Puppies (5) All Adopted 3/3/16



Brace yourself for cuteness overload!  We have 5 little Golden mix puppies who are just 5 weeks old and the most adorable little sweethearts we've ever seen.  They are brimming with curiosity, playfulness and sweet puppy breath, and they are hoping to review your application soon. 

Their mama (who is just a youngster herself)  was wandering around lost and scared in the country when a wonderful family found her.  They notified animal control and posted many ads in the area, but after a month no one came for her.  Then much to everyone's surprise she delivered these 5 precious little bundles of joy.  When the puppies were only 3 days old the family called GRRR and asked for our help, and of course we very happy to say yes to mama and the 5 pups. 

There are 3 girls and 2 boys excitedly awaiting your application. Their pretty mom, Palena (who goes by Pal) will also be available for adoption after she has weaned the puppies and been spayed.  We have no idea what breed the daddy was and mama Pal is staying mum on the subject.  All we know for sure is they are half Golden and half adorable.

If you are interested in adoption, we require that an application be completed at http://www.goldenrescue.com/adopt-a-golden-retriever/application

Puppies, while adorable, are not for everyone.  Think carefully if your lifestyle has room for the extraordinary responsibility of raising a puppy.  Do you truly have time for the daily nurturing and constant supervision required?  Do you mind piddles on your floor, chewing on your things and, before you know it, a “teenage puppy” with ideas of his or her own?  The proper handling and socialization of a puppy are critical to their development into a well adjusted adult.  As they grow they will require your steady, kind leadership, commitment to their training and rely on you for their extensive daily exercise needs

If you would like one of these puppies, a “dog to be”, to consider your application, please tell us why your home would be suitable for a puppy in the comments section of your application.  The puppies will only be placed in homes with (1) adults or older children who can treat a dog with kindness and respect and (2) one that clearly has the dedication and substantial time throughout the day to devote to raising a puppy to responsible adulthood.