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Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc.

PO Box 2024, Mansfield, TX 76063

Contact Gracie Rescue
Email roxanne@gracielourescue.org
Phone (682) 800-5111
cats & dogs at Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc.
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Areas Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc. serves

Texas
Southern California

Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc.'s adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

We like to follow up on a personal level to get to know each other.

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Our adoption process is not to find reasons to deny or judge anybody. We do it so we can all be sure it is a good match for the pet and the new family.

Adoption application

About Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc.

We are a tax exempt organization of highly dedicated and hard working people who are rescuing animals from the dangers of the streets and from being euthanized at the local shelters. Our entire team is committed to both physical & emotional rehabilitation so these rescues will become a part of your family and not just a pet. Responsible adoptions will help our rescues find the right "fur-ever" home the first time.

Not every dog in need is on the street or in the shelters. Gracie Lou Rescue also has a variety of services we offer to help families keep their beloved pets. From low cost vaccinations to spay/neuter assistance. If you or somebody you know is thinking about dumping their pet on the street or at a shelter, please use the contact page and let us know. There are many other options. We can help!

Gracie lou Rescue & Rehab, Inc.'s adopted pets

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