GSP Rescue New England Newsletter
November 2010
In This Issue
October Adoptions
Email Updates
Thank you...
Available for Adoption
Moses: Adoption Update
Comedy Corner
In Memory
Quick Links
September Adoptions
~ 3 Dogs were adopted this month: Bailey, Reggie, and Yankee

~ GSP Rescue New England has helped 53 dogs find their new homes since January!
Email Updates
~ Thank you to all who offered to help Transport Nikko and Beau.  They are settling in to their foster homes and are available for adoption.
~ Reggie, Stevie, Finney, and Sassy have all found foster homes; thank you to everyone who offered to help!

~ Thank you to everyone who donated items for Raffle at the Bay Colony Dog Show! 
GSP Rescue NE Thanks:
~ Thank you again to everyone who donated to Belle's medical fund! 

~Christine Voss for her generous donation.

~ Michael Doyle for his Petfinder.com Sponsor a Pet donation for Coco. 

~ Robert Broderick for his donation.

~ The Duprey Family for their generous "in memory" donation.

~ Edward Neff for his donation. 

~ Thank you to iGive shoppers!  We received a donation check from iGive for over $60!
Available for Adoption
4 year old Pino is an English Pointer that was left tied to a fence outside a shelter. We were asked to help with this boy because EP Rescue couldn't so we accepted him into our program. He has been in foster care for 8 months with an experienced dog trainer and we still have not received any interest in him.

Pino seems to have been trained to hunt with a remote collar that was used improperly. He is extremely sensitive to it and is being reconditioned to it slowly. We have learned through his trainer that Pino is a love of a dog with his people. Pino does not seem to like having his hind quarter sniffed or handled and that seems to be a trigger for him with dogs or people. Pino does initiate play with other dogs but escalates quickly if they sniff his back.

Pino's trainer feels that he would be a great dog for someone who hunts as he is totally reliable with a remote collar just on tone. A single person with no other pets or children who is looking for a dog to hang out with, take rides in the car and an occasional romp in the woods would work for Pino quite well.

Pino does not do well with other animals because of his sensitivity in his hind quarter. He will need a strong leader willing to continue the training he has been receiving. This special person must be understanding of Pino's quirks, be VERY experienced with a remote collar and Pino will respond in kind.

To view more photos of Pino, visit our **NEW** adoptable dogs page! 
Issue: #12November 2010
Dear Friends,

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website!  Take some time to explore the site - all of your old favorites are still there, but may be located under different sections.   Please visit our new website and give us your feedback.  
We had some glitches with the photos on our Happy Endings and Remembrances pages, but we are working quickly to resolve these issues. 

Adopters: Check out our Resources for Adopters page (listed under Adopt a GSP).  There you will find directions and links to register your dogs' microchip, among other things. 

Warm Regards,
GSP Rescue Board Members:
Celeste Long, Audrey Carmosino, and Jami Barrett
Adoption Update: Moses
Helped by GSP Rescue NE Supporters

MosesThere was definitely a feeling of excitement as we all stood around waiting for the animal rescue transporter to arrive.  After the driver unlocked the rear of the trailer, we watched as a most beautiful, handsome GSP came strolling down the ramp. But what caught our eyes was his rich dark brown coloring and the continuous wagging of his little tail, in sync with his body. Our Moses had arrived!


It is hard to believe that it only took him a few weeks to have us wrapped around his paw! "No dogs on the couch" rule lasted just 2 weeks and as I write this Happy Ending, Moses is stretched out sound asleep in "his" armchair snoring loudly.


Moses, 9.5 yrs old, quickly teamed up with our other 7yr GSP rescue, Henry, so neither rabbit nor squirrel is safe in our yard.  One of his biggest loves is the twice-daily walk around the neighborhood.  We have yet to met a person or dog that he does not like. And at the end of the day all he wants to do is lie by our feet or rest his head on our lap.


Our family wants to thank all the volunteers who donated their time and money to Moses' medical care.  The removal of 12 teeth and attention to 3 small masses was worth every penny.  He is truly a wonderful dog.


There is no question that a senior dog comes with many great qualities and we urge every prospective adopter to seriously consider opening their home and heart to a senior dog. They will be rewarded in ways beyond their imagination.


~ The Voss Family


 To read more Happy Endings, visit our **NEW** Happy Endings Page!   Check back often as we are continually updating this section of the website. 



If you have a happy ending you would like to share, email Jami with your (brief) story along with 1-3 pictures. 

Comedy Corner
DJ, Enjoying a rather large Peanut Butter Pop! 
Submitted by Melissa Feller.
Get your GSP Rescue New England Merchandise Today!!
Introducing our **NEW** online store!

 Leash Holder
The 2011 Calendars are available in our store, along with other merchandise.  Check it out today!   





B&W dog


Check out popular items like our stuffed GSPs - available in Black and White (shown) and Liver and Roan! 





Travel MugAlso available in our store: both ceramic coffee mugs and stainless steel travel mugs (pictured)! 







In addition to these items, we also have: t-shirts (youth sizes available!), sweatshirts, hats, and tote bags.  These items make great gifts for loved ones and support GSP Rescue NE at the same time! 


Ordering and payment are simple with our online store. 

Click here to visit the Rescue Store today!

In Memory...





The Duprey's brought Bruin home as a pup in December, 1993.  He spent a long and happy life with the Duprey's, welcoming new members of both their dog and human family.  In 2008, after 15 years of loving and supporting the Duprey family, old age finally caught up with Bruin. 












Boston was adopted by the Duprey family as a companion to both Bruin and the rest of the family.  She was a silly dog with huge ears and long jowls.  Boston's favorite thing was to play with the Duprey's 3 year old son.  Unfortunately, Boston suffered from uncontrollable seizures.  After only two years, Boston succumbed those seizures. 






After Boston's passing, the Duprey's adopted Harley from a shelter in 2003.  He is remembered as a gentle giant with a knack for calming the Duprey's special needs son, Kamden.  Harley spent 6 wonderful years with the Duprey family. 




GSP Rescue New England would like to thank the Duprey Family for their generous donation in memory of Bruin, Boston, and Harley.  


To read the full stories of these wonderful and memorable dogs, please visit our **NEW** Remembrances page.