Tango – passed away June 2015

This is Jojo. His original name was Tango. He was an English Pointer adopted from GSP Rescue over 10 years ago. After contacting Wendy Hilton about our other GSP “Max” passing away, Wendy suggested we adopt Jojo, as he would be a perfect fit with our other pointer Rescue “Sadie/Doocy”. He was a very special guy. Never complained, never barked (unless he was playing), never ever growled, loved children… perfect!!! This picture is of him celebrating his 11th birthday last month – May 1st, 2015. Until his last 2 weeks of his life, he never showed any signs of illness. […]

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Fred – passed away June 2015

Fred was rescued from a shelter by NorCal GSP Rescue in April 2015 and he had a wonderful two months with his foster home. Although he was not with us long, this 14-year-old left quite the impression and was very loved by all who met him within the rescue. His foster mom says “he knew he was loved when it counted.”

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Oscar aka Oscar2

We think it’s safe to say it was love at first sight for Oscar and his new mom. She fell in love with Oscar and “his crooked little grin” in his photos and then the match was confirmed when the two met in person. After such a long road to recovery, we couldn’t be happier that Oscar found the perfect home to be his quirky little self forever! Thank you so much to Oscar’s amazing foster homes for seeing him through his health needs so he could find the home he deserved. Thank you also to Vicki and Jacquie for […]

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Dot

Dot’s foster home just couldn’t let her go to someone else and decided to turn her foster home into her forever home. Dot couldn’t agree more, we’re sure! Dot joins NorCal GSP Rescue alum Boyd for fun and games with her not-so-new family!

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Gidget

We thought Gidget would be in and out of rescue in a flash, but she tested positive for heart worm. Wah wah! Fortunately she tolerated the months of treatment and bed rest like a real trooper. Her adoptive family waited until she was finished with treatment and now Gidget can romp and play like any other young GSP. Good luck and best of health, Gidget!! Huge thanks to Gidget’s fosters, Angie and Bob, for getting Gidget healthy and teaching her to “settle.” Also thanks to Heidi and John helping her make it to her forever family.

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