HOME

OUR STORY

AVAILABLE DOGS

TURKEY DOGS

APPLY TO ADOPT

VOLUNTEER

FOSTER

HAPPY ENDINGS

DONATE

SURRENDERING A DOG

HOW to FIND a LOST DOG

GOLDEN LINKS

FAQ

NEWSLETTER

CONTACT US

EVENTS

ONLINE SHOP
 



 



Shop Amazon Smile

Every time you make a purchase, a small donation is made to Love A Golden.
 
For more information
Click "HERE"
 


 

Pennies!!
Pennies!!
Pennies!!

Help us collect
 pennies
to benefit
Love A Golden Rescue.
We have reached 500,000 and are aiming for our next 100,000

Click "HERE"

for more information and to see our progress toward this goal.


 





Hi, I’m Available!

Love A Golden is a rescue organization based in St. Louis, Missouri. We strive to find the best available home for each individual Golden in our program ~ our goal is finding the Golden’s “forever home.”  If you are interested in adopting one of our Goldens, we ask that you read more about our adoption procedures by clicking HERE and fill out an adoption application.  
 
We try to keep our listing up-to-date, but some recently available dogs may not be listed yet and some listed dogs may already be adopted.
 

Click here to learn more about our Senior Life Program.

For additional information about adopting any of these Goldens, please email us at adoption@loveagolden.com

Some of our foster dogs will be at the following events.
If you're in the area, please stop by and say "Hi."


MARCH 2019
Saturday, March 9th MEET & GREET OUR DOGS!
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Treats Unleashed
1677 Clarkson Rd - Next to Trader Joe's
Chesterfield
, MO

APRIL 2019
Saturday, April 20th MEET & GREET OUR DOGS!
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Treats Unleashed
11617 Olive Blvd                Creve Coeur, MO

Please check the Events for a more complete listing of our upcoming events.

Below are Goldens looking for new homes  









Click on the photos below to get a full size image of the dog as well as additional information and/or photos if available.

Mutz
male mix

Mutz (pronounced Mootz) is a darling young mix who ended up in rescue after finding himself homeless.  A mix of what, you ask?  Really, whatever you want him to be.  He might be the rare “wee cutie-patootie antelope runner” (because he leaps when he runs).  He’s got a super soft coat, and cute Flying Nun ears.  He’s a great size – a little under 50 pounds.  We think he’s about a year old, so he won’t get much bigger. He is happy, snuggly and playful.  Mutz is treat motivated, and a quick learner, and he’s very good about coming when called.  He is kennel trained, and is “mostly” potty trained.  (His foster home is working on it.  He’s only been in rescue for a week.)  Mutz plays nonstop with the other goldens in his foster home, and when he’s tired he is content to lay on the floor with a Nylabone or cuddle on the couch.  He would be pretty happy to have another playful dog or kids in his forever home.

Adoption Pending

Click on Mutz's picture to go to his own page.



Bullet
male Lab mix
Bullet is a silly, loving Tripod probably 18 months. He was sadly shot (hence his name) in his rear knee causing a lot of pain, but his loss of a leg in no way hinders him.  He loves to be close by and is very playful. He prefers human interaction over dog play but is not dog adverse. He would love a home where he gets quality time close to his human and lots of rides in the car. He describes himself as an escape artist, so a 6-foot fence would be beneficial.  He thinks things are always greener the other side of fence!

Click on Bullet's picture to go to his own page.



Parker
male Lab mix
Parker is a 6-month old yellow lab mix estimated born in August 2018, who is such a sweetie!  He has a lot of puppy energy, but is a gentle boy. He plays with other dogs easily and respectfully. He is food-motivated and will sit, shake and lay down if there are treats handy. He was malnourished when he was found, but is steadily gaining weight. Parker has a “puppy” curiosity, but is easily redirected to investigate things that are safe for him. Parker needs a family who will take the time/patience to train and exercise him. He is pretty well house-trained but has occasional accidents.  He does very well in his crate when alone in the house or at night. He likes to climb up on laps for cuddles and has loads of love to share!

Click on Parker's picture to go to his own page.



Jax
male Lab mix

Jax is a 2-3 year old yellow lab mix who is such a sweetheart.  He is a pretty calm boy for how young he is, but loves to play and run around outside with our dog.  He would do well in a house with other dogs to show him the ropes of being an indoor dog.  He has gotten over his fear of thresholds for the most part but is still leary of tight spaces and long runs of stairs. He now knows what treats are and is a pretty  quick learner and good leash walker. He's not a huge fan of car rides but we think, given some time and more encouragement, he could learn to like them. We think he'd be great in a house with older kids and other dogs who would play with him, take him for walks and give him lots of cuddles.

Adoption Pending

Click on Jax's picture to go to his own page.



Bruce
male Lab

Bruce is an 8 yr. old chocolate lab who is looking for a forever home. He loves to play and run in the yard. He loves balls and toys. He is a handsome boy.! He has learned that riding in a car is not a bad thing and can now relax while he rides. He needs practice walking on a leash. He will do best in a home as the only dog, he loves attention and he enjoys meeting people. He is quite a tail wagger!   Due to his aging hips he will need a home with minimal stairs.

Click on Bruce's picture to go to his own page.




Cammie
female

Cammie was noticed wandering around with her head hanging low in a fenced in run behind a local vet office. Her owner had passed away, which had left Cammie homeless. She is 15 years old. Cammie suffers from being quite a bit overweight, has a mammary tumor, low kidney function, a tumor on her right eye and general lack of mobility. Our idea was that we could turn her around a bit so that she could ride off into the sunset with some doggy dignity. We took Cammie in because we enjoy giving quality end of life care for seniors. Since taking her in, she has lost several pounds on a new diet, recovered some of her eyesight with the use of some medicated eye drops and has become a lot more mobile. She already has a much higher quality of life.  Cammie would love to have a foster buddy or two to help with her eye medicine.  We know she isn’t a golden, but she sure has a golden heart and spirit!


Click on Cammie's picture to go to her own page.






To see how you can help our Goldens
while they are in our "Foster Homes",
-please click
HERE!

 

 

TO SEE MORE GOLDENS
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
 IN THE ST. LOUIS AREA CLICK ON:

DIRK'S FUND

.
 

See us on Facebook:

This Page was last updated on March 16, 2019.