J.D. (Johnny Drama)   

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JD is estimated to be around 2, give or take. Neutered, and fully vaccinated. This poor guy was hit by a car and left in a ditch. He was in pretty rough shape with a shattered limb, cuts and minor other injuries. He’s all healed up now and his fur is growing back where his limb was removed.
He gets around really well and likes to hop around/run when he gets playful.
JD will make an absolutely wonderful companion for someone. He’s a very mellow, calm boy, who’s affectionate and a an absolute big love.
He’s rather lazy most of the time. He’s crate trained but does well left unsupervised in the house.
Rides well in the car (needs help getting in)
He’s dog tolerant of easy going dogs, but would really like all the attention for himself.
If you think JD might be the right match for you, please consider submitting an application, so we can learn more about you.
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Seven is still just a puppy, estimated around 12+ months. This beautiful young girl was shot twice in the face and neck and dumped on the side of the road. She was skin and bones. We can only imagine her life before this happened to her.
She endured life saving surgery, and has gone through many weeks of recovery. She is still steadily gaining weight, and will fill out nicely in time. She’s one resilient, sweet girl no doubt!
We are now gathering applications to find the best home for her.
Adult home would be best. Older, dog savvy young adults might be considered. She needs a calm environment to settle into a new home and life.
**Seven is not on any medications at this time. There is a lot of scar tissue around her neck, and some deformity to the touch, that her hair hides, but she’s healing nicely. She had to have surgery in her mouth as well, removing damaged teeth and tissue.
She has a distinct head tilt and her neck mobility is affected, but she doesn’t let it stop her from being happy and playful.
She’s come a long way with being able to eat well.
She must eat dry kibble, spread out, or in a slow eater dish, in small amounts at a time. As long as she’s fed this way, she is just fine. This needs to be the way she eats for life.
Further details will be available for potential adopters.
**Seven can only wear a harness for the rest of her life. She cannot have anything around her neck.
A calm environment is best for her. Otherwise, she can get a little anxious. She will sing you an alert song (alert barks) that she sees people or dogs passing through.
When it’s rest time, she settles so well, loves a cozy bed and a bone to chomp on.
Seven is potty trained, crates well and doesn’t destroy her bedding.
She’s affectionate, loving and playful.
She is dog tolerant, reactive at first and needs time to warm up, but we likely will not be placing her with other dogs, due to her neck.
Due to her past, she is a little nervous meeting new people, but she warms up fast and loves attention.
She’s a very special girl and just captures your heart.

If you think Seven might be the right match for you, please consider submitting an application, so we can learn more about you.


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Marley is a super handsome, tall, 80lb+, neutered 3 year old sweetheart.
He’s a little nervous at first meeting new people but he’s a sweet boy. He does well with handling at the vet, car rides, walks pretty well on the leash.
Crate trained, potty trained, and knows basic commands.
Marley was in a loving home since he was a puppy, but lost his home due to his owner falling ill.
Marley is taking the change very well, considering his circumstances.

On occasion, Marley has seasonal allergy flare ups that are easy to treat.
Aside from this, he is healthy, lovable, fun, and will make someone very happy.

We would like Marley to go to an adult home with German Shepherd experience. Older, dog savvy young adults might be considered.

Dog friendly with happy go lucky, respectful dogs.

If you think this Marley might be the right match for you, please consider submitting an application, so we can learn more about you.

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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Ben is very special to GSRNY. Ben was scheduled to be euthanized several months back, and we stepped in to save him. He was covered in bite marks and had been hit by a car. After receiving the medical care he needed, we worked hard to find him his perfect match.
Anyone who’s adopted from us knows how hard we work to make sure our dogs go to amazing adopters. Still, no matter what, with each adoption, we have to hand over a precious life with complete trust that they will love, care for, and keep safe, this precious life...
This was absolutely not the case with Ben.
A long painful story short, thank God for our microchip, and through the help of animal control nearly 3 hours away, Ben is now back in the custody of GSRNY. Our hearts are still bouncing back from this horrible ordeal.
No matter how many policies and safe guards we put in place for our dogs, it’s very disheartening that things like this happen. It’s hard to comprehend how easily it is for some people to disregard a life so easily, ignore our contract which safeguards our dogs, and lets a precious life suffer and shockingly again, be put in serious danger. Ben is again, lucky to be alive.
Now we are seeking Ben’s forever, loving home. This sweet boy is so people loving, a big cuddle bug, and wonderful companion. He deserves nothing but a wonderful life from here on out.
He’s neutered and estimated to be around 2 1/2-3+ years old.
Rides well in a car, walks well on a leash, and loves to go for strolls and hang out at your feet chomping on a bone.
**He has some separation anxiety, so we are seeing someone who’s retired, or can take him to work. He loves going everywhere with his person.
**He also needs to be an only dog. He has no problem walking by other dogs, but he doesn’t want to interact and cannot share a space with one.
No kitties.
Ben has gone through so much, and he deserves the very best forever home.
If you think Ben might be the right match for you, please consider submitting an application, so we can learn more about you.

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