The animals pictured here (and many, many more) are currently in our foster network looking for forever homes. If you'd like to meet one of our animals, please complete the application available on the applicable page of this website. To help us pay for their care, please attend one of our fundraising events! There is always a lot going on so feel free to come by the office at Bur-Mil Park and talk with us about fostering, adopting, donating, and/or volunteering.
Also, please like us on Facebook and sign up for our monthly e-newsletter by entering your email address in the links to the left!
For a full list of all of our upcoming events, please go to our calendar.
Red Dog Farm Around Town
Our Consignment Booth: Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network has a consignment booth (#15) at Golden Antiques and Treasures in Summerfield. This is a great ongoing fundraiser and you can support it by either donating items to our booth or shopping in our booth. Donation receipts are available at the front desk of the store.
The Pet City Mural: Check out The Big Burger Spot's
Pet Mural! Enjoy a great meal, bring your dog to dine out on their patio and pick
up a form to add your pet's portrait to the mural. With each portrait $25 goes to Red Dog
Farm Animal Rescue Network!
RDF Apparel: Show off your support in style and get your "I like Big Mutts", "Heavy Petting Required" or "Adoption Sounds Great!" tees and long sleeve shirts in several fun colors. Or treat your dog to their own "I like Big Mutts" collar and leash. Available at Purgason's Leather!
About Red Dog Farm
Red Dog Farm is the private residence of Garland and Gary Graham, who founded Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network. Garland and Gary began fostering golden retrievers through Triad Golden Retriever Rescue (www.tgrr.org) in 2000 due to their love of their golden retriever named Rodney (a/k/a “the Red Dog”), who lived to be fifteen years old and is dearly missed. Soon enough other dogs and cats began to find their way to Red Dog Farm, and they were fostered and adopted out as well. Once the barn was finished, farm animals in need began to move in. Some came for short periods of time until they were rehabilitated and adopted and others have become permanent residents.
The Nonprofit Organization:
In 2006, after privately fostering over 50 animals, Garland and Gary decided to start a nonprofit rescue network to allow others to foster and donate. Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to the rehabilitation, fostering and adoption of animals of all sizes. The homeless animals in our rescue network are now spread out all over Guilford County in the care of wonderful volunteer foster families. Garland and Gary now have the assistance of an amazing group of volunteers. Lauren Riehle now serves as Executive Director and handles the day-to-day operations of the rescue network. Now, that the rescue effort is headquartered out of our office at Bur-Mil Park, we have a public location and welcome visitors to the office. The office address is 5803 Bur Mil Club Road, Greensboro NC 27410.
(play this video for a short introduction to our foster program)