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We started fostering for Saving Grace a little over a year ago and one day answered the call to foster a puppy who had a badly injured leg that would need to be amputated. We knew nother about the poor pup but we decided to foster her and Christine asked me to pick her up from Saving Grace. Shortly after, Riley (aka Big Puppy) had her leg amputated and we just couldn't bare to let her go. So, she became pack member #5 for us and we couldn't be happier! Without Saving Grace, we wouldn't have met this wonderful girl!
Saving Grace has taken in and successfully found homes for more than 20,000 dogs since 2004. 2018 brought 2,400 dogs to their furever homes and 2019 is on track to match more than 2900 dogs with their families. While completing the lifesaving work of resuce, Saving Grace has also been hard at work planning and completing much needed improvements at the farm. While we have successfully completed many of these projects, we have several that have become urgent and need funding.
IN ORDER TO CONTINUE operating in any capacity Saving Grace is also required to bring our current space up to county standards including: handicapped and emergency vehicle accessibility, relocating adoption areas and housing for puppies and small dogs, extensive solid fencing and landscape screening, and parking lot modifications/adjustments. These changes must be complete by the end of 2019.