AGA orphan Max Acworth is stealing hearts with his perfect doggie manners and lovable personality! He has already won the affection of his foster Mom, and this past weekend he made a new canine companion when he met his foster Grandma’s dog, Abbey.
Fast friends, Max and his new pal Abbey enjoyed an afternoon drive in the back seat of the car.
A full day of playing with Abbey must have worn Max out! Time for some beauty rest.
…but Max isn’t out for long! After a little cat (or should we say dog?) nap, he is back to playing with his purple bear, one of his favorite toys!
To learn more about Max, check out his biography on the AGA website.
These last few months have been VERY challenging for our rescue. We have seen so many dogs displaced.
The list of reasons is endless and so heart wrenching: I do not want the responsibility any longer. I cannot afford vet care. I cannot afford food. I do not have time for the dog.
One thing that makes Adopt A Golden Atlanta such an incredible rescue is our foster program. Our rescue is known for taking the needed step of fostering to ensure a successful adoption for the human and dog. People come to AGA because we take the time to place a dog in a foster home and figure out what the dog needs to thrive and be happy.
Guess what? We need help. We need fosters. Many dogs cannot begin their journey to a forever home until they go to a foster. If a foster is not available, dogs are stuck at the vet or stuck in boarding with an undetermined wait time.
Will you help? Fostering a dog is a wonderful gift. If you adopted from us, someone did it for your dog. Someone bridged the gap for your dog between orphan and adoptee. Have you ever thought about it?
We would love to talk to you about being a foster. Give a Golden a little bit of your time…the reward is happiness for so many!!