Founded in 2011, GRRR is a small 501(c)(3) rescue organization that serves Chatham County in coastal Georgia as well as surrounding counties in the area. Based in Savannah, we are dedicated to rescuing small breed dogs under 30 lbs. from owners who are no longer able to care for them, from public shelters without a "no-kill" policy and from situations where a dog has suffered abuse or neglect. We are committed to helping small breed dogs of all ages and believe that no matter what the age or health condition, we are dedicated to insuring that every dog deserves love, care and compassion. All dogs rescued by GRRR are spayed or neutered, receive full veterinary treatment, immunizations and microchips. We are a foster based organization and all rescued dogs are placed in loving foster homes while awaiting adoption into carefully screened, loving forever homes.
Become a GRRR Champion!
Join the GRRR Monthly Donor Program.
No gift is too small and whether you contribute
$5 or $10 a month, it all adds up to a truly meaningful commitment to our rescue dogs, senior dogs and cats. All donations are tax deductible and assist us in providing a reliable source of support for GRRR’s ongoing rescue and rehabilitation work. Donations also help sustain GRRR’s Veterinary Care Fund and provides funding for our critical network of foster providers, paying for all foster dog costs.
Volunteer with GRRR and help us save dogs
“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
We have a small volunteer staff and there are so many dogs and people who need our assistance.
That's why we're always looking for people who love dogs and are interested in getting involved in the community. Volunteers are an integral part of GRRR's history and mission and provide support to ensure that every dog receives the highest quality of care and compassion.