Siberian Huskies & German Shepherds

Goliath Mountain Rescue

Rescuing Siberian Huskies & German Shepherds

Goliath Mountain Rescue specializes in the rescue, rehabilitation and placement (adoption) of Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds. Pulling high-risk dogs from substandard situations and enrolling them into our facility and care, where they receive the necessary rehabilitation they need. Once they have been rehabilitated these beautiful animals will be able to transition to a new forever home.

Saving Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds

With the high euthanasia of Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds, Goliath Mountain Rescue made it their mission to save their lives from a heart-wrenching fate. We visit high-kill shelters to save as many Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds as possible and then rehabilitate them so they can live a fulfilling life in a loving home.

Rehabilitation | Examination | Nutrition | Love

When our dogs are rescued from shelter life they need to be examined by a veterinarian to ensure their optimal health and if they haven’t been fixed they will be spayed or neutered. Additionally they will receive abundant love, quality nutrition, and basic training. Followed by an examination of breed tendencies to better understand what type of home environment each animal will thrive in.

These Dogs Need Loving Homes

Once these dogs are rehabilitated, they are ready for a loving home. We are in need of adoptive homes and foster homes that understand or are willing to learn and implement the lifestyle these dogs need to be their happiest and healthiest.

Siberian Husky and German Shepherd Success Story

Due to the large numbers of Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds being euthanized on a daily basis we continually need new adoptive homes to place our rehabilitated dogs. Will you help us save Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds from a heart-wrenching death? These dogs are often taken to a shelter because the owner didn’t understand that larger dogs need additional exercise or moved to a place that can’t facilitate large breed dogs.

Donation Wish-list

GMR understands that not all dog lovers have an ideal environment to keep a large dog like Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds. If that is you and you would like to learn how you can help, please email us today!


Siberian Husky

Siberian Huskies are generally a high-energy dog that does best in an environment where it can get exercise and time also with its humans.


German Shepherd

The traits of a German Shepherd are loyalty to owners, highly intelligent, and very protective. They bond readily with their humans and prefer to be part of a family.

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Success Stories

Adopted, Yuki (Yukon) from CCSPCA went to his forever home a couple weeks back. Yuki scored a big canine brother and a mom and dad that adore him. Yuki is now living the good life in a dog loving home and we wish this sweet boy the best life ever.

Another Adoption… Our sweet Tara from Kerman Shelter in central California found her forever home. Great home with two husky brothers and they got a long so well. We love this girl and are so happy for her. Best life sweet girl!

Miss Sadie found her forever home last weekend. Sadie came from CCSPCA with a bladder packed full of stones as well as she was dangerously overweight. She had surgery to remove the stones and shedded some of her weight, and was ready to find her new mom. Sadie now lives as the only child in her new home. Best life pretty girl.

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