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Welcome to Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Dog Rescue!

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We are a newly formed 501(c)(3) rescue in the Houston area with over 25 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.

All of our members are unpaid volunteers, giving their time to help our cause. If you’re interested in assisting us save dogs in the Houston area, we have quite a few different ways to help:

  • Fostering
  • Reference checkers
  • Intake
  • Transport
  • Event planning and coordination

If you have any other questions or ideas, please feel free to drop us a line!

Donations

We are accepting monetary donations via PayPal, with more options coming soon. Thank you for your support!

PayPal Donation

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 shared Brittaney Everett's post.2 days ago
We NEED fosters! We have 100's of dogs in desperate situations and dying daily! We are looking for individuals to help save their lives! It is free to do and saves lives! Please let us know if you are able to open your home and provide some love to these amazing companions!

Please email us at info@gmlgsdr.org

https://www.facebook.com/brittaney.beerseverett/videos/10210546738818868/
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue added 2 new photos.3 days ago
Honey, Hoss and Anakin have gone to their forever homes! Their happy tails have officially begun!

Can you help provide happy tails for our other pups!? Apply today! Gmlgsdr.org/adoptions
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue added 7 new photos.3 days ago
Did you know??
Blood donations are not just for humans!!

Dune and Bella donated blood today. It was quick, painless, and they got lots of treats!

Pros:
Free comprehensive bloodwork for your dog!
Safe!
Save other dog's lives!
Free treats!

Cons:
None!!

If your dog is between 1-7 and over 50 lbs your dog can help save lives! Contact bloodbank.tx@bluepearlvet.com

My personal dogs have done it 3 times already and I can't recommend the program enough!!

P.s.These pics are in order and all taken within a 20 mins time frame and they strutted out of the building!
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue is feeling concerned.4 days ago
Educational post:

This is why we ask our applicants where your dog sits if you own a truck. Also, be sure to never leave your window down too low when driving; I've seen many dogs jump out because they saw a squirrel or other dog.

http://khqa.com/news/local/100000-dogs-die-each-year-from-riding-in-truck-bed
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue5 days ago
Meet Zeus! He's as sweet as can be, good with kids, cats and dogs and looking for his forever home!

If you're interested in Zeus please apply: https://gmlgsdr.org/adoptions/
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Grace Mercy Love German Shepherd Rescue6 days ago
As a community of rescuers supporting the greater Houston area, we see abuse, neglect and outright cruelty to animals every day.

We often find ourselves wondering if our efforts are making a difference. We see so many cruelty cases. Often the perpetrator is not brought to justice, but sometimes they are. It's these cases that bring hope that the world is changing. We are witnessing more and more cases for cruelty or neglect being prosecuted.

The story of a dog named "Republic" is one such case.

https://gmlgsdr.org/news/