Texas German Shepherd Rescue Closing, 200 Dogs Need Our Help

Wyatt wants you to help save the German Shepherd Dogs at Camp Wolfgang near Dallas, Texas.

This thing called a recession is really hurting my shelter dog friends. Today, we got really sad when we heard that the good people at Camp Wolfgang, a German Shepherd Rescue near Dallas, Texas, are closing because they’re out of money.

The dog blog “Leaving Our Mark” posted that:

“The non-profit rescue group, located in Ennis, TX, is suffering budget shortfalls and is closing Oct. 30, 2009. While Camp Wolfgang primarily rescues German shepherds, there are also many other breeds, including a significant number of Rottweilers.

Sadly, there are nearly 200 dogs in the rescue and it is being reported that the dogs who are not adopted by month’s end will be moved to high-kill shelters, or euthanized. People throughout Texas and nearby states who are considering a new dog should consider adopting from a rescue.

Local rescues are trying to help Camp Wolfgang, but there is limited space. Every dog that is adopted out (from any Texas rescue) creates an opening for an at-risk dog at Camp Wolfgang. If you are able to foster a dog, please consider doing so now.

If you live in the area and are able to help one of these dogs, please contact the Kennel Master, Leisha Livengood at 214-755-1627.”

Please run as fast as you can and spread the word or adopt one of these dogs today. Camp Wolfgang needs you now more than ever.

Author: wyattraydawg

I am Wyatt Ray Dawg, Tripawd Extraordinaire, and Leg-A-Cy to my hero, Jerry G. Dawg. My pawrents are Jim and Rene, creators of Tripawds.com.

5 thoughts on “Texas German Shepherd Rescue Closing, 200 Dogs Need Our Help”

  1. OMG! That’s terrible news! If we had the extra space (and extra money) we would definitely adopt one of them… I hope there are many families in Texas that will step up. It is such a sad situation… all these dogs need someone to love them…

    Jake’s Mom

  2. This is truly sad news. From what I hear, Camp Wolfgang is one of the larger German Shepherd Rescues in that area. Everyone, keep spreading the news! Hopefully, most of the dogs will find a new home before the end of this month.

  3. Well, my pawrents can’t take one either but let’s all spread the word OK? Texans’ hearts are bigger than the state itself, I know the good people there will come through.

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