Another great interview from San Francisco! We had the pleasure of interviewing Grateful Dogs Rescue, an organization founded in 1990 by Michelle Parris. For more than 2 decades, Grateful Dogs Rescue is on a mission to save the lives of dogs at San Francisco Animal Care and Control that are at risk of euthanasia. As the oldest all-breed rescue group in San Francisco, Grateful Dogs saves as many dogs as possible, places them in experienced foster homes and provides veterinary care and training as needed until loving adopters can be found.
Medical Care is expensive and the organization is in need of financial funds and donations. Many fun events are upcoming in October in the Bay Area, so if you live close by please take the time and visit these worthwhile events to donate to the rescue, to help them to keep up their great work or just to visit and say Hi.
Michelle Douglas shared with us her insights as well as the daily challenges of a busy dog rescue. Thank you, Michelle! PackPeople, enjoy the interview!
Facebook: Grateful Dogs Rescue
YouTube: Grateful Dogs Rescue
In addition to the many resources provided on the www.gratefuldogsrescue.org “Links” page, Michelle also recommends:
Books by Michael Wombacher
Books by Dr. Ian Dunbar
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