Adopt a Dog

Our adoption process is designed to help you find the right dog for your family, while ensuring each dog is placed into a permanent, safe, and loving home. If you are interested in a specific dog or would like to be pre-approved as you start looking for that perfect dog, please fill out our adoption application. We will then contact you to begin the process, which will involve a home visit, reference checks, and a meet-and-greet with your current dogs, if any. Please note that we will not set up meet-and-greets until you have been approved. All currently owned dogs must be up-to-date on vaccinations and spayed/neutered if over 1 year old. Please remember that Idaho German Shepherd Rescue is run by volunteers who have full-time jobs, so we ask for your patience in this process. 


Our adoption fees help us offset the transportation, veterinarian, and care costs of our rescue dogs. We ask for a minimum adoption fee donation of $400 for a puppy under 1 year old, $300 for an adult dog 1 thru 6 years old, and $200 for an adult dog 7 years and older.

Adoption Application

Meet Our Current Dogs

Sky- 2 yo female

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Sky

Alyssa- 8 yo female

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Alyssa

Bear- 2 year old male

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Bear

Nani- 10 year old female

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Nani

Abbie- 2 year old female

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Abbie

Loki- adoption pending!

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Loki

May- 4 year old female

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May

Anja

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Ready for her forever home August 18.

Anja

Aria

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Ready for her forever home August 18.

Aria

Annie

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Ready for her forever home August 18.

Annie

Ava

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Not available for adoption.

Ava

Lyanna-adoption pending!

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Lyanna

Sasha- 3 year old female

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sasha

Hope- 6 year old female

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hope

Please remember that the dog descriptions above are based only upon our observation of the dog since the time it was rescued. For example, if we say that a rescue dog gets along with children, cats, or other dogs, this description is likely based upon the dog's interactions in a foster home. While this information may be helpful, we cannot be certain of how a dog will do with children or pets in your home. If you are considering adopting, we encourage you to have all family members and current pets meet your potential dog.