When a Golden Retriever comes into GRRSN, they are placed in a foster home. All Goldens will have received any needed vaccinations, will be spayed or neutered and microchipped before they are ready for adoption. Any immediate medical concerns are met. The dogs are evaluated for temperament and personality to determine compatibility with other dogs, cats and children. We want to make sure a good match is made and your new Golden will become a much loved member of your family.

Click on the picture of the Golden you are interested in learning more about. You may also see more photos of each available dog on our shelter’s page at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NV66.html.


Meet 5-year-old Mae! Mae is a beautiful yellow Lab and is a bundle of LOVE! She is very affectionate, loves to get her tummy rubbed, always has a paw for you to shake, and is very generous with [...]


Meet Bounty! Bounty is 8 years old and a female.  She was given one of those cool unisex names, but this little sweetheart is all girl! Bounty is a little shy, but as sweet as they come. Bounty [...]


Cole is a 9-year-old Golden Mountain Dog. You may be asking yourself what breed is that…? Well, it’s two of the most wonderful breeds mixed together: our beloved Golden Retriever and [...]


Welcome 7-year-old Ginger into the rescue! Ginger, along with her brothers and sister, found herself homeless and living at an Arizona shelter after her owner died suddenly. Despite living in [...]

GRRSN does have basic guidelines for adoption and for placing dogs. You will first need to fill out an Adoption Application. You can fill out the application online (look for the Adoption Application button). You can also print out an application and fax or mail it to us.

While we try to keep our site current, some of these dogs may no longer be available.
Should that occur, please trust that we will make every effort to find just the right dog for you.