There are some adorable new dogs available through Grateful Golden Retriever Rescue Low Country. What better way to spend the weekend of PetFest than to adopt, sponsor, or foster a dog in need! If you’re interested in any of the goldens pictured here, go to the GGRLC website to start the adoption process!
Charlie is a two year old big boy who is sweet and loves all other dogs. Charlie needs an active couple who has the time to devote to him and who will continue to reinforce his training. He has been in an in-house training program donated by his former parents and has done very well. He needs to go where he has a fenced in yard, and where he can get plenty of exercise while his people are at home and someone who will take him on hikes and long walks.
Laci is a beautiful 4-5 year old golden girl who was a stray that found herself at the shelter. The ladies at the shelter called GGRLC immediately and one of our volunteers dropped everything to pick up this lovely girl and get her into a foster home where she got a nice bath and good brushing. She is up-to-date on her shots and is scheduled for her spay. Once she recovers from her spay she will start her heartworm treatment.
Austin is a beautiful 2 year old who came into rescue when his family realized they couldn’t give him the activity he needed. He is great with other dogs and especially good with children. He has been vetted and will be neutered once he has a chance to settle into his foster home, and then he will be ready for his new family.
Hope is a 5 or 6 year old girl and was found in the middle of a busy highway. We can’t understand why no one came looking for her because she is a real sweetie. She’s fine with other dogs and cats. Hope has been vetted, but unfortunately is heartworm positive. She will start her treatment once she’s had a chance to settle into her foster home.
Carter found himself in a shelter and GGRLC bailed him out ASAP. We think he is between 1-2 years. He is very calm for that age. He has settled in with his three foster brothers and sisters and gets along well with everyone. His house manners are very good and he seems to be a very happy boy and comes running across the yard with a big golden smile when called. He is UTD with shots and HW neg. His bags are packed and he is ready for his furever home.
Gus is a classic Golden — a real water-baby and will retrieve balls and anything else you are willing to throw as long as you’re willing to throw it. He’s 5 yr old, fully vetted and ready to go to an active family, hopefully near water!