Thank You GRIN Family Updated 10/29/2020
We want to THANK OUR GRIN FAMILY and everyone who has supported us through our 2020 event season. Due to Covid-19, we faced many fundraising challenges. Because of our generous supporters, we were able to hold Virtual Fundraisers; Bark In Your Park in May, the Ice Cream Social in July, August Auction and our Howl O' Ween Party & Pumpkin Pull in October! We were also able to hold two, in person Swim/Dockdiving events, where we could maintain safe protocols and social distancing.Because of the continued financial support we received, we are able to continue rescuing dogs that have very specific and often very expensive medical and behavioral needs. The GRIN Board of Trustees thanks you and the dogs who are now safe and happy and healthy also thank you!
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China Dogs---The Zodiac 4 and the International Love Group
Winter 2021 Newsletter
Puppy Mill Dogs
"Hop into Spring with a special gift for your furry best friend! GRIN will be featuring a special fundraiser in partnership with The Grateful Dog Bakery offering Easter Doggie Bags filled with goodies for your pups. The bags will come in two sizes; a medium doggie bag "The Hoppy Easter Doggie Bag" and a large doggie bag "The Egg-ceptional Easter Doggie Bag". Each of these treat filled bags will contain handmade and decorated…Read More
UPDATE! 2-6-2021 There's been a delay with our International Love Group of 6 goldens arriving from China. The cargo company cancelled the February 7 transport due to the weather in Beijing and NY being too cold to ensure the safety of the dogs. At this point we are not sure when they will come into our care. We are hoping for a good outcome. This weekend (1-30-2021) we are joyously…Read More
The 2021 GRIN Winter Newsletter is Here!
This edition is full of good information including coverage on the recent intake of our China rescue dogs, a piece on a new blood test to help with early detection of cancer in dogs, information on our adoption matching process and much more. Check it out!
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Meet Ginger. This sweet senior came to live with us in November of 2019. She was picked up as a stray and when the owners were contacted they relinquished her. Thank goodness for Ginger! She was underweight, had a number of benign mammary tumors, scraggly fur, and bare elbows (which gave us a clue as to where she may have laid her head). We had recently been approved as fosters…Read More
Over the past year GRIN has taken in an increased number of puppy mill dogs and as a result we are in need of appropriate foster/adoptive homes. The damage done during the years in the mill can be overcome, but it takes the right environment, time and dedication. What we are looking for in a mill dog foster/adopter: a fenced yard with a traditional fence another well socialized dog…Read More
Earlier this year, as my husband and I moved through the foster application process, we were both excited and nervous. There were so many unknowns. We had no idea what to expect in a displaced dog, what we were capable of and what was best for our resident Golden, Luna. But we wanted to make a difference in the path of a dog who needed us, and above all else,…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."