Dawn continues to be the best houseguest! One thing she has always done is she sits immediately at my feet when she comes to me, even if it is just for pets. When I took her to the vet to have her stitches removed, she did that to every vet tech who came to say hi to her and also to the Vet. Everyone there loves her, and a few asked about adopting her! Dawn was treated for tape worms after we got rid of the whip worms.
Jumping out of the car still makes Dawn stop and think about it. I found that if I leave the leash on her and guide her down, she will jump. I was taking the leash off when we were in the garage, thinking she would get tangled on it while jumping, but she wants it on. I still have not cat-tested her yet, so will need to do that soon.
Dawn has started wrestling with my resident male dog outside. He is bigger than her, but she doesn’t care! She isn’t in such a hurry to come back in now that it is warming up. One bad thing she has started doing is eating the poop of my female dog, so now I pick it up immediately. She loves to chew on sticks. The first time I had let her alone for a few hours, she decided to taste the corner of my end table. I sprayed it with Bitter Yuck, and she hasn’t touched it again. She needs to have bones around because she loves to chew. Dawn only barks when she sees a dog walking past the house or if she sees the neighbor’s dog.
Dawn was checked out to a wonderful family, but they were given the opportunity to rescue a Golden in their city who had to find a new home and was living outside. That is one lucky dog to be adopted by this family! Dawn is now available for adoption again. She wants to find a forever home where she will get a lot of love and attention. My grandsons loved her because she would snuggle with them!
If you think Dawn would be a great match for your family, please submit an "Inquiry for Application" form.
If you have already filled out an "Inquiry for Application" form, please send an email to applicationragom [dot] org with the Dawn's name, her RAGOM number, the name you submitted the Inquiry for Application form under, and a sentence or two why you feel you'd be a good match.