As animal lovers, we try to do our best to provide comfort and care to dogs that are injured, in pain, or ill. Many of the dogs that come into the rescue require emergency care in order to save their lives. Sadly, a decision to save a dog's life often comes down to our ability to pay for his or her veterinary care and continued healthcare needs. Sometimes, having a foster home or a hospice home ready and willing to accept a special needs dog can make all the difference in the world. If you believe in our work and want to help us make a difference for dogs with urgent needs, please pledge a gift of support for any of our injured or ailing dogs, or submit an application to become a Foster Family for one of our Urgent Needs dogs. You will feel so gratified knowing that you can personally bring about a miracle.
Brace yourself, the photos of Gentle Ben are heartbreaking and disturbing. How does this happen? How does a dog end up in this condition? We are determined to help this boy. Can we count on your support?
We can't believe Blaze's story! He has been living on his own after being dumped in the desert for over 3 months! He needs funds to pay for his vet care.
This pretty girl got the name Sweet Lucy because of her happy, calm personality. She is approximately a year old and has a bright future ahead of her.
9 month old Venus is one of the Lancaster Lovables. In her short life, she has only known life in a cage as part of a puppy mill. GSROC has promised to find her a better life.