Are you looking for a journey filled with love and devotion, laughter and happy times, eternal gratitude and major snuggles? A special wisdom that can only be acquired with age? Do you want to share your life and love with a Golden, but no longer have the time or energy required to keep up with a puppy or crazy teenager? Adopting a sweet, gray-faced Senior can give you all of this and more. In addition to being "low-maintenance", a Senior will joyfully remind you, on a daily basis, of life's simple pleasures - never pass up the opportunity for a quick nap in the shade of your favorite tree, or a dip in the lake on a hot summer day - always have a hidden stash of tennis balls handy - keep a Golden smile on your face at all times - and most importantly, start every morning with a happy woof in your heart and be grateful you're sharing it with those you love.
Although your time with a Senior will probably be less than with a younger Golden, every day you spend together will be full of love, laughter and sweet rewards. You will never regret the day you promised your love to a Golden Oldie - in fact, you'll be willing to do it again in a heartbeat.
If you are interested in adopting a Senior Golden, please visit Available Dogs to find the Seniors in need of a loving, forever home.>
13 Reasons Why You Should Adopt a RAGOM Autumn Senior Golden!
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Autumn Seniors are always
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Wondering if you should adopt one of RAGOM's Autumn Seniors but need help deciding?
Here's 13 Lucky Reasons why we think you should!
1. Autumn Seniors are almost always house-trained. Just show them the door and where to go potty, or take a few gentle walks; and they figure it out in no time. Accidents happen with all dogs, but much less often with an Autumn Senior.
2. Autumn Senior dogs are not teething puppies, and won't chew your shoes and furniture or clothes or carpet or woodwork. They are content to gnaw on a raw bone or rawhide and ignore everything else.
3. You can teach an old dog new tricks! Autumn Seniors have great concentration and are pretty smart because they've mellowed and matured. Therefore, they learn quickly. Unless you have bacon in your pants, they will focus on what you have to say and what you want!Read more.
Additional Websites to VisitThe Senior Dogs Project   ·   Friends For Pets   ·   Sanctuary For Senior Dogs
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