Osteochondrosis (OCD) is a degeneration of bone underlying the cartilage layer of joints. It can affect the shoulder, ankle or elbow joint and almost always shows up during the growth phase - between six to nine months of age - of larger breeds.
We have lots of gorgeous German Shepherds waiting to be adopted.
Complete our Adoption Form if you would like to adopt one of the dogs on our site.
If you can offer a warm, loving foster home please get in touch.
German Shepherds don't do well in kennels, we would love to have warm foster homes to offer instead of cold concrete kennels. ALL food and expenses will be covered by the rescue.
We love to get pictures and follow-up stories from our families when they adopt a dog from German Shepherd Rescue Scotland.
You can see some of our adopted German Shepherds on our Success Stories page.
German Shepherd Rescue Scotland is a non-profit making organisation run entirely by volunteers.German Shepherd Rescue Scotland LtdScottish Charity Number SC041384Registered Company Number SC337396All content and images on this website are copyright of German Shepherd Rescue Scotland © 2017.
German Shepherd Rescue Scotland is a non-profit making organisation run entirely by volunteers.
German Shepherd Rescue Scotland Ltd Netherton Lodge, Nether Kincairney, Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland, PH8 0HQ Scottish Charity Number SC041384 Registered Company Number SC337396
All content and images on this website are copyright of German Shepherd Rescue Scotland. © 2011