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Mark your calendars to meet some of our Volunteers and their Mastiffs at Blackbird's Bowl at 221 Liberty Street, Morris, IL on Saturday, November 19th, 2016 from 11 am-2 pm.
Mark your calendars to meet some of our Volunteers and their Mastiffs at Kriser's at 1658 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647 on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 12 pm-3 pm.
More details to follow!
Christmas Cards are Available
Check out the tab above to see our Christmas. A pack of 10 holiday cards (2 of each design below) is $10.00 or you can purchase 10 postcards for $6.00.
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Shop Our Friends
We encourage you to see the Shop Our Friends page for holiday gift ideas. These are organizations that generously support GLMR throughout the year.
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deductible donation can be made through PayPal from the Donate link on
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Great Lakes Mastiff Rescue
Chicago, IL 60647
Sometimes, a Mastiff comes to us and they are just too
far gone to help. Fortunately, like with Baby Girl, we get them just in
time. Baby Girl was found as a stray in a very emaciated state. Every bone was visible on this sweet girl's
body. It was also quite evident
she had numerous amounts of litters in her life. Not knowing anything about her, she could
possibly be between 3-5 yrs old.
Baby Girl was very shy at first when she came into the shelter but
finally warmed up. When she got to her
foster home she found out really fast that it's pretty awesome to get meals,
cookies and a soft comfy places to lay.
Baby Girl is crate trained and potty trained. Though she does great with chickens it is
unknown how she would be with cats and children. She currently resides with two male
dogs. She can be bossy at times so she
would do best with a laid back dog or as an only dog. Sadly, Baby Girl does not know what toys are
and does not think romping with other dogs is that super either. She does have one thing she just
absolutely love to do, chasing and prancing after hose water when her foster
mom is trying to water plants. It's so
much fun and she end up soaking wet.
If you are looking for a girl that is calm and just wants to snuggle and
follow you around in the yard, this your
girl. Baby Girl does have a bit of
trouble with her left rear leg. No
worries because that is being checked out when I get fixed. I am more on the petite side for a mastiff
currently weighing in at about 115, which
is better than the 92 I came in at! If
you are interested in helping with Baby Girl's recovery or with any of the
other Mastiffs that need help, please click on our donate page!