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Kaiser (TX)   

In shelter Dog

New York, United States
Pet name:
Kaiser (TX)
German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Coat length:
Kaiser (TX) was rescued in Texas after being hit by a car, thrown to the side of a busy highway and being left for dead with a broken jaw and leg.   A good samaritan saw him bleeding and stopped to help him.  We were contacted by one of our volunteers to step in and how could we say no.   The emergency hospital near the shelter was unable to adequately treat him.  His only chance of survival was a San Antonio Specialty ER.  He will get all the medical care he needs and when he's back to healthy and happy we would love to have a forever family ready and waiting for him!  He is good with people of all ages and other dogs.  If you would like to adopt Kaiser, please apply online at


RDR's adoption fees include the cost of spay/neuter/microchip at an RDR-approved facility, whether completed before adoption or if deferred because the pet is too young or has a medical issue.  All pets are also current on age-appropriate vaccines at the time of adoption.


Given technical constraints on this database, this pet's location may not be as listed here. We can, however, provide transport support for pets in foster at a considerable distance from the adopter.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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