LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS FOR ADOPTION 2

I wanted to do something to help Long Haired (Long Coat) German Shepherds find forever homes through adoption, so that is why this page was created.

I am not affiliated with any Long Haired (Long Coat) German Shepherd adoption agency’s, rescue’s, or owner surrenders.

The long coated German Shepherds are those that I have discovered through searching the Internet.

If you want to keep the adopted long coat (haired) German Shepherd healthy, I highly recommend that you click here to read this.

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BLACK LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS FOR ADOPTION

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

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BI-COLOR BLACK and TAN LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERD FOR ADOPTION

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

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BLACK AND SILVER LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

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BLACK and TAN LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

HARMONY’S HOPE

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Harmony’s Hope is a black and Tan long haired German Shepherd Female for Adoption

Harmony's Hope is a black and Tan long haired German Shepherd Female for Adoption

Harmony's Hope is a black and Tan long haired German Shepherd Female for Adoption

Harmony's Hope is a black and Tan long haired German Shepherd Female for Adoption

Harmony's Hope is a black and Tan long haired German Shepherd Female for Adoption

Harmony’s Hope is a sweet girl who, as you can tell, loves to play!

Coastal German Shepherd Rescue San Diego

If you are interested in meeting this dog, please fill out our online application first.  Contact us via email at information@coastalgsrsd.org.  The minimum adoption donation ranges from $300 to $400. This amount only partially covers the cost of veterinary care, boarding fees, and other miscellaneous expenses involved in the temporary care and adoption of our dogs and is tax deductible. Prior to placement, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, receive current vaccinations, and are usually microchipped. If not, arrangements will be made on an individual basis. Special consideration may be given to those willing to adopt older dogs or dogs with physical problems.

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BLACK SABLE LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

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RED AND BLACK LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

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CHOPPER

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Chopper is a Red and Black Long haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

 is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Chopper is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

http://www.vgsr.org/animals/detail?AnimalID=7258662

Contact Chopper 3982’s Caretaker/Foster Directly: Herbert (htate1060@gmail.com)

About Chopper 3982

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Adoption Fee: $250.00
  • Species: Dog
  • General Color: Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
  • Color: Black and Red
  • Current Size: 60 Pounds
  • Current Age: 10 Years (best estimate)
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Fence Required: Yes
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Obedience Training Needed: Has Basic Training
  • Exercise Needs: Low
  • Owner Experience Needed: Breed

Chopper is 9 years young. He has been with me since October and has been doing well. He gets along with my other dogs and responds well to commands.  He was slow to trust and did not appreciate being corrected, but he has learned that life is a lot better when he goes along with the program. When I bring a foster dog to my house I ask very little of the dog. As long as they walk well on leash and come when I call, I am happy. I have found once they learn this all of the rest is easy. Chopper has done both of these and has become a well-adjusted dog. He still has his quirks. He will need a strong leader in the household to keep reinforcing that with good behavior, great things can be accomplished. Even though Chopper is nine, he is in good health and not on any medication. He would do better in a quiet home with a big yard.

Approved adopters can contact Chopper’s foster at htate1060@gmail.com

More about Chopper 3982

Good with DogsNot Good with CatsIs Not Good with KidsGood with AdultsQuietDoes Good in the CarRequires a yardLeash trainedCrate trained

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BELLE

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Belle is a Red and Black Long haired German Shepherd Female Puppy for Adoption

Belle is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Female Puppy for Adoption

http://shepherdshoperescue.org/9005-Happy_Tails

Our Belle has been with her foster mom almost 3 months and is now 7 months old. She is so friendly, intelligent and sweet.  Belle is doing great with her obedience training, walks terrific on a leash and
knows all her commands.  She is still high energy but is calming down and learning to settle on her own.  Her favorite activity is to annoy her foster brother and sister shepherds and then run and hide so they can’t correct her. She has such an incredible personality, a real character for sure.

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MOJOE

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

MoJoe is a Red and Black Long haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Mojo is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd Male for Adoption

http://shepherdshoperescue.org/9005-Happy_Tails

Moe, a beautiful 4 year old plush coated German Shepherd. He had one home all his life before he was surrendered to the NYC shelter due to financial reasons. His previous owner describes him as a very nice boy who is housebroken, knows basic commands (though pulls on his leash), and is friendly with people and other dogs.

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 HAWK

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Hawk is a red and black long haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Hawk is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd for Adoption

Hawk is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd for AdoptionMid-Atlantic German Shepherd Rescue

Adoption Process:

We perform reference checks and conduct a home visit. For the home visit, all members of the family must be present. Adoption fee is $250.00 (verify at www.magsr.org)

Handsome Hawk was found in an abandoned house, left to fend for himself. Luckily someone found him and he was taken to a shelter. He was a shelter favorite, as he craved human attention and is very friendly. Obviously we know nothing about his history. He has been friendly with our volunteers. Hawk is long hair GSD and estimated to be 5 years old Visit our website at www.magsr.org for more info and to fill out our online adoption application.

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AXEL

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

 Axel is a red and black long haired German Shepherd Holland Import Male with a Pending Adoption

Axel is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Import for Adoption

Axel is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Import for Adoption

Axel is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Import for Adoption

Axel is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd Import for Adoption

Axel adoption pending

Adoption Process:

$250 Fee + Signed Adoption Contract are required after approval. Approval includes a Vet Interview, Phone Interview, and Home Visit.

If you’re interested in adopting any SGSR dog, please read about our Adoption Process and fill out an Adoption Application. Visit our website for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions. This is Axel, but everyone calls him Grizzly because he sounds like a bear on the rare occasion when he growls. According to his foster mama, he is sheer perfection. He was imported from Holland as a puppy and is a coated, red and black GSD. When he first arrived at his foster home, he was nervous and skittish because, while he spent time with plenty of other dogs, he obviously didn’t get as much human interaction. In the few months that he’s been with SGSR, his foster mom has done as much socializing with him as possible. Grizzly goes to as many places as allowed, and hasn’t been kicked out yet…pet store, Lowes, Hobby Lobby, Starbucks (he loves puppicinos!). When he first arrived, he would stay in the far corner of the SUV when mom hit the Starbucks drive-through. Now, his head is out the window, ready to greet whoever is handing over the treats! He has even attended real estate closings with his foster mama…and did great riding an elevator! He can still be a bit shy, but his furry foster brother, Koen, has been a huge source of confidence for him. Whatever Koen does, Grizzly does. For this reason, we are requiring that he go to a home with a confident dog. He also lives with Molly, a female GSD, who tolerates other dogs (typical female!). Koen and Molly do a great job of teaching the new foster dogs how to be a dog and not a jerk. Koen has taught Grizzly how to play with toys and that everyone he meets is a potential treat dispenser. He finally “gets” the whole tug-o-war thing and discovered the joy of running around with a Kong ball in his mouth! Molly has taught him not to be obnoxious (and not to jump on her when he gets the “zoomies”. Grizzly has tested both of his foster siblings on a few occasions and took corrections very well. Although he can be a doofus at times, he is very smart and eager to please. Grizz also lives with two cats, one friendly and one grumpy. Neither pay him any mind and roam about freely (and even jump over him occasionally). He has met other dogs in public (at the vet, stores and events), and he hasn’t met a furry friend he hasn’t liked. He tries to act like a badass when someone new visits and does the whole “barky” thing, but within seconds, is following them around. His human foster brother had half a dozen friends over for a bonfire and poker game, and Grizzly was seriously dismayed that he couldn’t “hang out” with the guys. He paced and whined until he was allowed to “check on” everyone and crash under the table. And he loves to bark at people walking their pets past the front of his foster home, but he quiets down when told to (most of the time ;). Grizzly is about 18 months old and very chill for his age…a low-to-medium drive type of guy. He’s content just to be with his people and hang out. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t up for a romp in the schoolyard or at the beach (he LOVES LOVES LOVES the water!). And if there is a mud puddle, he’s in it. He has a great head tilt…foster mom has full conversations with him, that we all know he doesn’t understand, and he just “tilts” away. He is neutered and UTD on vaccinations. He is 100% house-trained and 100% has his fosters trained to let him on the furniture. How can they say “no” to that face? He is not crate-trained because it just hasn’t been necessary. He can be trusted to have free roam of the house and has only chewed the corner of one area rug shortly after he arrived (foster mom didn’t like that carpet anyway!). Grizzly is not a huge male…he’s about 55 pounds and shouldn’t get much larger. So, I bet you’re reading this, thinking he sounds perfect…wondering why he hasn’t already been snatched up. Well, although Grizzly has an enviably pedigree, he drew the short straw and his imperfect hips and elbows. Something called…wait for it…dysplasia. Hips are worse than elbows, and his left hip is a bit worse than the right hip, ditto on the elbows. Worst case, Grizzly will need at least one very expensive hip surgery, maybe two, so he could end up being one very expensive boy! Since coming into rescue, he has shown no indications that he is in pain, and SGSR is a big proponent of “treating the dog, not the X-rays”. In other words, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! Grizzly runs just as fast as his foster siblings and shows no signs of pain after running around with them. He has no trouble walking, getting up, using stairs, etc. And he obviously has no trouble getting on furniture! He has been on Adequan and a hip/joint supplement, as well as grain-free food since his arrival, and except for the “bunny hopping” when he runs, you’d have no idea he has wonky hips. If you are interested in giving Grizzly a “forever” home, please contact your adoption coordinator. Or if you’re in VA, NC or MD, please complete an adoption application here: www.southeastgermanshepherdrescue.com . Grizzly is being fostered in Virginia Beach, VA. Our adoption process consists of a telephone interview, a call to your veterinarian and a home visit. If you have any questions about the adoption process please contact sgsrescue@gmail.com .

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DUSTY

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Dusty is a Rescued Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Dusty is a Red and Black Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Dusty is a Red and Black Long Coat German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Dusty was recently rescued.  He’s another sweetheart and friendly male that we’re learning more and more about every day.

If you are interested in meeting this dog, please fill out our online application first.  Contact us via email at information@coastalgsrsd.org.  The minimum adoption donation ranges from $300 to $400. This amount only partially covers the cost of veterinary care, boarding fees, and other miscellaneous expenses involved in the temporary care and adoption of our dogs and is tax deductible. Prior to placement, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, receive current vaccinations, and are usually microchipped. If not, arrangements will be made on an individual basis. Special consideration may be given to those willing to adopt older dogs or dogs with physical problems.

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RED SABLE LONG HAIRED (LONG COAT) GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

NONE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

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WHITE LONG COAT GERMAN SHEPHERDS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

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AUSSIE

POSTED HERE ON 07/21/2017

Aussie is a White Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Aussie is a White Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Aussie is a White Long Coat German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Aussie is a White Long Haired German Shepherd Male for Adoption

Coastal German Shepherd Rescue San Diego

Aussie is a cute, fluffy, well-trained and compliant boy who loves to please.  He would do best in a home where he can get lots of exercise and be a real companion dog. Aussie needs a home that understands his needs and where his people can manage his interaction with strangers.  In return, his family will be rewarded with a beautiful and affectionate companion.

If you are interested in meeting this dog, please fill out our online application first.  Contact us via email at information@coastalgsrsd.org.  The minimum adoption donation ranges from $300 to $400. This amount only partially covers the cost of veterinary care, boarding fees, and other miscellaneous expenses involved in the temporary care and adoption of our dogs and is tax deductible. Prior to placement, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, receive current vaccinations, and are usually microchipped. If not, arrangements will be made on an individual basis. Special consideration may be given to those willing to adopt older dogs or dogs with physical problems.

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If you want to keep the adopted long coat (haired) German Shepherd healthy, I highly recommend that you click here to read this.

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