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My name is German Shepherd PUPPIES!!
I'm being cared for by
Happy Landings Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Meet the Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Home Check

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
German Shepherd Dog/Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Black - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Age
Puppy
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current

My story

Our rescue was alerted to a sweet, young, female German Shepherd that was lying on the side of a county road for 3 days! She was unable to walk and it appeared that she had been hit by a car. Her knee was completely dislocated, but she was still so loving and sweet. We had her leg repaired and once she was feeling better, she was quickly adopted by a wonderful person and she was named Wynonna. BUT...it became quite apparent that Wynonna's belly was growing bigger and bigger by the day! After another trip to the vet, it was determined that she was pregnant with an unknown amount of puppies. "Unknown" because there were JUST...SO...MANY!!! Finally, on 1/27/22, she gave birth to eleven (11) healthy puppies! Wynonna was such a great mom, but by 6 weeks, she was done!! All the puppies have been weaned and are doing great on puppy kibble. They are so adorable and so playful! We believe they're mixed with Australian Shepherd or some other type of shepherd, but it is completely unknown. Wynonna is appears to be a pure bred GSD, but all we know is that dad was a dog!

Each puppy has had his/her first round of vaccines and has been dewormed multiple times. We have included pictures of puppies and mom. There are 7 males and 4 females in the litter.

Our adoption process includes an application, a meeting/play date with your future fur baby, a brief home visit, and an adoption fee. Our adoption fees are in place to offset veterinary costs (spaying, neutering, vaccines, deworming, and microchipping) and to ensure our dogs will not be used for dog fighting or any other malicious purposes.

Rescue

Happy Landings Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Website
Address
College Station, TX 77845
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Meet the Pet

Come meet all the adoptable pets at our facility or we can meet you at a different location with the pet of your choice.

2.

Submit Application

Application requires a list of 2 references that we will contact.

3.

Home Check

A brief home check to make sure it is a suitable environment for the pet.

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

We keep a copy and you keep a copy for your records.

5.

Pay Fee

All fees are refundable for the life of the pet. We require that the pet be returned to us if the adoption is not a good fit.

Additional adoption info

- Potential owner(s) fill out our adoption application. - A Happy Landings representative will conduct a brief reference check and get copy of your driver's license(s). - We will come to do a home/yard inspection prior to adoption. - Once approved, we ask that you sign our adoption contract before we allow the animal to be released into your custody. - We will conduct a brief follow up visit several weeks after the adoption to ensure that the animal is adjusting well.

Go meet their pets

We are currently a foster-based rescue organization right now, so if you would like to come meet any of our pets please contact us to schedule an appointment. (214) 771-2475 (214) 418-6037 HappyLandingsRescue@yahoo.com You can also 'like' us on Facebook www.facebook.com/HappyLandingsRescue

More about this rescue

We started this organization to fill a need. Animals are being euthanized in astonishing numbers across the country simply due to overcrowding of shelters. It's heartbreaking! Our main focus is to pull these animals out of these high-kill facilities and place them in loving forever homes. We have several local fosters that are willing to provide temporary TLC for these pets while they are waiting for their "forever humans" to come along! We are also passionate about community education in areas of need. The pet overpopulation problem rests solely on the shoulders of humans and that is why more focus needs to be placed on educating people and making them more aware of the issue. We want to give as many animals as possible the chance they deserve, so that is why we founded Happy Landings Animal Rescue.