Siberian Husky and German Shepherd Adoption
Providing Dog Adoption Services in Oregon and Northern California
We specialize in rescuing and rehabilitating Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds saved from high-kill shelters, where these two breeds are being euthanized in large numbers on a daily basis. Our mission is to save their life from a heart-wrenching fate, that is no fault of their own, and rehabilitate them from their former lives, both medically and behaviorally. We help them successfully transition into a new fulfilling life in a forever home, through education or breed experience. Contact us today for more information on how you can become a part of our family.
Siberian Huskies and the German Shepherds are our specialty. These breeds are intelligent, active and loving – the perfect combination for most families.
About Our Organization
Goliath Mountain Rescue specializes in rescuing, rehabilitating, and adopting Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds. We pull high-risk dogs to our facility where they receive the necessary care for them to transition to an adoptive forever home. Goliath Mountain Rescue seeks loving adoptive homes, and foster homes, that understand and are committed to the breed they desire.
While in rescue the dogs are rehabilitated from shelter life and their histories as needed (in some cases neglect or abuse), and are provided the necessary love, quality nutrition, vet care, spay or neuter, some basic training, and evaluation for breed tendencies to match future home environments.
If you would like to help Goliath Mountain Rescue, but cannot adopt or foster a dog yourself, there are many ways you can contribute. Check out our Donation Wish List page or send us an email today to learn more about our organization.
The Siberian Husky is generally a high-energy dog that does best in an environment where it can get exercise and spend time with its humans. Learn more about the Siberian Husky and their traits.
The German Shepherd is a loyal, intelligent, and protective breed that bonds readily with his humans and prefers to be a part of the family. Learn more about the German Shepherd and their traits.