Konah is in our Forever Foster program. She will be living out the rest of herdays in the comfort and safety of one of our Forever Foster homes. Learn more about becoming a Forever Foster home. Konah is a petite sweet girl who was surrendered to us for severe separation anxiety. Lucky for Konah, her foster home had been looking for a mellow companion for their older GSP girl Princess (also a NorCal GSP Rescue alumni), and from the minute they met her, they were in love. Even Princess who doesn’t always like to share her favorite sofa and her mom and […]
Beauford lives up to his name because this guy is SO handsome! He came to us needing a new home, but that hasn’t diminished his spirit! His foster home says he’s a goofy guy, with his tongue always out and is always wiggling his body around. Since he’s young (1 years old) he is energetic and will need a family to continue his training and give him plenty of exercise. He gets along well with other dogs, kids, and loves playing fetch! His foster mom even says he has a really soft mouth and will always release it at your […]
GROOT IS ADOPTED! This one year-old GSP mix is one sweet, loving boy. He came to us as a stray, but it soon became clear that he had good manners, slept well in a crate overnight, and could entertain himself with toys if there was no one around to romp with him. He is pretty calm for a GSP, and he loves to cuddle. His new forever home includes a retired mom and a human sister, so he should get plenty of cuddles. As for romping, he has a canine cousin who approved Groot joining the family. Thank you […]
Holmes and Watson grew up in the same household, but they were found as strays in a remote area up north. We sent Watson to UC Davis for needed hip surgery and PT to repair an old injury. The two dogs were overjoyed when they were reunited! Fortunately, they found a family that wanted them both, so they can remain best pals forever. Their new family is experienced with GSPs, and their home backs up to open space where turkeys love to roam. Better yet, their new mom is retired and can hang out with them all day, so […]
Booker is a big, goofy five year old who loves car rides and cuddling. He impressed his foster family with his house manners, even learning to use a bell to let them know when he wanted to go out. With a fun personality and good looks, it’s no wonder he turned them into Foster Failures. He’ll be staying in that home forever, along with a canine sister–our alum Gerde (formerly Gertrude). Thanks Janelle and Doug for fostering Booker (now to be called Uli), and for adopting him too.