About Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson
Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson is a partner of Saving Grace Animals for Adoption in Wake Forest, N.C.
Who We Are
Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson is a partner of Saving Grace Animals for Adoption in Wake Forest, N.C. Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson County is a private intake facility founded to impact the staggering number of unwanted and euthanized puppies and dogs in Robeson County. It is a state licensed 501c3 non-profit that depends on donors and supporters to operate. Intake and daily care is provided to the animals at this shelter location until they can be transported to an adoption facility making adoption possible.
Saving Grace Dog Rescue is dedicated to rescuing homeless dogs in our communities and finding them loving, permanent homes where they will be treated as members of the family. As advocates of spay/neuter we plan to implement programs that help the public with this vital part of pet healthcare. Our goal is that through rescue assistance, education, and other programs, the number of unwanted animals will decline, and the stigma of animal euthanasia will be significantly reduced from Robeson County and surrounding areas.
Ways You Can Help
We need help with all sorts of things!
- Admin duties
- Cleaning, feeding, and walking the dogs
- Helping with events
- Fundraising/grant writing
Please check our Calendar page for dates/times that volunteer training classes are held
We need supplies and monetary donations!
Check out our Amazon Wish List. Our rescue uses lots & lots of pee pads, trash bags, bleach, RESCUE cleaner, Dawn dish soap, paper towels, dog food, plus a ton of other stuff as you can imagine!
Monetary Donations can be made via:
- or you can mail checks to: Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson County, P.O. Box 3340 Lumberton, N.C. 28360
We are open by appointment at this time and would love to meet you and show you what we are doing in Robeson County. Due to our small staff, we ask that you give us a heads up so that we are in the office and not out assisting animals, etc. Email is the best ways to reach us as we are usually taking care of the animals and sometimes cannot respond immediately.
Please note: If you have found an animal, please contact animal control in the area where you found it so that the owner can potentially be located.