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JeremyAnimal ID: 9.18.23.AAR.F

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About Jeremy

German Shepherd / Dutch Shepherd
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

***URGENT Need Foster/Adopter ASAP!!!*** Our rescue saved Jeremy from euthanisia at an overcrowded high kill shelter in TX. But due to record numbers of owner surrendering pets to shelters, there aren't enough fosters, which means we have to find local boarding kennel space. And if that fails, we need to transports pets to foster homes in other states, or boarding kennels there if we run out of fosters. None of which are ideal but it is better than the alternative. Jeremy is in boarding, but it still feels like a shelter to him. We need to find a foster or adopter ASAP, so he doesn't succumb to kennel stress. This mega handsome boy, Jeremy is one of the most chilled out Shepherds you will ever meet!!! Not one drop of GS anxious blood in this guy!! Jeremy is really super chilled out, nothing phases him! And he is at that positively glorious age in his life - at 5 yrs old, he is well past puppy, toddler and the terrible twos stage but not senior or slowing down! Right smack in between! Dogs? Yep, loves all of them! And puts others at ease too. Cats? Yep, those too! Issues? Nope!! Seriously, this pup is just 'fine'!! Is there anything not perfect about this handsome pup? - Well yes, I mean no one is perfect after all, he is very under weight. So we really would like to find a foster or adopter ASAP, so he can get back to a good weight and start enjoying all that life has to offer in his furvever home. So, if you or someone you know are interested in adopting Jeremy. Please contact KENNEDY by email or text at (802)673-9026. [Note: Often now, the shelters are giving rescue groups a lot less than 24 hrs notice of the following day's euthanasia lists! Resulting in everyone is scrambling to find fosters or even urgent fosters during that time, as the usual foster homes are now full too. Shelters are overflowing in droves mainly due to owner surrenders. Healthy pets that owners, or their families, are surrendering to shelters, especially in southern states, are being euthanised in record numbers. If no fosters available, we have to look for space in local boarding kennels and when that fails, our only option is to get these precious innocent pets on transport to other states, either to fosters there, or final resort boarding kennels. And for these pups, a boarding kennel is the same as a shelter, a cage or cement kennel. None of this is ideal. Our only hope is to get thrm into as many foster homes as we can, wherever, until we can get them into their furever homes.]

Rutland County


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats


  • High Energy


  • Needs to be Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current
  • Malnourished

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