Dogs in Homes

These are pictures of dogs currently in the Thulani Program.  Just click on any picture to learn and see more about that dog.  These dogs are currently in their forever homes.  To see the dogs still needing homes, please go to thulanidogs.org,  and click on  available dogs.

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Lillie T.

Lillie T.

Daisy T.

Daisy T.

Gena T.

Gena T.

Macie T.

Macie T.

Banjo T.

Banjo T.

LA Duke T.

LA Duke T.

Taz T.

Taz T.

Marcia T.

Marcia T.

Truxel T.

Truxel T.

Kumal T.

Kumal T.

Greta T.

Greta T.

Ozzie T.

Ozzie T.

Sierra T.

Sierra T.

Guthrie T.

Guthrie T.

Elvira T.

Elvira T.

Rocky T.

Rocky T.

SuzyQ T.

SuzyQ T.

Gracie T.

Gracie T.

Annie Oakland T.

Annie Oakland T.

Junior T.

Junior T.

Jax t.

Jax t.

Amelia Faith T.

Amelia Faith T.

Lobo T2

Lobo T2

Mister Achilles T.

Mister Achilles T.

Lobo T.

Lobo T.

Carmel Roxy T.

Carmel Roxy T.

Taz T.

Taz T.

Boyd T.

Boyd T.

SC Bear T.

SC Bear T.

Sugar T.

Sugar T.

MV Lucky T.

MV Lucky T.

Alex T.

Alex T.

T. Rex

T. Rex

Heidi T.

Heidi T.

Thor T.

Thor T.

Cookie T.

Cookie T.

Sasha T.

Sasha T.

Escalon Dakota T.

Escalon Dakota T.

Mackenzie T.

Mackenzie T.

Shelly T.

Shelly T.

Smokie T.

Smokie T.

Sirka T.

Sirka T.

Lester T.

Lester T.

Kitarra T.

Kitarra T.

Katie T.

Katie T.

Hollister Jake T.

Hollister Jake T.

Joey T.

Joey T.

Fluffy T.

Fluffy T.

Jacco T.

Jacco T.

Super Mario T.

Super Mario T.

Evie T.

Evie T.

Mr Wonderful T.

Mr Wonderful T.

Morrie T.

Morrie T.

Millie T.

Millie T.

Frank T.

Frank T.

Justice T.

Justice T.

Greg T.

Greg T.

John T.

John T.

Bella T.

Bella T.

Roxy T.

Roxy T.

Scooby T.

Scooby T.

Gordie T.

Gordie T.

Bear T.

Bear T.

Jack T.

Jack T.

Hannah T.

Hannah T.

Tito T.

Tito T.

 

Guilia T (now Goofy Girl)

Guilia T (now G Girl)

 

James Bond T.

James Bond T.

Niko T.

Niko T.

 

Sipote T.

Sipote T.

Chance T.

Chance T.

 

 

 

Baby T.

Baby T.

 

Blackie T.

 

 

2 comments

  • Valeska Gallagher (3 years)

    I am looking for a medium sized (anything under 60 lbs) to rescue. I would prefer that it be anywhere from 4 yrs. old on up to a senior. The last dog I rescued when she was 4 yrs. old, was an abused female black lab mix named “Gracie” . Two weeks ago I had to put her to sleep at 17 yrs. of age.
    I live in Angels Camp, CA approx 55 miles NE of Stockton in the Mother Lode Foothills. I rent a house with a fenced in yard with a 77 yr old lady who owns a very sweet and gentle 10-11 yr old female long hair GS mix. Her name is “Lovey” and she is not an alpha. She loves everyone, all dogs and even cats, though we do not own cats. The neighbors cats come in our yard and Lovey and my old girl never reacted. However, the dogs I rescue do not have to like cats, as I am allergic to them and will never own one.
    Because of shedding I do not want to adopt a long hair shepherd. Our dogs sleep with us in our separate beds, but if a dog I get is crate trained and prefers that then I will accommodate that as well. My dogs are my life and my priority. I never want to be away from them. I am with my dog almost all of the time. The only time I leave my furry friend at home is in the summer heat when I have to go to the grocery store, a doctor appt. and to Church. In mild weather I bring my dog with me every where.
    I have a Subaru Outback and keep the back designated for my friend. I have a memory foam mattress back there with pillows and clean blankets and sheets, a water bowel and always carry food with me in case we are still out at feeding time. When I travel to the coast for a vacation we both sleep in the back of the Subaru! I am retired and disabled with chronic pain, but I do walk and take my dog to the park for exercise. I discovered that my pain is less when I have my own dog so it is a must for me to always have a dog. I also must always have a dog because I love them so much and they are the best companions. I am Widowed, with two grown sons who live and work in So. Calif. I will be 58 in November and have no family left other than my sons who lead their own busy lives.
    I feed my dogs Science Diet, maintain a healthy weight, provide toys and play catch if that is what they like. Once they are 7 yrs and older I give them Senior Vitamins and Glucosamine-Chondritin. I wash my dog every night after dinner with a warm wash cloth beginning with the face and ears working my way down to the feet and tail. I began doing this after observing that when there are two or more dogs together they groom each other and since I am their pack leader I began to groom them in this way. My last girl, Gracie loved it and in return she would groom me back by either licking my leg or arm! I do live on a limited income so if the dog you have for me requires expensive ongoing medical care I would need to make sure it is something I could afford first.
    If you need a reference for what type of person and dog owner I am I will be happy to give you the name and phone number of my Vet. I hope that you will consider me for one of your dogs that need a calm and loving owner and home.
    Thank you,
    Valeska Gallagher

    • ravikravik (3 years)

      Dear Valeska,

      Thank you for your interest in adopting a dog from German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California and the Thulani Program. We often have dogs that would probably fit in with your life. We only adopt dogs to pre-approved adopters, people who have gone through our initial screening. To begin that process, please go to our webpage gsrnc.org and click on any dog picture. A page will come up with a righthand column that explains our Adoption process and has a hot link to our on-line adoption questionnaire. Please fill and submit that questionnaire. Someone from our organization will contact you to move the process along. Again, thank you for your interest.

      Best,
      Bob
      Thulani Program
      GSRNC

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