Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada
a 501 (c) (3) organization

 SAVE THE DATE

Wholesale Clothing Distributor Opens Their Doors to

Benefit GRRSN

 

PETAPALOOZA PICTURES

A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL.....

 

    

 CHILDREN'S SPOTLIGHT

The rescue often receives calls from parents asking how their children can help our rescue.   These children found a way.....

Adam Esrig became a Bar Mitzvah on March 15th. It is common for a Bar Mitzvah to do a community service project to honor this milestone. Adam volunteers for GRRSN throughout the year so naturally decided to use his Bar Mitzvah project to support the rescue. Adam raised $640 as well as collecting collars, leashes and other supplies.  

 

Hi Debbie,
Campbell's birthday is April 1, 2006. She has had a few friends request donations instead of gifts for their birthdays, but she chose your organization because she and her sister just got a Golden Retriever puppy for Christmas. She love, love, loves our new family member (her "brother," as she calls him) and wants others to be able to experience her happiness! We know about your organization because our grandmother, Sue Wilson, has rescued 2 dogs from your organization. We got our dog from a breeder but will get any future dogs from you.  Campbell raised $190 for GRRSN.
 
 
 
Join the Kehillah Club and the TBS family for their End of Year Group Mitzvah Project at the Spotted Leaf Park (2955 Spotted Leaf Lane, 89135) on May 4 to make chew toys, blankets and treat containers for the Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern Nevada.
  Please bring old t-shirts and empty toilet paper rolls that can be used for chew toys and treat containers for the animals.  
PICTURES TO FOLLOW......
 
Thank you to Giada and Sophia on your successful lemondate stand!!!  $49 was raised to help GRRSN.
           

   

What's In Your Easter Basket? 

What better gift for Easter than a gift that gives back!  Easter is April 20th this year and our wines are the perfect gift!  What better gift than a gift that supports GRRSN.  Click here to order.

 

       

   

 Dogs need dental care, too!February is Dental Month.....                         Unfortunately, dental hygiene for dogs is sometimes overlooked by even the best dog owners who don't realize that dental hygiene is just as important to their dog's overall health and well-being as proper nutrition, exercise, routine grooming and vet visits.Poor dental hygiene leads to tooth decay, tooth loss, oral pain, gum disease and last but not least, the dreaded "doggy breath." However, the bacteria that cause these problems can also affect other parts of the body, like the heart and kidneys. The most important thing is to address dental disease as soon as it is detected, no matter how minor. To inspect your dog's teeth, lift the lips all around the mouth, looking at the front and back teeth as closely as possible. Be gentle and use caution. Your veterinarian will also take a look at your dog's teeth during routine examinations, so make sure you visit your vet at least once a year for wellness check-ups and contact your vet if any problems arise. Watch for theReluctance to chewIncreased SalivationRed or bleeding gumsTarterLoose teethDog dental care should be part of a daily routine - meaning brush your dog's teeth - Please ask your vet how to do this and what to use-DO NOT USE HUMAN TOOTHPASTE!!!! Professional dental cleaning by your vet is periodically required; some dogs need dental cleanings one or more times per year, while others can go longer. Be certain to follow your vet's recommendations  applications that are not in by the 15th of December wont be processed until the new         TA calendar makes a nice gift and you can help a Golden Retriever at the same time.......

 
 

   

 

 

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Amazon Donates to GRRSN!!!

We are so excited to be a part of the Amazon Associates Program, with each Amazon purchase made via our GRRSN Blog or GRRSN Website, a percentage will be donated back to GRRSN! So you can support your favorite charity and shop at the same time! Here is what shopping on Amazon through our blog or our website, will do for our rescue.


With purchases in these categories just look at the percentage that will be donated back to Golden Retriever Rescue So. NV.  Let's go SHOPPING! 

 

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WELCOME TO THE GRRSN BULLETIN BOARD

Do you have an announcement, things we should all know or maybe your throwing a party?  We will keep you up to date with what is happening now.   

Please send your information for posting to: rescuegolden1@aol.com. 

 Do you have a Laugh Out Loud Picture or a Statement to Share?
    
        

                  
        


Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada is in the News!

PET TALK WITH DR. B ON KXNT 100.5 FM

His name is Mark Beerenstrauch (Dr. B) and he has a weekly pet talk radio show each week called Pet Talk with Dr. B on KXNT 100.5 fm from 11 am – 12 pm. The goal of his show is to provide listeners with great information by highlighting a topic each week and having an expert guest on each week to discuss the topic.   


 

 NEW ADOPTIONS

March Furever Home Adoptions! 

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  Max by Jeff Jake by Dennis and Carol      Coach by Jim               

Skipper by Christen and Kourtney  

  

 Scooby by Robert and MaHugh Hefner by Jennie and Gary CharPeppermint Bella b

 Mix 94.1 presents the 12th Annual Pet-A-Palooza on Saturday, April 9th, from 10am – 6pm at Star Nursery Fields at Sam Boyd Stadium, 7000 Russell Rd.

Read more: Mix 94.1′s Pet-A-Palooza Information http://mix941fm.radio.com/2011/03/04/pet-a-palooza-info/#ixzz1k3W2I98q Mix 94.1 presents the 12th Annual Pet-A-Palooza on Saturday, April 9th, from 10am – 6pm at Star Nursery Fields at Sam Boyd Stadium, 7000 Russell Rd.

Read more: Mix 94.1′s Pet-A-Palooza Information http://mix941fm.radio.com/2011/0


It Takes Dozens of Volunteers to Keep
GRRSN Operating

GRRSN has no paid staff. Everything we do to help homeless Goldens is done by volunteers. Some of our volunteers spend several hours a day and others much less. Your contribution makes a difference in a dog's life.....

If you are available to volunteer, please contact grrsnvolunteers@aol.com .   Home Visit and Transport Volunteers are needed. 

Thank you, we know your time is valuable.


 

Congratulations! I am pleased to announce that Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada has been accepted as a participating member of the Animal Welfare Fund in the 2013 Western CFC regions.

GRRSN's CFC designation code is 83351. CFC donors will use this code to indicate GRRSN as their designated charity.     

 

 

 

 

ADOPTION STORIES

DO YOU HAVE A STORY?

Send to rescuegolden1@aol.com

MIMI (Formerly Cuddly)

    

Hi GRRSN,
   Not sure who to send these photos to, or if you even want them, but
I thought you might enjoy an update on Mimi Myers (formerly Cuddly).
Here are some photos of her (yellow collar), along with my other Golden (the
bigger one) Presley.
We're so proud of her GRADUATION CERTIFICATE of beginner training!!
Thanks again for all you do,
Stephanie Myers

 

SAM

Sam at his first breakfast at Sunrise Cafe.

SADIE

   

Sadie has filled a void in our family. We have had two Golden Retrievers who have passed. Sadie is playful and always smiling. Our children have grown and moved out, but they come by often, and so do the grand kids. Sadie gets so excited when the house is full of people. She loves when there is a sleep over, because she stays in "the pink room" with our grand daughters...and yes, in the bed too.  There's  never a dull moment around here!  It feels so very natural to have "Sadie Mae" as part of our family.  
The Roberts Gang
 

PADDY BOY

It all started 6 years ago, this past July. My husband and I have never seen eye to eye on how many dogs we should have. I wanted them all! But, he being the practical one, set limits. We had one dog, 2 cats, and who remembers what else at the time. We were watching television one night and out of nowhere he says, “You can get another dog.” Well, I was shocked! You better bet I jumped all over that! I was really skeptical though! At that time, houses were going into foreclosure by the dozens and people were abandoning their pets like crazy! I was afraid, to say the least, of going to the shelter to adopt a dog without knowing some history. You see, our house was quite harmonious and I didn’t want to upset that! And I never believed in buying a pet from a breeder!!! There are just too many that need rescuing! So, with those restrictions I certainly never in a million years thought I, of all people, would be blessed with a Golden Retriever! Well, one day while driving West on the Summerlin Expressway I pulled up behind a white Jeep Cherokee. It had a license plate frame that said, “GRRSN Golden Retriever Rescue”. I had never heard of the rescue before. I surely believed that this was a sign from my Maker. I look for those all the time! I ran right home and got on line. There was a dog I liked, Sheila. I put in a call to GRRSN. The next day that dog was labeled “adoption pending”. There was a new dog named Charlie so I called again. Katie called me back. We made arrangements for her to bring Charlie over. In the meantime, the foster Mom called him Paddy Boy because his fur was so red. She thought he needed an Irish name. They came over and it was love at first sight! He was nobody else’s dog but mine! We had 6 glorious, fabulous, unforgettable years together with lots of thanks to the Golden Retriever Rescue of Southern Nevada!!!!! Unfortunately, I am sending this email to you because it is time to add Paddy Boy to the Rainbow Bridge’. He passed away the morning of September 15th at the great, old age of 14!

Sandy P  

RUSTY

   

“I think we have a dog for you, Sue.  His name is Rusty.”  It was a telephone call from Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada to my mom. 

And, it was the message relayed to me from my Mom.  It had been only a matter of weeks since losing “Champ,” my Mom’s treasured golden who had also been a rescue golden.  Cancer had taken him quickly and the loss was still tender.

We talked it over and there were several e-mail exchanges about this newly found golden retriever who had been turned in by a man who said he had found him wondering in the desert. Was my mom ready for a new dog this soon?  In addition, how big was he?  She is in good health, yet, at the age of 85, I had serious concerns about his size, strength, obedience, temperament. 

OK, I had concerns. . . .

A day and time were arranged to meet ‘Rusty’ at a local veterinarian office close to where my mom lives in Summerlin.  We were both excited and hesitant at the same time.  Waiting in the lobby, the side door opened and out bounded ‘Rusty’ into my mother’s open arms.

He is gentle, loving, and obedient.  Most of all, he is a true companion for my mom.

Thank you golden Retriever Rescue!

Here is a picture from that initial greeting and one of Rusty in our back yard with Mom.  

 

SANDY

  

  Sandy has been a true blessing in our lives! Our family was dealing with an unexpected death in the family and the loss of our 16 year old Lewellyn Setter, and we decided to cheer ourselves up with a Golden Retriever. 

She has created so much joy in our house by continually playing with her stuffed animals (it looks like a zoo around here), trying to engage her new friend, the Schnauzer, in wrestling matches, learning how to get the morning paper, and showering us with dog kisses throughout the day. 
 
We think she's adjusting great to our home. She has put on a healthy amount of weight, her coat has turned a deeper shade of red and is much thicker and she's happy. Her head is held high, she doesn't cower anymore and she now sleeps with us at night. 
 
She has learned to trust her new parents and we love our new addition to the family!
 
Thank you to Diane and the Golden Retriever Rescue for bringing Sandy into our lives. 
 
Chip Croop & Stacy James 

BUDDY

As you may remember from our application to golden retriever rescue, we had
not been without a dog in our entire 47 years of marriage.  For the first
time, we took a year and a half break after our last dog passed away.  We
have had three previous rescue goldens, along with a variety of other dogs.
When we made the decision to get a dog again, we decided we were too old for
housebreaking and a puppy.  Our request was for a two year old male.  It
only took about six weeks before you called, and as you can see, Buddy is
perfect.  We wanted to send you this picture right away.  We don't have any
"together" pictures in our computer but believe me when I tell you there are
plenty on our phones including pictures of him with our grandsons in his
kennel.  He is only in his kennel when we leave the house for short periods
but he goes in there sometimes on his own, so must have been kennel trained
before we got him.

Our daily adventures include long walks.  He can do five miles but then we
have to lift him back into the car.  He recently did a three mile hike with
us and the grandkids in Red Rock Canyon.  He loves going in the backyard
with my husband when he is practicing his pitching and putting.  For
Christmas, Buddy got a tennis ball shooter.  You can shoot balls out one at
a time, and he sits patiently waiting to see where they are going to land.  

Buddy has brought so much energy and joy into our lives. And I think he knew
from day one that he was where he belonged.  We had bought him a bed the day
before we picked him up and placed it on the floor next to our bed.  The
first night, I said "Buddy, get in your bed," and no one was more shocked
than I when he actually did it.  Every night he is the first one in bed,
waiting for us to get there.

P.S.  We love the fact that he has no tail.  No more items getting swept off
coffee tables.  Just another bonus.

Thank you for your good work,


George and Olga Lyles  
 

 

 
 

"In Memory of the Goldens who Gave Us So Much"

Please consider a donation in memory of a wonderful companion. The money will support a Golden in need.

Donate Here

Please enter the special companion in the "Notes to GRRSN" during the donation process. The companion will be placed on our Rainbow Bridge Page.

Pictures intended for the Rainbow Bridge Page can be emailed to:

rescuegolden1@aol.com

The GRRSN Rainbow Bridge Page

Mail: GRRSN 7065 W. Ann Road, Suite 130-656, Las Vegas, NV 89130

 

 

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GRRSN is proud to be enrolled in this program. Our members are eligible to receive the Community Rewards Card. Every time you shop for grocries and swipe your card, GRRSN starts earning a rebate. To receive your Community Rewards Card, please email drew@bkkpng.com with Food4Less in the Subject Line. Include your name and mailing address. Watch the mail for the Rewards Card and Instructions and let's start shopping.

 

 

 

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We love to receive family stories and pictures of your new
forever golden and would love to share them with our other
Golden lovers on our facebook page, our newsletter and our blog.

 

(Please let us know if you prefer we either do not do so or if you would like your name withheld.)

 

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