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What are people saying?

Everyone at GRIN has been supportive before, during and after the adoption of our senior girl Honey. We love our GRIN family who always puts the dogs needs first and foremost!
Lisa and Kim GRIN Adopters
"As we quickly approach the anniversary of Gus' adoption, our family wanted to send a BIG thank you your way. We feel so lucky to have found such a wonderfully supportive and dedicated group of people at GRIN."
Bethany GRIN Adopter
Fostering has been a wonderful experience for me, 12 years and 56 dogs later! I like being a step in the process of moving dogs into permanent, loving homes.

We still have 11 goldens in our care without sponsors and we need your help!  Many of the goldens in our care have special medical needs and will be in our care for longer than normal.  Please take a moment to look at the goldens in our website and hopefully one of them will touch you to help them by becoming their sponsor.

This sweet golden boy is Worthy.  He came into a local shelter as a stray in terrible shape.  He is missing fur, has skin dermatitis, ear infections, and he only weighs 34 pounds so he probably has been on his own for awhile.  We have him at our vet partner and addressing of all of his medical needs.  He is only one of the many goldens we have in our care waiting for a sponsor and their forever home. 

You can read about this golden and all of our goldens who are waiting on their forever homes on our Available Goldens pages.  If you can't adopt or foster a golden with G.R.I.N., but would like to help one (or more) of our rescued goldens, you can help us by becoming a sponsor of one or more of these rescued golden beauties!  As you look through our pages of "Available Goldens", you will see that many are sponsored but these goldens still have NO ONE to sponsor them and we need your help:    Bailey, Ben, Buck, Dublin, Haven, Jack, Maggie,  Nellie, Rigby, Rusty, and Worthy   We are asking for your help!  Our goal is to have all of our goldens sponsored with one or more sponsors.  A "Golden Sponsorship" is easy and a great way to help some very deserving goldens.  Here's how to become a sponsor.

To sponsor any of our current Adoptable Goldens, simply visit the Available Goldens page; select the the dog(s) you would like to sponsor for any amount and can be a one-time sponsorship or on-going, that's up to you!  Sponsorships can be in your name alone or can be in memory or honor of someone or your special pet.  All sponsors will be listed on our website with your sponsored golden.  We encourage multiple sponsorships as many of these goldens need extensive care and you can be a special part of their new beginning.  

 You can sponsor a golden using your debit or credit card conveniently and securely through PayPal on our website. Be sure to include the name of the Golden(s) you're sponsoring AND your home mailing address so you can be sent a receipt and a special donation card with your golden's name.  All sponsorships are fully tax deductible.  Our Goldens appreciate and need your help!  Thank you for considering this program. For more information, you can go to our Sponsor a Golden page on our website.  Thank you for helping us help them and being a special part of their new beginning!

 

 Checks can be mailed with your sponsorship information to:

Golden Retrievers In Need Rescue Service
Attn: Treasurer, Sponsorship Program
P.O. Box 24365
Cleveland, OH 44124
 

Golden Sponsorships - How you can help

This sweet golden boy is Worthy.  He came into a local shelter as a stray in terrible shape.  He is missing fur, has skin dermatitis, ear infections, and he only weighs 34 pounds so he probably has been on his own for awhile.  We have him at our vet partner and addressing of all of his medical needs.  - Worthy is only one of the 11 goldens in our care without sponsors and we need your help!  Many of the goldens in our care have special medical needs and will be in our care for longer than normal.
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Latest Articles

  • GRIN's 25th Silver Anniversary Gala Celebration
  • Update on Molly #16036
  • Where were you in '92?
SAVE THE DATE for GRIN's 25th Silver Anniversary on Saturday October 21, 2017 back at St. Michaels Woodside Party Center in Broadview Hts. The Gala Committee has once again decided to have a Night at the Races as part of our evening excitement. We have already begun seeking donations of overnight stays, gift cards and monetary donations to make our anniversary a spectacular celebration of dedication and rescue of our Read More
Molly came into GRIN a couple of weeks ago in need of significant medical care. She has been diagnosed with ectopic ureter; a congenital malformation since birth which causes the ureter(s) to open in abnormal locations causing incontinence or leaking.We are happy to report Molly received the surgery she so desperately needed this week at OSU. Although this will be a long road we are happy to report she is Read More
In 1992, a group of Golden Retriever enthusiasts who had the foresight to see the need for rehoming unwanted Golden Retrievers incorporated Golden Retrievers In Need Rescue service as a 501C3 non-profit organization. They were truly the forerunners of rescue since back in the ‘90’s, rescue was not a common practice. We are excited to share that 2017 marks GRIN’s 25th year of rescue; saving well over 3,000 homeless Goldens. Read More