MAGSR Helps Major Georgia Rescue Effort


MAGSR stepped Up to Save GSDs from a Horrific Hoarding/Breeding Case in Georgia! 

We thank our donors and volunteers for their help with this effort!


This undertaking was estimated to cost the rescue approximately $120,000 for medical care, food and shelter - the rescue is non-profit and operates solely on donations. Our donors and volunteers stepped up and helped tremendously.

Thank you to Dr. Jeff Walcoff and the staff of Bennett Creek Animal Hospital ( for helping us get these 38 GA dogs on the road to recovery and on the path that led to their forever homes! 

Thank you to Caroline Patrickis of ABC 7 News WJLA, Tracey Leong of WJZ13, and  Eddie Kadhim of ABC-WMAR Baltimore for visiting with us, meeting some of the dogs, and getting this story out to the public for support. We appreciate their compassion, as we do for all of our MAGSR supporters.

We understand that MAGSR, taking 38 Georgia dogs, is the highest number rescued by one organization from this case - this is both amazing and overwhelming.


Thank you again for your continued support!

Here are the last 26 of our 38 Georgia Rescue dogs coming into MAGSR's Care. 











MAGSR's caring and giving supporters came together to help with a very big undertaking - It took a village to ensure the best possible care and outcome for the dogs. A very sad and disturbing hoarding case out of GA was brought to our attention and MAGSR was asked to help. Hundreds of intact GSD's had been living on a property, outside, no shelter or limited shelter, mud, feces and urine everywhere. No medical care, not enough food or clean water. Sick dogs left to die, dead carcasses laying around left for the starving dogs to eat.

Horrific conditions to say the least.

More News Coverage:

ABC7 with Caroline Patrickis - Facebook Live:

ABC7 with Caroline Patrickis:

WJZ13 with Tracey Leong:

ABC-WMAR Baltimore with Eddie Kadhim:

Read more about the story at:

The "Georgia 38" - On their way to a brighter future

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