Rescue A Golden Retriever In Texas Today By Contacting One Of These Great Rescues
Gulf South Golden Retriever Rescue
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- Tyler, TX
- Big Dog Rescue Project, or BDRP, is a small close knit group of independent dog rescuers that came together to form an organization devoted to saving dogs from the multitudes of high kill shelters in the DFW area. We specialize in saving large breed types and re-homing in the Pacific Northwest and in the North East where there is less overflow and a high volume of qualified adopters. We are all volunteers, each with our own strengths, and all devoted to the cause of improving the quality of life for those dogs discarded and forgotten. We are now officially a 501c3 organization so all donations are tax deductible .
Golden Ribbon Rescue
- Austin, TX
- Gold Ribbon Rescue, Inc. (GRR) was founded in 1998 to meet three objectives. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization as recognized by the IRS. GRR's main function is to provide a network for sheltering, rehabilitation and placing Golden Retrievers in permanent homes in Central Texas. GRR’s second function is to provide public education about responsible dog ownership and, in particular, about the Golden Retriever breed. Third, GRR provides a forum for Golden Retriever fanciers to meet.
- Houston, TX
- Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue was founded in 1999 and has saved over 4,000 dogs!
We invite you to see our adoptable Goldens, find out how you can foster or volunteer, meet us at our events, and other ways you can help these amazing creatures find loving, forever homes.
GRASS - Golden Retriever Acres Senior Sanctuary
- Spring, TX
- The Golden Retriever Acres Senior Sanctuary serves primarily as a refuge for senior and special needs Goldens by providing a clean, safe and loving sanctuary for these abandoned Goldens to live out their golden years. The founders of GRASS and its volunteers have a true love for the older dogs especially Goldens and we are dedicated to their welfare. We know of both the joy and challenges that come with owning an older dog. We know we can make a difference in the life of a senior Golden and we believe a senior Golden can make a difference in the life of an adopter or foster caregiver.
Golden Retriever Rescue of El Paso
- El Paso, TX
- Golden Retriever Rescue of El Paso is a breed-specific, 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue organization dedicated to rescuing Golden Retrievers. We rescue stray, abandoned, or released golden retrievers, provide medical care, rehabilitate, nurture and adopt them into loving forever homes.
Golden Retriever Rescue of Houston
- Houston, TX
- Golden Retriever Rescue of Houston (GRRH) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) founded in June 2003. We are an all-volunteer group dedicated to the rescue and placement of Golden Retrievers in the greater Houston, Texas area. We do not have a physical location but rather operate our mission out of volunteers’ homes. The organization was established out of our deep love for Golden Retrievers and the desire to help the many homeless Goldens find homes where they will be well cared for and loved as part of the family. We work to rehabilitate Goldens with physical or behavioral needs prior to placement. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that the dog is placed in the best home possible for both the dog and adopter.
Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas
- Dallas, TX
- Our mission at Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas (GRRNT) is to rescue, care for, and place in permanent loving homes Golden Retrievers in need in the North Texas area and to educate the general public about responsible pet ownership as well as the special qualities of the Golden Retriever breed.
Golden Retriever Rescue Alliance, Inc.
- Fort Worth, TX
- Golden Retriever Rescue Alliance (GRRALL) is an all-volunteer non-profit foster-based animal rescue organization out of Fort Worth, Texas. We are committed to saving Golden Retriever and Golden Retriever mixes regardless of age or health throughout North Texas.
If you are aware of any rescues that serve the Texas area that we missed, please don't hesitate to let us know!