My name is JUNIOR!

German Shepherd Dog/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix Puppy for adoption in New Windsor, New York - JUNIOR
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I'm being cared for by:
Orange County Barker's Rescue

Facts about JUNIOR

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Junior is almost a year old and he's a GSD/Mix who has almost all of his basic commands down! Still working on the "stay"....but he's almost got it!

He's a full of life pup who would love an active family, and someone who will continue training with him.  Junior does very well in a home, and enjoys the comforts of his own bed.  He likes to be around kids, and does well with another dog who isn't the alpha.
He's a big boy and still has some growing to do.

Junior would do best in a home with a fenced in yard where he has room to run and play, and a home where there aren't any very small animals.

He is UTD on all vaccinations, has been neutered and is microchipped.

If you are interested in Adopting/Fostering Junior, please fill out our online application below:

Click here to fill out an online application

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About Orange County Barker's Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Orange County Barker's Rescue is a small non-profit organization made up of a group of volunteer dog lovers who primarily Rescue dogs from very High Kill Shelters in the southern part of the US. Once rescued our dogs are completely vetted and all medical needs are taken care of. They are spay/neutered, up to date on all vaccinations, are tested and treated for heart worm and all parasites. They are given heart worm and flea and tick preventative and are microchipped. They stay in a local foster until transported to us in New York. Once with us, we then get to know the dog and work with the individual needs of each dog. We teach them socialization, with both people and other dogs. We start them on basic training, as well as potty training. We keep our Rescue dogs with us until we feel they are really ready to leave and go on to their new life in their forever homes. We work very hard for our dogs, and love them as if they were our own.

Our Mission Is Simple

Rescue - Rehabilitate - Re-home

We don't discriminate against age, health or breed. We are a non-breed specific Rescue. We Rescue the small and the large, the sick and the aged. We love them all and they are all worthy of a second chance in life.

"We don't know the past chapters of their lives, they are lost and forgotten. From the time we take a dog into Rescue, we vow, that every chapter, until their final one, will only be happy ones." LHKane / Founder -OCBarker's Rescue
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Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption Events will be posted. We do have a small facility and you can make an appointment to come and meet some of our furry friends after an Adoption Application ( ) has been approved. Email or call (845) 597-4043 if you have any problems with the application link or if you have any questions.

By adopting one of our dogs it gives us the opportunity to save another life!! Please think ADOPT, and don't SHOP!!

Our Adoption Process...

If you see a dog that you think might be a great match for you and your family, we first require that an Application for Adoption be filled out.
We do check Vet references as well as personal ones. After you become an approved adopter you will receive either an email or a call from us to let you know. We do require a Home Visit. If you're not local to us, we work closely with other Rescue Groups and trusted volunteers who can do the home visit for us. There is no exception to the rule. Every one must have a home visit done before we place one of our dogs. We have a binding contract that must be signed. Our contract states that in the event you no longer can keep a dog or cat that has been adopted, for whatever the reason, they come back to us. Our contract also states that you are adopting a dog/cat and will keep them as an inside pet, will vet your dog/cat once a year, provide them with a good balanced diet and fresh water.......

All of our pets have been spay/neutered (unless they are too young) are UTD on all vaccinations, are on Heart Worm and Flea and Tick preventative and are microchipped. They are ready for adoption and have a clean bill of heath unless there is an issue with a special needs animal, and in that case you will know everything there is to know about them.

Our fees vary and range from $200 - $350

We are always busy, so please be patient. We WILL answer a call or an Email. Email seems to work better for us, so keep that in mind.