Welcome to the 2019 GSRNE Calendar Raffle!
Check this page every day in July to see the winners posted.

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Our 2019 Calendar Raffle is live.  Click here to view the Calendar and all the wonderful prizes you may win if you have a winning ticket.  Remember, there are 31 chances to win and you can win more than once!

The 2019 Calendar Raffle is here! Every ticket has 31 chances to win. Drawings are daily and winning tickets are reentered – so yes, you can win more than once!


Raffle tickets are $10 each. $2 shipping will be added to your order.
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Our 20th Annual Auction was held on Sunday, April 28, 2019, at a new location, the SpringHill Suites in Peabody, MA.  The new venue was wonderful and everyone was in good spirits. It was a fun day and our major fundraising event of the year. Our most sincere thanks to all who spread the word, advertised in our Auction Catalog, donated items, prepared food for all to enjoy, came early to help set up, stayed late to help clean up and those who attended this very special event. 

The GSRNE Buddy Program helps to support our GSDs staying in our Foster Homes while they wait to find their forever family. We thank all of our Buddies listed below. We also thank the hundreds of people who have answered our call for help over the years when we have taken in a Dog that needed extraordinary medical care like Ginger, Kyra, Anton, Ajax and others. To learn about our Buddy Program click here.

GSRNE BUDDY

GSRNE GSD

Alena S.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Alice M.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Amy R.

Angus

Barbara L.

Brady and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Barbara R.

Sable

Barbara W.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Bob I.

Izzy and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Brian K.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Briana S.

Shadow, Elsa, Angus, Zoe and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Buck D.

Brady

Chad M.

Sable, Danika

Cheryl D.

Queenie

Chris G.

Lady

Chris H.

Sampson

Christopher B.

Otto

Colleen G.

Lady

Cynthia K.

Georgie

Deborah H.

Izzy and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Debra T.

Harley and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Doug S.

Sampson

Erin L.

Bella

Eugene P.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Gale H.

Elsa

James N.

Dawson, Ziva, Jasmine, Diamond, Maggi & Jolene, Campy, Luke, Danika

Jamie S.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Jeannie M.

Major

Jeremy B.

Champ, Daisy, Casey and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Jess J.

Maggie,

Jessica P.

Loden

Jillian B.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

JMK H

Manny

K.C.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Karyn S.

Elvis

Katherine B.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Kathryn K.

Ziva, Nala

Kathy M.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Ken N.

Flint

Kristen F.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Laura L.

Titan

Kinko K.

Angus

Lea C.

Loden

Leo B.

Angus

Linda T.

Elsa and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Lisa B.

Elsa, Kyra

Lisa P.

Izzy

Lisa R.

Nikki

Lindsay

Danika

Liz & Bruce K.

Sasha, Olivia, Hawk, Titan and

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Liz P.

Greta and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Lore L.

Titan

Lori C.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Margaret S.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Maria D.

Cody

Marina P.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Martina S.

Snow White

Mary G.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Meg S.

Hayden, Dakota

Melissa D.

Daisy

Nancy D.

Sampson

Nancy L.

Ziva

Nancy W.

Sophie, Lady

Pamela F.

Angus, Jarvis, Sable

Patrick M.

Chloe, West, Angus and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Paul S. DB

Elsa

Paul S.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Paula A.

Elvis

Peggy Y.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Rafael A.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Raj P.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Robert & Linda I.

Ringo and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Robert N.

Jasmine

Russell W.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Sara D.

Gemma, Sophie, Sarge and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Sara DL.

Logan, Sarge

Sara N.

Angus

Scott S.

Zoe

Shawn L.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Shelia B.

Aros and GSRNE Foster Dogs

Steve H.

Angus, GSRNE Foster Dogs

Suzanne P.

GSRNE Foster Dogs

Uri B.

Sampson

Victoria J.

Greta

Walter J.

Danika

Wendi L.

Brandi

Rocky
GSRNE #202
2000 – 11/2018   

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It is with tremendous sadness that we share that Rocky, GSRNE #202 crossed the rainbow bridge earlier this week.

We all know the worst part about owning a dog is having to say goodbye, and that goodbyes often feels far too soon. GSRNE’s Rocky was lucky; life gave him the gift of dying as an old man, at 17.5 years of age. This is a rare and extraordinarily ripe old age for the German Shepherd breed.

Adopted in 2002, Rocky was an owner-surrender and he had a great deal of separation anxiety. It took months for him to finally feel comfortable and bond with his foster Dad, who soon became his forever Dad.

We have so many memories of this remarkable dog. He shared his home and his Dad with many of our GSRNE foster dogs for the past 15 years–often hosting as many as four foster siblings per year. Rocky welcomed them all. This handsome boy was so easy going and also accompanied his Dad, Danny, on many in-take evaluations at shelters and homes for dogs coming in to our Rescue. They shared a special bond and were inseparable. Rocky loved riding “shotgun” in the front seat of the pickup truck, and even when his hips were too weak to stand he still got up to head to the dog park every morning with Danny.

Our dogs are members of our family in every way that matters, which makes losing them all the more devastating. We can’t imagine how lonely our friend Danny is now without his Rocky. For so many years Rocky was a huge part of Danny’s everyday life, and it has to be heartbreaking now–no more trips to the dog park, no more making that special home made “doggie meatloaf,” no more best buddy riding in the pickup truck on everyday errands. Now just an empty dish and leash and a lifetime of memories to comfort him and fill his heart until they meet again for a joyful reunion at the Bridge.

We love you and we will miss you, Rocky. With your sweet kisses and unconditional love, you brought much joy into our hearts at so many of our events. Run free, handsome boy, and catch those squirrels with your buddy Nitro.

Eragon
GSRNE #208
2006 – 11/4/2018   

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We were shocked and our hearts saddened to hear of the sudden and unexpected loss of Eragon. He was a large, confident, beautiful male who was always a big presence with a loud bark at all our GSRNE events. Eragon came to GSRNE at the tender age of 6 months, when he was found wandering the streets of Worcester. Adopted in 2007, it was only a few years later that Eragon gave back to the Rescue that saved him by welcoming his first GSRNE foster brother, Ember, into his home. Then along came other fosters: Cora, Gemma, and Saphira. Some of Eragon’s favorite activities were playing with his toys, enjoying a walk, swimming at Houghton’s Pond, and sleeping on his Mom’s bed. Words can’t express how saddened we still are to hear of his loss. After sharing a home with Eragon for over 12 years, his family can’t believe that they won’t find him on the sofa or in his bed anymore.

We love you Eragon, we’ll see you at the Bridge…

 

Adopted: June 7, 2007

Did you know that in addition to rescuing German Shepherd Dogs and helping them to find their Forever Homes, GSRNE also helps New England Shelters who have taken in GSDs? We often hear from area Shelters that are looking for help with a GSD they are trying to place. Sometimes we are able to take the dog into GSRNE if he or she is a good fit for our program and we have an available Foster Home. If we are not able to help directly, the Shelter may ask us to post the GSD on our In Area Shelters page. They come to us because they know that GSDs do best with families that know the breed. Over the years we have posted many dogs on our In Area Shelters page and sometimes our posting has been the place where their new family found their new best friend. Click here for our In Area Shelters page.

Update on 05/01/2018

Riley passed her puppy AKC test, and is starting a 6 week course for her manners training this week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adopted on 3/25/2018

Bio

Riley came to GSRNE after her first family realized that, given their already very busy lives, caring for a young puppy was too much work. Four-month old Riley, however, immediately found a home with her foster family and her brother, Ramble, another GSRNE rescue.

Riley is energetic, playful, and ready for anything—a game of fetch, a car ride, and even training. She enjoys practicing the cues she has learned at school, and her parents are proud to report that she passed her most recent evaluation. Curious to discover new things, Riley has started to explore the kitchen countertop. Her family is working with her on this, and Riley has started to understand that counter surfing, as well as digging, is not appropriate behavior. During quiet time, Riley is very content, settling down with a toy and eventually dozing off to sleep.

Riley is not shy when it comes to meeting new people. In fact, she loves being the center of attention, and her big ears, still too large for her small size, attract new friends! In addition to puppy school, Riley attends doggy daycare once a week, where she is friendly with both big and small dogs.

Riley quickly became a part of her new family. Her parents cannot imagine giving her up, and they look forward to building a lifelong relationship with her. Even Ramble—though occasionally tormented by his spirited sister—is overjoyed to have found a friend in Riley.

Stella
GSRNE #487
2011 – 8/2018  

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Beautiful, sweet Stella came to GSRNE in 2017 when she was 7 years old, and her foster family fell in love with her on Day 1 and adopted this wonderful girl. Several months later, Stella’s appetite was not good and she lost interest in play. Her family took her to the vet, who found that Stella was in renal failure. They got a second opinion, and the second vet found that Stella also had a tumor in her lung. There was nothing that could be done. She was not in pain so her family brought her home to spend her final days together. When the time came, they had the vet come to their home so that Stella was not in a strange place when they said goodbye to the their girl. Stella was an angel, and her loss was a hard hit for everyone who knew her.

 

Link to Stella’s bio page: https://gsrne.org/dog-bios/stella/

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