We service the Fort Worth/Dallas area of Texas

2016 Annual Meeting

The 2016 annual members meeting for all paid members will be held on Saturday. February 27th at 2:00 pm in Dallas Texas. Even if you can not attend the meeting this is a great way to support all of the good work that rescue does! Every bit of your annual dues goes to help the sick, injured and neglected dogs that we are able to save from death row.

Happy New Year Lessons.

Our Supporters Rock.
A Happy New Year to all our Friends and Supporters. We could not have saved as many Danes without loving foster homes, dedicated volunteers, and generous donors. Each year I pray that in the coming year, Rescues are no longer needed as no animal is left homeless to die in a shelter simply because no home could be found. Given the trend in our email box it is not likely that 2016 will be that year.

Together we do it better.
This has been a hard week for the DFW animal community. I watched as so many came together to keep tornado recovery honest and help with money, searches, supplies and muscle. The work is not over but I am so proud of how the animal community has reunited so many furbabies and families and pray that all will be united soon.

A Dogs Life
I think there are lessons to be learned from our dogs... and rockpapercynic.com pretty much said it better than I ever could.

Thank You.
To those of you who have donated to GDRNT or animal welfare over the last year we Thank You! $1 or $1,000 it is all so very appreciated and makes a huge difference. GDRNT is a 501c3, all volunteer organization your tax deductible donations go directly to the veterinary and care expenses of the Danes in our program. If you still have year end charitable funds to allocate please consider GDRNT. You may donate by clicking on the visa/MasterCard logo on the top right of the home page to go to PayPal.

May each of you have a Blessed 2016.

Danes in Need

Gypsy is a sweet girl who's had a rough start in life. She came to rescue after having a litter and developing a nasty case of demodectic mange, aka demodex. Demodex is treatable with proper veterinary attention, but Gypsy's case was ignored and allowed to progress. Because of her condition at intake she was estimated at six years old but she has the heart of a much younger girl. Gypsy is living with other danes and small children and loves teh attention. She is improving in her foster home and sweet as pie!