No one shares the love better than a Golden Retriever. Their unconditional love is the best! In the spirit of a Golden Retriever's love, AGA wishes a Happy Valentine's Day to all of our donors, adopters, fosters and volunteers. We just love you!
Thanks to you, AGA is one of the largest Golden Retriever Rescue organizations in the U.S. And a very special thanks from all of our AGA orphans.
SAVE THE DATE: GOLDEN GALA, APRIL 29
Watch this special message from Holden the Golden and don't miss the best Golden party in America benefiting abandoned Golden Retrievers! Mark your calendar for Saturday evening, April 29, at Flourish. Honorary Chairs are the Wright Family -- Cecilia & Allen Wright and Kristen Wright Novay & John Novay. Check out the Save the Date Card for sponsorship and ticket information.
Sunday, February 5 12 noon - 2 p.m. @
4958 Lower Roswell Road Suite 124 Marietta, GA 30068
Orphan of the Month
Thumper is a 4-year-old Great Pyrenees.
February Orphan of the Month
He came to AGA as a puppy and was adopted, but returned recently since his family could no longer keep him.
He's a sweet, good boy. He needs a fenced yard because he likes to roam and he is on prescription food.
Watch Thumper's video to see what he is looking for in an adoptive family and then come meet him at Adoption Day.
SAVE THE DATE
GOLDEN OPEN Golf and Tennis Tournaments
Monday, April 10
Golden Open Golf Tournament
White Columns, Milton
Monday, April 17
Golden Open Tennis Tournament
Country Club of the South
SILENT AUCTION DONATION
Donate a Gift Card on Sunday
We're going to auction off a Gift Card tree at Golden Gala so we need lots of Gift Cards. Restaurant gift cards, gas cards, store gift cards....you name it...in any amount. If you are coming to Adoption Day on Sunday, bring it then or mail one to Adopt a Golden Atlanta, PO Box
420256 Atlanta, GA 30342.
Thanks so much for helping!
ASK THE VET
Tips for Caring for Senior Dogs
Senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. A Golden Retriever might be considered senior by 8-10 years of age. Genetics, nutrition, environment; all of these play a role in how fast your dog ages. Check out this article to learn what to expect as your dog ages and how you can help.
ASK THE TRAINER
Chasing,and How to Identify High Prey Drive
Dogs that chase are exhibiting a perfectly natural behavior. They are not being aggressive; they are simply satisfying their prey drive. How do you manage your dog's prey drive and how do you recognize high prey drive?