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Organizers of the New England Golden Jubilee​

Ginger was our first Golden Retriever, and it was because of her that we fell in love with the breed and added her sister Nutmeg to our pack.  Our third Golden, Andy, came along a few years later. We had by then become aware of the statistics related to Golden Retrievers and cancer, and we enrolled Andy in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.  Our commitment to the study is strong and became stronger still, after losing our Ginger in 2016 to Hemangiosarcoma just nine days after she was diagnosed and now our Nutmeg on New Year's Eve, 2019 to Hepatocellular Carcinoma. This event is one way we work to support the study and all things Golden.

2014. Organizers Peter, Sandy, Ginger, Nutmeg and Andy Lok at Dewey's Golden Jubilee, the event that served as the inspiration for the New England Golden Jubilee.

2015. Organizers Peter, Sandy, Ginger, Nutmeg and Andy Lok during the morning hike at the first ever New England Golden Jubilee.

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The above photos on the left are from the 2016 Jubilee, which was held shortly after our Ginger had crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Lord Grantham (Grant) is the young puppy shown.  He was born just after Ginger had crossed the bridge and came home to us when our Angel Ginger should have turned 12. We believe that Grant is her gift to us. Our sweet Nutmeg crossed the bridge on New Year's Eve 2019. She was almost 14.  Young Tori joined our pack in 2020.  She is in the middle of Andy and Grant in the photo on the right.

2015.  Ginger at

the Dog Chapel.

2015. Nutmeg at

the Dog Chapel.

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2015. Andy at 

the Dog Chapel.

2016. Grant at

the Dog Chapel.

2021 Tori at

the Dog Chapel

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