National Brussels Griffon Rescue Incorporated

Because each one is precious.SM

Dallas, TX   |  www.nbgr.org

Mission

NBGR maintains a foster-based, all-volunteer, national network committed to rescuing, medically and emotionally treating, and rehoming Brussels Griffons who have been abandoned, lost, abused, or surrendered.

Ruling year info

2003

President

Connie Lawrence

VP Animal Services

Vicki O'Neill

Main address

6144 PRESTON CREEK DR

Dallas, TX 75240 USA

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EIN

04-3724309

NTEE code info

(Animal Related Activities N.E.C.) (D99)

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Paws of Winter

We are committed to senior and special-needs Brussels Griffons
Over time, NBGR has taken in an increasing number of senior and special-needs dogs. Whether they have been abandoned by uncaring owners or puppy mill operators who don’t need them when their breeding days are over -- or they have been surrendered by heartbroken owners who can no longer care for them -- we take them in.

Like us, dogs require increasing medical attention in their senior years; and like us, their medical expenses can soar. The largest expense in the NBGR budget is, by far, the Paws of WinterSM program.

These sweet seniors and special-needs dogs still have a lot of life -- to enjoy, to share with us. It simply costs more to sustain and protect them and their quality of life. We are committed to making that happen for them.

Population(s) Served
Seniors
Families

We are committed to rescuing, medically and emotionally treating, and rehoming Brussels Griffons who have been abandoned, lost, abused, or surrendered.

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National Brussels Griffon Rescue Incorporated

Board of directors
as of 10/1/2021
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Board chair

Connie Lawrence

Connie Lawrence

NBGR

Vicki O'Neill

NBGR

Jaen Lawrence

NBGR

Kathy Robbins

NBGR

Neeve Ellison

NBGR

Anne Catterson

NBGR

Jill Simon

NBGR

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