Sometimes GHHS receives animals with serious injuries or illnesses. The Pitch-In Program rehabilitates these loving animals as much as possible in preparation of a forever home. Many of these animals require a longer stay at GHHS to recuperate from their illness or injuries.
We treat a variety of ailments, including heartworm, animals hit by cars, severely malnourished animals, and animals that have to have time to adjust to accepting the love and compassion that we have to offer. Please consider donating to the Pitch-In Pet Fund to help save these animals’ lives.
This month’s animal: Dallas
Hi, I’m Dallas, a 12-week-old shepherd mix. I love everyone, and just want to run run run all day! I was brought to GHHS very malnourished and covered in mange. Since mange can be contagious, I have to be kept in quarantine for weeks of treatment.
Please consider giving to help my medical care. Thank you!
Last month’s animal: Suzie
Suzie is a beautiful 3-year-old black bombshell. Suzie is very friendly and even knows how to high-five! She also suffers from ulcers and lesions from a skin disease called eosinophilic granuloma. Her treatment is inexpensive, but she just had a new cyst show that needs to be biopsied. With your help, Suzie has been cleared for adoption and given a new round of meds. Thank you so much!