Matching people with GSP’s for a lifetime of love & happiness
Welcome to GSP Rescue Service
Small charity status number HMRC XT35889
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We do not guarantee any animal seen on the website or Facebook will be suitable for a prospective owner. Although we try our best to assess adoption dogs,
we cannot accept responsibility for its temperament once it has been re-
We will usually carry out a home check prior to you taking a dog, this will be arranged at the time of contact with one of our co-
You have to be over 18 years old to re-
• Micro chipping
• Flea and worming treatment
In many cases your animal will be neutered, however if this is not the case you will be expected to have this done as per our adoption agreement.
We also strongly advise that you take out insurance right from the start, so your dog will be covered for accidents and any new illnesses as they settle into their new surroundings.
ID and guidelines
When collecting your new dog, please bring with you:
A lead, collar and ready made ID tags (stating your surname and mobile phone number) for your dog to wear upon collection. It is vital that everyone who will be living with the new dog meets the animal on collection, including any other dogs/children (not cats) which will be living with the new dog
How Much Does It Cost
It is advisable to fill in an expression of interest form
sooner rather than later.
We keep a database of all applicants and strive to re-
If you live too far away for a home visit you will need to provide a letter of recommendation from a vet or local rescue centre. In some cases we may request you ask a local rescue centre to carry out a home visit on our behalf. Please note, this doesn't automatically guarantee you'll be selected to re-
GSP Rescue re-
GSP’s are gundogs by nature and most require a lot of exercise and ongoing training, some come from extremely strong working lines and can be highly prey driven, which if not handled and trained correctly can lead to problems for both dog and owner. Other dogs might be relaxed about being left alone, for example, and can be left by themselves quite happily for three to four hours, whereas another can't be left alone at all as they become anxious or destructive. One could be best suited to a rural home, another to a flat in the city. Each animal is carefully reviewed and matched at the interview stage with the most suitable owner.
The German Shorthaired Pointer was developed to be a dog suited to family life as well as a versatile hunter
Please note we do not usually re-