We found The Golden Retriever Club of Greater Los Angeles Rescue while we were looking for breed specific rescues to interview. Holli Pfau’s interview had led us to Golden Retrievers and we wanted to learn more about this very popular breed and GRCGLA Rescue’s challenging work in rescuing, helping and rehoming Goldens. GRCGLA Rescue is a non-profit organization founded in 2001, operates in 6 Southern California counties, has taken in over 3,500 Golden Retrievers since 2003 and has around 40 dogs for adoption right now.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Sandy Diamond, President of GRCGLA Rescue, and learning more about the temperament and qualities of Goldens. We’re grateful to share about their program Project Taiwan as well as what you should know if you are thinking of starting your own rescue, sanctuary or foundation. Also, Sandy shared her perspective on rescue work and what they need the most for their mission to continue helping Golden Retrievers. If you want to foster a Golden over the holidays – or beyond – please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golden Retriever Club of Greater Los Angeles Rescue
Sandy recommends the following to our audience:
Book: Love Has No Age Limit by Patricia B. McConnell, PhD and Karen B. London, PhD
Journal: The Whole Dog Journal subscribe at www.whole-dog-journal.com
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