My name is Rose!

Golden Retriever Dog for adoption in New Canaan, Connecticut - Rose
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Rose's Info...

I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.

Rose's Story...
Adopted by her southern foster 10/30/13!!!

Rose and her 2 puppies were surrendered to a shelter in AL because her former owner just didn’t want to take care of her anymore. Not that they were doing a bang up job of caring for Rose to begin with! The poor girl had not been spayed, became pregnant, and, not surprisingly, also tested positive for heartworm. Ironically, the day she was taken to the shelter was Rose’s lucky day because now she will find a loving forever home!

Rose is a super sweet, gorgeous red purebred Golden who is about 2 years old. Rose is staying at a vet's office in AL during the initial crucial phase of heartworm treatment. She is a SUPER HIGH ENERGY girl and keeping a dog calm during HW treatment is a must - we could not risk that she would be allowed to be too active.

When Rose was in a foster home, through the shelter in Auburn, AL, her foster family said that she liked to swim and play fetch and always walked around with a toy in her mouth. Rose loves to go on walks and looks from side to side so she does not miss anything. She rides nicely in the car and is a happy passenger. While she hasn't been around many kids, she was fine with the few she has come in contact with and we suspect she would do fine with older children. Rose is fine with other dogs and barks at cats and wants to chase them - they are just way too interesting for her to ignore them. She has been keeping her kennel clean at the vet’s clinic, so we believe she is house-broken. We are still learning about Rose and her personality, but we do know that she will need to be placed with someone who is very active - a runner or an avid walker. She will need to run/walk several miles a day in addition to some backyard ball play. And she will always need to be leashed in any unfenced area, per SGRR's adoption contract, including open fields and swimming areas.

Rose is under heartworm treatment presently and will be ready to go north to her forever home in mid-to-late November. She has been spayed and brought up to date on her vaccinations.

If you are already approved to adopt through SGRR, please contact the Adoption Committee to be considered to adopt Rose. If not yet approved, please complete an online application, to be considered to adopt Rose. Application.

PLEASE APPLY by submitting an application via this online link: Click for Adoption Application

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About Our Rescue

Before being approved to adopt, all potential adopters need to complete our online application and participate in our pre-adoption review process. The process includes the completion of an online application, a reference from the applicants' vet, a phone interview, and a visit to the applicants' home. The application process helps us determine what type of Golden would be best suited for the applicants' life style. In some cases, the specific dog you are interested in may have found a home before this process is complete or further assessment may find that this dog is not the right match for your family. We are regularly getting new Goldens in need of a home, so we encourage you to apply and get approved so that when the right dog comes along you will be ready.

A contract is signed the day of adoption. Under the terms of the contract, all adopters are required to bring the rescue to a vet within 7 business days. The dogs receive basic veterinary care prior to adoption. If your vet identifies an illness that an adopter is not willing to treat, then the dog is returned and a full refund is provided.

The information provided on each dog is based on observations of our vets, volunteers, fosters and when available, trainers. While we do our best to report any and all issues, SGRR does not make any guarantees as to the health or temperament of any dog. Dogs evolve differently in different environments and we cannot predict with any certainty how the dog you adopt will act in your home.

Many of our dogs are fostered in private homes and we do not have a facility to visit. We are committed to our dogs before, during, and after adoption! The rescue retains title to the dog and can never be released or sold. Should the adopters no longer be able to keep the dog, SGRR must be notified so that we can take the dog back into rescue and place it into another home. We reserve the right to remove a dog at any time should we find the adopter is no longer caring for their Golden in a way we see fit. Adopters then have to agree to follow up visits as needed.

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Facts about Rose

  • Breed: Golden Retriever
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female

Other Pets at Sunshine Golden Retriever Rescue

Why Adoption is a Great Option

Rose, a New Canaan Golden Retriever dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Golden Retriever for sale in New Canaan, or seeking a Golden Retriever dog from a breeder in New Canaan.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in New Canaan already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a New Canaan breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Golden Retriever breeders who help with Golden Retriever rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in New Canaan paves the way for another one to be saved.