Welcome to Freedom German Shepherd Rescue! We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) rescue comprised solely of unpaid volunteers that share the common goal of saving neglected, abused, and abandoned German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes from shelters, owners who can no longer keep them and partner rescues. Due to limited volunteer availability, we can only adopt to residents of North Carolina at this time.

Featured Dog - Waylon

Hello friends, I'm Waylon! I am a happy, sweet one-year old boy. I currently weigh about 55lb, although I have big feets so I may not be done growing yet. I'm still very puppy-like! I may have a little bit of Husky in me. My hobbies include snuggling with people, destroying my toys, and keeping a lookout for squirrels. I do have a pretty strong chase drive, so a home without cats is best, but I get along with my foster dog siblings well. I like to play with them but don't need to have another dog if you have time to exercise me. I like walks and love to chase a ball and pounce on it like a cat. I am almost totally housebroken and am getting pretty good at crate training, walking nicely on a leash, and sit/down. I learn pretty fast. It has only been a couple of weeks since I was rescued and my foster mom says I am a great student! My coat is very unique and my eyes are striking. I am extremely handsome and yet also adorable and snuggly, and super humble about it all. Sometimes I make cute Wookie noises. If you think you can offer me my furever home, please complete an adoption application. If you're already approved to adopt, reach out to your adoption coordinator. I am being fostered near Raleigh.

Colt is in pain and he needs your help! Freedom German Shepherd is having a fundraiser to help Colt.

Remember Colt, the one year old that had a severe case of demodex mange when he came into the rescue? He needs your help!

He has recently been diagnosed with elbow dysplasia (fragmented medial coronoid) by NCSU's Veterinary School. That means he has a fragment of bone in his elbow that needs to be removed to alleviate the constant pain he experiences.

NCSU's Veterinary School has created a comprehensive plan for Colt that includes surgery, medication, and a process called Platelet Rich Plasma, which uses his own blood to help in the healing process. This is a procedure that he needs done immediately so he can get back to being the pain free, playful puppy that he deserves to be.

On behalf of Colt, we are asking for our village to help with raising money so he can have this surgery. Please help us reach our goal of $4500! There is no donation that is too small. Also, please share Colt's story with your family and friends!

We are a 501(c)(3) so all donations are tax deductible.

Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 10 AM – 2 PM
Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 10 AM - 2 PM
Saturday, February 8, 2020 at 10 AM - 2 PM
Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 10 AM - 2 PM

2066 Kildaire Farm Road 27518

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Freedom German Shepherd Rescue
PO Box 410
Rolesville, NC 27571


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