My name is George!

Labrador Retriever/German Shepherd Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Seattle, Washington - George
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/German Shepherd Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Seattle, Washington - George
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Forever Home Dog Rescue

Facts about George

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/German Shepherd Dog Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Meet George, a male 7-8 year old shepherd/lab/pittie mix weighing 60 lbs. He's currently in the care of Saving Great Animals in Seattle WA.

George loves walks, car rides and scratching his back on the grass.

His ideal family would be able to spend a lot of time with him. He's a real people dog.

He would do best as the dog at home. He has a couple of dog friends but he needs to be properly introduced.

George should be in a adult home with no cats.

Here's what George's care taker says about him:

I love the fact that George wants so badly to be by your side. When he lived with me (as a foster), I loved how he would shadow me around. If I was in one room and would go to another room, he would seek me out and quietly assume a position next to me.

He is not a dog that demands you throw a ball or one that seeks constant attention. He is sturdy inside and out. I love how resilient he is. A real survivor.

George's adoption fee is $125. He's up to date on vaccinations and neutered.

About Forever Home Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Forever Home Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We receive dogs from owner surrenders and overcrowded shelters. All of the dogs are housed in private, loving foster homes in the greater Seattle area. We assess their behaviors and health and help them relax during their transition to a forever home. The dogs remain in foster care or in our kenneling facility until they are adopted. All of the dogs visit our vet for a health screening, are spayed or neutered, microchipped and are current on routine vaccinations.

Forever home dog rescue is not a shelter and thus you cannot see the dogs without an appointment.

We need foster homes! Thinking about adopting a dog, but not sure yet about which breed or if you're ready for the long-term commitment? Consider becoming a foster parent. A foster dog placement can be anywhere from two weeks to several months. We provide any dog supplies you may need and cover all necessary medical costs for your foster dog. You provide the love and attention and bring the dogs to adoption events at least twice per month.

Interested? Send us an email at and we'll send you a foster application. It's lots of fun and you will meet lots of dogs and other people who love dogs.

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We have adoption events many Saturdays. or

Our Adoption Process...

Interested in adopting one of our rescue dogs? Here are the steps to a successful adoption:

1) Review the dog's picture and bio;

2) Fill out an Adoption Application (click the "Apply to Adopt Me" button, or click the navigation link "Adoption Application")

3) We will screen your application* and call you to tell you more about the dog,

4) A Meet and Greet will be set up. All members of your household (dogs and humans) must attend the meet and greet;

5) If you are approved for adoption, pay the adoption fee, sign the adoption contract and receive the dog's health records;

6) Love and adore your new dog!

*FHDR Adoption Application Privacy Policy:

Our organization - Forever Home Dog Rescue - values your privacy. Any and all application information is private and will not be shared outside of our organization with ANY other party. After a decision is made on a dog, all applicant and adopter personal information will be disposed of by shredding. We do not retain any application information past adoption in an effort to preserve the security and privacy of applicants. Vaccination, microchip and medical records of adopted and current dogs can be accessed under the dogs name and month of adoption.