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GRRMF Reunion Picnic – What a great day!

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Paint your Pet – March 4, 2017 Clearwater

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Latest HW positive dog Kenya needs you!

Help our Healing Hearts dogs!

I want to adopt a golden retriever. How long will it take?

One of our most popular requests is to adopt one of our goldens needing a forever home. We want to give you an update of our current waiting list status of hopeful approved adopters who are waiting for a golden and our applicants who are waiting to start the application process.

We have a waiting list of approved adopters who on average have been waiting 4 months for a golden to be matched to their family. There are many families who are patiently waiting longer than 4 months for a new furry family member.   Our matchmaking finds the best family to meet our dogs needs and our adoption process and policies are reflected on our How to Adopt web page.

In December and January,  we have received an additional 100+ adoption applications completed with the hope of adopting a golden from GRRMF.  This is a unprecedented amount for us.  Because of this volume and combined with the holiday season, we have a queue of at least 3 weeks before a volunteer can be assigned to start the application process.  If you have submitted an application and if your situation changes before or during this process, we would appreciate you letting us know by sending an email to our email address info@grrmf.org.

We thank you for your patience and support of GRRMF.

 

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Take a look at our Golden Retrievers available for adoption!

Each week we accept additional golden retrievers into our program who then receive their veterinary checkups and are moved to foster homes for basic evaluation or to complete any medical treatment they may need before being adopted. Be sure to click on the dog’s name below for a close up view and please check back often for updates.

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Your Donations Help!

Your donations help tremendously, and our commitment remains strong – we will help as many goldens as we possibly can go on to live happy and healthy lives. GRRMF is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization. 100% of your donation goes toward the care of goldens.

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Goldens Rescued Since 1991

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Surrendering Your Precious Pet

There are times in our lives when making the best decision can be the most difficult. Please understand that here at Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid Florida we are dedicated to helping you through the process of surrendering your pet. We know this decision can be heartbreaking, but we will provide your golden with the best veterinary care, fosters to love them and a multiple step process for ensuring your golden gets the best home possible.

If you have decided to reach out to GRRMF, please click here.

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Be a Part of the Solution! Foster, Donate, Adopt!

There are many ways you can help! Foster a golden to provide a chance for them to have a new life. If you can’t foster, you can still care for a golden by making a donation for their foster care expenses. Think about giving a gift to our Woody Fund for Special Needs Dogs. Or shop on AmazonSmile and we receive a donation with each purchase at no cost to you. Open your heart by adopting a dog especially a special needs or senior dog. Why wait? Take action today to make a difference!

GRRMF Calendar

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Upcoming Events

Paint your Pet at Painting with a Twist

Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

1570 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater, FL 33759

First Anniversary of Tails at the Barkery

Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 4:00 PM

308 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa Village, Cocoa, Fl.

3rd Friday at Safety Harbor

Friday, March 17, 2017 | 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Downtown Safety Harbor, 401 Main Street, Safety Harbor, FL 34695

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Healing Hearts

Sweet old gold with heartworms!

Kenya needs your help. She was turned into a shelter by her owner heartworm positive and in need of treatment. Will you help her?

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