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Rebecca H.8

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Review for Saving Grace Animal Rescue Of Maryland Inc, Millersville, MD, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have been fostering with Saving Grace for 2-1/2 years. I have foster failed 2 out of my 80+ dogs. This organization is amazing, they really care about the animals they save. They make sure that all animals are on a 2 week health hold when coming from transport so that they don't send out sick animals. They go above and beyond to pull and help the very sick and injured. They currently have a dog who has an auto-immune disease that caused her to be paralyzed in her hind legs. Her vet bills have totaled over $10k and this is a lifelong issue. They have another puppy who has a liver shunt as well as 7 dogs rescued from another rescue after Animal Control seized 90+ dogs/puppies from them that are still fighting Distemper. Two of those dogs have beat it but still have ringworm. They never stop fighting for these animals. My two foster fails are amazing dogs. I can't imagine my life without them.

Role:  Volunteer
 

Review for Saving Grace Animal Rescue Of Maryland Inc, Millersville, MD, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have been fostering with Saving Grace since March of 2019. I have fostered almost 60 dogs in that time. I also foster failed one... :) We adopted our girl Nyx (our 9th foster with SGAR) in May of last year. I can honestly say that this organization has the best team out there. The group of VOLUNTEERS (that is right, no one gets paid) do everything in their power to save the babies that come to us. We don't always get cute easily "flipable" dogs/puppies/cats/kittens. Often our director has this crazy soft spot for the ones that have medical issues. We have several HW+ dogs, including one of my current fosters. We also have dogs who are recovering from extreme flea infestation (inflamed bleeding skin) and parasites. Animals who need surgery, a kitten with hydrocephalus, another kitten with deformed front paws... the list could go on and on. What I am saying is that this organization doesn't shy away from the hard cases. We want to save them all. I can't imagine working with any other rescue other than SGAR. They are how all rescues should work. I have included a few pictures of my girl Nyx, as well as one of one of our most recent foster sibling sets.

Role:  Volunteer