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Last updated: 7-23-2015
We’d love for you to meet one of our newest boys into our rescue. Jaxon is 8 years old and is super sweet. Even though he’s 8, you would think that he should be a couch potato but he still enjoys playing with his baby foster brother. He loves taking walks and hanging out with his foster family. Jaxon is one of those wonderful goldens who would love to be your velcro dog and just be with you in any kind of setting. He would do best as an only dog because he wants to hog his foster brother’s toys and doesn’t like to share. However, in every other way, he’s just about perfect!!!
Jaxon is completely up to date on his shots and is ready to find his Forever Home. If you’re interested in Jaxon please fill out aadoption application or email us at email@example.com so we may contact you to see if he’ll be a good fit.
The dogs in our Courtesy Listings are NOT FFGRR dogs. They are shown on our website as a courtesy to other rescue groups and individuals who have dogs that are looking for a new home. FFGRR has not evaluated, met, or in any other way interacted with these dogs. To learn more about these dogs, please use the contact info listed for each dog.
Edgar is a handsome 5 yr. old neutered male Golden Retriever/Shepherd
mix who weighs 68#. He is housebroken, up to date on vaccinations and in
good health. He walks well on a leash in the city and is non reactive to
bicycles, joggers, and skateboards. He is occasionally distracted by a
lizard or a squirrel, but is easily corrected with a gentle shake of the
leash. He is trained in basic obedience and is great in the house,
loving to be with his person. He has not lived with small children, but
would be fine with older children. NO cats or little furry animals for
him, he has a high prey drive.
For more information, please contact Diane. firstname.lastname@example.org 626-319-3122
Meet Rusty, a mellow 8 year old “velcro boy” who just loves to be loved! Rusty is brand new to rescue. His favorite spot is wherever his family is. He loves going for walks and chasing tennis balls, and then taking a nice long nap! Rusty also loves his food and his treats, but like most of us, as we get older it gets harder to keep that weight off, so his foster parents are making sure that he gets plenty of exercise. Rusty is very sociable and is quite happy to be with children, cats and other dogs – the more the merrier! Please submit an application if you would like to meet Rusty.