Welcome to Golden Retriever Freedom Rescue!
Hotline: 303-749-8499 Email: Staff
Golden Retriever Freedom Rescue, Inc., is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), all volunteer organization. We have placed over 2500 Golden Retrievers since we were founded in 2001 in permanent, loving homes!
Want to Adopt?
Want to help save a dog's life?Become part of the rescue network! We need people to help transport (local and long distance), help with home visits and fund raising, etc. Could you provide foster care? Please head to our volunteer page and fill out this short form and we will be in touch. Also, if you frequently travel down I-70 or I-80 and could pick up a dog or two on your way back to Colorado, please contact us.
Need to re-home your Golden or Golden mix?Click here for more information on surrendering, or re-homing, your dog through our program.
|Sun Mar 16 @11:00AM - 01:00PM|
GRFR Meet & Greet
|Tue Mar 18 @ 3:00PM - 09:00PM|
Pints for Purpose - Copper Kettle Brewing Co
|Sun Mar 23 @11:00AM - 01:00PM|
Sipping N' Painting FUNdraiser
|Sat Apr 05 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM|
Dog Wash FUNdraiser
|Sat Apr 05 @ 1:00PM - 03:00PM|
VIP Tour at New Belgium Brewery - FUNdraiser
VIP Tour of New Belgium Brewery for a Good Cause!
One of GRFR's own is in need of help! GRFR has organized TWO VIP tours of New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins to benefit Jeremy and Cary Rentola, long time volunteers and 4 time GRFR forever family. See attached brochure for more info on these special events and to find out how you can attend. Don't miss this great opportunity to see the beautiful New Belgium Brewery for a good cause! To learn more about this cause and the reason for GRFR's involement please visit the Rentola's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/jeremyrentola.benefitpage?fref=ts
2014 Calendars Reduced to $5!
The 2014 GRFR calendars are nearly sold out. We have reduced the price to $5 to clear out our inventory. Order them here!
If you haven’t seen the 2 new t-shirts available you don’t want to miss these. Check out the Retro style in burgundy and stone blue, and the fetch anyone t-shirts in Ash! You are going to want to order yours early…..they are going fast! See everything on our Merchandise page!
Serioz Pizzaria is offering to donate 20% of your purchase back to GRFR! At either Serioz location, just mention that you would like the donation to Golden Retriever Freedom Rescue. Whether it's at their Downtown restaurant or at the Lowry location, it's great food for a great cause! Check out their menu and get directions from the Serioz Pizzaria website.
Did you know that you can establish recurring donations to GRFR using many on-line banking facilties? Although we cannot support automatic monthly donations through PayPal™, your bank may provide the ability to set up monthly payments to GRFR. If you'd like to set up automatic recurring donations, please check with your bank.
Shop for GRFR
Non-prescription pet care supplies, home-baked dog treats, and more! We've added new retail partners. Check it out.
We have a number of dogs with special needs!
If you're interested in helping GRFR help dogs that come in needing some extra medical or rehab care, please see their stories on our Special Needs page. If you just want to help out, please consider a donation - use the button below. Or volunteer!
What Gender? What Color?
Think you want a female dog?
Many of our fosters prefer fostering males because they're easier to integrate into our multi-dog homes. If you're thinking you only want to consider a female dog, please read this!
Abbey: A Black Golden Success Story
My husband and I proudly announce another success story with GRFR! On June 18th, 2013, another beautiful baby girl came into our lives. Being Golden Retriever lovers, and having a great experience with GRFR, it was easy to return to this organization. This time we chose a gorgeous black dog, a precious gem, and named her Abbey (formerly known as June/Lucy). She's a Flat Coated Retriever, whom we affectionally describe as a "Black Golden" and she is amazing! Read more.
Natural Disasters and Your Dogs
It seems that Mother Nature has been very active lately. Between wide-spread wildfires and devastating floods, people have to be ready to leave their houses at a minute’s notice. If you live in an area that is used to being in the line of natural disasters, you probably already have an emergency plan: what will you take, where will you go, how will you get there? But have you asked who you will take? Read more.