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Belgian German Shepherds in Irvine looking for their fur-ever homes

Start your day off right by browsing through delightful doggies! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption right here in Irvine.

Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of dogs near you.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Emma, German shepherd

Emma is a female German shepherd dog in the care of Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

She has been vaccinated and spayed. She is already house-trained.

From Emma's current caretaker:

Emma only sees the good in everyone, is super happy to be around you, to go for walks, play with her toys and to just live her life. She loves kids, but is young and likes to give jumping hugs (although she's not mouthy), so she'd do best with children that are a little older and sure on their feet. 

Read more about how to adopt Emma on Petfinder.

Mimi, German shepherd

Mimi is a female German shepherd dog currently residing at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

She is already house-trained. Mimi is already spayed, and she has all her shots. Mimi is a special needs pet, so please inquire about her specific care requirements.

Here's what Mimi's friends at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California think of her:

You won't meet a sweeter or peppier GSD than Mimi. She had compressed discs that caused her pain, so she had surgery and it was a great success. She's been doing therapy to strengthen her back legs. She's doing great, has a great attitude, and enjoys hanging out in the yard with her GSD buddy and 10-pound poodle gal pal. This classic beauty is great with people and gets along with other dogs, knows 'sit' and 'down' and can't wait to have a family again.

Read more about how to adopt Mimi on Petfinder.

Cookie, Belgian shepherd

Cookie is a female Belgian shepherd dog being kept at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

She is already house-trained. She has all of her shots, and she is spayed.

Cookie's current caretakers say:

This beautiful one-year-old Malinois was left in front of a barbershop. She's timid, but decompressing in a great foster home and coming out of her shell. She's not ready to join a super busy household just yet, but is getting more comfortable with being part of a family and expanding her horizons. 

Read more about Cookie on Petfinder.

Missy, German shepherd

Missy is a charming female German shepherd dog staying at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California recommends Missy be placed in a home without small children. She is already house-trained. She's spayed and vaccinated.

Missy's current caretakers say:

Nine-year-old Missy is looking for someone to love her. Her previous owner took amazing care of her and treated her GI issues flawlessly (Missy eats a prescription diet). This older beauty is easy on a leash, loves going for walks, is good with dogs who don't get in her face and loves her people. Missy is crate trained, knows commands and is ready to spend her life with someone who is looking for a perfect low key love bug. 

Apply to adopt Missy today at Petfinder.

Comet, German shepherd

Comet is a charming male German shepherd dog in the care of Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

He has been vaccinated and neutered. He's mastered his house-training etiquette.

Here's what Comet's friends at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California think of him:

Comet is a bouncy, lovable, energetic GSD who loves people, going for walks, chasing down balls and enjoying every minute of life. We rescued him from a high-kill shelter and he doesn't seem to have had the easiest life prior to landing there, but it hasn't dampened his spirit one bit. He doesn't seem to have been socialized with other dogs prior to his rescue, but we're working on that and his basic obedience now. He loves all people, including kids, but is a little too jumpy for very young children. 

Apply to adopt Comet today at Petfinder.

Tyler, German shepherd

Tyler is a male German shepherd dog being cared for at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

He is already neutered and vaccinated. He's already house-trained.

Tyler's current caretakers say:

Tyler was hit by a car and had his front right leg amputated. He's had a few weeks of recovery and is getting around like a champ, but will get even better as time goes on! This handsome boy is good with people, gets along with large and small dogs, and is an all around gem of a GSD. 

Read more about Tyler on Petfinder.

Cora, German shepherd

Cora is a female German shepherd dog currently residing at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California.

Cora is already spayed, and she has all her shots. She's already house-trained.

Here's what Cora's friends at Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California think of her:

Cora loves to give hugs and is super affectionate. She's big on giving kisses and a big leaner. She was really thin from breastfeeding her puppies, but has filled out now and looks amazing. She's on the smaller side for a GSD and I think she'd be fine in a condo. Walks are her favorite thing in the world and she's a great companion for long hikes. This beauty is a bit of an escape artist, so she will need a family who understands that she can't be left outside alone. She's also young and mouthy; even though she doesn't have a mean bone in her body, Cora wouldn't be a good fit for young children because of her mouthiness. 

Read more about Cora on Petfinder.


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