Navajo was used for breeding over and over again, and then abandoned in a particularly cruel fashion: This poor girl was chained to a parking sign and left there to become someone else’s responsibility. It is obvious from her body that Navajo has had puppies very recently, so she is understandably confused and frightened about the sudden twist of her fate.
A kind-hearted law enforcement professional contacted us and asked for our help with Navajo, whom she named after the street that Navajo was found on. Although we are currently full and overflowing with dogs longing for homes, we agreed to take Navajo under our wing. We have learned that she is a lovey-dovey girl who wants to cuddle with you all the time! She loves playing in the sprinkler and water of any kind. Navajo has an incredible ball drive and will catch, chase and roll the ball forever! She enjoys playing with all sorts of toys and she’s good with kids that are over the toddler age. She gets a little too excited for very small children and could accidently knock them over.
Navajo uses a doggie door like a champ. She is completely housebroken. She has been working on her basic commands and would do will with a beginning obedience class. Navajo likes large dogs but she told us that she does not want any small dogs or kitties in her future home, please.
Please click our Donate button if you can pledge any gift to help Navajo, the dog on the 8 inch chain. To arrange to meet her, please complete the online application first and then contact Johnandebhancock@aol.com for more information.
female If you would like to meet Navajo, please complete the online application and an adoption counselor will contact you.
Adoption Application If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, you may submit an application online or via fax. If you choose to send a fax, please download the Adoption Application here in PDF format; fill it out and sign it. You can fax it to us at 714-773-9430.
Home Visit Prior to any dog going home, we do require a home visit to ensure that your environment is safe and secure. Once your home has been approved, the adoption can move forward.
Adoption Donation In light of the rising vet care costs associated with Giardia tests and boarding at vets, we are raising our adoption donation for adult GSDs to $395.00 starting on July 1, 2021
The adoption donations for other dogs will remain the same — $475.00 for purebred puppies, $375 for mixed puppies. (On a case by case basis, e.g. senior for senior, we will place a senior for $275.00 with a senior.)
This donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law and helps to offset the costs that we have incurred for the dog’s care and housing during his or her stay with our group. The minimum adoption donation does not entirely cover the investments that we have made in the dogs, so if you are in a position to give more, we would be honored to receive your additional donation. All adoption donations go directly toward the needs of our dogs.
All dogs adopted through GSROC are spayed or neutered, current on their vaccines and de-wormed. Because the minimum Adoption Donation rarely covers the costs associated with each dog, we ask that adopters who are in a position to give additional funds do so at their discretion.