Texas Italian Greyhound Rescue Inc
Rating: 5 stars 15 reviews
Location: PO Box 270362 Flower Mound TX 75027 USA
Results: We have placed hundreds of rescued Italian greyhounds, whippets, greyhound mixes and salukis in loving forever homes. In 2012, we placed over 70 foster dogs with volunteer foster homes and adopted 60 dogs to forever homes.
Target demographics: All individuals interested in adopting an Italian greyhound, whippet, saluki, and/or greyhound.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Our fosters directly benefit from all donations.
Geographic areas served: Texas and surrounding states
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Texas Italian Greyhound Rescue is a small group of six people, plus fosters and volunteers, that rescue, rehabilitate and rehome Italian Greyhounds, Whippets, and an occassional mixed sight hound. The work that this small group does, on a strictly volunteer and dontation funded group is phenominal. My husband and I started off as a foster home and enjoyed the work so much that we devote most of our free time as volunteers. On average we have 5 fosters in our home at one time. IGs are the most amazing companion animals and really lift our spirits on a daily basis.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
rehabilitating rescued dogs and finding them the prefect forever homes.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Find a dozen more foster homes and volunteers, and get the donations rolling in.
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How did you learn about this organization?
Through the President, Robin Toula.
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What is its top priority in the long run?
Being able to keep home fostering and rescuing as many dogs as our funds will allow.
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