Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue is lucky to have twenty very special families that care for our precious Golden Retrievers who for health reasons are not adoptable. These volunteers love and care for the fur babies without the worry of vet expenses. One hundred percent of the vet care is paid for by your generous donations and our continuous fundraising. They are truly heroes and vital to saving those that need ongoing care. Some of the dogs are seniors with arthritis, some have severe hip problems that cannot be helped with surgery and some are terminal.
Paws up to Barbara Scheid, Shendl Diamond, Laurie Hoffman, Chris and Jean Wagner, Sandy & Sue McGregor, Tara Morgan, Eileen Burnett, Arlene Montgomery, Blayne Chenoweth, and Nancy Kollisch. Also, thank you to our permanent foster coordinator Flori Camhi.
Ed Buck, Carrie Madrid, Jenni Morita, Arlene Montgomery, Debbie Rothschild, Kathy Brill, Julie Flood, Natalie Lindberg and Kiersten Kanaster have opened themselves and their homes to care for terminal dogs. They have loved Danny Boy, Krystal Rose, Homer and Princess Beloved Pearl, Branson, Rosko, Mansfield’s Buddy, Shadow, and Gretel until it was time for them to cross the Rainbow Bridge and they remember them always. These dogs were abandoned at the shelters because they were sick. These special fosters have opened their homes and hearts and held them until it was time to say goodbye….
Enjoy meeting some of the dogs that are currently part of our permanent foster program below.
Please consider making a donation so we can continue to help these “unwanted” & “thrownaway” angels.
- Jill Scott & By Lindsay Felldin & By Brian Dubin & By Vicki Love "In gratitude to SCGRR for all you work and the 3 wonderful seniors i was blessed to adopt"
Bubba is an old guy and a big guy. And a very very sweet guy. He’s learning fast. He came to us weighing 100 lbs, at least 15 pounds over weight.We’re working on it. Bubba has seizures apparently due to a brain tumor. He’s on medication which is keeping his seizures under control. Under the […]see more
- Andrea Vilks & By John Jarvis & By Gladys Kremper & By Judith Asher & By The Stormer Family "Anything for our Golden children..."
Not only is Landy, AKA Amanda, blind but her ear is so scarred that it sticks out to the side. She has an antibiotic resistant UTI that requires continual monitoring and treatment, she has extreme derm issues, hip issues from being kept in a small cage (box) for 9 years where she was used as […]see more
- Essentuals et al & By Judy Pruett In Memory of Toby & Gus & By Barry Weitz & By Richard Fox & By Kari Boyer "I have had goldens for 30 years now and will have one till the day I die. Bless you for the work you do for these special dogs."
Lou Lou is as fine as can be expected for an elderly, arthritic, very loving Golden Retriever. She sleeps a lot but loves to be petted and eat. She doesn’t know how play, doesn’t fetch but is a fine pet for 80 year olds like us. We feel her pain. Getting up and down is […]see more
- Robert & Cora Garman & By Michele & Lucky "Because my dog is my BFF and is a beautiful fun Golden named Mr. Buddy. Mr. Buddy is a true Golden: patient, tolerant, gentle, and loving. A wonderful role model!"
Close to 12 years old, Mibo was found on a bridge in a small town in Taiwan. He was crated (like most dogs in Taiwan) in a crate much too small for him and that’s where he spent most of his life. Mibo was exhausted when he was sent to the vet. He fell asleep […]see more