GRRAND has initiated a capital campaign to build a 60’ x 40’ zero entry hydrotherapy salt-water pool for our future rescued dogs. The cost to complete this project is $85,000. One of GRRAND’s devoted members has already stepped up with and incredible donation of $30,000 in memory of her son, John Mark Petry.
The hydrotherapy pool will provide rescued dogs with opportunities to improve their physical and mental well-being through movement. Hydrotherapy can provide specific benefits to dogs who are struggling with separation anxiety or depression when they come to GRRAND. Other situations, such as dogs recovering from stroke or surgeries or who are dealing with chronic pain caused by arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia, cruciate ligament tears, and muscle degeneration will greatly benefit from this therapy.
We would love to partner with you in this journey to raise the remaining funds. Donate here!