In Our Care

These are some of the dogs currently in one of our loving foster homes until they are ready for adoption. Our dogs come to SEVA GRREAT from owners who can no longer care for them, local shelters, or even from Turkey thanks to our international rescue partners. Their time in foster care can vary from weeks to months, depending on the dogs’ medical needs. Some need additional time to work through other behavioral issues. When they are available for adoption, those families on our approved waiting list will be notified. Not every dog that is available for adoption will be featured on our website. Sometimes, we can match dogs to prospective adopters very quickly, so you won’t see those dogs on the site. If you are interested in adopting a dog, be sure to visit the Adoption section of our website and complete an Adoption Application to be considered. We work tirelessly to find the perfect forever home for each golden
in our care.

Blaze

Blaze

Blaze is an adorable lab/golden mix, approximately 1 year old. She arrived from a rural shelter in January and settled quickly into her foster home. She loves her golden foster sibling as well as everyone she meets. She is scheduled to be spayed soon, then should be ready for adoption.

Ruzgar

Ruzgar

Ruzgar also arrived from Turkey in January. He is blind, likely due to a birth defect or prior trauma, but he doesn’t let the vision loss slow him down. He has the sweetest personality and loves to carry around his favorite “ballies”. He is around 8 years old and will soon be ready for adoption.

Behlul

Behlul

Behlul is about 6-7 years old and arrived from Turkey in January. He is settling in well in his foster home and was recently started on medication and joint supplements to help with arthritis. He also has an ophthalmology visit scheduled to evaluate possible cataracts. He is a very sweet boy, and we hope he will be ready for adoption soon.

Duke

Duke

Duke is a handsome 9-year-old who is full of personality. He loves people, petting, and belly rubs! He gets along well with other dogs but unfortunately not cats, so he needs to be in a cat-free home. Duke is currently available for adoption and hopes to find his new family soon. Because of some resource guarding at times, we recommend no young children in his forever home.

Honey

Honey

Honey is a 2–3-year-old golden mix that came from a rural shelter last summer. She has quite some time in foster care working through some fear issues, as she has been particularly fearful of men. Otherwise, she is a very healthy and loving girl, spayed, and up to date on all vaccines. She is being fostered by one of our trainers and is making great progress every day. We hope she will be ready for adoption very soon.

Kate

Kate

Kate is a beautiful young golden who is approximately a year old. Because she was not properly socialized, she is quite fearful of everything around her. Collars, leashes, and living in a loving home are completely new to her. But thanks to her wonderful foster home, she is learning how good things can be and we look forward to finding her forever home.

Remmi

Remmi

Remmi is an adorable golden-hearted boy, about 1.5 years old, who came from a rural shelter last summer. While golden in color, he may actually be more lab/hound, but has the happiest disposition. In fact, he wagged his tail so much that he developed “happy tail syndrome” and needed a partial amputation which healed well. He has also completed his heartworm treatment and should be ready for adoption soon.

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