Adoption

Meet Our Adoptable Dogs

  • Please make sure you meet the requirements set by the foster for the dog you are inquiring about—these requirements are firm and are not negotiable.
  • Our placement team and our fosters will contact you via email within 48 hours. Please check your spam folder if you have not heard from us. We reply to every applicant.

Brandi

6 years

female

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Max

7 years

male

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Sadie

9 years

female

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Raya

7 years

female

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Rajah

7 years

female

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Nuke

1 years

male

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Jake

7 years

male

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Maggie

6 years

female

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Roxy

7 years

female

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Cricket

1 years

female

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Amber

4 years

female

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Ben/Hank

9 years

male

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Jessie

2 years

female

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Jamie

2 years

female

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Jax

7 years

male

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Arlo

5 years

male

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Holly

4 years

female

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Toby

6 years

male

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Tina

2 months

female

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Diggs

2 months

male

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Whether you are interested in adopting a puppy, a senior dog, an international dog, or any Golden Retriever, here is some helpful information to get your started:

Golden Retrievers

Golden Retrievers are known for their devotion, obedient nature, and friendly disposition. They are intelligent, sweet, and enjoy learning.

Retired Breeding Dogs

Retired breeding dogs often lack socialization and fear new environments and people. We know a loving home can give them a second chance.

Senior Dogs

If you don’t have time or energy for training a rambunctious puppy, consider adopting a sweet-natured, low-maintenance, and loving senior.

Puppies

Puppies require considerable love, time, and attention. Adopters need to devote ample time to training, socialization, and exercise.

International Outreach Dogs

RAGOM supports the rescue of dogs in peril beyond our country’s borders, such as from the streets of Turkey and the meat trade of China.