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The German Pinscher Club of America  ~      

    A Member Club of the American Kennel Club

Welcome to the German Pinscher Club of America  Member's Rescue Program

The only German Pinscher Rescue supported by and associated with the German Pinscher Club of America




Breed History

AKC Standard


AKC Titles

GPCA Breeders





Club News

Club Information


Is a German Pinscher right for you?

We encourage you to browse GPCA web site pages to the left for research and to determine whether a German Pinscher is the breed for you. Click  here for the breed pamphlet for further information on the breed.

Once you have made an informed decision, please use the links below  to proceed to the Rescue pages to adopt a German Pinscher 


Adoption Procedure

Awaiting Adoption (German Pinschers available for Adoption)

Referrals for adoption (if you have a German Pinscher in need of placement via our program)

Memorial Page

Happy Endings


To determine if a dog you have in your rescue facility, or have found a dog you feel is a German Pinscher, please utilize our GPCA Pamphlet to aid you in the identity of the breed you might have.

Click here to  download the Rescue Pamphlet


Contact Linda at  for more information.

This GPCA German Pinscher Pamphlet is available in  PDF format. If you wish to download and print this pamphlet, use your printer SETUP to indicate landscape, print the first page, turn the page over, and print the second page on the back of the first page. 

This rescue pamphlet can be placed in your local Humane Society and any breed specific organizations in your area to aid in the identification of possible German Pinschers. Be sure to put contact information on the pamphlet.

GPCA Rescue Committee Members

 Linda Osborne, Chair:

  Eva Lanker, Carrie Drake, Sharon Asher, Kimberle Schiff 


If you wish to adopt a German Pinscher, please contact Rescue Chair, Linda Osborne for information on currently available dogs for adoption at PayPal





If you have a lost dog, please visit our LOST DOG page for help.