Montana GSPC Rescue is dedicated to the continued effort of rescuing, rehabilitating, and re-homing GSPs in need in Montana.
Montana GSPC Rescue is committed to:
- The infinite endeavor to empower through knowledge.
- Improving education and understanding of an exceptional breed, and its equally distinctive needs.
- Promoting and encouraging education for breeders, and owners.
- Protecting an incredible breed, its future, and the future of the sport of owning purebred dogs.
- Sparing no effort to save GSPs in need, and ensure their safety and happiness.
- Heightening nationwide awareness regarding the cause of and necessity for GSP rescue.
- Striving for our ultimate goal to have no GSPs left in shelters or euthanized for inappropriate reasons.
- Accomplishing our greatest ambition that every GSP has the life it deserves.
If you can foster a dog in need or know someone that would like to adopt a rescued Pointer, please contact Nancy Lane.
The Rescue is in desperate need of additional funds. If you can donate, or shop our store, it is a great way for everyone to benefit. You can get great merchandise featuring either Weimaraners or German Shorthair Pointers and the rescue will receive the funds it needs to care for the deserving dogs in its care.
We can make custom merchandise featuring your dogs as well to benefit the rescue program. All we require is that you tell us what merchandise you are interested in and you must purchase at least one of that item. Email the pictures to us and just include your name and what merchandise you want us to create, along with any special wording you would like on it.
The rescue program is in need of:
- Dog Food
- Cash donations for medical care
- Foster Care
- Transportation volunteers
Available For Adoption
Adopting a rescue dog is a very rewarding experience. It’s unfair to assume that just because a dog has been relinquished by it’s owner or was picked up as a stray, it is a “bad” dog.
Our rescue group acts as back up for the shelters. Dogs who aren’t adopted out of the shelters within a reasonable time frame end up in the rescue program.
The dogs in the Montana GSP rescue program have been thoroughly evaluated by long-time breeder and trainer Nancy Lane. They reside at her home in Glendive or in carefully screened foster homes until forever homes can be found for them. You can view the current dog available for adoption with petfinder.com.
For more information on adopting or releasing a pointing dog, please contact Nancy Lane at (406) 989-2480 or visit her website.