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Come join us in our mission to rescue and re-home Golden Retrievers.




Pet Safety with Easter Baskets and Plants
Always know the proximity of your pets to all holiday food, toys and seasonal plant.

Nose shot of the top of a golden's head wearing white and pink bunny ears.


With candy and small toys being the focus of many Easter baskets the beginning of April, we must be vigilant throughout our celebrations to safeguard our pets and remind our children to keep their goodies and toys beyond reach of their four-legged companions.

It is also that time of spring when we plant, bring into the home and share with others, many seasonal plants and flowers that can have adverse effects if consumed by our pets. Please understand the plants you have or receive to be sure you place them in a safe location.

Please be aware of all Easter and springtime hazards for dogs and cats and click on the logos below for additional safety information. We want all of you and your companions to have a safe and happy time celebrating with family and friends!



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Princess, Our Medical Girl
A golden girl displays a gentle heart even while going through hard medical times.

Princess resting on her bed after surgery. She is awake with head up and looking at the camara. Her shaved and fixed knee is looking clean and healing nicely.

Age: 10 years    Gender: female    Breed: golden retriever    Weight: 75 lb.

Princess needs your help!

Sometimes what begins as a rescue with low cost ear medication can quickly blossom into one that requires costly medical treatment. Princess Fallon is one of those rescues. She came to GRRMF with ear infections and slightly overweight, not uncommon and easily corrected. Once in foster care, a slight limp was detected and upon further investigation it was learned that Princess would require a surgical procedure known as a TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy), not just for one knee but for BOTH!

Read Princess' story.

You can make a difference. Become part of Princess' medical care team!




Meet Young Bella
Meet our gentle golden girl receiving needed medical attention.

Bella recently had part 1 of her hip replacement surgery on Tuesday and is resting comfortably in her wonderful foster home. When she arrived home Thursday, she was so tired she was falling asleep sitting up. She wouldn't go to bed unless foster mom or dad was in the bedroom with her. She woke up Friday around 7:30 to do her potty then right back to sleep. Rest and heal well sweet Bella.

We so count on you, our wonderful supporters, to help us financially with Bella’s care.
We will keep you posted on her progress thanks to you!

Bella asleep on her bed after her first surgery.


Bella lounging in a back yard chair. Bella half under a blanket and chewing on a bone.

Age: 18 months    Gender: female    Breed: golden retriever    Weight: 71 lbs.

“Bella” is the perfect name for this beauty. With her striking red hair, she is one gorgeous girl and like any toddler, 18 month old Bella craves attention. This gorgeous redhead loves to go swimming and play fetch and keep-away. She will flip upside down to encourage a belly rub and is a happy go lucky girl. Bella is self-assured and with some training, her foster mom believes she will make a good therapy dog.

Look a little closer however, and you will see her struggling to run like her foster siblings. Look closer and you will see the hip dysplasia that no dog this young should have. What you don’t see is the long and expensive treatment that Bella will require to ensure a full life.

Treatments are available for very young dogs and for fully matured dogs but regretfully, Bella came into rescue too late for some treatments and is not old enough for others. Several surgeries may be necessary to give Bella the chance of a full life and GRRMF will be giving her that chance.

GRRMF believes Bella deserves every opportunity to have a great life and we hope you do too.
Please consider making a donation to GRRMF today to help us help Bella.

You can make a difference!
Become part of Bella's medical care team!




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Since 1991: 3246


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