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GGRLC Adoptable Dogs

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

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

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

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

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

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

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!

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Adoptable Dogs

Ring in spring with a new furry addition to your family! If you can’t adopt at the moment, these dogs would still greatly appreciate being fostered or sponsored during their stays at the various rescues & shelters throughout the lowcountry.

Take a look at a few dogs would would love to meet their forever families this Easter weekend! Wouldn’t it be great if the Easter Bunny brought you a puppy?

Lucie LuLu, a four-year-old Shepherd mix, was rescued during the winter and is hoping for new beginnings. She was found emaciated, with severe lacerations, and with a very bad case of mange. She has put on a little weight and is all healed up now! She’s even working on growing some fur. She’s very affectionate and gentle, loves other dogs and adores carrying a toy around in her mouth. She’s not ready to win any beauty pageants yet, but she is a fantastic soul with a great canine spirit! If you’d like to give Lucy a chance to win your heart check out the Pet Helpers website by clicking HERE. How can you say no to that face?!

Diamond is a sweet Chihuahua and short hair mix that deserves a loving home and a great family. She is one year old. If you think she would be a great addition to your family contact Charleston Animal Society.

Maxx a recent addition to LLR, is a 5 year old male, up to date on vaccines, neutured and heartworm negative. He came in with his sister Sugar when their owner died. He is very sweet and quiet. Well behaved in the house, new to some social situations. Should be placed with another dog. If you think you’d be a great fit for Maxx, check out the Lowcountry Lab Rescue website.

KiKi is a super sweet little girl! She would make a great Agility partner! Kiki loves children! Like most herding breeds, she needs A LOT of exercise. Kiki does have some seperation anxiety. She would not do well with owners that were gone all day. Email arrinc@yahoo.com for an application or visit the Animal Rescue & Relief website. Kiki is up-to-date with routine shots, house trained and spayed/neutered.

Adoptable Dogs

There are some new adoptable dogs available throughout the Lowcountry looking for loving forever homes. If you can’t adopt, remember that sponsoring or fostering may be the right option for you! Check out the dogs and their bios and consider making an adoption this weekend!

Rodeo

Rodeo is a sweet girl! She is 3 years old and is a Terrier & American Staffordshire mix. If you want to learn more about Rodeo or other dogs from Pet Helpers, visit the Pet Helpers website by clicking HERE.

Rex

Rex is a 2 and a half year old Rottweiler mix from Charleston Animal Society. If you think he would be a great addition to your family, or if you would like to see other available dogs from CAS click HERE.

Delilah

Delilah is up to date on her vaccines, spayed and heartworm negative. She is in a foster home with another golden and they get along great. Her foster dad saw that she wasn’t walking so well and after some x-rays it showed that she has hip dysplasia. She will be seeing the surgeon very soon and he will make her as good as new and then she will be ready for her new home. If you think Delilah is the girl for you, go to the LCGRR website.

Maddie

Laurie’s Madonna “Maddie” arrived in Charleston on March 4th. She has a stunning white and black coloring. She is 4 1/2 years old and she raced at 58 lbs. She is not kitty friendly but gets along well with other dogs. She likes to give kisses and she has already discovered doggie beds and stuffed toys! If you’re interested in adopting Maddie go to www.adoptcharlestongreys.org and fill out an application.

Adoptable Dogs from GGRLC

It’s Adoptable Dog Friday and there are several adoptable Goldens from GGRLC. The one thing they all have in common is a desire to be part of a loving family. If you’re not in a position to adopt, please consider being a short-term host family for a Golden. For more information about adopting or fostering these dogs or to check out other available Goldens go to: www.ggrlc.org. And don’t forget…You can see these beautiful Goldens Saturday at the Hairy Winston Fashion for a Cause!

Jello

Jello is a sweet girl that has been in a shelter situation for far too long! A very dedicated GGRLC volunteer went to get her and now she in lovin’ life! She is a friendly girl who is getting along great with her foster Goldie brothers and sister. She also gets along very well with cats. She loves everyone she meets and is enjoying life now. She has been spayed and has had her vet visit so she is up to date with vaccines. For more information about adopting Jello click HERE.

Sonny

Sonny is a sweet 12 week old boy who found himself in a shelter. We have him safe and sound in a foster home now and he is waiting for his furever home. For more information about adopting Sonny click HERE.

Smithers

Smithers is a 8 year old gentle giant surrendered by a loving family due to their small child developing severe allergies. Smithers is good with other dogs and children. He is a very sweet 95 lb. boy. For more information about adopting Smithers click HERE.

Buster

Buster is a 7 year old who was surrendered to the rescue due to financial reasons. He is a sweet boy who needs a loving family to enjoy his mature years. For more information about adopting Buster click HERE.

Cooper

Cooper is a 3-4 year old boy who was rescued from the shelter. He is enjoying good food and tons of love at his foster home. After being painfully thin, he has gained enough weight to complete his heartworm treatment and is feeling great.  He has his bags packed and is patiently waiting on his furever home. For more information about adopting Cooper click HERE.

Patty’s Day Fun for the Pups

Photo via twobarkingdogs

Mark your calendars for these fun, dog-friendly St. Patrick day celebrations.

Lucia’s St. Paddy’s Day Yappy Hour

Join us at Lucia’s on Wednesday, March 17 at 4pm for green beer, wine, goodies and a great sale! We are offering 20% off all green products! This includes green collars, leashes, harnesses, toys, beds, bowls, and treats (with green packaging)…Now that’s a fun sale!!! Come by from 4-7 and join the party! Don’t forget to bring the furry ones. Lucia’s Premium Pet is on Daniel Island. In the Publix shopping center.

St. Patty’s Meet the Puppies at Dog & Duck

This LCGRR event at Belle Hall that was announced in the previous post about St. Patrick’s Day events has been canceled. If you’d still like to support LCGRR, remember that you can go GREEN for these GOLDens by getting green hair extensions from Bellezza Salon & Spa throughout the month of March. What better way to show your Irish spirit?

Celebrate St. Labby Day!

Join Wild Heir Lab Rescue on Saturday, Mar. 20 from 1-5 pm at Art’s Bar & Grill in Mt. Pleasant for a fun filled afternoon with live music from the Fire Apes’ David Stewart and John Seymour. Stop by for plenty of puppy kisses, snacks, refreshing beverages, and games  – all to support rescued Labrador Retrievers and our senior dog program, Daisy’s place. Dogs and their well-behaved humans are invited to attend!

Adoptable Dogs

What better way to spend the weekend than to welcome a new member into your home! There are many different dogs throughout the Lowcountry, all different shapes and sizes…one is bound to be perfect for you. If you can’t adopt a dog, fostering or sponsoring is a great alternative! Your sponsoring donations will aid in their care while they are awaiting their forever home!

Artie is a a terrier mix. He is almost two years old and has been neutered. He is an adorable little guy and is partially housetrained. If you think Artie could be a great addition to your family, check out the Pet Helpers website www.pethelpers.org

Hope is a 6 month old Terrier/American Pit Bull mix. Won’t you give her some ‘hope’ this weekend by adopting her into your family? If you’re interested in meeting Hope, visit the Charleston Animal Society website for more information.

Callie is a 15-month old blonde beauty who’s family had to turn her in after they decided she was not getting the time she needed and deserved. She is a wonderful, loving girl who gets along extremely well with her dog and cat friends. Callie loves to fetch and will play with you until you are worn out… bring the kids on! She will make a wonderful addition to any family with kids, dogs, cats, and yes, adults too! If you’re interested in being that family please visit the GGRLC website.

Hunter is the ‘honorary greyhound’ of Greyhound Pets of America in Charleston. He is very affectionate and likes to give hugs despite being found hungry and nearly hairless a couple of months ago. The good people at Animal Medical West have nursed him back to health. He seems to get along with other dogs of all size. He does need some training about living in home (no paws on the table or countertop) but he’s just being curious. If you’re interested in adopting Hunter go to www.adoptcharlestongreys.org and fill out an application.

Reba is a an 8 year old yellow girl. She is a fabulous mature girl who loves to retrieve the ball, hang-out, and go for rides. She is crate & house trained. She currently lives in a foster home with 2 other dogs and a cat.Reba is good with children of all ages. Reba was used for breeding and turned into the shelter when they thought she was no longer useful-(they thought she was too old to breed anymore). She is currently finishing heartworm treatment. If you think Reba would be a great addition to your home visit the Lowcountry Lab Rescue website for more information on the adoption process.

Paddy’s Day Fun for the Pups

Mark your calendars for these fun, dog-friendly St. Patrick day celebrations.

Lucia’s St. Paddy’s Day Yappy Hour

Join us at Lucia’s on Wednesday, March 17 at 4pm for green beer, wine, goodies and a great sale! We are offering 20% off all green products! This includes green collars, leashes, harnesses, toys, beds, bowls, and treats (with green packaging)…Now that’s a fun sale!!! Come by from 4-7 and join the party! Don’t forget to bring the furry ones. Lucia’s Premium Pet is on Daniel Island. In the Publix shopping center.

St. Paddy’s Meet the Puppies at Dog & Duck

Come out for a relaxing evening and join the Goldens on Wednesday, March 17 at 5pm as we relax with drinks and food to welcome the newest members of the LCGRR Family – 7 SWEET PUPPYIES!!! 3 Female/4 Male Golden Mix Puppys will be there to meet all kinds of new people and enjoy their first get-together on the Dog & Duck Patio, Belle Hall, 5-7pm.