way to end her suffering rather than leave her in pain and without proper care. Fortunately, a foster for another rescue in the area stepped up for Mabel at the last second and she was pulled just in time. 

Living in the safety of a loving and experienced foster home, Mabel started the long path toward recovery. Strengthening her system for the road ahead, Mabel began gaining some much needed weight. With good nutrition and the chance to begin healing, Mabel made the progress needed to start addressing her health concerns. A few weeks ago, Mabel underwent surgery for her hip and pelvis. She was a champ throughout the entire process and is recovering nicely. As the healing process is moving along as expected and Mabel is feeling much more like a healthy dog again, her foster mom knew it was time to find a breed specific rescue for Mabel so that she could move forward with . Knowing we could help Mabel complete the rest of her medical journey as well as find her an amazing forever home. Mabel is still healing from a FHO but is mobile and doing well. She needs restricted walks and should not be bouncing around for a few more weeks. As Mabel is heartworm positive, she will be on restricted exercise moving forward. Due to the condition in which she arrived in foster care, Mabel needed to gain strength and weight before heartworm treatment could begin. As these milestones have been met, Mabel can begin this next process. Mabel is good with other dogs and people. She is unknown for kids and cats. 

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MAGSR ID: 14674

Meenie

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 3 months 6 days
Color: Tan
Current Size: 12 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: Large
Housebroken: No, I'm a puppy!
Obedience Trained: No, I'm a puppy!
Living with: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

Emmie and her seven adorable babies (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Bebe) were dumped at an overcrowded shelter in the south. Although Emmie knew that her future was uncertain, she also knew that the 7 little ones (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Bebe) that she brought with her were also in danger. As puppy season is in full swing, many furry families of all sizes are finding themselves in tough situations where, unfortunately, many animals do not make it out alive. Fortunately, for this special family, shelter staff began working with a network of rescues to find options, a loving foster family, and the medical support needed to move forward. MAGSR was lucky to have so many people pulling together to help this family move forward into our care. We are honored to move them forward. 

Emmie and her pups have been lucky to have lived in a loving foster family. This gave them all the opportunity to learn some of the ins and outs of living in a home. All of the babies did an incredible job with their foster family and have since moved onto foster homes where they are getting additional love and attention in smaller groups. Meenie is a sweet and snuggly girl who loves other dogs of all sizes and thinks that cats could be pretty cool too, if only they'd play with her. Meenie loves her chew toys and is slowly catching on to the joys of fetch. Meenie is an intelligent observer pup - she's bold enough to approach a stranger or new animal and smart enough to take their cues regarding how to proceed. Meenie is already well on her way to being crate trained and housebroken with only an occasional accident in the home. Like any puppy, she thrives when supported by clear boundaries, patience, and a mountain of love and chew toys. This is so helpful when learning the routines of her home. Having already begun socializing with new people, animals, and in new environments, Meenie is already building a solid foundation. It is imperative that her family continue this process as she moves forward. With the right set-up, we know this little darling will be impressive. Although Meenie is special, please remember that puppies are a lot of work. They will whine, chew, have accidents, and fill your home with endless puppy antics. With time, patience, and training, Meenie will become a stable and confident adult. Meenie is looking for a forever family that will cherish her for a lifetime. If she sounds like the right match for your family, ask to meet her today!

The information provided is the best information we have on the dogs. MAGSR makes no explicit or implicit guarantees regarding the temperament of the dogs or the information included in the profile.
MAGSR ID: 14697

Miney

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 2 months 3 weeks
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 18 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: Large
Housebroken: No, I'm a puppy!
Obedience Trained: No, I'm a puppy!
Living with: Foster
History: Shelter

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Likely

Miney and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:

DESCRIPTION:

Emmie and her seven adorable babies (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Bebe) were dumped at an overcrowded shelter in the south. Although Emmie knew that her future was uncertain, she also knew that the 7 little ones (Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe, Cal, Murray, and Bebe) that she brought with her were also in danger. As puppy season is in full swing, many furry families of all sizes are finding themselves in tough situations where, unfortunately, many animals do not make it out alive. Fortunately, for this special family, shelter staff began working with a network of rescues to find options, a loving foster family, and the medical support needed to move forward. MAGSR was lucky to have so many people pulling together to help this family move forward into our care. We are honored to move them forward. 

Emmie and her pups have been lucky to have lived in a loving foster family. This gave them all the opportunity to learn some of the ins and outs of living in a home. All of the babies did an incredible job with their foster family and have since moved onto foster homes where they are getting additional love and attention in smaller groups. Miney is a confident and playful girl. She is curious and always ready for an adventure. However, when playtime is finished, she is beyond happy to curl up with her people. Having already begun socializing with new people, animals, and in new environments, Miney is already building a solid foundation. It is imperative that her family continue this process as she moves forward. Miney, like all dogs, will thrive in a home with structure, routine, and leadership. With the right set-up, we know this little cutie will be impressive. Although Miney is special, please remember that puppies are a lot of work. They will whine, chew, have accidents, and fill your home with endless puppy antics. With time, patience, and training, Miney will become a stable and confident adult. Miney is looking for a forever family that will cherish her for a lifetime. If she sounds like the right match for your family, ask to meet her today!

The information provided is the best information we have on the dogs. MAGSR makes no explicit or implicit guarantees regarding the temperament of the dogs or the information included in the profile.
MAGSR ID: 14709

Raina

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 5 years
Color: black and tan
Current Size: 80
Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: No
Living with: Kennel

Good With Kids: Yes
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Working on it

Raina and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:

DESCRIPTION:

Raina was given to her family by a friend who felt she would be a good match for their household. Although she was clearly loved by her family, Raina struggled in a city environment. As a result, her family made the difficult decision to surrender Raina to MAGSR so that she could find the family and living environment that would help her develop into the incredible girl they knew she could be. Raina is a friendly but driven girl. As is typical of most shepherds, Raina is intelligent, active, and alert. In order to meet with success, Raina will need both her body and mind exercised daily. She is not a couch potato and will do best with an active family. Although Raina is working on her interactions with other dogs, she would prefer a family where she can be the only dog so that she can be the center of attention. Raina is housebroken and crate trained. She also knows a few commands. However, as is true of all shepherds, Raina will need to attend training in order to develop into the amazing shepherd we know she is destined to be. Training will not only help Raina develop into an amazing dog, but it will also help her bond with her new family. If this active lady sounds like a good match for your household, ask to meet her today. 

The information provided is the best information we have on the dogs. MAGSR makes no explicit or implicit guarantees regarding the temperament of the dogs or the information included in the profile.
MAGSR ID: 7725

Talia

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Approximate Age: 4 years
Color: Black and Tan
Current Size: 70 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: 70 lbs
Housebroken: Yes
Obedience Trained: Basic Commands
Living with: Foster
History: Surrender to Shelter

Good With Kids: Unknown
Good With Cats: Unknown
Other Dogs OK: Likely

Talia and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:

DESCRIPTION:

Talia and one of her pups were surrendered to an overcrowded shelter in the south. Unfortunately, as is true of so many owner surrenders, they were immediately added to the list for euthanasia. Her puppy was immediately adopted by a local family leaving this lovely girl alone and without options. Talia was not placed in the general population; instead, she went immediately to the euthanasia room. When we learned about Talia's fate, our team began working with other rescue groups in the south and began putting a plan in place. As luck would have it the stars aligned and we were able to pull Talia just hours before she was scheduled to cross. 

Talia, or Tali as her foster family calls her, is a very special girl. It is very clear that humans have not always been kind to her; however, she still wants to interact and snuggle. We are always impressed by the level of resilience and gentleness of a dog who has been mistreated in the past. Talia is clearly a gentle soul who is looking for a patient family who will provide her with the structure and routine needed to move forward. A very submissive girl, Talia approaches most things hesitantly and needs a little time to adjust. When given this opportunity, she is able to meet with success. Once comfortable, Talia greets her people with little tail wags and wiggles. She gives the gentlest kisses and simply wants to be near you at all times. Well behaved in the household, Talia has impressed her foster family with how quiet and well behaved she has been so far. It is clear that this girl has been in a home before, but she is still learning all the ins and outs associated with household living. Her foster family is giving her the chance to slowly build these skills in a calm and positive manner. As Talia continues to move forward, she will benefit greatly from training. Not only will training help Talia develop a strong and healthy bond with her family, but it will also help her develop into a good canine citizen. 

Unfortunately, we have learned that Talia is heartworm positive. This diagnosis could have easily been avoided had her family provided her with monthly heartworm preventatives. As she moves forward, MAGSR will cover the entirety of Talia's heartworm treatment. Heartworm treatment is very expensive; however, this special girl is clearly worth the cost. Please consider donating to Talia's care. Not only will your donation help us provide Talia with everything she needs, but it will also help us continue to welcome medical dogs to the MAGSR family. Fortunately, Talia's treatment has already begun and she is handling this first step well. We can't wait to see this lovely girl continue to move forward. If you are looking for a little lady who is looking for plenty of adventures during the day and snuggles at night, ask to meet Talia today.  

Update:

Talia, who is lovingly called Tali by her foster family, has been in her foster home for a few months. She has been very busy learning all the ins and outs of living in a home. At this time Tali is housebroken and crate trained. She thrives on routine and consistency. Preferring a quiet and calm environment, Tali loves to be near her people and is always up for a good snuggle and a belly rub. Her daily snuggle sessions bring her foster family endless giggles. Recognizing the importance of giving Tali positive experiences with new people, Tali was lucky and was chosen to participate in training with one of our training partners. This was an amazing opportunity for our lovely girl as it gave her the opportunity to work with new people and to build confidence. Tali knows several commands at this time but is always ready to learn more. With basic obedience in line, Tali has gained some needed confidence. However, it is still essential that her forever family continue this process in order to build a healthy bond together. 

While Tali has been adjusting to her foster family, we have also been continuing to address her medical needs. Tali completed her first 60 days of heartworm treatment and moved into the next phase of her treatment. Tali has had the first of her melarsomine injections and is resting comfortably while this next stage of the process gets underway. Tali will be taking it easy over the next two months as her body needs time to rest and recover. Her foster family is keeping close tabs on her and making sure she has everything she needs. Heartworm treatment is very expensive. Please consider donating to Tali's care. Your donation will help Tali get the medical care needed to move forward as well as help other dogs with medical needs join the MAGSR family. 


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MAGSR ID: 13750

Tink

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Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: 4 months 1 week
Color: Black & Tan
Current Size: 10 lbs
Ideal/Potential Size: Large
Housebroken: No, I'm a puppy!
Obedience Trained: No, I'm a puppy!
Living with: Foster
History: Surrender to Shelter

Good With Kids: Likely
Good With Cats: Likely
Other Dogs OK: Likely

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DESCRIPTION:

The Neverland Litter (Hook, Pan, Wendy, Tootles, Pockets, Cubby, Nana, Nibs, Rufio, and Tink) was born on a property that is known for breeding and selling puppies. When these babies turned six weeks old, the owner dropped them along with a second litter at a shelter. Unfortunately, the shelter, like so many others, was sitting at critical capacity and knew they needed help moving the babies forward. Recognizing that a rescue would be the best option for these babies, a plea went out to GSD rescues up and down the coast for help. With puppy season in full swing, many groups are inundated with babies needing a safe place to move forward. When asked if we could welcome this group to the family, team MAGSR stepped forward. 

The Neverland puppies are playful, interactive, and social puppies. Although they did not have the easiest start, they have had many different people in their corner since their arrival at the shelter. In the last few weeks, these babies have had many opportunities to start socializing with new people and in a variety of situations. Socialization is essential to their success; it is critical to their forever families continue this process. Living with some of our amazing foster families, these babies are learning the ins and outs of living in a home. They are learning all about the joys of good food, daily playtime, structure and routine. Although Tink and her siblings are beyond precious, please remember that puppies are a lot of work. They will whine, chew, have accidents, and fill your household with endless puppy antics. With time, training, and patience, we know that the Neverland Litter will grow up to become good canine citizens. If your family is ready to welcome terrific Tink into your home, ask to meet her today. 

Update:

She now weighs in at 29lbs. She is crate trained and actually likes sleeping in her crate. She is potty trained but can still have an occasional accident if we’re not diligent on taking her out right after she eats or wakes up. She is a fast learning girl who can now sit, lay down, very patient during work hours,  sits to wait for her food, loves to garden and is pretty good on the leash. She is also a fast little puppy who likes water in case someone is considering doing dog sport.


The information provided is the best information we have on the dogs. MAGSR makes no explicit or implicit guarantees regarding the temperament of the dogs or the information included in the profile.
MAGSR ID: 14575