been saving lives since 2002 and plans to continue accepting
as many orphan dogs - as space and finances allow. Your
donations will help keep our doors open to those who
need us most. We
Dogs (click HERE) in need of homes and
permanent residents who will never know the joy of living
in a family environment because they are so damaged,
old, or sick that they are best suited to living out
their lives with us - here at the Sanctuary. Please
consider giving a homeless dog a home.
You can obtain Adoption
Information and an Application by clicking HERE.
Completed applications may be emailed to: email@example.com.
we request that you don't call us until you have an
approved application on file, as it is a volunteer owned
phone. Calls will be answered when possible. For the
fastest response, please email us.
cannot adopt at this time, but would like to help
please consider the
donations are always greatly appreciated.
We feed our rescues Iams
- Donating needed
item(s) on our Wish
one of our residents. No donation is too small
- All are always deeply appreciated. Use the
PayPal button, Donation button, or mail to
AHGGRS at P.O. Box 648, Capon Bridge, WV 26711.
|| Dogs adopted
from Almost Heaven Golden Retriever Rescue &
Sanctuary are eligible for 30-Days of PetFirst
for your pet courtesy of Petfinder.com.
Almost Heaven's Adoptable Dogs Looking for Forever Homes
OUR CURRENT LISTING OF ADOPTABLE DOGS IS AVAILABLE ON PETFINDERS.
PLEASE GO TO:
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by Clicking → HERE.
These Canine Companions are too broken to leave us...except for very experienced and special homes
Panzer - Male, Golden
In over 35 years, AHGRRS has rarely seen a dog in worse shape than Panzer. We were horrified by his condition when he arrived at Almost Heaven. It was beyond anything most people will ever witness in their lifetime.
Panzer arrived at Almost Heaven infested with fleas and parasites with multiple raw and infected hairless areas on his poor body. One of his paws was so badly infected, swollen, and painful, we remain fearful our only future option may require amputating his entire leg to save his life. Both of his ears showed evidence of long term infections with a tumor on a small stalk growing out of one ear and both canals almost completely closed. Our veterinarians have been working very hard to get Panzer's infections under control. Panzer has been hospitalized twice to receive IV antibiotics and various prescribed medications.
Panzer also began showing issues with his right rear hock. He has recovered some but continues high stepping in his right rear end. This is extremely bad news as it will negate amputating his badly infected front leg - should it come to that. We remain cautiously optimistic as he seems to still be in good spirits and eating very well. He loves treats, and found a ball out in the yard that he really enjoys. He is not well enough for a roaring game of fetch, but he does like to carry the ball around.
Sponsors and donations towards Panzer's mounting medical expenses and care are always greatly appreciated. Donations can be made via PayPal using the Donate button below or by mail: AHGGRS at P.O. Box 648, Capon Bridge, WV 26711
And this is what Queenie thinks of the hat
Queenie - Female, Golden
Note: Queenie is so badly damaged by her prior "caretakers" that AHGRRS has deemed her unsafe for adoption; therefore she will remain here at the sancutury for the duration of her life.
5 - 6 year old Queenie came to us after she was
found lying next to the road, emaciated at 27 pounds.
We will probably never know the real story of how
Queenie found herself in such dire circumstances
and physical condition but, it has left emotional
scars that may never completely heal. Queenie is
a very dominant girl - she can be stubborn and single
minded. She gets along best with neutered male dogs
and she seems to like cats - actually, she just
needs a home with an experienced adopter. Someone
who can give her the space and guidance to become
accustomed to her new home and people. Once Queenie
knows and trusts people, she is a very loving, sweet
girl, but it will not be "love at first sight" for
her. We feel she would do best in a quiet adult
home with a fenced yard - although Queenie does
LOVE to go for walks on leash. She is crate trained,
housebroken, spayed, vaccinated, and heartworm negative
and on preventative.
would love to see Queenie find her furever family
and home where she will continue to blossom and
receive the love and patience she needs and deserves.
you think you might be the right home for Queenie,
please submit an application. Click → HERE
Teddy Bear - Male, Collie/Golden
Retriever/Great Pyrenees Mix
- 10 year old Panda and Teddy came to us after their
owner passed away. They were very unsocial, and
it took us a long time to gain their trust. Part
of their behavior is genetic and part of it was
from living an isolated life on a farm. Even now
- years later - they are not warm fuzzy dogs, though
they do like attention, and LOVE being inside snuggled
on their dog beds. We would love to see these two
Seniors adopted together, they are lifelong friends
(littermates), and are very bonded and dependent
on each other (especially Panda).
and Panda are available for adoption to a special
home with understanding, patient, special people.
If you are interested in offering them a furever
home, please submit an application. Click → HERE
and donations towards their care are always greatly
appreciated. Donations can be made via PayPal using
the Donate button below or by mail: AHGGRS at P.O.
Box 648, Capon Bridge, WV 26711
mower - Jake (his brother Jasper recently passed
away) - were abandoned at their prior home when
their owner was evicted from the property.
for keeping the fields "mowed" where lawn mowers