Dewey’s Golden Jubilee
2022 dates: May 13-14 and Sept 23-24
(Weekends of Second Sat in May and Last Sat in Sept)
It is with great sadness we share the news of the passing of Miss Clavel at Dewey”s Golden Jubilee on May 8, 2021. In her memory we have set up a fund-raiser in her memory to support the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. Click here to donate and THANK YOU!
Join us for a weekend of fun, surf, sand and Goldens galore! We will gather together for fun but also to recognize a great cause! Morris Foundation’s Gulden Retriever Life Time Study. Quite a few Golden Heroes in this study do attend this event! The relaxed schedule allows you to enjoy as much or as little interactions with other Golden families. Come enjoy the beach and beautiful towns of Dewey and Rehoboth. Check out this page for the previous gathering times.
Watch this FACEBOOK video for a taste of a Jubilee
The Jubilee is still a great way to celebrate the Golden Retriever AND support Morris Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.
Previous years brought close to 400 goldens running blissfully free on the beach, chasing tennis balls and swimming together in the surf. A bit of Heaven for everyone to witness! That will not change!
The organized registration, raffles, prizes, games, etc. will be discontinued. Check out our schedule for meet-up times..
The event is all about enjoying our furry goldens for some fun in the sun on Dewey’s dog-friendly beaches. It is a time set aside to spend quality time with our precious goldens and meet others who share the same passion for the amazing breed! And it’s free.
We encourage you to support the GRLS (Golden Retriever Lifetime Study).
The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study is one of the largest, most comprehensive prospective canine health studies 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.