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Date listed: 09/23/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (long coat). Gordo is a gorgeously handsome Golden Retriever/Great Pyrenees mix. He is two years old and weighs 80 pounds. He is friendly and well socialized. Gordo is good with children and other dogs. He is neutered, fully vaccinated and on monthly heartworm and flea preventive. Gordo's adoption fee is a tax deductible donation to the rescue in the amount of $450.
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Date listed: 09/23/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (long coat). Clara* - Female – 2 years old – GRRALL #0627 Clara Update 8/25/2017: Clara was spayed earlier this week and is home now recovering. She'll be ready to attend the next meet and greet and hopefully find her forever family! Clara's foster mom says that she loves her canine foster brother and would do great with another dog, but it's not a must. She enjoys playtime with him but is otherwise a pretty chill and lazy dog. Napping is one of her favorite activities. Clara does not chase after bunnies or squirrels, so even though she hasn't been around cats yet we suspect she'd do just fine with them. Clara is a gentle girl who is a total sweetheart and friendly to everyone she meets. We did just discover that she has mild hip dysplasia. As of now, the vet has recommended joint supplements and monitoring. It is possible that down the road she may need hip surgery, but it is too early to tell whether or not things will deteriorate or if she will do just fine on joint supplements alone in the long-run. Her forever family needs to be aware and have this checked out by their vet on a regular basis to make sure she's doing okay. Keeping her at a healthy weight will also be extra important because of this. If you would like to foster or adopt any dog from GRRALL please submit an application at https://grralliance.org/applications/adoption-application/ ### 8/14/2017: Clara Update: Clara is settling into her foster home. Clara is a big girl at 79 lbs but a gentle giant. She plays well with her foster brother, a GRRALL alum who is showing her the ropes. Clara is extremely sweet, walks easily on a leash, and greets other dogs like they are best buds already. She is not a barker when guests come into her home but she does put up a little fuss when crated. Clara is very easy going and is house broken. ### 7/29/2017: MiniUpdate: Clara is heartworm NEGATIVE! Best news ever! Clara is still at the vet. This gorgeous girl may be the perfect blend of golden, GreatPyr and/or boxer, for the extra special cuteness. ### Welcome Clara to GRRALL and her new life! Clara is a gorgeous girl, about 2 years old, rescued from a high kill shelter. We don’t know much about our new girl yet, except she is sweet, loving, gives kisses, rides great in a car, and stunning. Clara will get checked out at the vet; paws crossed she is healthy and does not have heartworm disease, and then we will get our new little angel ready for her Meet and Greet debut. *Clara pronounces her name “Clah-ra” after the late great Clara Schumann, musician, composer, and pianist. We will soon learn if Clara takes after her namesake. We will post updates on Clara as we learn more about her health and personality. If you would like to foster or adopt any dog from GRRALL please submit an application at https://grralliance.org/applications/adoption-application/ GRRALL serves the Dallas-Fort Worth/North Texas area. We do not adopt outside this region and do not ship dogs. If you are out of our area please contact your local Golden Retriever Rescue, local independent adoption groups, shelters, humane society, or other group to find your perfect forever friend.Tags:
Date listed: 09/16/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Great Pyrenees / Golden Retriever / Mixed (long coat). Adoption Fee: $150. Hello Gorgeous! We believe Daisy is a Great Pyrenees/Golden Retriever, with the size (100+ lbs) and guardian instincts of a Pyrenees. She has very good manners in the house, but prefers a quiet home without too many visitors. She enjoys daily walks and generally does well meeting most dogs, and she LOVES puppies. Daisy is not always happy about meeting new people -- she isn't aggressive, but she doesn't trust easily. She has a scary bark and uses it to keep people from encroaching on her personal space. She tends to accept people more easily if they have a dog, and the second time she sees them, she may basically ignore them. People who love dogs and think that most dogs love them back are often surprised that Daisy won't let them pet her. But she is a one-person dog. Once you earn her trust, she rewards you with complete devotion, and will be very affectionate with you. Daisy currently lives in a foster home with several dogs, some her own size and some much smaller. She gets along with all of them, though will often find a quiet spot away from the others to take her nap. She previously lived in a foster home with a small dog and a senior cat, and everyone got along just fine. If you live a nice quiet life and would give to Daisy the same love and devotion she will give to you, Daisy just may be the dog for you!
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Date listed: 09/16/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (long coat). Meet Sam! This cutie-pie also answers to “Spike.” He is likely part Golden Retriever because of his beautiful chestnut-colored coat and his body shape and size. He is likely part Great Pyrenees because of his hind dew claws and his independent think-for-himself personality. To adopt Sam, contact email@example.com (rather than SPIN). Adorable Sam loves massages, so get ready to sink your fingers into his lovely coat! He loves running 90 to nothing, especially through water puddles! He will sit and come for a treat. He stops at doors and waits politely to be allowed through. He walks well on a leash. He travels well, but needs help loading in a vehicle. Sam’s left eye sees outward rather than to the front, so when something is right in front of his nose, he cannot see it. His eye specialist explained that Sam’s eyes are not positioned normally, but his overall vision is fine. His judgment of distance and depth perception are not the best, so his new family will need to always make allowances for that. Sam is hesitant with other dogs, but that generally comes from the other dog. With his eye issue he does not greet or present himself in normal (I’m a calm dog let’s sniff each other) dog fashion, which sometimes gives the other dog a weird vibe. The ideal family for Sam would be active, patient, dog-savvy, have teenage or older kids, and have owned a dog before. Someone with previous Pyr experience is a bonus. He would probably be happier as an only dog. For Sam's complete history, go to http://www.goldenretrievers.org/our-dogs/spike-16-149-m-5-years. To adopt Sam, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (rather than SPIN).Tags:
Date listed: 08/26/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees / Mixed. Biscuit is a happy go lucky boy. He's loves hanging out and playing with his humans and fellow dogs. Apply to meet and possibly adopt Biscuit at http://www.arfla.org/info/adoption See our Adoptions Info webpage for more info on our adoption requirements, fees. Click here to complete an adoption application .Tags:
Date listed: 07/08/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Golden Retriever / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (long coat). Our sweet cuddlebug Gerry is in need of a foster or forever home. Gerry is named for a benefactor who recently left us an unexpected and much appreciated donation. Gerry comes to us from our friends at the Marion County shelter. He was profoundly neglected, abandoned, and is heartworm positive. We do not even know if he is truly a golden, but he needed our help and we were happy to step up. When he arrived, his skin looked as if it had been through a meat grinder. He had significant bacterial and yeast infections in his ears, he was missing hair over his entire body, his skin was thickened and had numerous skin tags/masses over his entire body. Gerry also had severe dental disease, resulting in the need to remove over a dozen diseased teeth. Can you imagine the pain he was in? Somehow, Gerry is as sweet as can be, and has already begun healing. Gerry is super sweet and loves to snuggle. He has nice manners and is excellent with other dogs, but cannot be in a home with cats. He does require a little extra care as he continues his recovery, but he is otherwise easy and low maintenance. If you are an approved foster or adoptive home and can help Gerry, please contact Lynette or Jeanine at applications@GRRSWF.org. He will thank you every day. All GRRSWF dogs have undergone a full examination by a veterinarian, and any health concerns have been addressed. If you are interested in learning more about Gerry, please contact us at email@example.com, or you can read about our adoption process in detail and download an application from our website at http://www.grrswf.org/index-2.html. PLEASE NOTE: We serve Southwest Florida from Naples to Ocala. If you live OUTSIDE of our service area and are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please note that we will only consider an application for senior dogs (over the age of 8) or dogs with special needs (usually medication). BEFORE submitting your application, send an email to info@GRRSWF.org to request an exception to our service area. If that approval is given, you will be asked to complete an application, clearly stating on it that you are interested in a special needs or senior dog. However, please be aware that, unfortunately, there are some locations we simply cannot cover because we do not have sufficient representation in those areas to perform the required home visits prior to the adoption, or follow-up visits afterward. If that is the case, we will be happy to refer you to a local rescue or shelter.
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