Coastal German Shepherd Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity based in Orange County, California since 2004. We are dedicated to finding loving homes for abandoned German Shepherds in Southern California. Our Rescue exists solely because of your tax deductible donations, which support our efforts to save these very deserving animals. Please donate today and help us save German Shepherds.
Sascha is lost in San Diego!
Sascha is a female German Shepherd Mix. She has Tan fur and a black face mask and distinctive tongue (black and pink). She is microchipped and spayed.
She was last seen in College Grove/Oak Park near the corner of Redwood and Juanita Streets, San Diego, CA 92105 - October 16, 2014 @ 1:30 p.m. Running past Carver Elementary. Link to goggle map location: Redwood and Juanita Streets.
Sascha is friendly and protective of family, but she is wary of strangers. Please don't chase Sascha as she may become aggressive if feeling threatened or cornered. If you see her please contact her owners: Kerry (call or text) (858) 337-6117 or Keith (call or text) (619) 665-1294 or send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her family is offering a reward for her safe return!
By joining our Foster Family program, you can offer the safety and healing environment of your home to a dog either waiting in a shelter for euthanasia or for rescue. The more volunteer foster families we have, the more dogs we can save from death in noisy, cold and uncaring shelters.
As a Southern California-based rescue, we make every effort to find LOCAL foster homes for the dogs we rescue. Unfortunately, though we appreciate the offers, we cannot send dogs out of state to foster.
Please fill out our online foster application if you would like to join our team of Foster Families and save a life by giving a dog in need a place to go!
Often, the decision to save a dog's life is determined by our ability to pay their medical bills! We have not been able to assist as many medical cases as our hearts have wanted to over the past couple of months due to a depleted medical fund. All too often, shelters in Southern California label a dog to be rescue only due to illness. This means the dog is not available for adoption by the public and their only hope for getting out of the shelter is a rescue.
Even more often, the dogs are released with a waiver of spay or neuter. This means that our rescue is taking on a dog that may likely be ill, is not altered and may not have its vaccines, all of which we are committed to taking care of. As an all-volunteer group that depends solely on donations, we now work even harder to raise the dollars to help these homeless pets!
While we have several high cost surgeries recently, just $25 can fully vaccinate one dog! $10 will cover one night of boarding. Your donation, combined with others, can help us put together the funds. Here's how your dollars can help:
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Cherese Mari Laulhere
Cherese loved her German Shepherd mix, Dudley. She always had a soft spot for animals and children. When she passed away in 1996, her family created a foundation so that her dreams of helping others could be fulfilled.
By supporting Coastal German Shepherd Rescue, Cherese has an opportunity to help the many loving German Shepherds like her beloved Dudley.
To learn more about Cherese and the organizations that she supports please visit www.cherese.org.