Golden Treasures Rescue (GTR) is an all-volunteer rescue, providing veterinary care, foster homes and permanent new homes for golden retrievers in the Ohio area. We rescue Golden Retrievers wherever we find them
Our adoption fee rarely covers the cost of rescuing these wonderful dogs. We may take in a dog that is already spayed/neutered, but the next one that comes in may be heartworm positive. GT relies on donations, fundraising activities and grants for its income. We do not receive any state or federal funds. And, because GT is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, all donations are tax deductible.
Charlie - Here's a great dog in the rough. Goldendoodles are a popular dog right now, so we're sure he'll find the right home quickly. A death in the family left him homeless, until we took him in. He's 4 years old and, as is typical for that age, he's full of energy. He hasn't had much in the way of training, but is very willing to learn.
Learn more about Charlie and other dogs available for adoption
These 3 bonded, senior animals are urgently looking for a new home due to the death of their owner. The dogs are males and the cat is female. We are hoping to keep the dogs together as their world has been turned totally upside down. They would love to spend the remainder of their lives in a quiet, loving, comfortable home. If you are interested, please fill out an adoption application and mention them.
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If you’re not ready for a dog of your own, but want to help one in need, become a Golden Godparent to a dog who could really use one.
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Help Golden Treasures save the lives of thediscarded, injured, lost or neglected Goldens who find their way into our care.
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