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ORGANIZATION: Golden Retriever Rescue & Adoption of Needy Dogs (GRRAND)

  • 22 people are interested
Woody adopted in 2013

Provide a foster home for one of our dogs waiting to be adopted. This requires general care of the dog, working to assess his/her behaviors, providing basic training skills for good dog behavior, and being able to show the dog to prospective adopters.

Knowledge of Goldens and their behavioral needs, securely fenced yard, ability to communicate effectively with GRRAND representatives and prospective adopters, and ability to assess the suitability of a family to adopt the foster dog. Knowledge of GRRAND's policies and procedures is required and the foster family must be vigilant about the safety of the dog.

To get started with a foster application go to: grrand.org/online-foster-application/

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About Golden Retriever Rescue & Adoption of Needy Dogs (GRRAND)


PO Box 6132, Louisville, KY 40206, US

Mission Statement

Golden Retriever Rescue and Adoption of Needy Dogs (GRRAND) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Goldens and needy dogs that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected along with those who are the victims of changed life circumstances such as financial hardship, divorce, allergies, relocation, illness, or death.


We rescue golden retrievers, golden mixes, and other needy dogs and provide both medical care and if needed behavioral training prior to placing them in screened adoptive homes. We have a presence in the greater areas of Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati, and Dayton.




We'll work with your schedule.


Greater Cincinnati AreaCincinnati, OH 45202



  • Animal Care / Handling




  • Must be at least 18
  • Foster families are needed on a daily basis as new dogs are rescued by GRRAND; however it is up to each volunteer foster family to determine how often they want to open their home to a new dog. Dogs stay in foster care from a few days to months.

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