GRREAT's Forever Friends
Carly.. aka “The Lady”, aka “Ruffles” brought so much energy and joy into our house. She was everyone’s best friend in true Golden Retriever form. She was a champion swimmer, food stealer, biggest lap dog ever, mascot to the MD Nationals, but most importantly, a beloved member of the family. We are going to miss those big licks so much.
In memory of sweet Kenny who lived to the ripe old age of 14yrs 8mos.
He came into our lives in 2018 as our foster and we knew on day one that we would adopt him. He had the energy of a kind gentle old soul and loved people. He brought comfort and smiles to many, including as a therapy dog. He loved the beach and spent hours napping in the sun. In between naps, he’d lay at the water’s edge letting the waves wash around him.
Kenny, may there be sand and surf, wind in your fur, and endless treats in heaven!
We lost our sweet Marlowe earlier this year. It was one of Robert’s and my happiest days when we heard we had been chosen to provide a forever home for this sweet boy, who at 10 months old was still recovering from double ACL surgery. He was in equal parts goofy and sweet, and we were privileged to share our lives with him for 11 wonderful years. – Lucy Pearson
In loving memory of PJ, who was adopted 13 or 14 years ago by Amanda Witsil when she was a veterinary student. She went on to become a critical care specialist and helped to see PJ thru many health challenges that plague Golden Retrievers later in life.
PJ was almost 16 when he passed away, a testament to the excellent care and lifetime of love that he received.
– Tina Conway, DVM, MA – Veterinary Referral Associates