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, e-mail and internet networking systems. Occasionally boarding kennels are options used to save an animal's life. 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 rescue, support, and placement of unwanted or displaced German Shepherd Dogs regardless of age, size, sex and health. GSRAW will seek work with shelters, veterinary offices and private individuals to achieve these goals.
Did you know that 800 dogs are euthanized per hour in the United States alone and 60% of all dogs surrendered to shelters never make it out? The good news is that rescue organizations continue to make a difference in lowering the percentages of dogs euthanized each year. GSRAW strives to advance the cause of rescuing and rehabilitating German Shepherd Dogs and we are proud to say that we are currently in our 9thyear and going strong. Our non-profit organization has thus far taken in and placed in loving homes over 600 German Shepherd Dogs in and around the Midwest! We continue to get feedback from adopters whose lives have changed for the better by having a loving and loyal friend and companion animal in their lives. Dogs that without rescue, would not be here today.
GSRAW is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible.
All dogs will be spayed/neutered, brought up to date on shots and tested for heartworm prior to placement into their forever homes.
See our video on YouTube!
Tori and the MILK JUG
(well it's really a vinegar bottle but it's become known as a milk jug).
Read on to see how this very MILK JUG
played a role in saving her life!!