Mission: Rescue as many homeless and abandoned german shephers as possible through medical rehabilitation, fostering, and re-homing through adoption.
Programs: The organization has rescued 68 homeless and abandoned german sheperds from owners and shelters that can no longer care for the animals. The rescued dogs are placed into temporary foster homes where they are socialized, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and treated for medical conditions prior to adoption. Then dbgsr actively seeks out permanent homes for the rescued dogs through weekend adoption fairs, the organization's website, and social media postings. The rescue coordinated 58 permanent adoptions in 2017.