Voted Best of Kenosha County
2015, 2017, & 2019
Rettungs-Haus Shepherds, Inc. is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based German Shepherd Breed Specific Rescue, located in Kenosha, WI. All monies received are reinvested toward the works of Rettungs-Haus Shepherds, Inc. which allows us to rescue other German Shepherds in need.
We rescue, rehabilitate, and find placement for German Shepherds. Many of these dogs have gone on to serve their community by becoming one of the following; Service Dog, Therapy Dog, Search & Rescue K9, Detection K9, School Resource K9. Rettungs-Haus Shepherds, Inc. evaluates each dog and places them in qualified homes based upon their temperament, drive, adaptability, and medical needs.
If you are thinking about surrendering your dog, we urge you to please consider rehabilitation through training and our support network. If you choose to put your best effort into the greatest companion you will ever have, we promise to give you our best as well.
Our outreach program, Operation K9 Truth for Youth. This program provides youth with volunteer and leadership opportunities within the community allowing them to accrue community service hours while working alongside our canines and trained volunteers. This partnership promotes and instills honor, compassion, value, accountability, and self-esteem within our youth.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information on this program.
Antoinette, Founder of Rettungs-Haus Shepherds, Inc., is a Mentor, and Professional K9 Handler with over 35 years of experience with German Shepherds who shares her passion and knowledge of the German Shepherd Breed with her dedicated youth and volunteers, in hopes that the next generation is inspired to make a difference.
Operation K9 Truth for Youth is a program designed to teach fact from fiction regarding the bully breed nation.
In hopes of promoting volunteers to work with and alongside canines, we are dedicated to working closely with our local humane societies, and local schools.
Our goal is to educate young people about canine behavior, proper treatment for animals in their care, shelter life, and our rescue efforts.