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 Nov 7, 2016

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.

Salvador

Turner

Can you believe it? At the tender age of 1 year, I'm off looking for a home! I guess I was just too much sheepie for my first family. Ok...a bit more about me. I mean, that's why you are looking at my handsome photo isn't it? I'm 74 pounds of fun loving dog. Got another dog? PLAYTIME! Foster mom says I'm just a loving dog. Sounds good to me. I do come with a bit of baggage. I'm rather timid, so I want a family that's going to help me build my confidence. Those cars zooming by while I'm walking on the leash? Scary. And big birds that squawk! whooo....scarier. Foster mom say's my house training has improved significantly, although I still have some accidents. I'm working on that...honest. And I occasionally gets the "zoomies". This is when I DASH around the house at full speed, swing from the chandeliers etc. You know...normal sheepie stuff.

Could you be the right family for me? Fill out an adoption application, give the placement team a call at (781) 819-0131. I am in Hudson Falls, NY

Turner - Adopted

Turner

Hi,

I'm a great dog that's looking for the right home. Let me tell you a bit about myself. I weigh in at 59 pounds. I like other dogs and am ok with cats and kids. And I'm a youthful 13. My foster Mom thinks I'm fabulous...and who am I to tell her different? She says I'm extremely gentle...I guess that's good. I'm really enjoying playing with the other dog here. I went to the veterinarian and she said I was in great shape (I'm not at all surprised...I could have told her that without all the poking and prodding but my foster Mom wanted me to be throroughly checked out).

But I really do want a nice place to call my own. A permanent retirement home with my own person or family. Could you be the one for me? Fill out an adoption application, give the placement team a call at (781) 819-0131 and let's see if we're a good match. Come on....what are you waiting for? I"M waiting on your call.

P.S. Did I mention that I meet the requirements to participate in NEOESR's Super Senior Sheepie Support Initiative? It will help my new family with my medical bills. Sweet!

 

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.