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German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas
Success Stories - 2003


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Here's why we do what we do: These wonderful dogs have found happy, loving homes. Please read their uplifting stories.



Onyx  had only a few more minutes to live when we rescued him from the shelter. He came to us without knowing the joys of playing with toys or other puppy stuff. His personality quickly came out, and he became a lively, affectionate boy. Onyx  now lives with his new family in Central Texas, and is enjoying his puppyhood.



Toys used to be Kayla's favorite things - now her favorites are Megan and Hannah, her two girls. Kayla was with us for over a year, and is now happily in her new home. Her love of children and her gentle nature are rewarded with lots of tender grooming and primping from Megan, and squeals from Hannah.

Senta is a sweet, good-natured girl. She was rescued from the shelter after being turned in by her previous owners. Although, with her wonderful personality and striking looks, it's hard to understand how anyone would give her up.  She was adopted by a very nice lady who previously adopted a German Shepherd mix from our group.  Now Senta has an adopted brother to play with, and a very caring adopted mother to care for her.


Zoe was one of six puppies we rescued from starvation from a ranch in Bastrop County. She was the 'runt' of the litter, and had a few more challenges than the other puppies. She was so tiny, and it took her a while to recover from her ordeal. Zoe recovered beautifully to become a sweet, loving little puppy. She can't get enough of being held and loved, and she is getting plenty of attention in her new home. She has a built-in doggy pal, Duke, and loves to go in and out of the cat door.

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Success Stories - 2001

Success Stories - through 2000