Featured Goldens

  New Arrival -  My Special Sponsors:    - Carlene Williams, in loving memory of my Bella Gender: Male  Age:  8.5 years old    
  Available for adoption -New Update, Photos & YouTube Video! 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!  Available for Sponsorship   Gender: Male  Age:  1-2 years old     
  Available for adoption - PAIR w/ Bella My Special Sponsors:    - Jacquee Montgomery, in memory of my Joedog Gender: Male  Age:  4.5 years old  
  Available for adoption- PAIR w/ Beau My Special Sponsors:  - Jacquee Montgomery, in memory of my Joedog Gender: Female  Age:  4.5 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    
  Available for adoption  My Special Sponsors:    - Dave and Sherry Vanderneut
   - Rich Walters, as a special Christmas gift to Becky Loas
Gender: Female  Age:  10 months old  
  On Hold!  Available for Sponsorship   Gender: Male  Age:  9 months old  

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Jun 10
Last Updated on 30 March 2012

AldenRain2Have you or a loved one ever considered including a non-profit or charitable organziation in your final estate plans?  We continue to receive inquiries from members on how they can include G.R.I.N. to receive a bequest from their estate.  There are many different bequests you can provide to G.R.I.N., however, we recommend speaking with your attorney or estate planner to see what situation works best for you.  For further information on estate planning and bequests, please download and view the Planned Giving Information document on our website.

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.

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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Look Mom, here I am!

What you can see of this buried golden is beautiful Mikki Schiberl.  As you can see, Mikki loves to be out playing in the snow.This fun photo was sent in by Mikki's mom, Cindy Schiberl who is a long time volunteer at G.R.I.N.

 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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