Hi there!

Welcome to Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue!
We are a registered 501(c)(3) German Shepherd rescue in the Houston/Katy area with over 40 years of combined rescue experience. We help all injured, abandoned, and aim to save dogs from being unnecessarily euthanized. While specializing in German Shepherds, we are working towards educating the public on microchipping, spaying/neutering, heartworm treatment and prevention, and many other pet needs. We are working to build partnerships with other rescues and work tirelessly to assist in the overcrowding of shelters while placing these precious animals into loving forever homes.
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Ways to Help

Fostering

Open your doors to one of our rescue animals and give them the shelter they need while their forever home is found.

Reference Checks

Help ensure our rescues are going to good homes by helping us check the backgrounds and references for our applicants.

Intake

Help us manage and assist in ensuring dogs are pulled from shelters and bad situations so that we can help them get help as quickly as possible.

Transport

Help transport our rescues from Point A to Point B. This may mean from shelters to the vet, to events, to their fosters or owners, etc.

Event Coordination & Planning

Help us plan and create fundraisers and other events to gather items and donations to help further our cause.

Anything Else

The driving force for our mission is you: the community. We need your input, ideas, comments, and questions.

What People Are Saying

  • positive review  They are caring, capable, organized people who will go to the ends of the earth to help every last beautiful Shepherd. I highly recommend them!

    thumb Karen Hosmer
    3/15/2019

    positive review  I had a German Shepherd. called Blaze in which I rescued, from a bad an stressful. the owners didn't care about him so much so he ended up gastronomic Enteritis, he nearly died Lucky we got him to the vets in time. he was only a puppy. it was thankfully the vet saved hi although his growth, was stunted, but he lived up until he was 16 yrs, 1 month old. German Shepherd are so loyal that Im now lost without my faithful friend.he was always at my side always love his walks he passed away, in 2016.

    thumb Rossalynd Thompson
    12/17/2018

    positive review  This group is awesome. I had a stray German Shepherd that had her 5 puppies under my house. They came out and brought everything they would need for me to keep them until they found a foster home for them. I'm so very thankful for this wonderful group. Thanks again. The momma will always be in my heart.

    thumb Shannon Hubbs
    10/31/2018
  • 5 star review  I saw Rosie, now known as Roxy Rose , on FB, and instantly fell in love � Everyone that I had the pleasure of working with, were instrumental in arranging this adoption. I have had her for 2 weeks today, and she’s doing great! She has gained 5.5 lbs since 9/11, (from 35 to 40.5) and she sits, lays down, shakes, walks well on a leash, stops and sits at crosswalks. Thank you Grace Mercy Love rescue for this beautiful little girl, that fit so well into our pack! ��� #adoptionsuccess

    thumb Sharon Mettille Robinson
    10/05/2018

    positive review  Amazing and capable folks here who go above and beyond for these pups. Kellie is a rockstar!

    thumb Katlyn Katona
    9/20/2018

    positive review  Doing wonderful things! Spread the love! 🙌🏼❤️

    thumb Caryn Edwards Critchfield
    9/19/2018
  • positive review  So helpful when I found a stray in need. I am so grateful for them!

    thumb Suzanne Matteson
    9/08/2018

    positive review  Truly wonderful human beings, dedicated and caring.

    thumb Harry Tate
    8/31/2018

    positive review  The dogs are saved from hell and brought back to health — best rescue by far 😍

    thumb Jae Cee
    8/25/2018
  • positive review  They rescued Gus! He was at risk in a horrible shelter and could barely walk.

    thumb Tess A. Owens
    8/13/2018

    positive review  They are the greatest ladies I have the pleasure to know and they helped me get my girl

    thumb Leo Richardson
    8/06/2018

    5 star review  Absolutely fantastic

    thumb Ragan Elizabeth Smith
    7/06/2018
  • 5 star review  Love them

    thumb Chrissy Ruyle
    6/26/2018

    positive review  they do an amazing job.

    thumb Rachel Wolfe
    6/09/2018

    5 star review  I love what they are doing for these animals. I wish I could ADOPT the ALL.

    thumb Michael N Angel Moreno
    5/15/2018
  • 5 star review  Read about Gus. Thank you for taking him. Please keep us updated about him. I have two 10-yr old GSDs, Olympia and Czarina, I know what the poor guy must be feeling. Thank you for what you do.

    thumb Melanie Kowalski
    5/12/2018

    5 star review  So compassionate! Thank you so much for all you do!!!

    thumb Jami Lynn Veatch Renwick
    5/11/2018

    5 star review  amazing rescue..they rescue dogs from shelters that don't have much of a chance

    thumb Lisa Casazza LaValle
    5/10/2018

Donate

We are accepting monetary donations through the below services.
Thank you for your support!

We are a registered charity on Amazon Smile, so 0.5% of any purchase made will be donated to our rescue! If you already have a charity set, you may need to search for ‘Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue’ to find our listing.

Other than PayPal and Amazon Smile, we are a registered rescue through Pet Rescue Rx. You can help us by purchasing your pets’ medication, treatments, and other items, and selecting Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue at checkout, and 100% of your purchase will be donated to our rescue!

Recent News

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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue added a new photo.17 hours ago
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue shared a post.4 days ago
During the 2019 Texas Legislative Session, more than 25,000 Texans wrote and called and signed petitions in support of legislation to require adequate shelter for dogs across Texas to protect them from the blazing hot and freezing cold weather, and to prohibit the use of heavy chains. More than 200 Texans traveled to Austin from across the state to register their support for companion bills SB 295 by Senator Eddie Lucio and HB 940 by Representative Sarah Davis.

SB 295 sailed through the Senate before reaching the House floor late last night. Before debate could even begin, Representative Jonathan Stickland (Bedford) raised a Point of Order on the bill, killing it. To say we are frustrated and heartbroken is an understatement. Calling the point of order was a casual cruelty, committed in a matter of minutes. The result of the point of order? The hours, days, months and years that animal advocates, rescuers, and kind-hearted people will again have to devote to helping dogs tied down with heavy chains, exposed to extreme weather, often dying from neglect.

We feel the burden of this failure deeply, knowing the future holds hours of continued suffering for dogs across Texas, and due to the lack of a clear enforcement mechanism – the very thing this bill would have fixed - there will again be nothing that can be done to help them. This may have been politics inside the Capitol, but outside in the real world, a love for animals unites people from both parties, from all walks of life, from all parts of Texas, and we will not stop our efforts to end animal cruelty. In the days to come, we’ll post the members who supported the bill so they can be thanked, and we’ll regroup and relaunch. We can’t afford to let this slow us down – we know the animals of Texas depend on all of us, together.
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue5 days ago
Dog Lovers & Animal Advocates – Action Needed!



Tired of seeing dogs living on chains? Angry when you see a dog living outside in the summer heat or freezing cold with no shelter?



Now’s your chance to make a real difference with a 30-second call, post, or tweet!



On Monday, the Texas House of Representatives will vote on SB 295, the Adequate Shelter Bill. GML supports this bipartisan bill because it can make a real difference for dogs.



The most powerful thing you can do to help is to contact YOUR Texas Representative. To find your rep, visit https://wrm.capitol.texas.gov/home. Then call them, post on their page, and tweet them! However you can reach them – please do. Messages are most effective if you are brief, to the point, and respectful.



On behalf of dogs everywhere – thank you!
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue7 days ago
Exciting News! TX House Calendar's Committee voted to move SB-295 to the full House for a vote on Monday.

Call to action.
Let's light up the Texas Capital with calls to our Representatives.
Ask them to vote YES on Monday for SB-295-Adequate Shelter and Restraint legislation.

The power to make a change is in our hands. You see us helping those suffering the most, now help us change the future.

Find your Rep's information and call today! They are working.
https://www.house.texas.gov/members/find-your-representative/

We have two you can contact:
Dist 128 - Baytown area Rep Briscoe Cain (512) 463-0733
Dist 28 -Parts of Katy/Richmond Rep John Zerwas - Parts of Katy and Richmond (512) 463-0657
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Email, phone, Facebook Pages, Twitter Accounts, Instagram. Any way you can contact, contact. Share a personal story and photo of a dog you helped who was chained up

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