We sought out Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue after doing some research on other groups, and found that they were so very serious about placing their GSD's with the right family for the right reason. We adopted Eli in September of 2012, I could not believe how true his bio was, spot on. He is the most loving laid back boy and really wants to please you. Ad in return all he asks and needs is to be loved back. After his long journey on the road back to good health ( with the love and help from all who worked with), I can't imagine life without him. He is an amazing boy. And mama loves her baby E❤
We were already the proud parents of another GSD (female... And very ALPHA), and decided she needed a sibling, and rescue was the on.y way to go. There was an adjustment period but she loves him as much as we do. She lets him know who is in charge from time to time and he lets her know when he heard her the first time. There is nothing like coming home and having both babies great you at the door with so many kisses and so happy to see you.
Is you are looking to adopt this is the group to go thru, great people, great set of standards and they are always there if you need them . Long after you have taken your baby to their furever home. They do wonderful amazing things. They are GSD's Guardian Angels that is fur sure.
I adopted a 2 year old German Shepherd recently, Kaiser. I was very impressed by this group, all volunteers involved in the process were very helpful. They truly care about the dogs they rescue and take the time to make sure the right dog will go with the right family.
I am a volunteer. At present I have adopted two dogs from Second Chance GS Rescue. One is older and very much the love bug. Her temperment shines through. At the last event for the group, she was there as a greeter (Happy Tails). She loved the attention. The other female is almost a year now. She was very sick when I first got her. Taking her through the recovery and deciding to keep her as she fit well with my pack. The Second Chance GS Rescuegroup as a whole is very cohesive. Everyone works well together for the common goal of getting the GSD adopted. I have found it to be very rewarding watching the rehabilitation of the dogs coming through this program. From the time that we get them to the time they go to their forever home. Our volunteers put much time and effort in to make the sure the dog is rehabilitated and that it goes to the right home.
I sought out Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue Houston due to the amazing work they do for the dogs that otherwise have no chance of being adopted or making it out alive from shelters due to their physical condition. Over the past year I have seen Second Chance take in and nuture some of the sickest and saddest cases of neglect and abuse. Second Chance looked past the health issues, the cost involved, and brought these dogs back to the beautiful Shepherds they were meant to be. For these reasons I chose Second Chance German Shepherd when I donated my walkin wheelz cart for hanicapped pets. I considered selling it online, but decided that a nonprofit dog rescue would benefit more. With the number of sick, neglected, and abused German Shepherds Second Chance has taken in it was an honor to be able to contribute in such a small way. Second Chance truly has some Angels in their organization and a blessing to know that there are German Shepherds out there who have these Angels looking out for them.
I have never seen a rescue organization as well run and as tight-knit as Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue. The people work very well together, and they care more for German Shepherds than can be imagined. They will not reject any dog, regardless of history or medical conditions, so long as it passes a temperament test. They pour their hearts, souls, time and money into every dog that comes through the program. All in all, they are just an amazing rescue!
We discovered this wonderful organization by accident. When our dog died recently of old age, we soon realized how much we loved him as a member of the family. We wanted a new companion immediately, and we started to search local shelters. We really wanted a German Shepherd, but the chances of finding one in a shelter was slim.
While my wife was searching shelters on the internet, Second Chance's website appeared as one of the choices. We did not even realize that there were groups out there that fostered specific breeds of dogs, and to find one that fostered German Shepherds was more than we hoped for.
Once we contacted Second Chance, we could tell they were good people.
They loved their foster pets, and we were interviewed thoroughly to make sure that whatever dog we wanted would be a good fit for our family. Our house had a walk-through and the yard was inspected to make sure that the dog would be safe in his new home.
We made several visits to public places where the dogs were greeting potential family members, and then we met Austin and his foster mom, Michelle. Michelle told us about Austin's rough start in life, but Michelle and Second Chance took him in and nursed him back to health. They also gave him the love that he had not received previously.
Austin is now a happy member of our family, and he is spoiled rotten.
The kids love him and play with him whenever they get the chance.
Michelle, her family, and the rest of the the volunteers at Second Chance are taking these German Shepherds into their homes because they love these animals, especially this breed.
No one knows the mind of God, but I have to believe that there is a special place in heaven for those who care for animals that cannot care for themselves.
Volunteering with Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue Houston has become a very large part of my life, and one of which I am extremely proud. This is the most dedicated, caring, group of rescuers I have ever been associated with. I work especially with Intake. When we need a dog in a shelter temperament tested, or picked up and taken to a vet, or delivered to a foster home, people always step up. This group is like a huge family that all get along with each other, and work very hard to save German Shepherds and place them in qualified, loving forever homes. We take the care of the shepherds we rescue very seriously. We completely vet them, love them, and put them in our foster homes until they are ready to be adopted. And since we care so much about our dogs, each person who wants to adopt, must fill out a detailed and lengthy application. We then call their vet and two other references, do a home visit and have several meetings of the foster family, the family wanting to adopt, and the German Shepherd they are hoping to take home with them. We only adopt a dog to families who we feel will love, cherish, and take care of our dog for the rest of his or her life. This has become a passion of our members and for me personally. I am so thankful for this group! Each volunteer makes this group what it is...caring, dedicated, and determined to give a new and happy life to as many German Shepherds as we can.
I adopted a German Shepherd puppy from Second Chance, and found it a
wonderful experience all the way around. The group really cares deeply about the breed, and about making the perfect connection between dog and adopter. They take all family dynamics into consideration, and work hard to make the right match. They are a very active group of volunteers that work tirelessly to find great dogs "furever homes." I just can't imagine my life now without my sweet boy Blitz. Two thumbs up to Second Chance!
I have recently become a foster mom for Second Chance German Sheperd Rescue. The people in this group have been very supportive in every way. I attended an event last weekend and the members were friendly and full of knowledge of this breed. I'm very excited about my future with them and helping to save more dogs.
My husband and I have been a part of this rescue since its inception and we couldn't be prouder of the work that our board and fosters do to give our dogs a second shot at a happy life. Since the early days, we've added volunteers faster than I could have ever imagined and seen our members step up to help in ways we couldn't have anticipated. Our volunteers are flexible, reliable, dedicated and hard working. Our group celebrates all of our successes and grieves the losses. My husband and I took in the first rescue in the group and ended up adopting her. We personally have benefited from the opportunity we had to foster for the group and were lucky enough to find our newest family member as well.