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I checked the GRRoM site and do not see her there yet BUT I have a friend who adopted a young golden last June. She is ADORABLE, the people who had her were older and found out they could not handle the energy of a puppy. I believe the pup now about 6 months old. She is so cute. I needed to put something here in case SOMEONE is looking for a young rescue.

I could not put her down when I met her in June. She is smart, sweet, friendly, and looked like a nice golden. Her name when I met her was "Cracker" after the owners former golden. She is NOT crazy. She was swimming the weekend I met her. Just a nice dog. Had to post. I can get you more information "possibly" if you want any.

My friend is re-homing her. I think something has happened in his life. He posted he won't be at dock events for awhile, and is selling his pop up and re-homing Cracker. I hope it is nothing serious. He is not a close friend, so I feel like I can't ask. May be a victim of the economy. He has SEVERAL other dogs all older so he may have to 'reduce his stock'.
 

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I checked the GRRoM site and do not see her there yet BUT I have a friend who adopted a young golden last June. She is ADORABLE, the people who had her were older and found out they could not handle the energy of a puppy. I believe the pup now about 6 months old. She is so cute. I needed to put something here in case SOMEONE is looking for a young rescue.

I could not put her down when I met her in June. She is smart, sweet, friendly, and looked like a nice golden. Her name when I met her was "Cracker" after the owners former golden. She is NOT crazy. She was swimming the weekend I met her. Just a nice dog. Had to post. I can get you more information "possibly" if you want any.

My friend is re-homing her. I think something has happened in his life. He posted he won't be at dock events for awhile, and is selling his pop up and re-homing Cracker. I hope it is nothing serious. He is not a close friend, so I feel like I can't ask. May be a victim of the economy. He has SEVERAL other dogs all older so he may have to 'reduce his stock'.

I live in Michigan too. I've always wanted a 2nd Golden and my neighbors have just lost their 13-14 year old Jack Russell; they come over to play with our golden pup because they are dog lovers and need their fix. Do you have a picture to post? I can ask if they're ready or talk with my dh about it. :) :uhoh: :)

Thanks.
 

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I was going to ask my friend at lunch if he had one via PM on my dock jumping board. I will also ask him about more contact info for "Cracker". Because I know her I feel more need to find her a home but I take any rescue information I get personally whether I know the dog or not. I can't foster (I would NEVER give up the dog) and because of recent issues with my dogs, I can afford the "not knowing" part of the history in taking in a rescue. BUT I will work to find connections and homes. Some day if I move into the country where I can have a lot of dogs, I would LOVE to rescue senior goldens and labs to have a good final home.

Hopefully I will have pictures to post soon.
 

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Here are a couple pictures of Cracker. She is smiling so hard she is squinting LOL My friend said she is not the water dog he hoped she would be, but I think there is more than just that.

She is not yet on the GRRoM site should be in about a week.
 

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Cracker is just adorable.
Thank you for trying to help her.
 
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