Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance

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Our featured pet introduces herself...

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Please read the following procedures carefully. Following these steps will enable us to match you with your new canine family member as quickly as possible.

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SASRA is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization dedicated to giving a second chance to pure-bred German Shepherd Dogs who have been abandoned, turned into animal shelters, or no longer wanted by their family. Our volunteers are dedicated to saving a breed of dog endowed with intelligence, loyalty, devotion and honor. We look for permanent homes for our dogs, who have so much love to give. We are dedicated to helping as many dogs as we financially can. We also want to educate the public about the needs and characteristics of German Shepherd Dogs. For more information about our organization, please call us at 215-542-2716! We're looking forward to hearing from you!

** SASRA believes in the foster care system and the dogs in our program are all living in volunteers' homes. The address for SASRA is a private residence used for corporate purposes only and is not a kennel facility where dogs are kept.

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Because of the number of unwanted pets each year, we are always looking for financial donations as well as supplies. However, money isn't all we need. We need your time and talents. We desperately need more foster homes for our dogs and help with phone calls and other areas of the adoption process! We can also use your help with fund raising, public awareness events, and many other areas! For information on volunteering, call us at 215-542-2716 or email SASRA. Please mail any donations to:

ATTN: Online Donations
309 Mill Road
Hatfield, PA 19440

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Interested in learning what volunteer opportunities are available with SASRA. Come to an orientation meeting. Meet some of the SASRA volunteers and see where your talents can be used to help find homes for our beloved German Shepherds. Please call 215-542-2716 ext 5 and a SASRA volunteer will get back to you or visit us at one of the events listed. Email: Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance Volunteers

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Shop Online and Raise Money for SASRA
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Do you like to shop? Would you like to save a shepherd while doing it? Check out these sites. Your purchases help us raise money to save German Shepherds!

Helping Udders (tugs and udder cool dog stuff) - This online store has all kinds of fun stuff for your best friend. Shop here and click our name and 25% of your purchase will help rescue more German Shepherds. IMPORTANT: You must indicate "(Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance)" in the message section of the check out process. Just click the logo below!

Where Your Purchase Helps Support Rescue! - Select SASRA (Save a Shepherd Rescue Alliance) as your charity. We get a percentage of any purchase you make from - Select SASRA as your charity. We get a percentage of any purchase you make from iGive. So shop to your heart's content! You should feel extra good knowing that your purchases have helped rescue a wonderful canine! They have great savings for you, too!

Rottiweiler Bros. - For a direct connection to SASRA's We are Not Disposable t-shirts and other wearables, with the Shepherd design, this is the site to see. They also sell many items for the pet lover in your life. They have wearables, computer accessories, banks, kitchen accessories, outdoor wear and the list goes on. SASRA receives a portion of the proceeds for anything you buy. Rottiweiler Bros.

Cafe Press - Visit Save A Shepherd's very own store. If you are looking for unique designs and sayings with GSD's on them, come visit our shop. You will not find these designs anywhere else. If you are looking for a unique gift shop no further. There is everything from t-shirts, mugs jewelery boxs, note cards, ect...70 items in all.

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For complete and detailed information about upcoming events click on the “click to see our events”


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  • German Shepherds shed a lot. If having dog hair flying around you house bothers you then, you definitely should not consider getting a German shepherd. They shed continuously, as well as blow all their undercoat at least twice a year, spring and fall. To help with this, they should be brushed regularly, but this will still not stop the fur balls from collecting everywhere.

  • German Shepherd is a large breed, and a very energetic one. They require daily exercise to keep them healthy and happy. They do not do well confined to a dog run or yard on their own all day, every day. They are very devoted to their family members, and much prefers to be with them every waking moment, rather than shut away on their own.

  • If you are going to be gone for long periods of time and do not have time for training and playing that the GSD needs, then please consider another breed of dog. German Shepherd Dogs do NOT do well as outside dogs left in kennels with little or no attention, nor do they do well sitting out on a chain all day, just being fed twice a day, with little human contact. They love people, and they want to be with people. The more time you spend with your GSD, the better he will get. A GSD left for long periods of time will quickly become a nuisance barker, digger and chewer.

  • They require obedience training, basic commands and house manners. German Shepherds are a very powerful breed, and unless taught to walk nicely on a lead, they can drag their owner on quite a tour of the neighborhood, Obedience training should also include socialization, with other animals and with humans.

  • German Shepherds are very intelligent dogs, and require a firm handler. This does NOT mean an abusive handler but, rather, one that will confidently take his/her place as pack leader (there is a BIG difference). German Shepherds need a job to do, and if left to their own devices too often, they will create their own enjoyment, which could be eating your furniture, digging up your back yard, or barking non-stop all day long.

  • Remember, the GSD is big dog, an active dog, a working dog, and a loyal dog. So if you don?t mind a little extra vacuuming and extra time spent on your dog, then in return you will have a wonderful friend and companion.


    Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance - Legal Notes

    A 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. 309 Mill Road, Hatfield, PA 19440. Phone: 215-542-2716. Donations are tax-deductible. The official registration and financial information of Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

    Email: Save A Shepherd Rescue Alliance

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