Tasha arrived here from a breeder's place in Rochester. She doesn't want to have any more litters, so I guess that is why they gave her up. She hasn't told us much about her previous life, but I think she must have been around people before living at the breeder's place. She loves people, and can't seem to get enough pets and pets and brushing. My humans are wondering why I don't behave as well as Tasha, when it comes to getting brushed! This gal really soaks up the attention around here! I'm a bit jealous!
Here is what I can tell you about her. The vet says she is about 6 years old. She arrived here with a few parasites, and ear infections, but she is just about finished with her meds. She has a doctor's appointment tomorrow, to be spayed. I don't really know what that is, but I won't be going along for that trip. She got all her shots last week. No complaints and everyone at the vets made a bug fuss over her, being so good.
She really doesn't like her crate, so the humans are letting her sleep with us on the floor in their bedroom. Good thing though, cause she has not had one accident in the house! She is a little timid, so I haven't been bugging her to play, but just the other day, she started playing with me. What fun! She loves the pool! She is friendly to the neighbors, and hasn't barked at any of my neighboring dog pals. She is a bit of a fussy eater and for some reason needs a lot of coaxing to eat, which I can't figure out at all! Treats are something she probably hasn't had before, because she gives me any treats the humans give her. I'm scoring big time!
She is looking for a forever home. I think she will make some humans very happy. She isn't fond of fireworks, but then neither am I. Her favorite thing next to getting petted, is lounging in the pool. I have to say though, this girl can use some exercise, and gosh darn it, she could shed a few pounds. So, more updates to come. In the meantime, take a look at this good looking, gentle spirited, lovable 6 year old female Golden. As you can see, she is adorable.
Sincerely, Walker ( the resident dog of this place)
It's me, Walker, (RD) sending in an update on my sweet foster sister, TASHA. This little gal has had a busy week. She was gone all day on Saturday, to the mobile van that provides nuetering services. When she came home, the humans would not let us play, and they kept telling me to be gentle with her, because she had a tough day. She must have, because Tasha didn't want to play at all. All she did was sleep, and she barely ate a thing. She was pretty timid again.
Alot has changed since Saturday. Hooray! Tasha is eating all of her food, and she is happy again, and wants to play, but I still have to take it easy with her because of her surgery. bummer.
Funny thing happened last night. Tasha and I played a trick on our humans. When we went to bed last night, I was up on the bed, ( my usual spot) and Tasha was sleeping on the floor next to the bed. Well in the middle of the night, we traded places, and the humans were very surprised to find Tasha sleeping beside them in the big human bed when they woke up!
She sures seems to feel right at home here. She is still nudging everyone for pets and pets and pets, and gets a lot of attention with brushing. She has completed taking all of her meds, only a couple more days of ear drops. I can't wait til her activity restrictions are off, and we can all go for walks again. I'll get the humans to post another picture of Tasha when she can be in the pool again, or running around.
Sincerely, Walker TR ( Tasha's foster brother)
What a wonderful day today is! Tasha has been adopted!
Walker (Our RD) is very happy to announce that Tasha has found a wonderful, loving 'Forever Home'!