Save Rocky the Great Dane Rescue and Rehab is a national 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of Great Danes, Great Dane mixes, and other breeds that have been abused, neglected and/or abandoned.
We are a Great Dane and Great Dane mix rescue in honor and memory of Rocky, the Great Dane, whom we tried desperately to save in June 2013. Despite all of our efforts and offers of rehabilitation, he was irresponsibly and needlessly euthanized on June 12, 2013. Every single dog that enters our rescue and rehabilitation will be provided with the care and love that Rocky was denied. The Danes we save will be in his memory and honor. For those of you who do not know Rocky's story, please read below.
What to Expect When You Adopt a Dog from Us
Save Rocky the Great Dane Rescue and Rehab has an adoption process that is similar to how other rescue groups adopt out pets. Below is an explanation of each step in this process and why each step is important when you decide to adopt with SRGDRR.
The process begins with posting the pets to our website, Facebook page, and over 50 adoption websites. Once you find a dog you are interested in, you will fill out an application, which is forwarded to an application processor. After reviewing the application, a veterinarian check is done. The veterinarian check is followed by a phone interview with you, the applicant. Finally, a home check is done. As soon as everything has cleared, and a you have signed a contract along with payment of an adoption donation, your new forever friend will be delivered!