My name is Herman!

German Shepherd Dog Dog for adoption in Dripping Springs, Texas - Herman
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German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas

Facts about Herman

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Our sweet boy Herman is doing great, eating well and gaining weight as you can see, and his fur is growing back nicely. He was able to be micro chipped and is ready to start interviewing for his new home. Our vet guessed his age to be about 2. He is very playful and just a big silly boy who loves to play.
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Herman is new to the rescue. We are trying to figure out how old he is, but hard to tell for sure. You see, poor Herman was a starving stray. He wandered up to a house, and the kind people took him in. Boy, was he in luck, as they are parents of a kind hearted vet who assessed him and gave him some good food.

Neutered Male
Age: Approx. 2 yrs.
Current on shots
Heart worm negative
House and crate trained
Will be micro chipped
Good with other dogs and people but learning social skills

Once they contacted us and found out we would take him they began treating him. A few good baths later and a lot of nutritious food, plus some vetting and a lot of TLC from the staff and he was ready to make the trip to us. In the meantime, Herman was tested and found to be heartworm negative! We decided he was so nasty no mosquito would bite him! He has been neutered and had all his shots, and will be micro chipped as soon as his skin is in better condition.

The staff lovingly named him Herman so we decided to keep that name for him. It is had to tell how old he is. He acts like a goofy pup and may even grow more, so hard to say. He still has a way to go before he is ready for his forever home, including lots more tlc and medicated baths, so keep an eye on Herman!

If you are interested in adopting Herman, please go to our website to complete our adoption application and someone will get in touch with you.

About German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission

German Shepherd Rescue of Central Texas strives to save German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes from neglect, abuse, and premature death. We give rescued
dogs a chance to have the good life they deserve through rescue, adoption, referrals, and behavior counseling. We do not sell dogs. We adopt intelligent, sensitive beings
into homes where their personalities and potential will be valued.

German Shepherd Rescue of Central Texas is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Equipment and supplies are purchased using the personal funds of our
volunteers, or are donated or purchased using contributions and adoption fees. If you would like to contribute, please read about how you can help.

Our Adoption Process...


This adoption donation helps to recover a least part of the cost of shelter release fees, spay/neuter, de-worming, shots, and other vet bills as well as food, and flea/heart worm preventative. All of our dogs are spayed/neutered before adoption, are current on all shots, and on heart worm preventative. Additional contributions are gratefully accepted.

1. German Shepherd Rescue .Central Texas does not do out of state adoptions
2. German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas does not adopt very young puppies (8 wks to 6 mos) to families with infants & toddlers.
3. German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas reserves the right to refuse adoption to anyone who does not meet the requirements listed above or who is determined to be an unsuitable match for our dogs based on the interview process, the home check, and/or responses and references submitted.
4. German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas does not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, or national origin.