Here is your first step, a fresh, new calendar and better yet it’s full of beautiful Goldens.

The cover features one of our rescues visiting one of our less well known areas in Tucson, Aqua Caliente Regional Park. Each month in the calendar comes with a story as well as another happy dog.

You can pre-order starting now and it will be shipped to you “hot off the press”.

Just click on this and you will be taken to our store.

As we continue to navigate the frequent changes recommended to keep our volunteers and the public safe, we are also looking forward to returning to normalcy. Here are our current guidelines. 

We will be back to doing our monthly meet n greets around town as soon as it becomes cool enough for the dogs, likely October. Home visits are now back to our pre-covid practice of doing them in person. Volunteers in public will mask or not depending on their personal preferences and will respect your requests for social distancing. If you prefer your home visit person to mask, they will.

All of our other services, including answering general questions regarding Goldens, helping the public find vets, groomers and trainers and our educational outreach will continue as they have, unchecked

Keeping our promise to help these dogs has always been our number one priority and we are happy to say that nothing, even a pandemic,  has kept us from that.

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SAGRR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization, whose Mission is to rescue and re-home adoptable Golden Retrievers in Southern Arizona in safe, loving homes; thereby improving the lives of both the dog and the adoptive family.

SAGRR was founded by a group of experienced volunteers in response to our belief that by limiting our territory, we can provide more individualized care to the dogs and families we work with. In addition, we feel this approach promotes a sense of community while helping the local economy.

Lost or Found a Golden?

If you have lost or found a Golden Retriever, we have resources to help you. Click here for more information or please call us at (520) 792-GOLD.

Our Newsletter:

SAGRR offers a great newsletter that will keep you up to date about what we have been up to. To sign up or resubscribe to our newsletter, please click here.