News & Calendar
MCOA SpecialtyThere will be a rescue
mastiff parade on Saturday, June 6, at 8am during the 2015 MCOA Mastiff Specialty this year. It will be located inside Eukanuba Hall in the Roberts Centre in Wilmington, OH (near Dayton, Columbus,
Spring Is in the Air (Finally!)
it's Spring. Know what that means? It's time for the Flower
Fundraiser. Time to get ready and order some amazing flowers. Our GLMR president has personally ordered every year and all of her plants continue to
flourish. She loves how they switch up the flowers from year to year and
cannot wait to place her order. Do you think her neighbors would mind if she
starts planting flowers in their yards?
This is one of our best fundraisers. GLMR receives 50% of every order, so show us and your lawn some love and get your order in today! Order here!
AmazonSmile GLMR is now registered with the AmazonSmile program! That means simply by registering us as your preferred charitable organization, Amazon will donate a portion of every purchase at no cost to you. To select GLMR as your preferred charity, go to Easy AmazonSmile Registration.
Shop Our FriendsWe encourage you to see the Shop Our Friends page for holiday gift ideas. These are organizations that generously support GLMR throughout the year.
we are a 501(c)3 tax exempt charitable organization, your tax
deductible donation can be made through PayPal from the Donate link on
this page or can be mailed to us at: Great Lakes Mastiff Rescue, PO Box
47256, Chicago, IL 60647. (Please note that our address has recently changed!)
Jasmine is ready to find her forever home!
Jasmine is an adorable, charming Mastiff a bit on the
smaller side (at least she is now after losing weight!). Despite having a rough patch mid-life, after being abandoned in the middle of the
night by being tied to a shelter gate she ended up needing spinal surgery to
alleviate swelling from disc compression, today she is a happy sweet cheerful girl that is about six years old.
She has recovered from surgery, with a normal life
expectancy, and is on a small amount of inexpensive daily medication (which she is
slowly being weaned off of). She loves to go for walks and her foster family
says that while she isn’t very fast she is finding 3rd gear now –
something she was never able to do pre-surgery. She is very good at sit, is
getting better at stay and walking using a harness
Jasmine can’t be in homes with other dogs because of the
surgery. However, she is amazing with
people and super easy in the house. She is quiet and easygoing and her
favorite things are taking her toys for walks with her and curling up in the
same room you are in. Her foster mom says “She is just such an easy dog to
love, so sweet!” . She is fine on stairs
and non-skid surfaces but can have trouble with some slippery floors.
If you are interested in talking to someone about Jasmine please fill out an application on our Adopt page and one of our volunteers will contact you. Please indicate that you are particularly interested in Jasmine.