Missing Golden Retriever in Dublin, Georgia – Can You Help Bring Moose Home?

Dublin, GA – Moose the golden retriever has been missing since Monday in the area of Palmetto Lakes and Walke Dairy road.

He was wearing a red collar with contact information on his tag. He is also micro chipped. If you find him, please bring him to a local vet or shelter so they can contact his humans. A possible reward is being offered.

I hope this story has a happy ending. Thanks to the media who have been very supportive. The local news even did a story:

Full story with video from 41nbc.com: A local viewer hopes you can #bringmoosehome

Photo:  Moose via Facebook

Photo: Moose via Facebook

To help, you can share via our Facebook page here or even through your Twitter, etc by sharing this link or the news story. Please help to #bringmoosehome.

Moose the Dog on Instagram @moosethedog_

Golden Retriever found 600 Miles from Home

Chesterfield, MO – Thanks to a microchip, Honey the golden retriever has been reunited with her family after three months – 600 miles away from home. Honey ran off from a farm on 05 July and the family searched and ran news ads, but no sign of Honey.

Photo KTVI

Photo KTVI

Earlier this month, Emily Wallis received a call from Honey’s vet. Honey had turned up in LaGrange, Georgia wandering along a highway and was taken in by a golden rescue organization.  At first, they were unable to detect Honey’s microchip, and she was almost re-homed to a new family.

One last check located the micro chip and Wallis was contacted by her vet.

When the Wallis’ received the news, they headed south for the 9 hour trip to bring Honey home.  She is now back safe and sound being loved by her family.

Click here for video from Fox News.

Introducing…Pirelli..The Three Legged Golden Retriever

Pirelli was born into a life of purpose.  He was born into a litter of dogs bred specifically to become service dogs.  There was just one problem.  Pirelli was born without a foot.   The Canine Assistants Organization decided that Pirelli had a different lot in life.  He would attend schools in the Georgia area and teach kids that disabilities don’t limit who you are as a person.  Such a beautiful message.

Because Pirelli is growing, he needs constant care for his prosthetic.  Please donate if you can here.

Here’s a full version of the story from The Daily Mail.

Best of Luck to Pirelli and the Canine Assistants Organization.