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Facts about Java

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 00058

My name is Java!

German Shepherd Dog Dog for adption in McKinney, Texas - Java

Java's Info...

I am purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.

Java's Story...
Name: Java
Type: Dog
Sex: Female
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Color: Tan w/ black saddle and cream points
Age: 4 yrs 2 mths

Additional information:

Arrival Date: 1/23/2013
Adoption Profile: Previously kept outdoors, Doesn't like cats, Aloof, Quiet.
Adoption Summary: Java was used as a puppy factory they abandoned in the middle of the night at a shelter, with a logging chain around her neck and attached to a pole. She is somewhat aloof but does enjoy interaction with people, she does well in a crate. We are working on her leash manners, and she is learn to sit and wait before getting her food. Java really wants to come out of her shell and attach herself to someone. She is friendly, and very playful at times. Once Java realizes that she has found her forever home is going to blossom into a awesome member of someones family.

(Dogs and puppies with Rescue 2 Rehab are available for out of state adoption, if you are in a location that we have representatives available or a local rescue that agrees to do the home check on our behalf. Home checks are a part of our adoption requirements. Transport is available through various USDA licensed dog transport companies.).
If you are interested in Java, please go to
http://www.rescue2rehab.org/adoption-process.html and fill out an adoption app.

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About Rescue 2 Rehab - Texas Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

About Rescue 2 Rehab

We rescue dogs from high kill shelters, as well as from other dangerous and abusive situations. Some of these dogs require intense medical attention as well as a safe place to re-enter back into this world. During this process some of the dogs stand out as those that might be a candidate for the initial evaluations stage for becoming a service, therapy and emotional support dogs for people in need i.e PTSD, Autism Spectrum, Emotional/Mental and Developmental Needs. Dogs that pass the initial evaluation will go on to the first stage of training. We are currently in the process of searching for additional qualified trainers and fosters just for these dogs. Part of the mission is to make these dogs available to those that normally wouldn't be able to afford them, yet so desperately need them.


Dogs that do not pass the initial evaluation stage are put back on the available list to be adopted.

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Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Process

Requirements to Adopt

It is our responsibility to find the best possible homes for the dogs and puppies in our care. We consider important details in finding the right fit, such as a person's home, interests and lifestyle. We then match those with an animal's social, exercise and training needs. Some of our animals have special needs or requirements like being an only pet or medical issues or they may not be good with kids etc....Therefore we reserve the right to deny an adoption if we feel it is not a good fit or in the animal's best interest.

Adoption Requirements:

You must be at least 21 years of age
Have a valid, government issued, photo ID with you with your current address on it
Must have the knowledge and consent of all adults living in the household.
Must receive proof of pet deposit and lease allowing pets if renting.
Must be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide training, medical treatment and responsible care for a pet including yearly vaccinations, check up and monthly heartworm prevention (for dogs)
Must have everyone in the household that is 13 years of age or older read or have read to them explaining what is expected, and what needs to be done to insure the best chance of a smooth transition of the new pet into their new home. All members of the household 13 years and up MUST sign the contract extension stating they have read the information and agree with adopting the dog or puppy.
* Rescue 2 Rehab requires that all dogs/puppies that are adopted be inside dogs, and be members of the family.

All dogs and puppies will have had, or will need to have:

Vaccinations: DHPP-Parvo/Bordatella for dogs and puppies (as recommended based on age)
Yearly Rabies (for dogs and puppies over four months of age)
Worming (as recommended based on age)
Spay or Neuter or an agreement and date to have the surgery performed
Monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventive
Microchip ID and lifetime registration

Adopters receive the following:

Adoption counseling to help the adopter select the dog best suited to the family and home environment
Educational materials (see our website for information too)


Adoption Donation Fees:

$250 for dogs and puppies* (*discounts for law enforcement, fire fighters, Veterans and active military are available. Other discounts may be available depending on the animal on a case to case basis.)
The Adoption Fee helps us to cover the costs of all the animals in our care, including: tests, vaccinations, microchipping, spay/neuter surgeries, medications, surgeries, rehabilitation and boarding. Any donations over the stated adoption fees are greatly appreciated. On average, we spend more than the adoption donation fee for each animal in our care.

Adoption Process:

Visit http://www.rescue2rehab.org/adoption-process.html for our online adoption application. We will get back to you as quickly as we can ( we are an all volunteer organization). We will review the application with you by phone if there are any concerns or questions. We will require a home check for all dog adoptions. Once approved, you will sign an adoption contract and pay the adoption donation fee.

Note: We will always take back an animal if you can no longer keep them for any reason.