Please contact Patti Goodding at Oregon [email protected] a questionnaire/application.
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We only foster animals if the need is clearly extreme.Rescue does not take or place GSP’s that have a history of irrational aggression, particularly biting.CONSIDERATIONS: GSP’s in sheltered situations should not be adopted strictly for hunting use, but should be placed as a family pet, and its capability to hunt is not of importance.We would like to emphasize that we are not a dumping ground for unwanted pets or animals returned to breeders – breeders must be responsible for their own litters. We only foster GSP’s which may not fare well in animal shelters or are endangered, and which we believe have the potential to become a good family pet, and possible hunting companion.Our rules for placement are similar to most shelters: The GSP must have all of its shots and, if intact, must be spayed/neutered within 30 days.Funds cover feed, immunizations, medical care, fees paid to shelters and public service expenses.