How to Surrender to Arizona Golden Rescue 
The process to surrender a Golden or Golden Mix and what happens when it is brought into the program for adoption.
 
We understand there are various reasons for a surrendering owner of a dog to have to make the difficult decision to surrender their dog into rescue
. An in-depth preliminary evaluation by an intake team member is completed before a Golden or Golden mix is accepted into our program. We at ArizonaGoldenRescue are here to try and put your mind at ease knowing that for all accepted dogs into our program, we will find a home suited to each dog's needs and personality and all bonded pairs will be placed together. 
 
If a dog is accepted into rescue, the Golden is placed into one of our foster or foster-with-intent-to-adopt (FWITA) homes. The foster or FWITA family further evaluates the dog’s personality in a home environment and often
provides some basic obedience training. Prior to adoption, all AGR dogs are given a full vet exam, including valley fever and heartworm tests, brought up to date on all vaccinations, given a microchip, neutered or spayed, and treated for any medical problems. If the foster family chooses not to adopt, an adoptive family is matched with the dog from our list of waiting approved applicants.
  

To surrender your Golden or Golden mix, please call 623-566-9247. The "WAGS Line" is answered live from 8:00 am till 8:00 pm.  Calls outside these hours will be answered by Voicemail and we will return your call the next day or at a time you designate.  You may also click this This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to send a message to our IntakeTeam. 
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