German Shepherd Iowa Rescue
please rescue, there are so many in need. i've had registered sheppies all my life, didn't start to rescue until a few years back...gotta tell you, rescues are THE BEST. somehow they know you've saved them and they are forever thankful and they let you know it. it is so incredibly rewarding. take care and good luck in your search for just the right german shepherd dog!
mom to seraphina blue & the cashman
miss jeni-take-a-ride, rescued 7/07
shangri la's great white caesar, rescued 4/09
hearthside's cinderfella (RIP 4/20/09)
shep von bellefontaine (RIP 6/9/10)
voodoo lily (dsh) & cricket (african grey)
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