Our most recent rescues are Apple and her 2-week-old puppy, Cranberry. They were living outdoors in the high desert, where temperatures drop below 36 degrees at night. They had no shelter from heat or cold. Apple was very undernourished and not able to produce enough milk for her baby, but her unscrupulous owner left her to fend for herself. Concerned neighbors reached out to GSROC for help when they saw these sweet girls in distress.
Despite the 6-hour round-trip drive to Wasco, GSROC volunteers sprang into action. They were able to get Apple and Cranberry to an after-hours vet. Apple received fluids and high-calorie nutrition so that she could care for her puppy. Thanks to our efforts, they are both safe, warm, and flourishing We can’t imagine what would have happened to them if we hadn’t been able to help. And that’s where you come in!
It takes a lot of funding to care for 100 dogs at a time! Your tax-deductible donations to GSROC make it possible for us to respond when emergencies arise. We never want to be in a position where lack of funds prevents us from rescuing a dog from a crisis situation. Your gift on Giving Tuesday and throughout the season of giving will enable us to restore our coffers and help more needy dogs. Can you pledge a donation—large or small—to help us continue our important work?