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.
10 year old Deybo is in a critical state and desperately needs our help. Emaciated and in pain from 2 bad hips, he can only drag himself around. GSROC was contacted to help Deybo and we couldn't say no. Can he count on you for support?
3 year old Emma is one of our "Desert Diamonds"- a group of dogs discovered during a law enforcement raid. She was pregnant and has recently delivered her puppies. She also has a large mass in her neck.
Spike is battling to get back to good health, but it is an uphill battle. He has bilateral ear infections, perianal fistulas and an open, draining wound on his face. Click on his page to learn all the details.
6 year old Chase is working to overcome his medical issues. His skin is responding well to the medicated baths and his fur is growing back in places. In addition, sweet nature remains unchanged. He is a volunteer favorite.
3 year old Sylvia is suffering with demodectic mange. Her skin is dry, cracked and itchy. Poor girl, she needs our help asap!