Great Pyrenees / Golden Retriever / Mixed (medium coat) : : Male : : Adult
Won't you think about adopting me?
QUINN is available!
Quinn is approximately eight years old and neutered. He was taken to the county shelter as a stray, so we knew very little about him at the time we rescued him. He was listed as a Pyrenees mix, but he may be a purebred, according to his vet. Quinn was in sad shape when he arrived and very thin, but in the past month he has thrived in foster care and is a different dog. Typically Pyrenees, he is very affectionate once he gets to know and trust you, but may be a little stand-offish at first. He can be a little fearful on walks - understandable considering his history. Although he was jealous at first, Quinn is now doing well with the resident dog. He is housetrained and sleeps through the night. We do not know how he is with children or cats. Quinn is a big dog at 75 lbs (and may top out at 85 lbs) and is very active now that he has recuperated from his travels. He needs a fenced yard.
All potential fosters and adopters must complete an application, pay the $25.00 application fee and have a home visit before being considered for any dog. If you reside in Arizona and are interested in adopting Quinn from Arizona Golden Rescue, we recommend that you visit our website asap and complete the Online Adoption Application to begin the process.
WE DO NOT ADOPT OUTSIDE OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA.
Once we receive your application and application fee, a home visit will be scheduled. Once your home visit is approved, if Quinn is spoken for, you will be placed on our waiting list. (Please be aware that your application cannot be processed until the application fee is paid.)
Our sole purpose is to find the perfect home for the dog as our dogs always come first.
Because we have new rescues coming in all the time, if the Golden that is the right dog for you is not available at this time it will probably come into Rescue and you would be notified of the availability.
Waiting times vary depending upon how specific your preferences are. The more you restrict the factors involved in choosing a dog – age, sex, coat color, etc. – the longer the wait may be before we have the perfect dog for you.
Please note: it is the policy of AGR not to place a dog less than 3 years of age with a family that has children less than 3 years of age.
If you have specific questions about our adoption process, please go to this link at our website.
Arizona Golden Rescue is organized as an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501 (c) (3) corporation. We are a charitable organization whose mission is to rescue displaced Golden Retrievers and mostly Golden mixes that have been abused, abandoned, neglected or unwanted and find new, loving, permanent homes for them. Rescued dogs are given a complete veterinary exam and their vaccines are updated; they are also micro-chipped, spayed or neutered, and tested for valley fever and heartworm. AGR provides emotional and medical rehabilitation and will pay for medications and for necessary surgeries. Through education at public appearances, AGR seeks to educate the public about the Golden Retriever breed and about responsible dog ownership, in order to help reduce the unwanted dog population.
More about Quinn
Good with Dogs, Good with Older/Considerate Kids Only, Good with Adults, Good for Seniors/Elderly, Does Good in the Car, Requires a yard, Protective, Needs special care, Obedient, Playful, Timid, Independent, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent, Even-tempered, Gentle