Current Rescues

Golden Retrievers who are currently looking for a new family to call their own are listed below. Please click on each photo to find out more about them. If you are interested in one of the dogs please ensure you complete and return the Adoption Questionnaire to Golden Retriever Rescue Inc before contacting us.

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Rescue 1 (Benny)
Benny is approximately 11 years old and he came into GRR’s care because of changed family circumstances where Benny found himself home alone for many hours every day. As a loving, sociable chap Benny did not cope with the new regime and became anxious and destructive. Benny’s family decided that they could no longer give this boy the life he deserved and contacted GRR.
Since his arrival into foster care Benny is a changed boy. He is no longer medicated to control his anxiousness and now that he is able to understand the messages that he is receiving from his foster carer Benny is one happy chappy. No more hot spots and because he is inside whenever he likes, no more anxiousness. Benny is a very upbeat senior gent and he does not get on with any other dogs, big or small. Benny no longer jumps......
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Rescue 2 (Kiah)
Kiah means second opportunity or renewal in several languages and Kiah was given this name as the first part of her life was simply one of survival and this girl deserves a second chance. Kiah was removed by the RSPCA from a situation where unrestricted over breeding between many different breeds of dogs was taking place and hoarding had occurred. When GRR picked up Kiah she was carried to the car as she was too fearful to move and had never worn a collar and had never had interaction from other humans.
Three months later and Kiah is now walking on lead, loves to interact with humans so much so that she is in the process of being taught people greeting manners. This girl would knock you over in her exuberance to love you. Living in a large pack situation Kiah has learnt to look after herself and will require a home where she is the only dog and become......
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Rescue 3 (Chance)
Chance was given his name by GRR because, if ever a dog should get a second chance at life, it’s this young boy. The first part of this boy’s life was simply one of survival and he deserves a second chance. Chance was removed by the RSPCA from a situation where unrestricted over breeding between many different breeds of dogs was taking place and hoarding had occurred. When GRR picked up Chance RSPCA staff carried him to the car as he was too fearful to move and had never worn a collar and had never had interaction from other humans.
Three months later and now affectionately known as Chancy Fancy Pants, this boy is now walking on lead, loves to interact with humans so much so, that he is in the process of being taught people greeting manners. This boy would knock you over in his......
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Rescue 4 (Sunni)
Sunni came into GRR’s care in October 2019 presenting with a urinary leakage problem. Vets were consulted and the resulting x-rays sent to a Vet Specialist where Sunni was diagnosed with Bilateral Ectopic Ureter. Arriving in Sydney at the end of February 2020 Sunni was placed on a course of antibiotics before having laser surgery on 14th March. Sunni returned to GRR HQ to recover and to be observed for any signs of leakage. Coming up to four weeks post surgery and GRR is happy to announce that the laser surgery was completely successful and Sunni hasn’t missed a beat. She was back to her bossy ways in no time at all. Now it’s time for Sunni to find her forever home. Sunni will be celebrating her 7th birthday in May and hopefully it will be in her new home.
As Sunni has been in GRR’s care for six months both of her foster carers have a......