Rusty was with "A Shelter Friend," a Friend of GRRSWNY. Rusty is blind so nobody would adopt him. He now has a wonderful home in Deleware with a nice Gentleman who only cares for Goldens with special needs.
"Tank" was found crossing the street in Van, TX. He was 3 months old. A very nice Family took him in while trying to find his owner. GRRSWNY accepted Tank, and he now has a wonderful loving home.
GRRSWNY Friend and Volunteer Ann Sehorn, Childress, TX.
Bringing rescued Golden "Logan"
Comet, found by local animal control as a stray. He had ear and skin infections, allergies, and anger issues. With quite a bit of love and patience, He's now a happy and healthy Boy in his Forever Home.
Hours from death, Rescued by
Gunner, surrendered to GRRSWNY in 2013 due to some unfortunate Family circumstances. He lived the rest of his years happy with a wonderful Forever Family. We recently received word he crossed the Rainbow Bridge. We love you Gunner and Family!
Liberty, found by local Animal Control in critical condition. Village Veterinary Clinic, GRRSWNY, Ms. Barb Tompsett, and Julies Pet Palace provided intensive care to restore his health. The before and after picture speaks for itself!
Toby was "Code Red," in other words, on the list for impending euthanasia at a local shelter. A GRRSWNY Friend alerted us, Toby was rescued, and now has a happy forever home.
Rush was a voluntary surrender who lived in a questionable environment. He's now a happy loved Boy with his wonderful Forever Family!
Allie and her littermate were found in the aftermath of a tornado in East Texas. She's been adopted, and is a happy girl, very much loved by her Forever Family.
Rescue Coordinator Mike Petsch on a rendezvous with Volunteer Marvin Peevey. This little one was also found after the East Texas tornados.