Miller - Male – 5 years old – GRRALL #563
** 11/22/2016: Update: Lucky Miller is safe and sound in his foster home tonight, thanks to a loving person who dropped everything to take him into her home as a foster, and right before the holiday. Miller appears to be quite a funny boy, he knows basic commands but his idea of "down" is drop and roll for belly rubs! Handsome Mr. Miller still has to go through heartworm treatment, so unfortunate as preventable, but we will update his progress as he learns how to be an adored member of a family.
** 11/11/2016: Update: Poor Miller can't seem to catch a break! Not too surprising, but our boy is heartworm positive. Miller will now have to go through heartworm treatment, so hard on the dogs and the foster families. We will update the timing for his treatment and recovery and keep everyone posted. Poor baby!!!!
Welcome Miller to GRRALL! Miller arrived at the shelter as a stray, his owners were contacted but they no longer wanted him. Thankfully the volunteers at GRRALL did want him, and now he is our boy. Miller is 5 years old, medium sized, and a dark color, with great teeth. He does well on a leash, loves to play, and rides well in a car. We are so happy to have Miller with us, where he will be adored and placed with adopters who will love and care for him forever. Miller needs a foster home, so if you are if you are interested in fostering or adopting from GRRALL please submit an application at grralliance.org/adopt
GRRALL serves the Dallas-Fort Worth/North Texas area. We do not adopt outside this region and cannot ship dogs. If you are out of our area please contact your local Golden Retriever Rescue, local independent adoption groups, shelters, humane society, or other group to find your perfect forever friend
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