Issue 61 | March, 2021
Thank you for joining us for the latest edition of the GSRNC eNewsletter!
We hope you enjoy it!

Twenty years ago a small group of determined volunteers charted the future for GSRNC. Click here to read about how it all came to be.

Rescue Happy Endings!
Abandoned on a Highway...
Chief was lost and alone for several weeks along a highway till a Good Samaritan picked him up.

Sweet Apollo Needs a Home

Senior boy Apollo is blind but has so much love to give. Is there a dog bed in your home waiting for him?

We love to hear about happy GSRNC adoptions!
If you love your dog and want to share his or her story, please send it along to:
Support GSRNC Every Time You Shop for Your Pets!!

Make a donation with every purchase! Pet Food Express has launched a new way to donate to GSRNC directly.

Shop. Support. Share! This is how you can help:

Shop online at Pet Food Express by clicking here or on the picture of the cute puppy.

You will SUPPORT our work with 4% of every purchase coming back to us!

Plus, for the month of March, Pet Food Express is offering 8% on purchases from their California local collection! You can shop through the GSRNC link by clicking here.

To help make this a success, please share this link with your friends. This information can also be found on the GSRNC home page.

Karen Oliver of Bring Rover Over in Martinez shares some dog training tips that can help build the bond with your dog.

Learning how to "settle" so both you and your dog can relax!

Fill those Easter Baskets!
Easter is right around the corner. Are you ready?!

Surprise your loved ones with some tasty Easter Basket stuffers! Better hurry, though, because the GSRNC See's Candy Easter store is only open till March 19. For every order, See's will donate up to 50%! What a delicious win-win!

You can check out our store and place your orders by clicking here!

See Rescue through the eyes of our volunteers.

GSRNC volunteer, Wes, juggles his time between three of his own dogs, one foster dog and other duties including search and rescue.


Wouldn't you love to see your dog on the cover of the 2022 GSRNC alumni calendar? Sure you would! We all have a bit of the stage parent in us when it comes to our fur kids.

This year we'll be doing things a little bit differently by having a cover dog contest! Space will be limited so find a great picture and be ready to nominate your dog when the casting call goes out. If your dog is one of the lucky contestants, you'll need to do some campaigning to be sure you end up with the Top Dog!

Details coming soon....

Stay calm and have fun with your dog!

Here's a GSD memory from Allison, a GSRNC volunteer!

When I moved west to San Francisco 20 years ago, I met my soon-to-be husband’s dog, Heidi. She was the first full GSD I’d ever gotten to know and I fell in love. We used to play Frisbee with her in Lafayette Park, across the street from our apartment. Heidi was very obedient with me but COMPLETELY dialed in to my husband. I was playing with her in the park one day and, just to see what would happen, my husband leaned out of our 6th-floor apartment window, hundreds of yards away on the other side of the street and yelled, “Heidi, sit!” It was barely audible and she couldn’t see him but Heidi planted immediately. It was amazing.

We'd love to share your memory too! Send your GSD story to us at:
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