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My name is Simi!
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Canine Pet Rescue

Facts about me

German Shepherd Dog
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with Black
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
(Current) 55 lb
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Simi wandered to a home in Rockdale County, hoping this human was kinder than the one she knew previously. Her back was swollen where a bullet ripped through, barely missing her spine. A stranger made sure she was fed, warm and safe while he found a rescue who could get the medical treatment she needed.Within a few days Simi was at our rescue and immediately taken to see our vet. She has additional health conditions, along with her gunshot wound, and has already began seeing specialists for a mass in her abdomen. Update: Mass Removed, Simi is spayed, all is good!  Simi is good with other  large male dogs, but needs a home with NO small dogs or cats, as her prey drive is high. CPR is committed to her health and recovery, and will assist with any future medical needs should they arise.



Canine Pet Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Dacula, GA 30019

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption process begins with the adopter filling out our online adoption application. Vet references are checked first, as we have a stringent policy requiring all current and past pets to have proper vetting provided. After the vet reference is complete, personal references are contacted, and a home visit is scheduled with the adopter. Finally, the adopter is invited to meet all of the dogs that might be a fit for their home. Fees range from $200 to $400.

Go meet their pets

All appointments are scheduled between the adopter and one of our adoption counselors, after the application process is completed.

More about this rescue

Canine Pet Rescue Corp (CPR) is dedicated to reconditioning wayward dogs, inparticular German Shepherd Dogs, with the end goal of placing them in a stable environment, which harbors positive behaviors from the dog. Many times, a dog will remain in our program for months, until the right environment is found. CPR believes that quality over rides quantity. We advocate responsible pet ownership and believe that education is key to providing wayward canines a strong and successful life. We believe that canines can be therapists, teachers, motivators, and friends and the love of the DOG carries us to the goal of rescuing, rehabilitating, and training these misplaced canines. We are a small group, made up of various rescue individuals that assume the responsibility of caring for, providing medical care, rehabilitating, and training misplaced or owner surrendered canines. Many of the dogs within the organization have been mishandled or placed in the wrong environment and are in desperate need of mental stimulation, training, and a proper structure in their lives.