Starla smiles sweetly, and not only for the camera! “That precious look in her eyes melts your heart, because you just know she appreciates what you do for her,” says her foster mom. Starla has a darling personality, and gets along well with other dogs. At twelve-and-a-half, Starla enjoys short walks, and her baths to keep her skin healthy.
She was quite surprised when her foster family celebrated her 12th birthday with a surprise party for Starla and other goldens in her social circle…it was quite the event!
Can you picture Starla bringing joy to your home and family?
All GRRSWF dogs have undergone a full examination by a veterinarian, and any health concerns have been addressed. If you are interested in learning more about Starla, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can read about our adoption process in detail and download an application from our website at http://www.grrswf.org/index-2.html
PLEASE NOTE: We serve Southwest Florida from Naples to Ocala.
If you live OUTSIDE of our service area and are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please note that we will only consider an application for senior dogs (over the age of 8) or dogs with special needs (usually medication). BEFORE submitting your application, send an email to info@GRRSWF.org to request an exception to our service area. If that approval is given, you will be asked to complete an application, clearly stating on it that you are interested in a special needs or senior dog. However, please be aware that, unfortunately, there are some locations we simply cannot cover because we do not have sufficient representation in those areas to perform the required home visits prior to the adoption, or follow-up visits afterward. If that is the case, we will be happy to refer you to a local rescue or shelter.
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