Don’t miss this GOLDEN opportunity to have photos of these Beautiful Animals hanging in your home or office! ______________________________________________________ Calendars Cost $10.00 each + shipping (sales tax included for NYS Residents) Shipping Charges: Up to 4 Calendars = $4.00 5 to 7 Calendars = $6.00 8 or more Calendars = $8.00 ______________________________________________________ SORRY, A 2019 […]
Have your GRROWLS dog featured in our 2020 calendar! Make your pup a star for a month. If the photo of your dog is chosen, your dog will be featured as the monthly photo on our 2018 Calendar. There is no cost to enter. Rules for the GRROWLS Calendar Contest All pictures must be […]
GRROWLS has a new Pet Emergency Information Form. Please download it HERE.
What if something happened to you? Who would take care of your Golden? Please take a moment to read this article, courtesy of GRCA-NRC.
Return Used Printer Cartridges for $$$ GRROWLS receives money for each ink jet cartridge returned. Email Martha at email@example.com to get prepaid mailing labels. Save at least 20 used inkjet cartridges (no Epsons), put them in a box, stick on the prepaid label, and take the box to a UPS Store or hand it to […]
You can help GRROWLS while shopping at Amazon.com. Amazon will donate .5% of your purchases to GRROWLS if you designate GRROWLS-NY as your charity of choice at: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/14-1795123. After you register, it’s important to sign into Amazon as you normally would, using Smile.Amazon.com as your sign in website.
The Morris Animal Foundation is a Canine Lifetime Health Project. According to the website, www.caninelifetimehealth.org, “We’re looking for a few good pups — 3,000 to be exact — to be part of the most groundbreaking study ever undertaken to improve the lives of dogs”. Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study tracks volunteer dogs’ health […]
GRROWLS takes in quite a few Senior dogs (over age 8) and a few Special Needs dogs each year. Won’t you consider giving one of these loving dogs a safe and happy place to call home?