This is what you need to consider when selecting food for your GSD... How to Pick the Best Dog Food Here's a list of links for learning about how to tell good dog foods from bad. Some of these pages contain lists of high-quality foods and notes about why they're good. http://www.doberdogs.com/foodcht4.html tells you how to read those ingredients labels and has an extensive list of dog foods and their ingredients. http://www.dogaware.com/dogfeeding.html http://www.iei.net/%7Eebree [more]
Puppy Mill Links Want to know where those cute pet store puppies come from? Check out some of these links. Video of an Indiana Amish Puppy mill Warning - the producer of this video says that it may be inappropriate for some viewers, the "video you will see nowhere else...it will make you sad, it will make you sick, but mostly, it will make you FIGHTING MAD! Let Justice be served for the breeding dogs of the Indiana Amish!" Prisoners of Greed Our experience tells us that the [more]
What To Do About Lost Dogs
Lost Pets     Notice To GSRNE Adopters If your GSRNE German Shepherd gets lost or is missing for several hours, please call the hotline AND email Karen at TMccall488@aol.com, or Chris at MaineLdy@maine.rr.com. Let us know when and where the dog was last seen. Make sure that your Rescue GSRNE dog is wearing his/her GSRNE tag. With thanks to Debbie Hall for sharing these with us. Have you lost your dog? If so, don't delay reporting the dog as missing! The longer you [more]
Breed Standard
GSD Standard, Types and Colors THE ILLUSTRATED STANDARD OF THE GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG Linda Shaw says, "The standard for the German Shepherd Dog, while annoyingly vague in many respects, has not changed appreciably over the years. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the breed. From the 1940's, when most dogs in most countries looked pretty much the same, we now have West German show, West German working, East German, Czechoslovakian, English Alsation, American show and probably others y [more]
  GSD History Evolution of the German Shepherd in 30 Generations http://www.aniwa.com/renvoie.asptype=1&id=101809&cid=103053&com= 1&animal=0&lang=2&session GSD-Siegers (#1 dog in the world according to FCI world standards) 1899-on http://www.sensuroitu.net/GSD/history.htm An Absolutely Incredible Database. This particular page shows Siegers (male) and Siegerians (female). http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/gsd/siegershow_winners.html   [more]
20th Annual GSRNE Auction
Our 20th Annual Auction NEW LOCATION    Su [more]
Auction Donations and Tagging Party
Auction Donations What items are we looking for? German Shepherd items of course! [more]
German Shepherd Rescue of New England, Inc. (GSRNE) is looking for new foster homes.  Th [more]
Wish List
Our dogs need lots of supplies to keep them happy, healthy and safe!  From durable to [more]
GSRNE Buddy Honor Roll
The GSRNE Buddy Program helps to support our GSDs staying in our Foster Homes while they [more]
GSRNE Buddy Program
  Everybody Needs a Buddy Sometime!   So many people love our dogs and woul [more]
Did you know that in addition to rescuing German Shepherd Dogs and helping them to find [more]
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