Dewey's Golden Jubilees (2019)
Dewey's Golden Jubilees are held twice a year to celebrate the Golden Retriever. Goldens not only get to run free on the beach, but they also walk in a parade in Rehoboth and relax by an evening bonfire. The humans enjoy spending an awesome weekend
with their precious pups, meet new golden friends, and just enjoy an all around great weekend. And support a great cause!
Funds raised will be help cover costs of our event with the remaining dollars going to the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, the
largest, most comprehensive prospective canine health study in the United States.
The study’s purpose is to identify the nutritional, environmental, lifestyle and genetic risk factors for cancer and other diseases
in dogs. Each year, with the help of veterinarians and dog owners, the Foundation collects health, environmental and behavioral
data on 3,000+ enrolled golden retrievers.
We all want to help our precious goldens live longer and healthier lives.
We appreciate your support!
Above photo by Cindy Flowe of Thermal Fly Drones