Thank You GRIN Family Updated 10/29/2020
We want to THANK OUR GRIN FAMILY and everyone who has supported us through our 2020 event season. Due to Covid-19, we faced many fundraising challenges. Because of our generous supporters, we were able to hold Virtual Fundraisers; Bark In Your Park in May, the Ice Cream Social in July, August Auction and our Howl O' Ween Party & Pumpkin Pull in October! We were also able to hold two, in person Swim/Dockdiving events, where we could maintain safe protocols and social distancing.Because of the continued financial support we received, we are able to continue rescuing dogs that have very specific and often very expensive medical and behavioral needs. The GRIN Board of Trustees thanks you and the dogs who are now safe and happy and healthy also thank you!
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GRIN’s membership year runs annually - July 1st through June 30th. A large portion of our yearly budget comes from our annual membership drive. Your membership dues and all donations are used to help each golden who enters our program through providing all necessary veterinary medical/surgical care, medications, vaccinations, spaying or neutering, foster care and providing all necessary daily supplies. As a member, you will enjoy these benefits:…Read More
At the end of May GRIN welcomed 36 new paws into the GRIN family with the arrival of 9 puppies! These puppies were quite the surprise to the adopter of former mill mama Emmie (fka Lavender) as it was unknown that she was pregnant at the time of adoption! Lovingly dubbed the "Peanuts Gang", these 5 boys and 4 girls will be cared by the mama's adoptive family until they are ready for adoption. …Read More
The GRIN Golden Times Spring Newsletter is available!
Its full of great information, pictures and updates!
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Many of you may ask why we are engaging in overseas rescue. The reason is due to the lack of Golden Retrievers who need our help domestically. COVID has changed most areas of our lives and the Goldens have been no exception. With the dramatic increase in working from home, the commercial breeders now are selling the breeding dogs that are no longer productive to the general public. The demand…Read More
Meet Ginger. This sweet senior came to live with us in November of 2019. She was picked up as a stray and when the owners were contacted they relinquished her. Thank goodness for Ginger! She was underweight, had a number of benign mammary tumors, scraggly fur, and bare elbows (which gave us a clue as to where she may have laid her head). We had recently been approved as fosters…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."