Lincoln

Lincoln

Lincoln is a joy and a real icebreaker. We go for two strolls a day around the neighborhood. Since getting Lincoln, I’ve met a lot of neighbors. In Lincoln’s opinion, anyone who is outside is outside because they want to pet him! He stops and…

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May

May

My name is May and I’m 3-years old. I was born in China. There, I was called “Da Mei.” I’m not ready to be adopted yet, but I wanted to let you know ahead of time because I would be very excited to have my…

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Morgan

Morgan

When a breeder discovered Morgan had a heart murmur, he relinquished her to As Good as Gold, and I became foster dad to the young pup. An exam at Purdue University Veterinary Hospital determined that she had an additional more serious issue, a malformation of…

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Lily

Lily

We contacted As Good as Gold to rescue a dog preferably over the puppy stage. We weren’t finding a good fit for our family and were on the adoption list for over a year when they called us again about, yes, a puppy! Although a…

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Bailey

Bailey

We were on the As Good as Gold (AGaG) waiting list and were interested in a young dog or a puppy.  Reviewing the AGaG website, we discovered that puppies were being fostered! Photos were included, and, of course, we fell in love with them! We…

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Grace

Grace

Coming Soon! MUST HAVES IN A FOREVER HOME:  SOMEONE WHO IS HOME MORE OFTEN THAN NOT. Grace, 4-years old The scoop I’m hearing about me is that I’m a “really sweet girl” who has “won the hearts of everyone.” Oh, my, can you detect a…

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Toba

Toba

MUST HAVES IN A FOREVER HOME:  ANOTHER DOG THAT CAN BE A MENTOR, A FENCED IN YARD Mini Golden Doodle, 35 pounds “I’m a little joy!” That’s what foster mom says of me. Why I’m a joy: I’m good with other dogs, even puppies. I…

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Chance

Chance

Chance became part of our family in January of this year.  He came to us needing some training and learning how to be a “pet” since he was believed to be a stray in Turkey.  We took him to a basic obedience class for adopted dogs…

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Jin

Jin

This 3-year-old entered the U.S. from China last fall as Gina. Her forever family changed her name to Jin. According to mom, Erin, in Chinese Jin means “gold, bright, and beautiful.” Sounds perfect! Erin and Ray adopted Jin the month she arrived. Jin was underweight…

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Javi

Javi

Our dog’s name is Javi (pronounced Havvy).  His name at adoption was Jerry, but since he was originally from Puerto Rico, we selected a new name that honored his heritage. Javi wakes us up every morning at 4 a.m. with kisses to our face, and…

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