Association Of German Shepherd Rescuers Inc
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177F Riverside Ave Ste 143 % Janis M Hart Newport Beach CA 92663 USA
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3 people found this review helpful
This organization is fueled by the most amazing volunteers to be found in any non-profit arena. Their dedication and drive to be the best ensures that more than 400 German Shepherds find phenomenal homes every year. Volunteers foster dogs in their own homes, they raise funds to support veterinary care, the hold bake sales, they walk and bathe the dogs that are eagerly awaiting adoption, and on and on. The group pays special attention to injured and ill shepherds that would otherwise perish in public shelters. I couldn't be more proud to be affiliated with these incredibly compassionate individuals.
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I feel proud to be among the 100+ volunteers who comprise this all star team. This organization provides the finest quality vet care available to dogs that have been abandoned, abused, neglected and all but forgotten. As a result of the all-volunteer effort, more than 400 beautiful dogs find loving, permanent families each year. The organization does not 'cherry pick' dogs to rescue, but rather strives to assist those shepherds with the greatest needs. We set the highest standards for ourselves and for our adopting families to ensure that each dog is assured life-long love and good care.
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Most of the changes that I would like to make depend upon financial underwriting. I would like to be able to advertise and promote the dogs to a wider audience of prospective adopters and potential donors. As hard as it is to believe, many people are still not aware of how many wonderful, loving, good-tempered dogs are available through rescue organizations, and I would like to make the public more aware.
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