Mobile, Ala.- - Located on Florida's Gulf Coast, we are a group of volunteerswho share a common love for Goldens. We find good homes for Goldenswho have been abandoned, abused, or surrendered. The geographicalarea that we cover is the Florida Panhandle, west ofTallahassee.
All dogs are checked for temperament and health. We have ascreening process for adoption families, and will consider allrequests on a case by case basis.
If you, or someone you know, is looking for or considering aGolden as an addition to your family, be sure to check out some ofthe Available Goldens we have in our program. Adopting one of theseloving animals is a great experience. Additionally, if you knowsomeone who is no longer able to care for their beloved companion,we do accept those animals who are surrendered by their owners. Wewill find them the perfect “Forever Home”.
We are always in need of funds, which we use exclusively inreturning these gentle animals to good health and findingappropriate homes, and volunteers to help raise funds and awarenessand to foster newly rescued retrievers.
Please visit our website www.ECGRR.comand see the many beautiful Goldens and Golden Retriever/ Labradormixes that are available for adoption. You can also read somesuccess stories that will surely tug at your heartstrings.
You can reach our organization by logging on to our websiteor you may contact our ECGRR Pensacola Team Leader Misty Brockett -(850) 207-4664 or Steven Dauser - (850) 346-7802 or email us at email@example.com
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