WHENEVER YOU ADOPT A RESCUE, YOU SAVE A LIFE
MEET OUR ADOPTABLE GRIFFS
The sweet Griffs shown here do not necessarily represent all who will be available. The nature of our rescue operation means that we must always be on the alert to bring animals in need into our program. All must be vetted and cared for in a foster home, where we give them any treatments necessary and explore their personalities. Your future fur-baby may be in the queue. Your application will allow us to make the right match.
FELIX & ROCCO
ID: 3657 & 3658
PAWS OF WINTER
In the ‘winter’ of their lives, older Brussels Griffons need care and security. Loving homes provide the dignity and quality of life each deserves. Because each one is precious. SM
We are committed to senior and special-needs Griffs
Over time, NBGR has taken in an increasing number of senior and special-needs dogs. Whether they have been abandoned by uncaring owners or puppy mill operators who don’t need them when their breeding days are over -- or they have been surrendered by heartbroken owners who can no longer care for them -- we take them in.
Like us, dogs require increasing medical attention in their senior years; and like us, their medical expenses can soar. The largest expense in the NBGR budget is, by far, the Paws of WinterSM program.
These sweet seniors and special-needs dogs still have a lot of life -- to enjoy, to share with us. It simply costs more to sustain and protect them and their quality of life. We are committed to making that happen for them.
If you agree, please help.
If you can you help with a donation…Thank goodness for you. Your support keeps us from having to turn away a senior or special-needs dog.
We call these dogs our “Forever Fosters”. They are not adoptable, and a change in their environment could affect them negatively, so we have settled them into special foster homes. Their foster families will care for them for the rest of their days, and NBGR will pay all their expenses.
To help provide for Paws of Winter dogs, please click here.
LEVI & MILEY