Making good matches is imperative to successful relationships. At GDRP we work hard to guide you in finding the right dog for your family and lifestyle.
At Green Dog Rescue Project (GDRP), we aim to rebuild hope for homeless dogs where it’s been damaged or lost. To do this, we provide rescue, care and housing for dogs of all sizes and ages in a non-kennel facility, as well as medical and behavioral rehabilitation when needed. We also work with those who see a need to change an antiquated sheltering industry by providing the environment and methods to learn how to make real change. We believe that the traditional sheltering model of housing animals in cages or glass closets does not truly benefit the needs of homeless animals, and that we have a responsibility to understand dogs' basic and natural need to be part of a social pack. We can offer education and training to sheltering industry professionals and volunteers that has proven to increase adoptions, staff morale, and healthier animals, while decreasing the number of animals being euthanized. Our focus also lies on community education, including the next generation of junior volunteers. At Green Dog Rescue Project, we firmly believe that an ocean of change can begin with a single drop.
To create change we need a community of support. Our volunteers are compassionate, dedicated, and the backbone of our success.
The Green Dog Rescue Project (GDRP) is the nation’s first predominantly non-kennel shelter facility and educational center. We are proving that change is good.
10342 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor, CA
Thursday - Saturday - Noon - 4PM
Wednesdays by appointment
New Education Series in 2016 - Taught by Behaviorist Colleen Combs. Next Session August 20th from 9:00AM - Noon. Call 707-433-4377 to register. Check out more information on our education page.
Adult Volunteer Orientation - Next orientation Tuesday, September 13th - 7:00-8:00PM. Please call to register 707-433-4377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GDRP believes in the importance of education. We offer training and education for shelter staff, community members, pet guardians and the next generation of animal welfare advocates.