German Shepherd Kentucky Rescue
Check out the artwork via the link below!Be sure to mention Stepping Stone and for a limited time you will get a FREE notecard with any purchase!
Stay Tuned for upcoming events.We can also be seen at many dog shows in and around Kentucky,Ohio,Tennessee,Indiana and sometimes Georgia and Alabama.
Watch the main website events page atthe Stepping Stone German Shepherd,Inc. Website forupdates!!We are a 501(3)c organization and all donations are tax deductible within the laws.
We use probiotics and other supplements on the dogs and are seeing fantastic results.
We are using more and more Oxyfresh products on the dogs and seeing WONDERFUL results.Just ask us about them and how to order.
We also are seeing fantastic results with magnetic therapy. We would be glad to share our ideas and wonderful success stories.Stepping Stone German Shepherd Rescue is an all volunteer,not for profit organization dedicated to finding new homes for German Shepherd Dogs.
Our German Shepherds are primarily from homes that can no longer keep them for a variety of reasons: lack of commitment,lack of knowledge about the breed,divorce,illness,death of owner,moving,allergies or abuse.We also have German Shepherds that were found as strays or were obtained from shelters.
We have many wonderful German Shepherds available for adoption from 8 week old puppies to senior citizens,long and short coats and many color patterns.
Our dogs are fostered for at least a number of weeks before becoming available for adoption.They are started in obedience training and socialization activities.This allows us to evaluate the dogs for temperament and health before matching them with their new human companions.
If you have questions about whether a German Shepherd Dog is the right dog for you,see our breed information page on our main website at are a 501(c)3 organization,so donations are tax deductible!
Get in your last minute deductions before the end of 2008!!
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