Featured Goldens

  Available after 1/13 - Update! My Special Sponsors:    - Carlene Williams, For the love of my girls Bella, Gracie, Zoie and Caoimhe
   - Al and Anna Dahlausen, in memory of Blake
Gender: Male  Age:  6-8 years old  
  Adoption pending! My Special Sponsors:     - Donna and Manohar Asnani, in memory of Jasper and in honor of Keith, Marty and Abby Boyle
    - Janet Sherman
    - Chad Wells, in memory of my loving Charlotte Anne 9/1/14
Gender: Female  Age:  9 years old  
  Available for adoption- Update & New Photo!  My Special Sponsors:    - Donna and Manohar Asnani, in memory of Cider and in honor of Kim and Ken Delfing; in memory of Sonny and in honor of Caroline Chesebrough
  - John Osheka
  - Virginia Backus
  - Christine Howlett
  - Lisa Oyer
  - Rich Walters, as a special Christmas gift to Jeannie Cherney
Gender: Female  Age:  8-10 years old  
  Available for adoption - YouTube Video! NEW PHOTOS! My Special Sponsors:       - Teddy "the Pit" Gole, All dogs deserve a second chance!
      - A special friend!
      - In support of the Golden Wannabees --- Whites' GRIN-ing 3-Pack
      - Donna and Manohar Asnani, in memory of Eli Kreider
Gender: Male  Age:  8 years old  
  Adoption pending!  My Special Sponsors:     - In gratitude for all who help those who cannot
speak for themselves.  The Golepack
    - Richard and Vaun Billman
    - Donna and Manohar Asnani, in memory of Missy Madden
Gender: Female  Age:  7-10 years old  
  Available for adoption  My Special Sponsors:    - Michelle Gole, in memory of Camden Spisak who was greeted by the Golepack at the Rainbow Bridge
   - Maude Proper
Gender: Male  Age:  11 years old  
  Available for adoption  My Special Sponsors:    - Charlene Hartson, in memory of Grazie
   - Rich Walters, as a special Christmas gift to Jim and Linda Weaver
Gender: Male  Age:  11.5 years old  
  On Hold!  My Special Sponsors:    - Special friends at www.Blanketsfurbeasties.com
   - Gail Goodman
   - Jim and Diane Brooks, in memory of Tanner Kime

Gender: Female  Age:  11-13 years old    

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Nov 14
Last Updated on 19 November 2014

Walk For A DogDon’t just take your dog for a walk… Take your Walk for a Dog! Go to WoofTrax.com, download the app, and support your local animal shelter every time you walk your dog. WoofTrax, through the Walk for a Dog mobile app, creates fundraising opportunities for shelters and rescues while encouraging dogs and their humans to exercise together regularly.

Support your local animal organization simply by walking your dog! Use the app each time you grab for the leash. It’s healthy for you, your dog, and your favorite shelter or rescue.

Click “Get the App” at the top of the page, install the free Android or iPhone app, and start taking your Walk for a Dog every day. You can change the shelter or rescue you are walking for in the setup tab of the app for iPhone users, or in the settings menu for Android users. Be sure to encourage your selected animal organization to get the word out! The more people walking for a shelter or rescue, the more we can donate.

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Nov 14
Last Updated on 17 November 2014
violet14012Sweet 8-year-old Violet came to us from a shelter; she had been homeless and on the road alone. Violet was almost completely blind from severe, end stage glaucoma, with high pressure that caused migraine-like head and eye pain. Our vet partner prescribed eye drops specifically formulated to reduce pressure, but they did not ease Violet's pain; in fact after one week her eye pressure had increased.
 
 

Our vet partner concluded that it was best to surgically remove both of Violet’s eyes. She’s had the procedure and is recovering nicely in her foster home. Once she fully recoups, it is anticipated that she will return to the spunky, fun-loving Golden that many of our volunteers saw glimpses of initially. At times, she would shake her entire body in delight, enjoyed pats, treats, and returned affection with kisses. Please don’t overlook this sweetheart simply because she is impaired, she has plenty of life and love to give her new adopter.

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Nov 14
Last Updated on 12 November 2014

paw blackJessie is First Recipient of the Bryn Fund

***Please note that the photos may disturb some individuals***

You may remember the recent and sad story of Bryn, a special but very sick Golden that was in our care for one short week. So many generous people responded to her story and donated to her care that after she crossed the Rainbow Bridge we vowed to set up a fund in her name, honoring and remembering her courageous battle. Its mission is simple: “The Bryn Fund will help the next precious Golden who has not had a good life find new health and a warm home to be loved in and cared for.  Bryn will be long remembered.”

Read more: Jessie is First Recipient of the Bryn Fund

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Apr 14
Last Updated on 07 September 2014

AmazonWe are proud to announce that G.R.I.N. is now a member of the AmazonSmile Foundation. You can login to shop on Amazon with your same username and password. The AmazonSmile Foundation will then donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. In order to purchase through AmazonSmile, please click on the the AmazonSmile link and make it your new favorite when purchasing at Amazon! http://smile.amazon.com/ch/34-1712705

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Fun Photo of the Week

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Have you seen my tennis ball?

This fun photo of Rommie Kearns was sent in by her mom, Michele of Rommie out playing with her tennis ball in the snow.  Maybe Roomie is looking for Santa so she can make sure she gets the new tennis ball he leaves for her!  After all, she has been a very good girl!

 If you have a fun photo of your golden that you would like to share, please send it to print and note that it is a Fun Photo!

 

 

 

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