LOST Giant in Delaware needs help
getting back home.
Meet Jasper a starved
4 month old Giant puppy and follow his successful recovery and return to health with a happy ending.
What to do when
Animal Control comes knocking on YOUR door.
I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter, the cast offs of human society. I saw in their eyes
love and hope, fear, dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry. "God, " I said, "this is terrible!
Why don't you do something?" God was
silent for a moment and then He spoke softly. "I have done something," he replied. "I created You."
Please participate in the study at Texas A&M on The Genetics of Canine Aging and Longevity using
Puppy Mill Awareness Day
Read about a visit to our Giant commercial breeder and see the green slime in the water
buckets and dirty matted dogs.
Genetic defect incontinence vs spay incontinence
Tips for choosing a Quality Breeder
Humane society of the United States Breeder Complaint form
No same sex placements read this article Bitch Fight
and you will understand why we are adamant about this
No toddlers, please
YES! Giants DO shed!
Nothing changes until it is spoken about. We have to be passionate to effect changes in our breed so that those
breeding irresponsibly will not be allowed to continue as they are. Thus, one of the many purposes
of this site.
Welcome! G.I.A.N.T. Schnauzer Rescue Network (GSRN) is the brainchild of many GS owners around
the country who desire is to be of assistance with picking up dogs from shelters,
vetting, foster care, drive networking, etc.. We are also here to help breeders with screening
potential new puppy owners if they are out of their breeder's area, help new giant owners with
be mentors to new GS owners or those who are seeking responsible/reputable breeders to
purchase their first Giant from AND to help and support each other.
If you need help with any of the above click on a state below and find a volunteer
to help you. No one is paid to do rescue. We are all volunteers and do the best we can. Rescue does not happen overnight
and rehoming your Giant should be your responsibility as owner
one knows your Giant as well as you do. We can give you suggestions and tell you what we do
so that you can find a suitable match for your giant if you are giving your dog up, but we cannot do it for you.
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