New England Old English Sheepdog Rescue

New England Old English Sheepdog Rescue, Inc.

 

Some of The New England Dogs Needing Homes

All information displayed here is subject to change.       Updated April 24. 2015

PLEASE fill out an Adoption Application <--click this to get there
before contacting the Placement Director.

Are you ready to Adopt?  Click here for some useful information.

Calvin

Calvin


Calvin

I am a 4 year old big boy looking for a new home. I stand very tall, broad and I’m kinda strong weighing in at 130 lbs. Oh, and I’ve got an added feature – a tail. I’m tall enough to eat off your counter so if you want to eat it, don’t leave it. Despite my size, I am very loving and affectionate (once I get to know you) and get along with children but the tiny tots I’m a bit unsure of... I have been raised with 3 other sheepies but my current owner thinks I would be happy in a quiet place where I could rule the roost. Cats, no thank you! I am pretty good on a leash, accustomed to a fenced in yard so I can run about and will respond to basic commands. Up to date on my vaccinations and neutered I am ready to go to a foster or preferably forever home.

Please fill out an adoption application before contacting the placement team.

Candy

Candy Mary

I'm a slender and petite (60 lb.) spayed girl 4 years of age with a tail! Like my name I am sweet, but can be a bit shy when meeting new people and skittish around men in particular. I would make a good companion to an experienced OES family who would work with me on my confidence and bring out the best in me. I am leash trained and accustomed to being able to play in a fenced in yard. With patience, praise (and of course treats) it is in my cooperative nature to want to please and improve upon basic commands. No other dogs or cats please but older kids, OK. I've lived with other sheepies but would prefer quiet place to adjust to my new family. I am current on vaccinations and looking for a foster placement or forever home.

Please fill out an adoption application before contacting the placement team.

Corinne

Corinne

Howdy! My name is Corrine and I am a beautiful 5 year spayed old girl looking for a new home. I'm just the right size at 75 lbs. I am a loyal companion but strong minded and want to be in charge of everyone and everything. I am confident, dominate, like to be the center of attention but responsive and cooperative. Yes, I am Corrine the Queen! Although having lived with other sheepdogs, I want to be an only dog in a quiet castle with no feline subjects in the kingdom, please! I can be left alone during the day while you're at work but used to a fenced in yard. I know my basic commands especially when there are treats involved. And car rides, yes please! If your household has older children, I'd be the dog for you. I'm in good health and up to date on vaccinations. Do you have room in your home and heart for me as a foster or forever placement?

Please fill out an adoption application before contacting the placement team.

Rupert

rupert

Rupert here wanting a minute of your time to tell you a little about me. I am a 3 year old neutered male with a built in furniture duster (tail). I am 90 lbs. of love! Easy going, laid back, calm and low key describes me to a tee. Admittedly I am a bit shy and timid but honestly nothing really phases me, except cats. I'd like to be an only dog so I can have all your attention and affection. I have been living with 3 other sheepdogs although prefer solitude and will need time to adjust to a new environment. I'll come and sit for you but stay and heel admittedly need some work. I am leash trained and like to get my exercise in a fenced in yard. I am good around older children but have no history with the younger ones or infants. I am up to date on vaccinations and looking for the right foster or forever home. Am I your kinda dog?

Please fill out an adoption application before contacting the placement team.

We often have dogs that for one reason or another we choose not to put up on the site. The adoption situation can change daily! As your first step, PLEASE fill out the adoption application form at: http://www.neoesr.org/adoptionform/. If you have not updated your application recently, it might be a good idea to do so. We prefer to hear from you by email, and thank you for your patience.Thank you for looking at rescue instead of purchasing a puppy and unwittingly giving your money to back yard breeders or puppy mills. For more information on where to get a puppy from a reputable breeder, please contact NEOESR’s placement director at placement@neoesr.org or check the Old English Sheepdog of America website (http://www.oldenglishsheepdogclubofamerica.org/breed_info/buying_and_owning.php )

Remember, there are dogs in New England, other than those shown, needing homes.  And be sure to check out our Courtesy Listings.

NEOESR Placement Director: email: placement@neoesr.org
Hotline:  (781) 819-0131    Fax: 855-710-7395

List of OES Rescue Contacts in the U.S. and Canada

You can also check petfinder for available OES: http://petfinder.com

Note:  All Rescue dogs that are placed have minimum donation requirements.