It’s time to celebrate 30 Years of Rescue Join us at the GRIN GALA! After a nasty virus shut us down for a couple of years, we are happy to announce the GRIN Gala is BACK!! We invite you to join us on Saturday, October 8, 2022, for GRIN’s largest annual fund-raiser being held at St. Michaels Woodside Party Center in Broadview Hts. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar,…Read More
When the witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ‘tis near Halloween! Please join us for a bit of Hocus Pocus on Sunday October 16th for our annual HOWL at the Oak Grove Pavilion at the Brecksville Metroparks. Tickets are $20/pp. Register HERE. Our Spooktacular event will begin at 10 am and go until 1:00 pm. A ton of frightful fun is planed- we…Read More
The limited edition GRIN 30th Anniversary commemorative pin is now available.
Celebrate with us and be part of the pack. Click HERE to order.
EmbraceCLE Community Challenge With the ever-increasing number of dogs GRIN continues to take in, we are thrilled to be nominated to participate in the third annual EmbraceCLE Community Challenge. This challenge is aimed at highlighting the hardworking, local organizations that make Cleveland great. We will be competing against other local non-profits to see who can raise the most money during the challenge. The prize amounts are significant: 1st place is $15,000, 2nd place is $8,000…Read More
People Foods Dogs Can and Can’t Eat By AKC Staff | Apr 24, 2020 Dedicated dog lovers tend to be very kind people. We share our hearts and homes (and for some lucky pups, even the foot of our beds) with our canine pals. Surely there is nothing wrong with sharing our favorite people foods with our dogs too, right? Not necessarily. Many of the foods, such as fruits and vegetables,…Read More
What sets us apart from other rescue organizations
"As we quickly approach the anniversary of Gus' adoption, our family wanted to send a BIG thank you your way. We feel so lucky to have found such a wonderfully supportive and dedicated group of people at GRIN."