INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 17,2014)-- A local group that rescues German Shepherds in Indianapolis is looking for a new home.
German Shepherd Rescue Indy is currently located on the city's west side. Officials with the group said they need to move to a place better suited to their needs.
This is the same rescue organization that fallen IMPD officer Rod Bradway volunteered with and supported. A fundraiser was recently held for the group in his memory.
"I do feel like Rod's spirit is with this rescue, and he's helping in some way to find a better location. I know he is, and I have some sort of peace. And I think that's where it comes from," said Amber Marks, with German Shepherd Rescue Indy.
The group's been in existence for three years, and they've saved 336 German Shepherds to date.
If you want to help, a link to their Facebook page is here.