A 60 pound, 1-1/2 year old cutie named Grace has just arrived! Her family’s schedule is such that they cannot spend enough time with her, so they made the tough decision to let Coastal find her a new home. She is described as both “laid back” and “high energy” so she certainly sounds like a typical Golden pup. Loves to be petted and hugged, enjoys chewing on her toys and playing with children and adults, and doesn’t appear to have any fears or issues – other than being very energetic. Grace is up to date on all vaccines, heartworm negative, and has a microchip. She is crate trained, housebroken, rides well in cars, loves to walk, and knows some commands. More updates as to her personality, as we hear from her foster family.
JETER (IS GOING TO A GREAT HOME!)
Meet Jeter. Jeter has been surrendered to us because his family is unable to give him the attention and care he needs. They are very sad, but we promised to find him the perfect home! Jeter is 6 years old, beautiful as you can see, and very smart. He knows quite a few commands, gets along with cats, dogs and children, and is very loving. He has a little fear of thunder and doesn’t like to be left alone, but he has never been destructive. He loves to play and is loyal to his family. Jeter will be neutered in a couple of days and spend a week or two with a foster family. He is current on all vaccines and has a microchip. Stay tuned for updates!
HARLEY (HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!!!!!)
Coastal welcomes HARLEY, a 4 year old Golden boy, into rescue. His family had to move out of their home and into an apartment (with a 2 year old baby) and can no longer care for their Golden. He is reported to be very sweet, good with children, and he doesn’t bark. Stay tuned for more details!
This is another courtesy post for our valued veterinarian friend. Meet adorable little Maggie! With ears like that, how can you resist? Maggie was picked up as a stray, is spayed, 6 years old, has her own microchip, is very sweet and friendly with everyone, good with other dogs, doesn’t show interest in cats, and is housebroken. If you would like more information on Maggie, please email us at email@example.com or call our rescue at (904) 868-3308.
***CLIFFORD*** COURTESY POST FOR A VALUED VETERINARIAN FRIEND OF OUR RESCUE ( HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!!!!)
Meet Clifford! We met him this afternoon and he loves to give kisses and, of course, will do anything for a treat. Clifford is an 11 month old male, plays well with others, and knows “sit”, “shake” and “down”. Since he’s a young puppy, his attention span is short, but he loves attention and to play. He was very interested in the kitties in the veterinarian office, but cautious. We think he must have been popped once or twice. LOL! He is a sweetheart and Golden in color. He looks to be a hound dog, but we think he may be a Rhodesian Ridgeback. All muscle and very beautiful. If you would like more information on Clifford, or would like to meet him, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call us at (904) 868-3308. Clifford is waiting for your call!
Well, my parents had to give me up because of military deployment, but thank goodness they took me to a place where I could find a nice new home! I am 10 years old, a very beautiful lady as I’m sure you will agree, very sweet and loving. My vaccinations have been updated and I will soon have my very own microchip! One thing I also have that I really don’t want or need is heartworms. But the good folks at Coastal will get those pesky worms taken care of, and I’ll be as good as new in no time. I am a very social girl and love being around people and other dogs. As soon as my foster family gets to know me a little better, they will let everyone know more about my personality. Stay tuned!
TOBY (HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!)
Hi! I’m Toby, and I’m ready to play!!!! I’m 10 months old and as cute and beautiful as a Golden Retriever ever was. I’m up to date on my vaccinations, neutered, have my own microchip, and am looking for a wonderful new home. I love, love, love, to play and chew on things, but if you make sure I have a bone or a tennis ball at all times, I’m one happy camper! They tell me I need a little more training as I do love to pull on my leash when I’m being walked. I sit on command, lie down and will wait when you tell me to – but only if I know you have a tasty treat waiting for me! I would probably do best in an active family with the time and patience to train me in basic obedience – not pulling on my leash and not "mouthing" anything but my tennis balls! I am housebroken and love to give and get kisses. A fenced backyard would be perfect for me to run off some of my endless energy at my age. If you might like to meet me, to www.coastalgrr.org and complete an adoption application on the forms/fees/policies page. Tell them Toby sent you!