Animal rescue can take many forms. Whether an individual is trying to make a difference by saving one dog, to a group of people working together for the common goal of saving many animals.
Golden Retriever Rescue Resource concentrates on golden retrievers. As a group, we are passionately devoted to the golden retriever breed. All across America, local golden retriever organizations are working to save goldens that show up wandering the streets or in shelters. Our local group primarily concentrates on rescuing golden retrievers from the northwest Ohio area. In addition, we also cover the eastern Indiana and southern Michigan areas.
We are comprised solely of volunteers and desperately need help in the form of volunteers, foster homes and your kind donations. We are self-supporting, relying on fund raising and donations to support all rescue efforts, including normal and extraordinary medical veterinary care.
Golden Retriever Rescue Resource, GRRR was founded and incorporated in the state of Ohio in 2003 and granted the official 501c(3) status at that time.
Our rescue was founded by Cindy Laws, who was bound by a deep love and admiration for the golden retriever breed. This was also in response to a large number of homeless and abandoned golden retriever dogs in the area.
We are proud to be part of the Calhoun County Michigan Animal Coalition and Maddie's Fund.
"What has always amazed me about Golden Retriever Rescue Resource is that they
"I appreciated the time you took with our adoption. You really proved to me that it is all about the golden retriever and finding each dog their perfect forever home. Even though we wanted a puppy, your assessment of our families busy schedule proved true that we needed an adult, trained dog instead of a busy puppy. We wouldn't trade Bear for the world".
We have no paid staff. We rely completely on your donations to care for the medical and every day needs of these rescued
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Address: P.O. Box 57, Waterville, Ohio 43566
Phone: 1-888-980-1326 (see note below before calling)