Our Dogs attending Adoption Days


The following dogs are scheduled to attend our
September 23, 2017
Adoption Day Event,
from 11 am until 2 pm

San Jose Adoption Event
Pet Food Express
1152 Blossom Hill Rd
San Jose

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Females attending

Searching for a gal to snuggle on the couch with? Look no further, as our Aimee is just the pup for you! Aimee is a 9-month old black & tan female German Shepherd dog that was picked up as a stray by Monterey County Animal Services. Aimee is a very sweet pup, who craves attention from humans. She tends to do this by jumping up, almost appearing that she wants to cuddle. While it appears cute, she is learning that this behavior is not acceptable, and will not get her the end result she is looking for. She enjoys her crate, as she feels safe, and will sleep all night without any issue. She rode home from the shelter in a crate, and didn't make a sound. Aimee can be a bit shy, and will need a committed adopter to helping her overcome this behavior and gain confidence, providing her guidance and lots of TLC. More...
Interested in a doggie sport or need a running partner? Cayla is just the pup for you! Cayla is an 11-month old female German Shepherd pup that was rescued by a concerned citizen when she saw that the dog was not being cared for properly by her owner. Cayla passed her evaluation with no problems whatsoever. She is a very sweet, loving pup, who has not been exposed to much in her short life. She loves to be close to her humans, but is not needy. She loves to play with other dogs. and is quite an active pup who would benefit from an ongoing obedience course. She does have a habit of jumping up, but she is learning that this is unacceptable behavior. While she accepts the crate, it is not her favorite place to be, and can (at times) be a little vocal about her discontent. More...
Cuthail which means shy is a very sweet and timid girl. She was not doing well in the San Jose Shelter. The Shelter staff called us to rescue her. She was very unsure and confused by all of the recent changes in her life. She has obviously been through a lot and needs love and attention.  Cuthail or Cutie as we call her, is living in a boarding kennel and spending time in doggie daycare everyday. Cutie is dog friendly. She is waiting for a foster home to open. Cutie will need a patient home and training based on positive reinforcement. More... 
Molly SJ
Molly SJ is a 7 month old beautiful female German Shepherd who was an owner surrender. Molly's owners bought Molly and her sister Stella off of Craigslist when the pups were 3 months old.  4 months later the pups are big, the neighbors are complaining about their barking and the pups now found themselves crated 8-10 hours a day. When the hotline received the call, we decided these pups needed to get out of their current situation. When we arrived to evaluate the girls, the owner told us his cousin was going to take Stella, so Molly was the one for us. More...

Males attending

Hello. My name is Dallton and I am 18 month old male white German Shepherd. It seems like whenever I am out in the world, I get a lot of ooohs and aaahhhs. Not sure what that means, but it does happen a lot. I don't know what happened but my owner had to move away to China and left me with his roommate. Next thing I knew I was at the San Jose shelter where I didn't know anyone. I got very scared and the nice shelter people knew this was no place for a nice dog like me so they called GSRNC. They came and petted me all over and introduced me to another dog and all of this made me very happy. I guess I did the right things because now I am in a nice foster home in Burlingame. My neighbors have a friendly dog and 2 9 yr. old girls to play with. My foster mom and dad said that I really need a basic obedience training class. They will be taking me to training so that I can learn to control myself. I pull on the leash and get overly excited when I see another dog. More... 




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Please remember that the descriptions of dogs have been written by GSRNC volunteers and are usually based only upon our observation of the dog since the time it was rescued. While we try to provide dog descriptions that are fair and accurate, the nature of our work involves contact with dogs whose background and history are unknown to us. GSRNC cannot warrant or guarantee any dog's future behavior. For example, if we say that a rescue dog gets along with children, cats, or other dogs, this statement is usually based upon the fact that one of our volunteers has observed the dog interacting with his or her own children or pets. While this information may be helpful, we cannot be certain of how a dog will do with the children or pets in your home. If you are considering adopting, we encourage you to come to one of our Adoption Days and meet our rescue dogs. Ultimately, only you can decide whether one of our dogs is right for you.