Recently Adopted


Gracie: Female, 2 years old

This tall cutie is 2 years old. She was an owner turn-in because they were unable to properly care for her and wanted to give her another chance. As is typical in goldens of her age, she's active and energetic. Gracie will do best in a home where someone is home alot to give her the exercise and playtime she loves. Another dog and a fence will keep her happy.


Sandy: Female, 2 years old

Another of our 2-year-olds, she spent the first of her years being a mom. Now she's gonna make up for lost time. Shy at first, she warms up to you once she's gotten to know you, which doesn't take long. New surroundings are a little daunting, but she's good with other animals. She is hypothyroid, so she'll require an inexpensive pill once a day. We're looking for a quiet, low-key home with another dog. And a fence is a MUST.


Mason: Male, 1 year old

This handsome fella is a typical 1-year-old - full of energy!. He's an owner turn-in because they recognized that they didn't have enough time to give him. He's good with female dogs, will chase cats but has never hurt one, and is protective of his food with people and other dogs, so we need someone who will work with him on changing that. Because of the food issue and his energy level, we'd like no kids and a fenced-in yard..


Golden Retriever
Golden Retriever

Patience: Female, 16 years old

Imagine that your own dog, who has been a part of your family for 16 years, suddenly finds itself all alone. You aren't there anymore and nobody in the family is able to take care of your loving fur baby. That's the situation that Patience found herself in. Luckily, Golden Treasures stepped up. Patience still loves to follow you around and just wants to be near. She's a low-key, low-mainenance sweetie who takes lots of naps. She is on medication for arthritis (aren't we all?) and has a large fatty tumor on her side that is harmless and doesn't seem to bother her much. She gets along with everyone--people, dogs and cats. Don't you think she deserves to be loved and part of another family for whatever time she has left? Reach down into your heart. Is there a little room there for this sweet soul?



Jasmine: Female, 1 year old

If you look up sweetheart in the dictionary, you'll see her picture. She is a one-year-old golden, very small for the breed. Nobody has taken much time to train her, but, as most goldens go, she's ready to learn. Shy at first, she will warm up to you as she becomes more comfortable. She must have a home with another dog or two and a fence.



Cruise: Male, 1 year old

This guy is about a year old, on the small side for a golden, but he's a real looker. Yes, he's black, but once you get to know him, you'll see that golden personality come out. He was an owner turn-in, an owner that didn't have time for him. He will have to have another dog in his new home to show him what it's like to have somebody who cares about him.


Golden Retriever
Golden Retriever

Austin: Male, 3 years old

We're looking for a quiet, adult home with someone who has the patience to help this 3-year old guy overcome his fear of strangers and children. Having another dog would be helpful to him also. Once he bonds with you, he'll be a loving and affectionate golden.


Golden Retriever

Rufus: Male, 1 year old

Although he's small in stature for a golden, he sure doesn't lack that golden personality. Rufus is 1 year old and needs a home without cats. He's a typical golden who wants nothing more than to please his people. How about it?


Golden Retriever

Copper: Male, 2 years old

His family couldn't take care of him any more, so Copper, who is 2 years old, needs to find a new place to stay. He is what we call "GWA" (good with all), meaning he'll get along with people, other dogs, and even cats. He can be very shy around new people and surroundings at first, but once he gets to know you a little, he warms up. Based on that, older children would be best.


Golden Retriever
Golden Retriever

Ace: Male, 6 years old

We were told he was six, but his energy level looks more like 2! He was used for breeding in the past but that's all behind him now. He's looking forward to spending his time playing with his favorite thing--balls. He'll play as long as you will. He's good with female dogs, and cannot go to a home with cats. He definitely needs a fence. How about it? Play ball?.