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2004 in ReviewIn 2004, HHGDR found "forever" homes for 74 Great Danes, Saint Bernards, and other dogs. Since our 1992 founding we have found homes for over 1100 dogs.
We at HHGDR would like to thank ALL the donors and sponsors that have been so generous during the year. Without your generous donations we would not be able to continue to help the homeless Great Danes, Saint Bernards, and other dogs. No matter how large or small, all donations are greatly appreciated by us as well as the dogs!
We would also like to thank all the volunteers who have worked so hard for the Rescue, whether it be selling raffle tickets, transporting a dog, doing an awareness day, or working at the Rescue facility.
Below we list a few events of the past year. Much more information can be found by looking through our 2004 Newsletters and Past Events.
Second Annual Trailer Trash Jamboree.
Music by the "Singing Vet" --again a great success.
Minivan Donated. An 1998 Ford Windstar minivan helps to comfortably transport dogs to vet appointments.
Passing of Two Valued Friends. Tireless volunteer
Judy Wilson donated her skills and many hours to the
Rescue Web site and computer repair. Marge
Schott was a lover of Saint Bernards and a donor in the wake of the
1999 fire. Both are greatly missed.
Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade.
We're invited to participate as a way to honor Marge
Schott. Saint Bernards from the Rescue invade Cincinnati!
Bebe comes to the Rescue in such poor condition, and with her leg so damaged, amputation is necessary.
HHGDR Annual Picnic.
Volunteers and adopted dogs gather
Meeka returns to Rescue and then undergoes first of two needed ACL surgeries. Mick comes into Rescue, also with major health issues.
Superpetz Sylvania. Our first awareness day in the Toledo, Ohio, area.
Ben arrives at Rescue. He needs expensive orthopedic surgery to save his leg from amputation and is still receiving postoperative care.OCTOBER
Max arrives at Rescue. He also
needs orthopedic surgery to save
his leg and is still receiving follow-up care.
First Thanksgiving Raffle. Yet another way to help cope with mounting vet bills.
First Holiday Raffle.
Funds raised help with veterinary bills.
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