Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary

A Millburn, NJ 07041 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Jim Dascoli

Pets at Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female
Photo of Wolverine


Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

Photo of Blitz


Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

Photo of The Dude

The Dude

Male, Adult
Rottweiler / German Shepherd Dog

Photo of Dumbledore


Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

Photo of Jack


Male, Adult
German Shepherd Dog

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1 - 5 of 5 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary Serves

We server New Jersey, New York City, Delaware Valley, Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New York, and in special circumstances we will consider Connecticut.

Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary's Adoption Process

Our adoption fee is:

Ages under 3 years old: $450

Ages 3 to 8: $250

Ages 8 and older $150 (or waived)

For dogs older than 10 or with medical issues we will waive the adoption fee. This is done on a case by case situation.

We do not adopt puppies. If you are interested in adopting a dog under 4 years old there are a number of respectable German Shepherd Rescues in the New Jersey metropolitan area that can accommodate you, including Shepherd's Hope Rescue and Garden State German Shepherd Rescue.

About Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary

Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary specializes in helping adult and senior German Shepherds and mixes find their forever home. Sadly, many older dogs are dumped in shelters and most often are the first to be euthanized to create room for younger, supposedly more adoptable dogs.

Our mission is to find loving homes who realize the special nature, love and enjoyment these dogs can bring to a household.

We work with owners who because of circumstances beyond their control need to find a home for their dog. We also work with many shelters and rescue organizations in the Northeast.

Come Meet Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary's Pets

Make a donation to Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary to help homeless pets find homes