My name is Magnolia!

Border Collie/German Shepherd Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Baltimore, Maryland - Magnolia
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I'm being cared for by:
All Shepherd Rescue

Facts about Magnolia

  • Breed: Border Collie/German Shepherd Dog Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 8488404-529
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

A wonderful ASR volunteer drove all the way to SC to transport her, her sister and 5 other lucky pups to the TLC of ASR volunteers!

Update: Maggie, as she's called at home, is getting along well with the resident dogs, especially the female. She is quite frightened of the humans but we are working to alleviate that. Hand-feeding and lots of holding should help her work out her fears in no time. Poor thing has been through a lot in the last few days!

After a few visits with the bathtub, Maggie's coat is full of shine and softness. Her sweet little black face is nothing short of adorable. She is going to be a beautiful dog!

5/3 Update: Maggie has greatly improved in keeping her crate clean! No accidents for five days now and she has learned to use her voice when she needs "to go".  We are still working on overcoming her fear of humans. Maggie is settling down a little faster while being held and seems to enjoy the shoulder rubs!

5/18 Update: Maggie continues to grow and thrive! She is showing a little less fear toward the resident humans, but still skittish. It is much easier to touch her if one of the resident dogs is also receiving attention. I think deep down she really wants the attention but just can't quite bring herself to fully relax. Maggie most likely will need a companion dog to help her feel a part of the "pack".

7/18 Update: Maggie is warming up to her foster mom, allowing petting and easy leashing. She is mastering the "Sit" and "Wait" commands while on walks, which she loves! Maggie goes readily to her crate (most of the time) when commanded, she's much faster at this if she sees a treat in my hand! She's a sweet little girl that will need time and patience from her forever family. Maggie will soon be meeting with a professional trainer to help us determine how best to help her overcome her fear of humans.

8/11 Update: There has been some progress made with Maggie. She loves going for a walk and comes readily, and excitedly, to me when she see's her leash and hears "let's walk". We are still dealing with "accidents" in the house due to Maggie's discomfort of getting too close. If loose, she has to be closely watched. If she is tethered or in her crate, Maggie will bark and whine to go out.

10/11 Update: Maggie has been attending group obedience classes and is doing very well. She walks nicely on a leash, with occasional, gentle reminders. She will sit on command and knows "wait". Maggie's recall is coming around. Because Maggie is around "new" people in class, she is learning that people are okay to be near, and even better if they have a yummy treat!  Maggie is a very sweet, affectionate little girl. She can be mischevious but corrects easily, if you're not laughing too hard!

**When applying to adopt one of our puppies, please remember this: Up to the age of 8 months old, puppies cannot be left alone for a standard work day.  Arrangements will have to be in place for 4-hour intervals until the pups are at least 8 months old. Having someone with them every 4 hours until they are older greatly facilitates the housebreaking process

If you are not yet approved to adopt from All Shepherd Rescue, please fill out our online application at Our adoption fee is $300.00.


Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About All Shepherd Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of German Shepherd lovers who help homeless German Shepherds that are in dire straits and need rescue.

We rescue dogs from kill shelters or other situations where the dogs' life is in danger. We fully vet our dogs and our wonderful fosters care for our dogs until their "forever home" is found!

We are a dating service for dogs, helping potential adopters find the perfect match for their families. We will work with you tirelessly until we find the perfect fit for your family!

We make a lifetime commitment to every dog and every adopter and we are there to answer questions and help with the transition to your home.

Why do we do it? We LOVE dogs , especially German Shepherds, and it breaks our hearts that so many adoptable GSD's never make it out of shelters.

We are an all volunteer group and are always looking for new volunteers to help us in our mission to save dogs!

FOSTERS, we need YOU!!!!

We need fosters to provide a safe haven while a dog is waiting for his/her forever home! If you think you cannot foster because you couldn't let your foster dog leave, talk to us!! While many of us have adopted one or more of our fosters ( we call it Failing Fostering 101 !!!) we can tell you how wonderful it is to see your foster become a beloved addition to a new family.............and opens up a space to save another dog on death row!

If you have any questions at all about fostering please give us a shout and we are happy to answer all questions.

If you cannot foster, we always need volunteers to help host events, do fundraising and PR .

And , of course, we always need donations to pay the vets who keep our dogs healthy and the trainers who help us with doggie manners!

Donations are always welcome and very much appreciated!

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our dogs are in foster homes and are seen by appointment for approved adopters.

Our dogs also attend many dog meet and greet events at Adoption Events, Petsmart and Petco and other venues.

Check our Events Listing on our website: for an updated listing of where we will be!

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application, personal and vet references and a home visit done by an All Shepherd Rescue volunteer.
Our application fee is $250.
Fencing is not always required subject to a satisfactory Home Visit.