Adopt a loving dog to bring joy and happiness into your home

Grace Animal Rehab Center (GARC) rescues abandoned and homeless dogs. We then relocate them into loving homes.


Schedule a time to see our dogs!

If you’re ready to adopt a dog, fill out our online dog adoption application:

The vision of GARC runs deep in the hearts of our team. We give abandoned dogs and puppies shelter and love until a lasting home is found for them. These rescued dogs bring light and joy to people, including families with children, senior citizens, and people with special needs. GARC facilitates the adoption process so these special animals can relocate to just the right home. When you adopt a dog, you make a difference!

Helga2022B

My name is Helga!

My ID


Breed: German Shepherd mixed

Color: Mostly golden

Age: 1 yrs old

Sex: female

Hair: medium

Characteristics


spayed

Shots Up to Date

Why adopt me!


Helga is a loyal and loving dog that love to give kisses and do the Happy Dance when it is meal time. She loves to get petted and belly rub. Would you open your heart and your home to her.

Helga was found wondering on the street of  N. Tulsa. She was thin,  malnourished and frightened. A good Samaritan started feeding her until Helga let her leash her to a room until we could bring her to Grace Animal Rehab Center. Helga was under weight. Slowly with a lot of love and nutritional food, she was able to get her idea weight. She slowly learning how to live indoor and be a pet. She loves to get petted and belly rub. Would you open your heart and your home to her.

Rena2022C

Hell, I am Rina!

My ID


Breed: Husky Mixed

Color: Mostly white.

Age: 2 years old.

Sex: female

Hair: short

Characteristics


spayed

Shots Up to Date

Why adopt me


Rina and Rita are bonded pair.

They both love to snuggle and sit on your lap.

Rina and her sister Rita were found roaming from W. Tulsa to General Dollar in Sapulpa. A Good Samaritan in Sapulpa picked them up and called us the next day to help them. We took them and gave them food , shelter and medical care. Now they are ready for their forever homes. Would you open your heart and your home to them.

Rita2022B

My name is Rita!

My ID


Breed:  Husky Mixed

Color: Mostly white

Age: 2 yrs old.

Sex: female

Hair: short

Characteristics


spayed

Shots Up to Date

Why adopt me


Rina and Rita are bonded pair.

They both love to snuggle and sit on your lap.

Rina and her sister Rita were found roaming from W. Tulsa to General Dollar in Sapulpa. A Good Samaritan in Sapulpa picked them up and called us the next day to help them. We took them and gave them food , shelter and medical care. Would you open your heart and your home to them.

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