Golden Retriever Rescue of Michigan            

Cooper Update
We would like to thank you all so much for your generous donations on Cooper's behalf.  His surgery is today and we will update you on his progress as we learn about how he is doing.  Your donations will continue to support Cooper's rehab and his long road to recovery.  
Cooper's Story
Cooper is a beautiful one-year old golden.  He is a very loving, playful and affectionate boy but has not been able to play with the exuberance and joy of a healthy pup.  He is scheduled for life-saving surgery in just a few days to repair a liver shunt that is allowing toxins to build up in his blood, making him very lethargic and causing vomiting and seizures.  Cooper's family reached out to GRRoM for help with this very expensive surgery and follow-up rehabilitation.  

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Meet Jax

Jax is one of our new surrenders. We don’t know his age.

He loves people and squeaky toys! He loves his baths, his massages and his walks.


Jax has some vision problems which we are checking on, as well as some medical issues we are addressing, so he’s not ready for the roster yet.



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Our Mission


Our mission is to locate suitable adoptive homes for homeless and displaced Golden Retrievers and to provide them with shelter, food, companionship and medical attention while they are in foster care. 

We are also committed to educating the public on all aspects of ownership.  This includes care-giving, population control, proper diet and exercise and the importance of regular veterinarian visits.

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