Available for Adoption

Please Note

All Heartland dogs ready for adoption , have been quarantined for at least 10 days, given a medical examination; tested for worms; are current on all vaccinations (excluding Lyme); have been heartworm checked and if positive, treated; micro-chipped; spayed or neutered unless our veterinarian feels that there is a underling medical condition that would put the dog at risk having surgery. We cannot guarantee the health or age of dog, nor do we do hip x-rays. Most times we have no history on the dog whether they be owner releases or strays.
To help us cut back on boarding expenses, please consider fostering a dog and also help them adjust to a new lifestyle. As many of our foster homes often turn into permanent homes, so we do require an foster application be completed, references will be checked and a home visit conducted. Thank you for your support! The Heartland Golden Retriever Adoption team


Introducing MAXX!!! Maxx came in a week ago and we have been quietly evaluating him. Today decided how he would be in a home. So far Maxx is very good in my home. We still have a long way to go and the verdict will go for a few more weeks. Maxx is 4 years … Continue reading Max

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Liz (Adoption Pending)

Let’s welcome Liz (formerly Pepper). Liz is a caring dog and loves her toys and balls. Very very Busy Lizzie. She is very high energy. Good with everything. No bad traits. Crate trained. Liz is doing OK with Kenzie, had a small altercation but I said enough and they were fine. She is trying to … Continue reading Liz (Adoption Pending)

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Introducing Rigley. – not the best photos He is about 1yo Retriever X. Rode in the car well but does need some leash work. Currently at the kennels to get all his major things done

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Tucker (Adoption Pending)

Welcome to Tucker. What a lovebug with people but he probably needs a home by himself. Tucker is 4 yo. His blankie is his baby and he is not going to share it with another 4 legged friend.    

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Bea (Adoption Pending)

Bea is 4 years old and is adjusting to her new life. Still a little anxious. Does not do well with smaller dogs. New owners will need to relaxed, helpful and willing to make sure life is pleasurable.  

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