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.
12 month old Hendrix was left at the shelter with a collar so deeply embedded in his neck, he needed immediate surgery! He needs extensive care to prevent infection and allow him to heal. Can he count on your help?
Playful and sweet, 8 month old Ladybug likes to make friends. She has suddenly started vomiting. we rushed her to our vet, he believes she has an intestinal infection. Can she count on your support?
6 month old Kyle came to us with an URI that rapidly escalated to pneumonia. He is very ill and his bills are mounting. He needs our help and needs it fast!
Tiffany is a sweet GSD mix who was abandoned along with her newborn puppies in one of the most horrific locations we have seen. She needs our help and she needs it now.
Filthy, starving and dehydrated, Tiger's short life has been one filled with misery and deprivation. GSROC was aghast when we learned about him! He needs our help ASAP. Can he count on your support?
DREAMER is in very bad shape and needs help ASAP! She has been consistently starved and now has out of control diabetes and several major infections! Can she count on your support?
Blaze is not feeling well. We took him to our vet and discovered he has some serious health issues. He needed immediate surgery. Can he count on your support for his climbing vet bills?