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


Fletcher has had a brilliant life since he came into the programme about 7years ago.  Unfortunately, due to her illness, the Mother was unable to care for him and the beautiful slim dog that we knew about has quickly grown in leaps and bounds and so is on a diet.   He gets on well with … Continue reading Fletcher

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Louise is a Golden/AussieX.  She is a very sweet girl and in her foster home was OK with dogs and cats there.   She loves to just sit with someone and just be happy.  She is about 9-10yo.

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Josh, 5/6mo, looks like he has Golden in him, love dogs and car rides. Will need to be on a foster contract until he is old enough to get neutered.  

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Introducing Boone – A Golden X, will be 2 yo in May. Boone is incredibly sweet and loving and very trainable. He listens well and is food motivated. He is possessive with food and toys and will growl bark if they get too close to him. No children under 8. Full vacs, MC, neutered.  

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Gabbie is a Senior Spaniel x Retriever and are estimating her to be at least 8 years of age. X-rays show a little arthritis and there is some calcification on her ankle which leads us to believe an old injury which was left untreated. Gabbie’s bloodwork came back good. Gabbie needs to be placed where … Continue reading Gabbie

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