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Daisy's Story

Daisy’s Story

The story of how Daisy came to GSP Rescue could be a best-selling book. Complete with heroes, tear-jerking moments, and inspirational dogs and people.  It has all the makings of a story you want to know. She was found by one hero at a shopping mall in Tijuana, Mexico. A crowd of people surrounded a pathetic,...
Seussa - Search and Rescue GSP!

Seussa – Search and Rescue GSP!

Seussa is doing well in her foster home.  She does well with the other dogs in the home and loves her people … Well she loves all people!  She knows a few commands such as “sit”, “stay” and “beg”.    She is also losing weight and getting in shape keeping up with her younger four...
Simon's Journey!

Simon’s Journey!

Simon began his journey to a forever home with a wonderful foster family that happen to be former adopters and knowledgeable GSP owners. Simon is one of two dogs in our care that seems to have a neurological “tick” – possibly from a puppy-hood disease. He seems to have a slight issue with the sight in...
Cupids And Canines Adoption Event 2015

Cupids And Canines Adoption Event 2015

Valentine here, to tell you to Save the Date, as the CA GSP Rescue will be participating along with several other organizations in the San Diego Animal Support Foundation’s 9th Annual Cupids & Canines Adoption Event. Saturday, February 7th, 2015 11 a.m. To 3 p.m. Free Admission! Grossmont Center Mall 5500 Grossmont Center Drive La Mesa,...
Update On Rex aka Spot The Wonder Dog

Update On Rex aka Spot The Wonder Dog

Finding cat friendly GSPs can be a challenge. When we do find them there are often unforeseen obstacles that will need to be overcome.  In the best interest of the dog (and cat), not just any GSP can be adopted out to a family with a cat. After evaluating the dogs to see how they...
Spike is Adopted!

Spike is Adopted!

Andi and Robb were looking for a female companion for their 5 year old male GSP Tugg, and also a dog that would do well with their cats. We had a bit of a challenge here, as their male GSP was a bit on the dominant side, and very protective of Andi, so we had...
In Memory of LeRoy, "Our Sweetest Friend"

In Memory of LeRoy, “Our Sweetest Friend”

In Loving Memory of LeRoy, “Our Sweetest Friend”… A few years ago, Tony and Doug visited California GSP Rescue to adopt a GSP that would get along with their rescued Lab, Molly. They met LeRoy who fit in and got along great with Molly. We recently received word that Doug and Tony lost LeRoy to...
Lucky is a Canine Good Citizen!

Lucky is a Canine Good Citizen!

Ron adopted Lucky a few months ago knowing that Lucky had had a few homes and had been in transition for the last few years.  He knew he could get anxious in situations and wanted to work with Lucky.  Ron was committed to work with him, but brought him home to observe and acclimate him to the home...
Cooper is Safe!

Cooper is Safe!

Cooper is Safe! Around the middle of December, California GSP Rescue was notified about a GSP that showed up as a stray at a high kill shelter in the central valley. We’ve pulled from this shelter in the past and expected we might be pulling the latest GSP since the shelter doesn’t have a high...
Meet Molly!

Meet Molly!

Meet Molly! A seven year old beautiful female German Shorthaired Pointer.  Molly is a great gal, is social with other dogs and people and is manageable with cats.  Her favorite things are to get pets from her humans and to play with squeaky toys or another dog. Molly does well when left inside the home,...
Bandit is Adopted!

Bandit is Adopted!

Bandit is adopted and is loving his new life! With a dad that works from home and a mom that takes him running, he is “livin’ the life”! His humans, Nina and Greg, are also quite happy with their new addition. They have discovered that an adult GSP (Bandit is about 5), is just perfect...
Duke is Safe!

Duke is Safe!

Duke was taken to an animal shelter in the North Central Valley by his owner because he killed a cat or cats as reported to the shelter. It’s unclear if Duke’s previous owner thought he would be safe while the shelter tried to find him a home, or even if he cared. He like most...