Hello friends, Gigi here. I’m 3 years old and weigh just 31 pounds. I recently had a litter of puppies in a shelter. After I got all my pups weaned, the shelter found a place for them and contacted AGB to take me in and get me healthy. You see, I am heartworm positive, have some broken teeth and a mammary infection. Taking care of my pups in my weakened state was hard but I had to make sure they were okay. I am so happy to be getting some treatment so that I can get well and find a forever family of my own. I’m friendly and sweet and I just need a little kindness and affection to help me blossom into your very best friend. If you have it in your heart to take in a little lady who has been through some tough times, I hope you will ask to meet me, Gigi. PS… AGB has set up a fund for my medical bills. Any amount you can donate would make me smile. Thank you.
Adopt a Golden Birmingham is a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to finding warm, loving permanent homes for Golden Retrievers in order to prevent them from becoming strays or adding to the shelter overpopulation. Golden Retrievers, regardless of medical needs or age, will receive comprehensive evaluation, spay/neutering services, veterinary care, behavioral training if required, and safe passage into a permanent loving home.
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