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Age: 5 Months    

SEX:  Female


LOCATED:  Collegeville, PA

Say hello to Pepper! Pepper is a 5 month old Retriever mix. Pepper is potty trained, crate trained, leash trained, and knows basic commands. Because she is still little, she will need an owner who will be consistent in continuing to train her with positive reinforcement and treats. She has been professionally trained on a weekly basis since she was 13 weeks old. 

Pepper is good with children and is currently in a home with five of them. She is used to busy, active households, but also enjoys her time alone at home with just mom. She loves going for rides in the car and joining in the family's activities.

Pepper does show fear aggression towards other dogs, so she will need to be the only dog in a home, until she has been successfully trained to not be scared. She also does not like to be bothered when she is sleeping after a long day- she needs her beauty rest!

Will you give this sweet gal with beautiful coloring a home to do her favorite activity (laying in the yard and chewing a stick)?


TO ADOPT: Email Megan Ford ( or call 484-225-2170



Age: 1 year     


SEX:  Male


Approximate Weight: 65 lbs.

Hi I'm Cash! I just turned one, I weigh 65 lbs., and I’m ALL puppy! I am so high energy that TGRR sent me to a trainer who says I have the temperament and drive of a Pointer and I’d be a great hobby sport dog. The trainer also thinks I’ll do best as an only dog (I’m picky about my canine friends😁), no young kids (teenagers are OK), and no cats. A big fenced yard with a six foot or higher fence is a MUST for me since I’ve been known to jump fences. I love all kinds of balls, even deflated soccer balls. I love to fetch, tug, and I love all kinds of toys. I even love my crate! Actually, I love life!! I need someone who’s ready for my energy, has lots of patience, will continue with my training and spend lots of time with me. I wouldn’t be a good fit for a busy family without the time to devote to me, but why would they not want to? I’m so adorable! Cash is available from Triad Golden Retriever Rescue and you can apply to adopt him at


TO ADOPT: Cash is available from Triad Golden Retriever Rescue and you can apply to adopt him at


Big Mikey

Age: 3 years     


SEX:  Male


Approximate Weight: 64 lbs.

Gets Along With: Big Mikey lives with other dogs and does very well. He would do best in a home with no cats or kids.


Currently Living at: DC area foster home.


Big Mikey is Looking For:  Humans who love him as much as he loves them! Big Mikey is a big sweetie who's seeking his very own home.  Look at that beautiful, well built boy! He has a sturdy exterior but a heart of mush - this sweet boy just wants to be safe and loved in his forever home. At around two years of age, he's out of the puppy yips and has gained the wisdom of an awesome adult dog - but he's got all the energy for a young dog and is ready to trot with you! What do you say? Is Big Mikey your match for your next adventure and many more to follow?


What My Foster Says About Me: Big Mikey is an oversized goof ball who adores his people and other dogs. He lives with large and small dogs and is a happy go lucky boy. His favorite activities include chewing on sticks, wrestling with his dog foster siblings, and chasing/being chased by his dog friends. After a full day of fun he enjoys cuddling with his humans or curling up at their feet -- sometimes he even chooses to sleep in a tiny dog bed when a large one is right next to it -- so funny! Lucky Dog cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken.  All of our dogs are working on their crate training.


TO ADOPT: The adoption fee for this dog is $400, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the Adoption Questionnaire online HERE.



Ruthie is a very friendly, affectionate, completely housebroken, 11 month old Lab/Hound mix. She is spayed, micro chipped and up-to-date on all vaccines (including Lyme) and she is on heart worm preventive medication. Ruthie loves people (especially men) and other dogs.


She has some separation anxiety, and would do well in a home with another (not too small) friendly dog who can play with her and keep her company, and/or people who are home during the day.  Since she sometimes jumps up, she would not be good with small children. She has lived with a cat in the past, but I don't know how she is with cats in general.


Ruthie is very sweet, but can be stubborn, and she has some allergies (itchy skin) and gets sick in the car, though she may outgrow this. She has a medium energy level and a medium level of dominance. She usually walks well on a leash but sometimes will decide she doesn't want to come in the house on her return, and has to be coaxed up the driveway with dog biscuits. She really enjoys being outside, and so a fenced yard is required--at least four feet tall. She also will only be placed in a non-smoking home.


For more information contact Annie at:  540-951-3547 (please leave a voicemail AND your phone number when you call if Annie is not able to answer) or you can email Annie at:


Shelby and Jack

Shelby, a Golden Retriever, is about 12 years old.  She’s carefree and loves everyone and everything; her tail never stops wagging.  Jack, who is about 10 years old, is the most handsome Black Lab ever!  He can sometimes be unsure of himself and needs some encouragement, but a toss of a tennis ball that he will happily return to you, over and over again, and the worries all disappear.  Between the two of them, this fun pair love all things that Retrievers do; they love attention, being with their people, being outside, being lazy, and they are eager to please.  Shelby and Jack do not play together but they coexist peacefully and like (and need) each other’s company.  They will be best as only dogs and limited steps because Shelby, who loves to be with her people, is not able to do too many of them. Also, a dog-savvy home with children over 10 years old will be best.  Shelby and Jack can be left for a few hours during the day because they have pretty good house manners.  They are also good with cats, and they know the basic commands.  Yes, having two dogs means twice as many muddy paw prints in the house, and twice as much hair, but the best part is that it also means twice as many dogs to love who will double the love they give you back. 


This bonded pair is currently in Northern Virginia. For more information, please contact GRREAT's Adoption Coordinator,