We have many goldens in our program who are without sponsors and need your help and support. So many of these goldens have special medical needs and will be in our care longer than normal. If you are unable to be a foster, this is a way in which you can help a specific golden. Please take a minute to click on "Read More" and you may find a golden whose story touches your heart.
GRIN brings you our Disney favorites! Coming in April 2018. Simba, like the fictional character who was introduced in the animated feature film The Lion King in 1994, also spent some time exiled. This guy was in a crowded shelter, where he stayed until a year and a half ago, when one of the volunteers discovered him and took him into her care. He is almost 8 years old. The…Read More
Operation Buckeye History and Background For hundreds of years, homeless dogs have been a part of the Turkish environment. Estimates for the numbers of street and shelter dogs in Istanbul alone vary greatly – anywhere from 50,000-100,000. Among these dogs, approximately 500-2000 are abandoned Golden Retrievers. A concerned American living in Istanbul noticed all the Goldens running the streets and in municipal shelters and contacted Adopt A Golden of Atlanta (AGA)…Read More
If you are a GRIN member, you know we are always begging for fosters! The fact of the matter is that we have a terrific foster home base – but we always need more because unfortunately, more dogs need our help – the strays, owner relinquishments and shelter dogs. And we also are anticipating more Turkey dogs next month. If you are a recent approved adopter, you can help us immediately!…Read More
GRIN is happy to announce their affiliation with Chewy.com. Chewy.com is an online retailer with a passion for animals and a mission for helping shelters and rescue organizations. When you order pet food at Chewy.com using our affiliation link they will donate $20 to GRIN! To support GRIN through Chewy.com, please click on the PawPrint on the upper left side of our site or use the following URL (be sure to…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
What sets us apart from other rescue organizations
"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."