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Old 01-24-2009, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know at one time must have been lost in a prune or glitch that the same rules for subject line that are listed in the Urgent Rescue apply to the Non-Urgent Section Also. The only difference is dogs in Non-Urgent are not in danger at Kill Shelters.

Subject Line Must be in the following order:
City, State - ID # and Name, Sex and age, any other detail you would like to give.

Please give City if known instead of County.

Here is the link in the Urgent Section.
http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum/urgent/
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does the dog have to be in a shelter? Or, can we post dogs that we know need good homes?
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Does the dog have to be in a shelter? Or, can we post dogs that we know need good homes?
Long as they are free, you can post any GSD's that need a good home in the Non-Urgent section.

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Confused by your last post... If they are in a rescue (not free but with an adoption fee) can we cross post here? We have a GSD at a rescue in Yerington, NV and I wanted to get some exposure for her.
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Long as they are free, you can post any GSD's that need a good home in the Non-Urgent section.

Just wanted to add that even if the dog is free, it is a good idea to ask for a small rehoming fee - anywhere between 50 to 200 dollars is normal, and then donate the money to a rescue or shelter. This will weed out the kind of people who are looking for free dogs to resell for a profit, or who are looking for bait dogs, for example.
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Confused by your last post... If they are in a rescue (not free but with an adoption fee) can we cross post here? We have a GSD at a rescue in Yerington, NV and I wanted to get some exposure for her.
Yes you can. Dogs in private homes that are being re-homed can be posted here also.
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I live in Indiana. I'm looking for a good dog to train for a service dog. If any are suitable candidates, good with cats and kids, especially babies, please let me know. Thank you!
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