Happy Tails

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Group training is an inexpensive way to teach the basics. This is the foundation for a dog’s learning. Many dogs go beyond this to work with agility trials, advanced training skills, Canine Good Citizenship (CGC), therapy dogs and other titles.One-on-one or private lessons teaches in isolation and does not allow for the dog to be socialized. We would recommend this only if you’re dealing with specific associated behaviors.Socialization is the major advantage as the dog must get use [more]
2014 Calendar Raffle
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GSRNE Cruise 2014
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German Shepherd Rescue of New England, Inc. (GSRNE) is looking for new foster homes.  Th [more]
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Little Piece of My Heart
So often I hear, "I don't know how you do it. I couldn't give up a dog that I'd fostered." [more]
Thank you for your interest in the GSRNE Foster Program!  We need foster homes as we can [more]
GSRNE Buddy Program
Everybody Needs a Buddy Sometime!So many people love our dogs and would like to fost [more]
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