Meet Gunner and Reagan!

Reagan and Gunner have been adopted! Thank you to everyone for your interest!

GRRIN has two very special dogs in foster care that we would like to adopt together. Gunner and Reagan’s bio is below – they are quite the pair! If you are considering adoption, please note:

  • Do you have a physical fence and is the fence attached to your home so that a dog can safely access the yard?
  • Do you plan to keep the dog inside when you are not at home?
  • Do you plan to have the dog live inside the house and be a part of the family?
  • Can you afford to spend upwards of $1000 per year to cover the standard medical costs for a large dog which include year-round heartworm/parasite treatment, annual vaccinations, and emergency vet expenses?

If you answered “yes” to these questions and would like to learn more about adoption, call our Goldline at 402-330-6680 and a volunteer will help you begin the application process.

About Gunner and Reagan…

Hi! My name is Gunner, and this is my little “sister” Reagan. We are both three-year-old golden retrievers, but not from the same litter. We lived with the same family together and were surrendered to GRRIN by them. Reagan is two months younger than me, so I consider myself the spokes-dog.

Reagan and I are both very loving and carefree dogs. We came from a family where there were several other dogs, cats, and children of all ages.

I would like to tell you a little more about Reagan and myself. We both love running and romping with each other. Toys and playing catch are favorite games of ours. We love the outdoors. Being close to our people is a top priority for both of us. Reagan and I absolutely love people of all sizes, and we got along fine with other dogs and cats in our previous home. We are cuddlers and pleasers.

Reagan and I are still working on a few things like not pulling on a leash. We are learning our basic skills, but because we are both so smart, we are catching on fast. I have already learned that counter surfing is not acceptable. Reagan is a little spunkier than me, so she is working on being calmer.

The two of us are crate trained, but we really don’t need to use our crates. We are house trained, and neither of us chew on anything inappropriately. We both sleep through the night, and neither of us seem to be afraid of much.

Reagan and I are looking forward to finding a furever home where we can share our love, loyalty, and gentleness. We really would like to be adopted as a pair, as the two of us have been through a lot together, and we are very bonded.

If you are a family that has room in your heart and home for two beautiful, sweet, smart, and very goofy goldens then here we are. We promise you won’t be disappointed, and there will never be a dull moment with the two of us around.