The following dogs are all cared for by Adopt a Golden Atlanta, though they needs foster homes. We’ve previously adopted from AGA and they are the gold standard for breed specific dog rescue in my book.
I got lost but lucky for me AGA came and signed me up to be an orphan. It’s a good thing too, because my new doctor says I need medicine to get rid of things called heartworms. You can’t just wish them away – you have to have $500 dollars to buy the medicine. I’m kind of scared and worried because I don’t have any money and I think the shots they give you will hurt! It would take away one of my worries if I could find an AGA angel with $500 in their pocket that they wouldn’t mind giving me. And what a relief it was that an AGA angel swooped down and sent AGA the money! Thank you Agnieszka Wesolowski. I love you. I guess there is nothing to be done about getting shots that hurt but I am just going to squint my eyes and hold my breath and think about something else. After all, to be healthy is worth it isn’t it? I am maybe 7 years old and have already learned good house manners besides liking other dogs and kids. I am a medium size girl -not too big and not too small. And everyone says I am a sweet, easy going golden I would LOVE a new home just as soon as possible so why not give AGA a call and ask about me? Lots of love, Clara.
We are each 7 years old and we are “brother and sister”. Of course you may have noticed that we don’t actually look much alike but we have always been together (since we were little puppies) so we feel related! We love each other so much and couldn’t get along without the other. Right now we are so sad to leave our home that if we didn’t have each other to lean on things would be even worse. Our family couldn’t take care of us anymore and it was very hard for all of us to have to separate but there was nothing else to be done. We are looking for a home together and AGA promised we would not be separated. We were relieved that there was some good news in all of this. Being with your very best friend makes you strong when everything feels sad. We are a healthy twosome who are very good at snuggling up to you! We have perfect house manners and love everybody and all animals. We know that with one of us on each side of you, then you will know exactly what it’s like to be loved! Your friends, Charlie and Dollie.
Well , you can’t miss me in a crowd! I am a BIG boy and I am only a year and a half old! Already my number on the weighing machine says 107 and my new doctor says that’s just right for me. My other family asked AGA to find me a new home because they said I was WAY too interested in getting all the food before anyone else did!! I’m kind of a “chewer” dog too-like when left with an unlucky collar or leash! I don’t know why I do that but maybe AGA can find a teacher who will help me stop. I like to play and have lots of energy and I like kids and big people and playing with dogs. I don’t like sharing food and it may be better for me to be in a “no other dogs” house and no cats because I like chasing them. I’m a healthy fellow and don’t mind staying in a crate (a big one) when I’m left alone. I also know some commands. So I am a good student when it comes to lessons and now I am going to concentrate on working on this food “thing”. You could call and ask how I am doing even though I’m not quite ready to move into a new family. I hope I can be your newest friend! Barley.
We go together like jam and bread or maybe birds of a feather! That’s why we are looking for a home together and, thank goodness, that’s exactly what AGA is going to help us find. How exciting that we will be able to stay with each other! We are a boy and a girl doodle (or so we think) and only around 2 or 3 years old. We even got lost together and ended up in a shelter where the nice people helped AGA to rescue us. We look like twins and we try to be really sweet even though we might seem a little shy at first. My brother Zac is bigger than me (I guess that’s ’cause he’s a boy) and weighs number 45 but I am only number 36 so you can tell we won’t take up a lot of space. We are a healthy, happy pair and have all our toes (and that’s a lot) crossed that soon we will be part of a new family. Just call and ask about the “two peas in a pod” doodles! Love to everyone, Zac and Zelda.