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Meet Archie

 

Archie is a 9 yr old male GSP who needs a foster home.  He was picked up as a stray

by the shelter and needs a temp spot until he finds his new home.  If you can assist us with fostering Archie please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 


Calendar Contest Is Happening Now

 

 These will be entries for the 2016 calendar!   We are using an outside company to run the contest this year so you will be uploading your photos directly onto the webpage and not sending them to us.  Also, the voting is instantaneous, as soon as you vote the votes are logged, no waiting.  The contest is through July 31, 2015.  Voting begins immediately as soon as you upload your picture.  Our prizes and rules are posted on the webpage. 

This fundraiser is helping 2 special girls in our program - Kacee and Katy.  You can read their stories on the contest webpage.  So pls, upload those pictures of your special GSPs and tell all your friends to vote!

http://www.gogophotocontest.com/mdgsprescue

 


 Do You Shop On Amazon?


If you are like many of us, you do a ton of shopping on Amazon.  Did you know that Amazon has an alternate site titled:  smile.amazon.com ?

It has exactly the same products and prices, only Amazon donates .5% of the sales to a charity of your choice.  Mid-Atlantic German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue is one of the available charities.

All you have to do is go to smile.amazon.com, choose your charity just one time, and shop as normal.   When you purchase items, a portion of the sales is donated to our rescue by Amazon.  It's very easy, try it out!

 


 

 Walk For Rescue!

 

 Click on the link above and it will take you to a webpage where you can download a walking application on your Smartphone.  Though Mid-Atlantic is not yet listed on the webpage, we are in the MD list on the phone application if you do a search.  For every mile you walk your dog this organization donates monies to the Mid-Atlantic GSP Rescue.  Given so many of us walk our pups, why not support Rescue while you do it!