Coastal German Shepherd Rescue

Private Party Dogs

This courtesy page is a service to help individuals in Southern California trying to place dogs into loving homes. Below are dogs looking for homes through private parties in the area. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Southern California and are not under our care. We bear no responsibility for any adoptions or contacts made from this page's usage. To obtain more information about any of these dog below, please use the contact information provided with each dog's description.
All dogs must be spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.

Please contact the person below about this dog

Julie Nash



Jax and Rosie are siblings, Akita mixes. Approximately 8 years old and would love to be adopted together.

Jax (Black and white male) is a total doll who wants nothing more than to gaze into your eyes and sit by your feet but he can get his "groove on" if a Lizard or a Road Runner need chasing out of his space. He loves his "stuffie toys" and likes to carry one around all day. He was a mess when pulled from the Shelter, severely depressed, lethargic, arthritic and had major hair loss. Blood work was done and he is hypothyroid ... one little tablet a day and he is a different dog. He also takes medication for arthritis. Jax weighs about 97lbs, is neutered and up to date on his vaccinations and just needs a place to chill for the rest of his life. He knows basic commands and is learning to walk nicely on a leash.

Rosie (Brindle female) is a spitfire. Just adorable and full of life. She still has a lot of puppy in her and it is hard to believe that she is considered a senior, She loves nothing more than her toys and her ball. She seems to be in perfect health for her age and is a little smaller than her brother, at 68lbs. She is spayed and up to date with her vaccinations. When she was pulled from the Shelter she was pretty traumatized and still suffers from a little isolation anxiety when away from her brother. She will require a yard with a high fence as she can easily scale a four foot fence. She can be a little stand offish with new people but soon warms up to them. She knows basic commands and seems to have had some training in her earlier years. She is learning to walk nicely on a leash.

Both dogs were previously outside dogs and had never been indoors. They are now house trained and would love to be indoor dogs. They need to be adopted together with an experienced owner and somebody who will continue with their training. Ideally their new home would be cat free and have no other dogs. They are great with children but need to go to a home with older kids, simply due to their size and small children could get knocked over.

Please contact me at for more information and an adoption application. They are currently with foster in Murrieta, CA.