Make a Difference


All donations are used in rescuing and caring for the dogs we save. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, making donations tax-deductible.

Rescue is not just about taking dogs and finding homes. It is about doing the right thing, for the dog – for the human. It’s about listening to your heart and following cold trails of information. It’s about doing the right thing, always.

If you are interested in getting involved in our rescue by becoming a volunteer or foster, please visit the Applications page. We look forward to meeting you!


Ways to Donate:

Click the links below to visit our donation platforms and item wishlists. Your donations, no matter the size, make a world of difference to our rescue pups.

What are donations used for?

Essential Dog Care

Medical: Donations help cover veterinary expenses, ensuring that rescued dogs receive necessary medical treatments, vaccinations, and spaying/neutering.

Nutrition and Shelter: Funds support the provision of quality food and safe shelter for rescued German Shepherds, in their foster homes while they await adoption.

Fundamental Training: Donations contribute to socialization programs, enhancing the adaptability and sociability of rescued dogs, making them more suitable for their forever homes.

Overall Well-Being: This includes additional resources such as crates, toys, treats, blankets, etc. that often travel with each pup to their new home.

Rescue Operations

Lifesaving Mission: Your donation directly contributes to the rescue and care of German Shepherds in need, providing them with a chance at saving their life and for a better life.

Community Education: Donations help educate the community about responsible pet ownership, breed-specific needs, and the importance of adopting from reputable rescues.

Logistics: Your support aids in the logistics of rescue operations, including transportation, fostering, and coordinating adoptions.

Long-Term Impact: By donating, you become a part of the ongoing effort to make a lasting impact on the lives of German Shepherds, promoting their well-being and happiness.