Support Our Partners!
We have many generous partners who have supported us with donations or offered to donate part of their proceeds back to Greater California German Shepherd Rescue. Please support them so they can support us and help save more dogs!
Greater California German Shepherd Rescue is a registered charity with the AmazonSmile program. With each and every qualified purchase, Amazon will donate 0.5% to our rescue. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know and love - same products, same prices, same service. Even use same Amazon username and password and support us by shopping at AmazonSmile and Amazon will take care of the rest.
Max and Neo
Max and Neo is a great place to purchase collars, leashes, CBD products, as many other items for your dogs.
As consumers purchase product and select Greater California German Shephard Rescue as their charity, Max & Neo donates collars, leashes, toys, and CBD oil. These donations are very appreciated and helpful when treating our rescues.
Pet Food Express
Pet Food Express is very supportive of Greater California German Shepherd Rescue with generous food donations, gift cards, as well as 20/20 cards, which gives adopters 20% off and the recue receives $20 each time a 20/20 coupon is used.
Don't just take your dog for a walk... Take your Walk for a Dog!
Go to WoofTrax.com, download the app, and support Greater California German Shepherd Rescue every time you walk your dog.
Lost Souls: Found! Inspiring Stories About German Shepherd Dogs
Full of 60+ stories from people who have fostered and adopted German Shepherds, including several stories from our adopters! Each book or merchandise sale generates a percentage back to your favorite rescue organization. Just look for Greater California German Shepherd Rescue, or GCGSR.
The Pedigree Foundation
We are proud to be 2010 and 2011 Grant Winners and wish to thank The Pedigree Foundation for their generous ongoing support of our efforts to save our wonderful dogs.
The benefits of a German Shepherd—loyalty, protectiveness and eagerness, to name a few—come from careful obedience training and authority. Everyone in the household must be prepared to show “authority” and earn the dog’s respect with a firm but loving touch. They do not respond to negativity or anger. Once achieved, this respect may need to be earned again and again. ~ Dogstser.com