Please Be within 60-90 minutes of Delmar NY
If you are interested in adopting from GSRNY, please look into our adoption process, on the ADOPTION APPLICATION PAGE, and please read below, before contacting us:
Not all of our dogs are listed on our website here. Please check our Facebook page and Petfinder as well.
All of our dogs are fully vetted before adoption. Copies of all medical records will go to adopters.
**Vet appointment dates must be scheduled by adopters and date given to GSRNY before an adoption can take place.
**Due to the Pandemic, Current Restrictions:
Please be able to print, scan and send all paperwork between you and GSRNY through email in PDF format.
Have the ability to video your home, inside and out.
We are thankful for satellite & video options, so we can see your location.
**Excellent vet history and references are a must.
**We ask that adopters have plenty of time to work with an adopted dog/puppy.
Please do keep in mind, your regular work schedule. The Pandemic has changed schedules for some, but should always be training and preparing for regular work hours & schedules**
**Our adoption Process may not be for everyone, or the distance too far. Please check out your local shelters and rescues. There are so many animals in need everywhere, we are only one of many.
**If you are considering adopting from GSRNY, please first ￼read through our adoption process, details and donation fees. If you are still interested in moving forward, please see the ADOPTION APPLICATION PAGE for details.
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Nova AVAILABLE for Adoption
Nova, guesstimated age 4-6, is a big beautiful girl, weighing in at 74lbs. She’s at a good weight finally, and stands very tall. She has huge amazing ears, and is a very sweet girl.
Over 3 months ago, she was found in awful shape, very thin, and giving birth to puppies on a lawn. Only one puppy survived.
She had Heartworm (which she’s been fully treated for) and X-rays revealed hip dysplasia and some arthritis in the spine. The vet feels strongly that it’s from rough breeding.
She is not in any pain from either, and all she needs right now is her daily bone and joint supplement.
She’s friendly to all people.
She’s a bit anxious about seeing other dogs she doesn’t know, but we think this is mostly over her only surviving puppy.
As of today, her puppy has a new home. (No guarantees—>) but suspect this will subside quite a bit without her puppy around.
It’s best for Nova to go to a home without other dogs.
She does very well with good leadership and her new found leash/walking skills. Otherwise, she can be very strong on the leash.
She rides well in the car. Crate trained, although she’d rather hang out with her person.
All around Nova is just sweet, a big love, and of course beautiful. She will make someone very happy.
She has been a wonderful mom to her pup, and now it’s her time to finally get a loving forever home of her own.
If you think Nova might be the right match for you, please consider submitting an application, so we can learn more about you.
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