• Bailey #5142

    Bailey #5142   Bailey was about 2 years old when a kind-hearted Samaritan took her in. Bailey was not well cared for, and once this individual met her, she could not…


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  • Millie #5156

    Millie was 1 ½ years old when she came to Rescue. Millie was not the bravest of Goldens, and her personality was just not the right fit for her…


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  • Rosebud #5044 and Muffin #5043

    Rosebud and Muffin were surrendered to a shelter in Vermont because their family could no longer afford to care for them. The shelter was inundated with animals, many also…


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  • Cayenne #5066

    YGRR received a call from an emergency animal hospital in New England. A 4-year-old dog named Cayenne had been brought in after…


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  • Welcome to the new ygrr.org!

    Greeting Golden friends! Welcome to YGRR’s new website!  We hope that you find the new design friendly and helpful!  Please visit often and don’t forget to visit Golden Goodies.  Please…


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  • Sofie #5161

    Sofie was seized by an animal control officer because she was living on a chain that was less than 2 feet long. Although there was a bucket of green,…


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  • Heat Stroke

    Could it happen to your Golden? With the hot temperatures of the summer months, it is extremely important to prevent your dog from overheating. Dogs cannot tell you when their…


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  • Pets and Pests

    by Sue Averill with Dawn Burke, DVM There are many tiny critters that would like to use your dog as a food source, home, mode of transportation, or all of…


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  • Heartworm Disease

    by Sue Averill with Dawn Burke, DVM Here in the Northeast, warm weather brings the mosquitoes out of hibernation. Infested mosquitoes transmit heartworms to dogs that they feed on. Untreated,…


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  • Gastric Dilation / Bloat

    by the Editor, Golden Times This is a true veterinary emergency. Bloat with a possible stomach twist (torsion) is one of the most dangerous intestinal disorders known in canine medicine. The…


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