Last updated: 5-23-16

Stratton needs a place to call home.

Stratton doesn’t have a shady past like some rescued dogs, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. This regal golden retriever had a wonderful home and has been well taken care of. Stratton recently came into rescue because his owner found out that she must move to an assisted care facility and cannot take him along.

At nine years young, Stratton does qualify as a senior, but you’d never know it when watching him play with other dogs, Stratton can still hold his own.

His former owner describes him as goofy and mischievous and says he’s the happiest dog around.

Stratton is tall and lean, weighing in at about 80 lbs. He has been trained in basic obedience, he is neutered, current on all vaccines and microchipped.

If you’d like to get more information about this beautiful Golden, please fill out a adoption application or email us at so we may contact you to see if he’ll be a good fit.



“Rex” is a gorgeous, 1.5-year-old Golden Retriever/herding dog mix who was dumped by an unknown person in a neighborhood in Valley Village. Lucky for Rex, neighbors in the area worked to win his trust and find him a temporary home. He’s been neutered, microchipped, and had all his shots. What’s more, Rex comes professionally trained! Currently he lives 24/7 with his trainer, where he is learning all his commands and how to be an excellent family dog. He’s crate trained, potty trained, and walks beautifully on a leash.

Rex will thrive in an adults-only household with an experienced, calm dog owner. Rex is available for adoption through DR Doghouse Bully Crew Rescue (they occasionally foster non-bully breeds). Like all reputable rescue groups, DR Doghouse will require potential adopters to fill out an application and do a home visit. For information on adopting Rex, please contact Robin Russell at DR Doghouse, 661-388-8704.

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.

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