GSROC volunteers are tireless. This non profit is truly dedicated to humane treatment of animals. More importantly they scrutinize applicants who want to adopt dogs they've rescued. Once GSROC takes on a dog, there's no need to worry about their future. They are game changers. They work to reverse the lives of dogs that have been neglected, injured and abused. If you have a friend who works for GSROC you know that it's a huge part of their life. These volunteers are all about love, healing and appropriate placement. This association is absolutely a *great* non profit.
I applaud and commend this organization for their tireless efforts to help GSD's in distress and place them in loving homes.The devotion and loyalty of this breed of dog is boundless and they deserve people like this to come to their rescue when through hardship or carelessness,their human companions have let them down.Our GSD was raised in his youth with our 2 others and since their passing has seemed to relish being the center of attention for the last few years,a feeling he well deserves,so we will allow him that.When we are ready to share our home with a new furbaby this WILL be the organizatin we turn to and support.Keep up the good work,it is priceless!
The German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County is BY FAR AND AWAY the most successful and passionate organization I've ever known and witnessed in action. Their strategic, yet loving, approach to adoptions should be replicated across the country. The adoption and fundraiser events are well planned, well attended and result in hundreds of dogs finding wonderful forever homes, many of which arrived to them in dire condition. They earn every dime of their donations, and "rescue" dogs from high kill shelters, finding them loving homes. They dont just passively care for abandoned dogs, they actively seek to place dogs in foster care when possible, as well. I cannot say enough amazing things about this organization.