Golden Godparents

In increasing numbers, Golden Treasures is rescuing goldens with extraordinary medical issues. We never turn these dogs down, regardless of what our checking account says. In order to continue saving all dogs coming our way, we're instituting a new program which gives people an opportunity to help in two ways: First, by donating to our Godparent program, you'll be helping Golden Treasures pay for some whopping vet bills. Second, with those bills being paid, we're able to concentrate on helping more dogs.

As a Golden Godparent, you will be recognized as a donor on our website and will be able to keep abreast of the recovery of your goddog (is that a word?) A personal thank you will be sent by the dog you sponsor.

If you can find it in your heart to open up your pocketbook just one more time, read about our most recent candidates. You can send your donation (be sure to indicate which dog is to receive the donation) to

Golden Treasures
P.O. Box 434
Bath, Ohio 44210



Reno: Male, 2 years old

Reno's life so far has been a challenge.  He was kept in a crate for most of his life, evidenced by the fact that he was urine-soaked and he had no muscle mass in his hind legs.  Because he was confined so much, his socialization skills aren't what a normal golden's would be.  Based on these issues, Golden Treasures has been spending extra money on him by sending him to Doggie Daycare, boarding him while we work with him, and consulting a trainer.  All that adds up to an expense we hadn't planned on.  
 
If you would like to become one of his Golden Godparents with a donation to him, we'll keep you updated and list your name here as someone who cared enough about Reno to contribute to his expenses.
 


Holly: Female, 9 years old

Holly - Just look at that soulful, white face. If that doesn't tug at your heartstrings, I don't know what will! Holly, 9 years young, came to us with kidney disease. She's in a foster home, where she'll stay for as long as she lives. She is a sweetheart, loves her foster family--canine and human--and is happy. Any donation you can make on her behalf to go toward her medical expenses will be appreciated.
 

Scarlett: Female, 2 years old

Scarlett - She lives up to her name with that dark red coat (not the one she's wearing). Only 2 years old, she was found as a stray and turned over to GT. We had to have one kidney removed and she has a diagnosis of nephroblastoma, which has a poor prognosis. She will stay in her foster home for whatever time she has left, which, hopefully, will be at least six months to a year. Any donations would be greatly appreciated to put toward her vet care. She's happy and eating well and enjoying her foster home.