All Shepherd Rescue

We are a group of dog lovers who rescue, rehab and find new homes for German Shepherd dogs and German Shepherd mixes who are homeless or in danger of euthanasia in shelters.

Baltimore, MD,21203
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (410) 775-6473



German Shepherd Dog | Huntingtown Town Center, MD

Age : 5 Years 1 MonthAdultFemaleBlack



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Coat Length


Activity Level

Moderately Active

Energy Level


House Trained


Good in Home With


Meet Abby

Great news for Abby , she has found a wonderful home !   Abby is a very sweet dog who is looking for a home through no fault of her. After living together happily for 5 years , her entire life, Abby has been the subject of attacks from the other dog in the home, a male GSD. Her owner is having health issues and made the difficult decision to find Abby a new home to keep her safe. She felt Abby was much more adoptable than her male dog. Abby's owner says she is wonderful with her grand children and loves to hang out with them .  ASR has NOT met nor evaluated this dog but is sharing information provided by the owner. Due to the owner's poor health we are reviewing emails for her about ABBY. Please contact [email protected] for more information PLEASE NOTE : THE DOG LISTED IS SHOWN AS A COURTESY TO ANOTHER ORGANIZATION OR FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WHO NEEDS TO FIND A NEW HOME FOR THEIR DOG. ASR    HAS NOT EVALUATED THIS DOG AND MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES REGARDING EITHER THE TEMPERAMENT OR THE HEALTH OF THE DOG.  ALL SHEPHERD RESCUE HAS NO INVOLVEMENT  IN ANY ADOPTION THAT MAY RESULT.  

Adoption Process
Application, home visit, references and an adoption fee of $300 when a dog is adopted. We require some sort of training occur within 3-6 months of adoption.

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