Big dogs can mean big veterinary bills… especially in an emergency situation with a foster pup! Being an all volunteer non profit, money can sometimes be tight and we never want to make medical decisions for our fosters based on finances. Since
GDRNT is blessed to have quite a few veterans as fosters, adopters, volunteers and supporters. We are eternally grateful for their service to our Country and GDRNT. This weekend we ask that you all take time to remember those who gave the
On November 22, 2020 GDRNT and the animal loving community lost a beautiful soul. Gwen Goodman was a dog- mom to Sadie, her sweet pup rescued from life in a parking lot. In addition to loving Sadie Gwen loved taking her visiting
Every two years the Texas Legislature meets for 140 days. Can you be the voice for animals this session? Currently the 87th Session of the Texas Legislature is in session. What does that have to do with animals and non profit rescue?
This message is a bit different than what you typically read from GDRNT. I am a long-time supporter, past adopter, and was once a very active volunteer before life took me out of state for a bit. I am also a veterinarian.
Valentines seems to be the perfect time to introduce this hunk of love Moose who is going to need a special love to be his FURever home. Moose has it all…. a great personality, a playful spirit, a sweet temperament and a