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All Shepherd Rescue!!! 




Thanks for visiting All Shepherd! 

All Shepherd Rescue finds adoptable, lovable and in need Shepherds for your family. All of ASR’s dogs are in foster homes learning manners and what the good life means!  ASR believes in connecting the right dog to the right family. We will do our best to find your next best friend.

With your help, All Shepherd Rescue is  committed to saving dogs and connecting them with their family. Your next best friend may be right here!  





Dog of the month - September!


Aviva is playful, intelligent, and affectionate.  She is even-tempered, quiet, and crate-trained.

Age: 7 Years

Weight: 75 lbs. 

If you are interested in adopting Aviva, please apply today. If you have already applied and have been approved, please email to meet this lovely lady.

Aviva is already being fostered. If you would like to foster another dog and have not applied to be a foster please apply today! If you're an approved foster, please email to inquire about fostering one of our other dogs.  

Click here to find out more about the beautiful Aviva.  



September 20, 2014 - Save the date!

ASR Adopter's Reunion


It is that time of year again!  We are looking forward to seeing all of our volunteers, adopters and donors for a BBQ to celebrate all of the lives saved so far.  We will have dog related merchandise for sale as well as raffles and door prizes.

There will also be games, and for those interested in bringing their ASR dog to events, a special evaluation/mini seminar on managing dogs in crowded events.  Dogs passing the evaluation will receive an ASR Event Approved card! 


For more information and to RSVP check out our reunion page here.



Summer Tips & Heat Stroke

During the summer and warmer months, dogs can suffer from heat stroke, if the signs are not caught early enough. Here are some signs to look for:

  • Panting
  • Excessive Drooling
  • Vomiting 
  • Dark Red, White or Blue Gums
  • Seizures
  • Lying Down/ unwilling or unable to get up
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Thick Saliva
  • Dizziness 
  • dis-orientation

We've created a flyer to keep handy. Print this flyer and post it on your refrigerator or keep it somewhere with easy access. Be sure to pass it onto your friends as well! 

Some ways to prevent heat stroke are to keep your pet well hydrated, do not leave them in a hot car, do not walk your dog on hot cement or asphalt. For other helpful summer tips, for your pet to have a safe and healthy summer, download our Summer Tips brochure



Tell us about your best friend...

Highlighted Events
See all of our events!
Annapolis Pet Valu Meet & Greet -- Saturday September 27th, 2014
Fell's Point Festival -- Saturday October 4th, 2014
Fell's Point Festival -- Sunday October 5th, 2014
Germantown PetSmart Meet & Greet -- Sunday October 5th, 2014
Das Best Oktoberfest -- Saturday October 11th, 2014

P.O. Box 23231 •  Baltimore, MD 21203  •  (410) 775-6473 •  adoptions [ at ]