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FOR TREATMENT OF CONGENITAL OR HEREDITARY
MEDICAL CONDITIONS SUCH AS CANCER OR HIP DISPLAYSIA
The Stecker Fund was established in July 2005 with a grant from the Miller Group Charitable Trust in honor of As Good as Gold members Jerry and Laurie Stecker. Monies from this fund pay for the treatment of congenital or hereditary medical conditions of golden retrievers such as cancer or orthopedic diseases. Your secure online donation to the Stecker Fund is the perfect way to help provide medical care for rescued goldens with hip or elbow dysplasia, lymphoma, hemangiosarcoma, and osteochondrosis. Thanks to The Stecker Fund, Scarlet (pictured right) had FHO surgery on both hips and can now run happily and pain free.
FOR CARE & PLACEMENT OF SENIOR GOLDENS
Elsa’s Fund was established in March 2007 in memory of beloved senior golden retriever Elsa Sweeney and in honor of Robin & John Sweeney’s devotion to senior goldens. Donations made to Elsa’s Fund will be used to pay for veterinary care of dogs eight years of age or older and to offset the waived adoption fee for families who adopt through our Golden Years program. Your secure online donation to Elsa’s Fund will help ensure that the special medical needs of senior goldens are met and that the Golden Years program is sustained for years to come.
FOR CARE OF GOLDENS THAT ARE UNADOPTABLE
DUE TO AGE/MEDICAL CONDITIONS
Bentley’s Fund was established in May 2010 to care for golden retrievers who enjoy a good quality of life but are unadoptable due to age and/or medical condition(s). Originally knows as the Long Term Care Fund, it was renamed in January 2013 in memory of Bentley, a four month old puppy born with three heart defects that came to As Good as Gold in March 2012. Initially given only a few months to live, Bentley survived past his first birthday and enjoyed a happy life with his foster family. His story touched the lives of many while in Long Term Foster Care. Your secure online donation to Bentley’s Fund will help ensure that unadoptable goldens continue to receive excellent and appropriate medical care while living in a loving foster home.