My name is Jackson!

German Shepherd Dog/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Baltimore, Maryland - Jackson
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I'm being cared for by:
All Shepherd Rescue

Facts about Jackson

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9559294
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

PLEASE NOTE: This animal is listed as a courtesy for another organization. This dog is not with All Shepherd Rescue.  Do not fill out an application online, instead please be sure to contact the foster/caretaker listed below for more information. 

Located in Kentucky.

From Jackson's caretaker: Email Caretaker for more information.

" The owners of Jackson, and the farm, wanted a puppy however due to the hectic nature of the farm they are unable to work with him, thus he has developed the bad behavior of chasing the cows (because it is fun) and the cars. A couple of months back he had the misfortune of being caught between the cattle trailer and truck and was injured -- hairline fracture in his hip & leg; sprained both front paws. We've nursed him back to health and he's back to playing and being a puppy...and chasing the cows/cars again.

He has been exposed to two year old twins and high school students through 4H. He is fine with small children, but after the accident he is afraid of people initially. It takes about 3 to 5 minutes for him to warm up to a new person. He has been good with the other dogs at the farm and neighbors dogs. No issues to date. He lives with about 10 cats, 50 chickens, 4 peacocks, 6 ducks and a guinea. He is fine with them all. He and the cats like to play together. He loves to run! And he loves to play chase.

Ideal home would be:  A home who was willing to devote the attention and time needed for a shepherd/hound mix. He has a lot of energy so it would have to be someone who is active. Not sure how you guys feel about hunting, but I think he'd make a great flushing dog. He does it naturally when we go on walks but is still able to differentiate between birds in the wild and birds on the farm."

Email Jackson's Caretaker for more information.

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.