"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion."
Will you take a "Chance" on me?
Become A Foster Home It is a wonderful feeling to "save" a rescued dog by adopting one. But, imagine feeling like you have helped not only one dog, but many dogs. That is the reward you get for being a foster home.
Can you open your home and your heart up to these wonderful animals, and be a foster home for GSRAW? If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a foster family, or about becoming a volunteer in general for GSRAW, please go to the GSRAW website to fill out or download a volunteer application. www.gsraw.comGerman Shepherd Rescue Alliance of Wisconsin
On March 30, 2001, German Shepherd Rescue Alliance of Wisconsin, Inc. ("GSRAW"), was incorporated, although operations had begun in the support of the defined mission more than one year prior. GSRAW has no shelter and operates utilizing a phone, post office box, and internet networking system. Occasionally, boarding kennels are options used to save an animal's life. Although we are newly formed, collectively our members have many years of experience in evaluating temperaments, fostering, placing and training German Shepherd Dogs. GSRAW views its mission as increasing public awareness against animal cruelty and overpopulation while rescuing and finding homes for displaced and unwanted German Shepherd Dogs throughout Wisconsin and further, if needed. GSRAW has a long-term dedication to this breed and its fair and humane treatment.
Our organization provides a single service: the rescue, support, and placement of unwanted or displaced German Shepherd Dogs and occasionally mixes, regardless of age, size, sex and health. GSRAW differentiates itself among breed rescue groups by focusing on a single set of goals, which include education of the public to the proper care of the breed. GSRAW will seek work with shelters, veterinary offices and private individuals to achieve these goals.
German Shepherd Rescue Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We gladly accept donations which go to help cover verterinary costs of spaying, neutering and otherwise bringing rescue dogs back to proper health. Your donations are tax deductible.