Irish Retriever Rescue is a UK based registered charity which was set up in 2004 as a UK non-profit based organisation to provide a commitment to safeguarding the futures of abused, abandoned, neglected or simply unwanted Golden Retrievers.
In 2013 IRR became a fully recognised UK based registered charity. 

Welcome To Our New Website

We are delighted to welcome you to our new website. Here you will find all the information you need to adopt or foster one of our rescue dogs, or how to get involved and help out. New dogs seeking their ...
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DOGS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

Please click on individual dogs to see their full profile. 
We welcome applications for our rescue dogs you think you may be able to offer a home to.

All our rescue dogs can also be seen on our Facebook page, IRR Dogs for Adoption

Currently in foster in Scotland. Meg (lying down) and Ralph (sitting) are a bonded pair of 8-year-old golden retrievers. They Read more

Our goal is to find the perfect home for each of our dogs so they can live the remainder of their lives in a wonderful, loving environment where their individual needs are met. Read more
Due to their trusting nature, Golden Retrievers who fall in the wrong hands are easily abused. Please consider donating to help us continue rescuing these beautiful dogs. Read more
Irish Retriever Rescue works hard to ensure that every rescued dog is kept in a loving foster home for the first short period of its freedom. Read more

DOGS COMING SOON

Dogs Under Assessment in the UK

These dogs are currently being assessed in our UK foster homes and are not yet available for adoption.


Dogs Preparing for Travel

As these dogs have only just come into rescue, no information is available yet. Please check back later.


A UK based registered charity, IRR currently re-homes over 100 Golden Retrievers each year. Read more
Read about some of our successful adoptions. Read more

OTHER WAYS TO HELP

As a UK based Registered Charity IRR receives no funding or grants and relies on donations and fundraising to make up the 100% yearly shortfall from income generated by adoption fees. Read more
Order IRR branded Merchandise Read more
You can help IRR by donating your used postage stamps. Read more