Come see us at our new location 120 Bank St. Grass Valley CA , we have a new Vintage/Collectable / Antiquie shoppe now right in DownTown Grass Valley
?Open Tuesday thru Saturday 11-4:00 pm .
?WE also have a meet and greet center , call us to schedule a meet & greet with one of our adorable adoptable doggies , all in foster care , with families and other doggies .
meet the Rescue For Pets Sake dogs at the Grass Valley Petco 672 Freeman Ln. Grass Valley CA Adoptathon! on the Julyl 7th - 11:00 to 4:00 . All of these precious dogs are looking for their Furever HOme ,, come meet them you will be glad you did,, lots of puppies , & adult doggies !!!!
Rescue For Pets Sake started in 2011 with a little dog in Georgia named Olive. Pam Gorman the founder
It takes a special kind of person to adopted and care for a rescued dog. Many times dogs come into the rescue with excess baggage, many of them don't. Some have been abused others neglected and sometimes both. Taking in a rescue you have to be aware of a few things. It may take them a bit of time before they adjust to their new home. You must remember that they need to learn how to trust and know what love is. Sometimes for the very first time.
The main backbone of dog rescue are the foster parents. These people take these dogs into their home and make them part of a family. Working with them to make them more adoptable and help them to adjust to their new lives.
Fosters are able to tell you almost everything about the dog you are interested. Fosters make it a point to learn all they can about the foster babies. so you can adopt them without all the surprizes that come from