Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson is a partner of Saving Grace Animals for Adoption in Wake Forest, N.C.

Saving Grace Dog Rescue

Robeson County

is a private intake facility founded to impact the staggering number of unwanted and euthanized puppies and dogs in Robeson County.

We depend on donors and supporters to operate.

Intake and daily care is provided to the animals at this shelter location until they can be transported to an adoption facility – like Saving Grace Wake Forest –  where they can be adopted.

Upcoming Events at Saving Grace Robeson County

Jan
24
Mon
Saving Grace Robeson Foster Training @ Saving Grace Robeson County
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Saving Grace Robeson Foster Training @ Saving Grace Robeson County | Lumberton | North Carolina | United States

Come and learn more about becoming a Saving Grace foster home. Our foster team will walk you through which puppies and dogs typically need foster care and how you can get involved.

To sign up, EMAIL US or cal 99100-827-7132

Jan
27
Thu
Saving Grace Robeson Volunteer Training @ Saving Grace Robeson County
Jan 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Saving Grace Robeson Volunteer Training @ Saving Grace Robeson County | Lumberton | North Carolina | United States

We are always looking for volunteers at our Robeson County Location for a variety of needs and dog care shifts!

Interested and want to learn more about Saving Grace Dog Rescue at Robeson County? Then come join us for an orientation session where you can see the grounds and get a feel for what is involved with being a Saving Grace Volunteer.

To get started, please submit a completed volunteer application or download our application form.

 

samantha and Molly

We need your help in Robeson County, North Carolina

Meet Samantha and take a tour of Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson!

Samantha talks about the issues rural counties like Robeson face when it comes to taking care of the needs of animals.

Over the past 10 years, Molly Goldston (founder of Saving Grace Animals for Adoption) and Robeson County Animal Shelter have cooperated to reduce the number of great dogs and puppies being euthanized.

Yet, Robeson County continues to be the area with the highest euthanasia rate in North Carolina, and North Carolina has the 3rd highest euthanasia rate in the United States.

To further reduce the numbers, Saving Grace created and opened a Robeson County intake location in early 2021. This location gives animals a  safe place to begin their medical care and start their journey toward adoption.

Most animals that come to Saving Grace – Robeson County have never received any medical or veterinary care. Many are heartworm positive – a survivable but costly condition to treat.

Dogs accepted into the program at Saving Grace – Robeson County receive a medical exam, parasite treatment, vaccinations, a microchip, are spayed/neutered, and so much more. These dogs are quite literally transformed in the care of Saving Grace volunteers and staff.

Our goal is to place each of  these previously unwanted animals in a loving home where they will be valued as a family member for the rest of their life.

We can make an even greater difference with your help.

What you can do to help Robeson County….

Right now, we’re focusing on rescuing adoptable animals from one of the highest intake shelters with the least resources. Your funds, time and supplies will save the lives of countless animals.

Next, we need to work on reducing the number of unwanted animals. Right now, there are not a lot of spay/neuter options in Robeson County. Saving Grace wants to change that – one of our aspirations is to expand Saving Grace’s existing spay/neuter clinic operations to support rural communities in curbing their exploding puppy populations. Your donations will help us get closer to that goal!

Buy Stuff!

Saving Grace Dog Rescue RobCo now has a booth at The Carolina Peddler in Lumberton!

We have a great variety of high-quality pet products as well as gifts for pet-lovers. Many of the products we offer have been locally made and all proceeds go back to Saving Grace rescue to help animals in Robeson County.

More info

Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson County

273 Kenric Dr.
Lumberton, NC 28360, USA

Phone:  910-738-7132 

Phone: 910-827-7132
273 Kenric Dr.

Lumberton, NC 28360, USA

Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson County is currently open only by appointment.

Email Us to schedule a visit.

We Need Volunteers!

We’re always looking for help with:

  • Admin duties
  • Cleaning, feeding, and walking the dogs
  • Helping with events
  • Transport
  • Fundraising/grant writing

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We Need Supplies and Donations!

Funds and Amazon Wish List items donated from this page will go directly to our efforts in Robeson County. 

OR donate by mailing a check to:

Saving Grace Dog Rescue Robeson County
P.O. Bo 3340
Lumberton, NC  28360

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Saving Grace Robeson in the NEWS

Molly’s interview on Good Morning America from July 2020

Twelve Hound dogs were seized from a residence in Robeson County in late February by Animal Cruelty Investigators and the county Sheriff’s office after investigators responded to a report of malnourishment and poor living conditions.

Saving Grace answered the call to provide for their care. This is their story.