Our Rainbow Bridge page is provided to friends and supporters of Golden Rescue South Florida as a means to honor beloved Goldens.
We invite you to memorialize your beloved Golden with a photo and tribute on this page. Please send your tribute to Lisa at RJLPH@outlook.com. Donations are accepted, but not mandatory; and, may be made by sending a check (made out to GRSF) or by utilizing our PayPal link below. Your tribute will be available for you and yours to view for a year.
Checks may be mailed to:
Golden Rescue South Florida
c/o LeeAnn Runkle
PO Box 17084
Plantation, FL 33318
Donations are tax deductible and 100% of all donations go toward Golden rescue care and medical expenses.
Yesterday the rescue lost a supporter, a volunteer, an adopter and a friend to many people not only in the rescue, but on a worldwide Facebook group all about golden retrievers. Her baby Noel will miss her mommy. She fought a long hard battle and now is with her sweet baby Jack. Rest easy Rebecca.
We lost our sweet Wilson on a Valentine’s Day. He was the most amazing companion, protector, graceful swimmer and talented diver. Most of all he was a loyal and loving friend.
His story was amazing.... from being bailed out from the pet store by “Aunt Carol” to knowing he needed to be with us after we lost our dog, Zeke. He was one of those guys who just ended up where he was totally meant to be.
Although he only lived 7 1/2 years, he lived everyday to the fullest. He loved sunbathing by his pool, barking under the trampoline, stealing food when he could and showing his new little brother Mosey the ropes. We certainly were not ready for him to go, but he was ready and is at peace. After a rough day on Thursday, he rallied and spent Saturday doing yard work with his Dad and enjoying the pool one last time. I told him to tell me when he was ready and Sunday morning he did. Our house and our pool will never be quite the same. We are so sad, but relieved not to see him suffer.
Words cannot begin to describe the love we had for this majestic Golden despite the fact he was only in our lives for 2 short weeks.
“Classic Golden” is how Lisa described him and she was spot on! Full of love for all, gentle and happy. Lord only knows how much pain he was in but that tail never stopped wagging. How does a Golden, or any dog, end up with cancer being only 6 years old.
We are heartbroken but blessed to have had him in our lives! RIP Ziggy. See you and all of our other fur-babies over the rainbow bridge.