The Latest From EGRR Jan 23

  EXPO is Coming!!! 

Save the Date, Saturday, April 11th.

EGRR will have 2 photographers at Expo this year so that we will have wonderful pictures of our Goldens to use in the 2016 calendar.  If you have your pictures take at Expo, you won’t have to worry about size or quality.  This will all be taken care of for you.

Everglades Golden Retriever Club Hosts Certificate of Conformation Assessmeimagent


Have you ever wondered if your rescued Golden Retriever measures up to the breed standard?  We are not talking about a show dog here, just one that meets the standard.  On Saturday, February 28th, you can find out.  Not only can your dog earn a title, but you will get a wonderful education.

For further information, click Info. For the entry form, click Entry.
Questions? Contact Hermine.

 Don’t just take your dog for a walk — Take your Walk for a Dog! 


Do you have a smartphone?  (iPhone or Android) Do you walk your dog?  If you said “yes” to both of these, then you can earn money for EGRR!!!

Support EGRR simply by walking your dog! Use the app each time you grab for the leash. It’s healthy for you, your dog, and for EGRR.

To learn more, go to, and download the app. The FAQ page on the Wooftrax website will guide you through the registration process. Then you can support EGRR every time you walk your dog.


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Mark Your Calendar

The next EGRR Open Board Meeting will be held on Saturday, February 21th, at Hermine’s house in Delray Beach.  Now the Palm Beach County folks have no excuse not to attend.  In addition, this will be a daytime meeting starting at 11 am, so if you are too tired to come after work, or don’t like to drive at night, this meeting is for you.  We hope to be finished by about 1:30, so you will still have most of the day for other things.

We will continue our Expo planning at this meeting  Bagels and assorted spreads will be served at this breakfast meeting. For directions or to RSVP contact Hermine.

Winter 2015 Newsletter Is Almost Ready!

To preview one of the articles, click here

 Highlights to include:
- Cody’s story
- Meet Diane W, a new Board member
- ILP/PAL registration
- Dental health

EGRR Is A Proud Supporter of the Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study

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To learn why click here

Another Successful MAF Walk for EGRR & EGRCimage

The weather was perfect and everyone who came out to walk had a wonderful time. Our team raised $1386 by walk time and the walk raised $23,097. There are still 2 more weeks to donate so the numbers may still increase. We had the third greatest number of team participants this year, which was great! New picture coming soon.

Category: News
Riley Jan 20

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Gender: Female

Age: 10 years

Status: In foster home

Riley was surrendered to EGRR along with her “brother” Rascal.  They were owned by a gentleman during the course of his first marriage.  When that marriage dissolved they stayed in his loving care, however, he later remarried and the family now consisted of his Goldens, 2 Pomeranians and a young child.  As time passed, a new baby joined the family, and you guessed it, the Goldens had become personae non gratis.  Although the husband really loved these dogs, he was not going to fight his wife on the issue and sadly he turned them over to us.

We were told that Riley and Rascal were very bonded and had to be placed together, so we waited and waited for a good home for both of them.  After a while, the kennel staff informed us that both dogs were happiest when they were away from each other.  Whether it was the close quarters of a kennel run, or whether they preferred to be apart once they were comfortable in their surroundings, we do not know, but we listened to the folks who knew them best at this time, and decided to separate them.  Rascal went home with a former adopter, who had been eying him for a long time.

So now it is Riley’s turn to find her “forever” home.  She is as sweet as can be and loves attention.  She came to us grossly overweight with a coat that was a matted mess.  She had to be shaved, but now her beautiful coat is growing back.  A special diet has enabled her to lose weight, but she still has a ways to go.  Even when she was obese, she was still active and loved to run and play ball. We have decided that Riley would do best as an only dog – she needs attention and that situation will assure that she gets it.  If you would like to meet this active senior, please contact EGRR and ask about her.  She will be a great addition to almost any household.