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Green Dog Rescue Project

10342 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor, CA, 95492

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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, one rescue dog at a time.

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Bridger

Retriever (Unknown Type)

6 years ago, Bridger was one of the last remaining dogs at the former Healdsburg Animal Shelter.  When they closed their doors, GDRP too... show more

6 years ago, Bridger was one of the last remaining dogs at the former Healdsburg Animal Shelter.  When they closed their doors, GDRP took the remaining dogs and vowed to keep them safe and hope to find them all a forever home.   Bridger has remained at GDRP all these years, learning to love our volunteers, and live as a member of the pack... becoming somewhat of a resident.   Although Bridger is not 'at risk', we believe that he deserves a loving home of his own if there is one out there willing to meet his very specific needs.   He prefers to take his time getting to know you, and is clear about his dislike for strangers leaning over him and attempting to rub his inviting labrador head.   He'd be most successful in a home that is relatively uneventful... children and company would be best scheduled for time when he could either remain secluded and secured in a separate room or back here for the day with his friends at GDRP.    Some of us simply wish to live a solitary life... and Bridger is one of those spirits.  If you are interested in Bridger, please contact GDRP directly at 707-433-4377 and ask to speak to Colleen.   is   years of age and weighs   pounds.  Come and meet   @ Green Dog Rescue Project 10342 Old Redwood Hwy, Windsor, CA 95492  707-433-4377 Adoption fee is: $200 Adoption Hours: Wednesday by appointment Thur-Sat from noon-4PM www.greendogproject.org Learn more about our adoption process: http://www.greendogproject.org/adoptable-dogs.html show less

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Cheech 2

Miniature Pinscher

It is no secret that the GDRP crew has a soft spot for the seniors in need of a soft place to land when life presents them with circumst... show more

It is no secret that the GDRP crew has a soft spot for the seniors in need of a soft place to land when life presents them with circumstances that cause changes to their lifestyle and security at a time when they need it most.  So when we were asked by our friends at Township Animal Hospital in Windsor to consider helping this sweet ol' boy, we simply couldn't say no.   At 9 years old (which is still very young for a small breed dog), Sweet Cheech, is a bit confused about how his years of love and loyalty landed him a role in the "Sweet Silver Bachelor" dating game.  From what we understand, his previous family decided they could no longer take care of him, and consulted with the doc about options to 'let him go'... without hesitation the vet staff contacted GDRP and requested we provide an alternate end to this sweet boys life.   He is healthy, happy, mellow, and not a barker.  He let's you handle him easily, enjoys a bit of affection but isn't needy or demanding.  He sleeps off and on (as any retiree should be allowed to do), and travels well.   He's a tiny thing at 7 pounds, sweet and affectionate and hoping for a nice lap to curl up on!  Please come out and meet Cheech and learn more about what he's looking for...and remember, he qualifies for our Silver Paws Grant through our friends at Paws for Love!  Ask us more!? show less

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Skoll

Siberian Husky

 Wow...talk about a tough first 8 months of life!!  Skoll was found by Animal Control in March 2019 with blunt head trauma and a fractur... show more

 Wow...talk about a tough first 8 months of life!!  Skoll was found by Animal Control in March 2019 with blunt head trauma and a fractured jaw.  While the County was helping this great guy heal, he came down with several treatable, but frustrating, health concerns.  The County took care of his injuries and ailments and GDRP recently brought him home to our facility. He's a great looking Siberian Husky who has one brown and one blue eye...not uncommon in Huskies.  He recently spent some time in a potential forever home with a fantastic family, who reported that they couldn't help but love him and laugh at his antics... however their existing older dog was NOT a fan of a new brother and repeatedly instigated conflicts.  Although Skoll would walk away the majority of the time and not engage, it was clear that their would not be harmony in the household if he were to stay.  The deciding factor to bring him back revolved around the existing little Jack Russel attacking Skoll over his food dish, and although Skoll attempted to back away, the JRT wasn't willing to let things end there, and eventually pushed Skoll to a point of defending himself.  Skoll reacted and left a puncture wound on the neck of the JRT.  Although the family advocated that it was not Skoll's fault, they were concerned that the JRT would continue to antagonize Skoll and would in turn, end up getting seriously injured due to the difference in size.  Here at GDRP Skoll has been playful and well behaved with the other dogs (all sizes), however we believe he would do best if he were in a home with other dogs that would 'welcome' his presence instead of challenge it.  Don't you think it's time for Skoll to find his home and start experiencing how great the world can be??? show less