Last updated on: August 23, 2016
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Grateful Goldens Rescue of the Low Country
PO BOX 2799
Myrtle Beach, SC 29578
Please Note: If you are interested in possibly adopting one of these wonderful Goldens we require a completed adoption application (found on the adoption page) to start the process. We get many, many calls and applications and to facilitate the process we must have an application before contacting you. Thank-you and we look forward to working with you to find the right Golden for your family.
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Gunner is a sweet 3 year boy. When Gunner was surrendered to Grateful Goldens he had lost almost all of his hair due to severe allergies. Grateful Goldens and some wonderful fosters spent 8 months diagnosing his allergies and helping him to recover. He is now on shots to desensitize him to his allergies and his hair is almost completely grown back. Gunner is ready for a home that will continue is monthly treatments and help him complete his recovery and become the golden he was meant to be.
Gunner is being fostered in the Charleston area.
Chad is sweet, friendly and active 1½ year old boy. He walks fairly well on a lead, and just finished his basic obedience training so he knows his basic commands. He's smart, learns very quickly, and loves to play. If you're looking for a great companion, who can keep up with your physical activities or occasionally lie around the house with you and cuddle, look no further. He's with several other dogs in his foster home but is not good with cats. He sleeps in a crate at night, is housebroken, HW Negative, neutered and up to date on shots.
Chad is being fostered in the Florence area.
Maggie was adopted from a local shelter in August and her family had planned on having her forever but life was placing too many obstructions in her way. With an 18 month old at home and a new baby due in a couple of months, there was no time left keep up with Maggie's training or needs.Maggie is now approximately 1 year old, has been spayed and is up to date on shots. She is Heartworm Positive and will be treated by the local veterinarian for GGR. She is a sweetheart, needs her leash training continued but loves other dogs and wants to cuddle her humans.
She is currently being fostered in the Charleston area
Maggie Has Her Furever Home!!
Isabelle is an adorable 2 year old miniature golden mix. She was tearfully surrendered by her family when their lives changed and they could no longer keep her. Isabelle is a velcro girl who just wants to be petted and loved. She is up to date on shots, but is heartworm positive. She would love a family willing to foster her through her heartworm treatment with the intention of adopting her when her treatment is completed. Isabelle is being fostered in Florence, SC
Tasha is an 11yr old Golden mix, but definitely has the golden personality! She was turned in by her family because her senior mom could no longer care for her. She has been well cared for (heartworm negative!) and is very comfortable in a home environment. Tasha is fostered with 2 dogs and 1 indoor cat and loves young children. She has a very playful personality, you would never guess she is 11 ( she likes to bark at her toys and throw her own ball around)! Tasha walks very well on her leash and loves her daily walks. She would be such an added friend to your family.
Tasha is being fostered in Savannah.
THE "M" PUPS!
Martin, Murphy & Mikel
The “M” pups were picked up as strays in rural South Carolina and one of our volunteers was called by the shelter. After being picked up from the shelter, they were not sure what was happening when they got to their new foster home. However, it didn't take them long to come out of their crate for food and water.
At their first vet visit, our Grateful Goldens' vet believed they were about 11 weeks old. Unfortunately, during this visit, Martin was found to have a broken leg. Martin has already been to the specialist, has had the break repaired and is now recuperating nicely. Mikel and Murphy are healthy and thriving. All three are doing well with their housebreaking, crate training and are sleeping through the night.
They are being fostered in the Charleston area and will be available soon.
Odin was reluctantly given up by his mom, who was unable to keep him indoors or give him the attention a 2 1/2 year old boy needs due to her medical issues. Odin, a handsome light blonde boy, is settling in to his foster home with foster siblings.
Odin was brought up with children and another dog but is a little shy. He does like being around women and warms up to men with just a bit of time to become accustomed to them. He jumps into your car with just a little coaxing and rides quietly on the back seat.
He is up to date on shots and needs to be neutered but he has to have his Heartworm treatment work up before his neuter can be scheduled. At 80 pounds, he can still put on a little weight to round him out fully.
Odin is currently being fostered in the Charleston area.
Summer was picked up as a stray in a nearby county and taken to their local shelter. She appears to have been on her own just a short while as she had fleas and a few ticks, however, no one came to claim her. The shelter workers thought she was sweet and deserved a chance at the 'Golden' life and contacted us.
Summer is a pretty, cream colored golden mix, about 55 pounds. She has very expressive dark eyes which watch everything out the car windows. She adored being petted during her car trip to the Golden life. She is comfortable with other dogs, eats well and likes the people she has met. She is up to date on shots, Heartworm negative and on her monthly preventatives. She will need to be spayed before her adoption can be finalized but she is available to foster with intent to adopt after her recuperation.
She is currently in the Florence area but we will gladly transport her to a soon to be furever home.
Annie came into rescue without a history and our initial thought was that this beautiful golden girl was 3, maybe 4 years old. At her intake vet exam, we were very surprised to find out that Annie is probably 10 years old! However, we were not surprised to find out that she is Heartworm positive. Annie does better with older dogs but active, young dogs are too much for her to be around. She would be best as an only dog for a single or couple who just want a companion they can love and will want to give her a carefree life.
Annie is being treated for her Heartworms, up to date on shots and hoping someone will open their heart to her. She is being fostered in the Savannah area.
Clarice is small golden girl about 1 ½ years old and was rescued from a Georgia shelter with her brother Rudy. Both had little socialization, so the first order of business was to let the learn what the golden life is like and that humans are not scary. Both came out of their shells pretty quickly and now are very loving. Rudy has found his forever home, but Clarice is still waiting. Although Clarice can be very active, she can also be very chill. You couldn't ask for a sweeter dog. She sits for her meals, sits for treats - all without being told. She will do best in a home with another young dog to play with!
Clarice is being fostered in the Savannah area.
Haley is a sweet 3 year old golden mix who was picked up as a stray. She tested Heartworm positive, but she has completed her Heartworm treatment and is ready for a home where she can settle in. Although she is 3years old, she stills loves to play so a home with another young dog to play with would be ideal for her. Haley is up to date on all of shots and has her bags packed.
Haley is being fostered in the Savannah area.
Sammy is a sweet boy who was surrendered when his family moved and could no longer take care of him. He is between 4 and 5 years old and loves people. He is good with children and other dogs, but we do not know how he is with cats. He loves to play fetch and then to cool off afterwards he loves being sprayed with a water hose. Sammy has good house manners and would love a home where he can just chill out. Unfortunately, Sammy has tested positive for heartworms so he is looking for a wonderful home to foster him through his heartworm treatment.
Max is a handsome gentleman, approximately 9 years old, who doesn’t act his age. Max”s foster says since he is still active for his age. He needs a fenced back yard where he can chase his beloved tennis balls. He likes people, other dogs and daily brushings. He's not fond of swimming but likes to wade. He has good house manners, knows basic commands and is more comfortable with a person home with him during a storm. The only thing he's not good at is walking, unless he's already been tired out, because he is just so excited to meet and smell everything!
Max is Heartworm Negative, up to date on shots and on his monthly preventatives. He is being fostered in the Savannah area but will gladly share his tennis balls with you in a furever home
Buffy is a sweet, slightly shy, blonde girl of almost 8 months old. She has a sweet disposition, is learning house manners and crate training. She is still a bit reactive by barking at the television, pictures of dogs, etc. but that should ease once she gets to experience what other house puppies have already experienced.
Buffy is up to date on shots, Heartworm negative, on her preventative medications and will be spayed soon. She is currently available to any one who would like to help this sweet puppy become a fabulous golden girl.