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Maxwell German Shepherd Dog Delmar, NY

Meet Maxwell

Please be within 60-90 minutes of Delmar NY

Maxwell is around 7-8 months old. He’s very intelligent, and will be a joy to train and work with. He’s friendly to all. Cat tested friendly, just needs reminders to give kitty space. Dog friendly, best with submissive dogs as he likes to take all the toys.

He settles very well in the house. He’s very eager to learn and be a part of whatever his family is doing.

Crate trained, potty trained, rides well in the car, learning to walk well on leash.

If you are interested in Maxwell, please read below, and check out our adoption process & details:
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If you are interested in adopting from GSRNY, please look into our adoption process on our website, and please read below, before contacting us, and please visit our website:

- PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE POST & visit our website BEFORE INQUIRING ABOUT ADOPTION -

All of our dogs are fully vetted before adoption.
Copies of all medical records will go to adopters.
**Vet appointment dates must be scheduled by adopters and date given to GSRNY before an adoption can take place.

**Due to the Pandemic Restrictions:
Please be able to print, scan and send all paperwork between you and GSRNY through email in PDF format.
Have the ability to video your home, inside and out.
We are thankful for satellite, so we can see your location.

**Excellent vet history and references are a must.

**We ask that adopters have plenty of time to work with an adopted dog/puppy.
Please do keep in mind, your regular work schedule. The Pandemic has changed schedules for some, but should always be training and preparing for regular work hours & schedules**

**Our adoption Process may not be for everyone, or the distance too far. Please check out your local shelters and rescues. There are so many animals in need everywhere, we are only one of many.

**If you are considering adopting from GSRNY, please first read through our adoption process, details and fees. If you are still interested in moving forward, you’ll also find our adoption application to download and print out, and send back to us PDF format.
www.GSRNY.org

Sours: https://www.petfinder.com/dog/maxwell-53058082/ny/delmar/german-shepherd-rescue-of-ny-inc-ny1325/

Upcoming and Recent Services

Simmons, Suzanne H.

Funeral Service:

Funeral Services will be held privately.

Cemetery:

Inurnment will be held privately in Calvary Cemetery, Glenmont

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McGraw, Dennis R.

Visitation:

Monday, October 18, 2021 from 4-7 pm in the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany, NY 12209

Funeral Service:

Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 9:30 am his Funeral Service will be held in the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany, NY 12209

Cemetery:

Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 11:30 am in the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, 200 Duell Road, Schuylerville

Donations:

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a favorite charity in memory of Dennis.

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Parkinson, Cecilia K.

Visitation:

There will be no calling hours

Funeral Service:

Thursday November 4, 2021 at 9:30 am her Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Syracuse, NY 

Cemetery:

Burial will take place at Onondaga County Veterans Memorial Cemetery following the Funeral.

Donations:

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Francis House, 108 Michaels Ave., Syracuse, NY 13208 or to Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Food Pantry, 927 Park Ave., Syracuse, NY 13204. 

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Hines, John L. Jr.

Visitation:

Monday, October 4, 2021 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am in the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany, NY 12209

Funeral Service:

Monday, October 4, 2021 at 10:30 am his Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Blessed Sacrament Church, 609 Central Ave., Albany, NY 12206. Masks are required.

Cemetery:

Interment with Military honors will follow the Mass in St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands.

Donations:

Memorial donations may be made to Blessed Sacrament Church, 609 Central Ave, Albany, NY 12206 or the Alzheimer’s Association of NENY, 4 Pinewest Plaza, Suite 405, Albany, NY 12205. 

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LaBarge, Ralph T.

Funeral Service:

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 9:30 am his Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 35 Adams Pl. Delmar, NY 12054. Masks are required.

Cemetery:

Calvary Cemetery, 481 Route 9W, Glenmont, NY 12077

Donations:

Memorial contributions may be made to German Shepherd Rescue of NY, P.O. Box 242, Delmar, NY 12054 GSRNY.org. 

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Calsolaro, Anna E.

Visitation:

To honor our Mother’s wishes, there are no calling hours. 

Funeral Service:

 A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 30, in The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 125 Eagle St., Albany, NY. 

Cemetery:

A private burial will be in Our Lady of Angels Cemetery, Albany.

Donations:

Those who wish may donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital: https://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR/GiftFunds?px=7234035&pg=personal&fr_id=39300

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McGraw, John “Jack”

Visitation:

Thursday, September 23, 2021 from 4-7 pm at the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany, NY 12209

Funeral Service:

Friday, September 24, 2021 at 10:00 am his Funeral Mass will be celebrated at The Parish of Mater Christi, 40 Hopewell St., Albany, NY 12208. Masks are required.

Cemetery:

Inurnment will be in Our Lady Help of Christians Cemetery, Jolley Road, Glenmont, NY

Donations:

 In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s Hospital, 315 So. Manning Blvd. Albany, NY 12208.  

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Skultety, Karla “DiDi”

Visitation:

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 from 9:00-11:00 am in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 85 Elm Ave. Delmar, NY 12054. Masks are required

Funeral Service:

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 11:00 am funeral service will be held in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 85 Elm Ave. Delmar, NY 12054 with visitation prior to the service from 9:00 am-11 am.  Masks are required.

Cemetery:

Inurnment will be at 1:30 pm at the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, 200 Duell Rd., Schuylerville.

Donations:

 In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 85 Elm Ave., Delmar, NY 12054 or VFW Post 3185 Auxiliary, 404 Delaware Ave., Delmar, NY 12054

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Zdgiebloski, Dorothy R.

Visitation:

Monday, September 20, 2021 from 10:30 am - 11:30 am in the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany, NY 12209

Funeral Service:

Monday, September 20, 2021 at 11:30 am in the Daniel Keenan Funeral Home, Inc., 490 Delaware Ave. Albany with visitation from 10:30 am - 11:30 am prior to the service.

Cemetery:

Interment will follow the service in Calvary Cemetery, Glenmont.

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Metz, Sr. Virginia DC

Visitation:

A Wake service for Sister Virginia will be held on Friday Sept 17th  from 4-7 pm at the DePaul House Chapel 96 Menand Rd. Menands. All COVID precautions will be observed, unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask at the DePaul House. 

Funeral Service:

Her  funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday September 18th  at 10 am in the DePaul  House Chapel, 96 Menand Rd, Menands. All COVID precautions will be observed, unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask at the DePaul House. 

Cemetery:

Interment will be held privately in St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands.

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German Shepherd Rescue of NY, Inc.

Our Mission

GSRNY is a 501c3 Rescue that works with local shelters as well as out of state shelters to save shepherds from euthanasia lists, and many other dire or unwanted situations.  We are a foster-based rescue,
If you would like to Become a GSRNY Guardian Angel, all it takes is a monthly donation of any amount. Your name, and/or “in memory of a beloved pet” will be listed on our website. Let us know you like to be one of our angels by emailing us at
[email protected]

Our website:
www.GSRNY.org

Adoption Policy

Our Adoption Process:

PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE:


www.GSRNY.org


Not ALL of our dogs are listed on Petfinder or our website.  We may send you pictures and descriptions of other wonderful German Shepherds based on the information you provide to us, OR we may call you directly.


Once the Adoption Application is completed and sent back to us at [email protected], we will work on the application approval and confirm match ups with you.


As part of your application’s approval, your veterinarian will be contacted to confirm your dedication to the health and well being of your previous or current pets. 



GSRNY provides a home inspection prior to the adoption approval. 



While this may seem like a lengthy process it actually may only take a week or two. As a result you should only begin the adoption process when you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.



All of our dogs are up to date on their vaccination

Sours: https://www.petfinder.com/member/us/ny/delmar/german-shepherd-rescue-of-ny-inc-ny1325/
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Need help with your lost or found pet?

Where do I start? How do I find help?

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  • Find a free support network. There are wonderful people and organizations out there who will help guide you through your search at no charge. Be wary of sites or groups that charge just to post your pet.
  • PetFBI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides free one-on-one support and flyer generation to help you reunite with a missing pet.
  • Facebook groups and pages dedicated to finding missing pets exist in most cities. To find one near you, type “Lost & found pets” into the Facebook search bar. They are typically moderated by people experienced in recovering lost & found pets in your area.

Where should I broadcast my search?

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  • Post in ALL your local social media networks.
  • Local Facebook groups & pages dedicated to lost pets often connect owners with finders.
  • Post on Nextdoor if your neighborhood is active there.

What about street flyers?

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  • Street flyers may seem old-fashioned, but they still work & reunite hundreds of pets daily. Not everyone is on social media!
  • Post more street flyers than you think are needed, starting with about 200 flyers. Ask friends & family to help post flyers near where your pet went missing and near any reported sightings. You can also leave flyers with local police, fire stations, and at local gathering places like grocery stores & post offices.

Could my pet be in a local animal shelter? Which one?

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  • To find out a town’s main animal shelter, you can call your police station & ask them where they take stray pets. Sometimes, this will be a local vet clinic.
  • Report your missing animal to each shelter and ask when you can visit to check in person. You will recognize your pet — don’t only rely on overworked shelter staff to check.
  • Ask the shelter where they post found/stray pets online so you can check in realtime.

Any tips on a physical search?

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  • FOR DOGS: If you spot your dog, do NOT chase them or shout.Even if they normally come to you, being in a new environment may make them frightened or trigger a running instinct. Stay calm & quiet, sit down if needed, and try to get them to come to you.
  • FOR CATS: Conduct a thorough search at a quiet time as many cats hide within a few blocks of home.
    • Search under cars and porches
    • Ask neighbors to check their yards, garages, and sheds
    • Search trees and bushes
    • Look in storm drains & sewers
    • Important tip: Lost cats may be in survival mode. Speak in a normal voice when calling their name.

How long should I search?

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  • Whatever you do: DO NOT GIVE UP!
  • Lost pets: Keep checking shelters and posting more flyers! It can be hard to believe, but we’ve reunited pets after 2 months, 6 months, even a year or three. Sometimes a lost pet popped up at a nearby shelter. Sometimes someone posts them as found on social media. Often, they’re much closer than you think with a neighbor who isn’t tech-savvy — we’ve just got to find that person.
  • Found pets: It can take the owner some time to find you. Some loving pet owners are elderly and don’t know how to use the internet but are checking shelters daily. Others lost their pet in a medical emergency and they’ve been unable to search because they’re hospitalized. Don’t assume that because the owner hasn’t found you in a few days or weeks that they don’t love their animal, as most people adore their pets like their own children.
Sours: https://shadowapp.com/pets/shelters/ny
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