This sweet girl is settling in to the good life! She loves to take a snooze on my bed, and continues to love to snuggle. She also is learning to walk on the gentle leader. When we came home from a walk the other day, I went to water the garden with her still on the leash, and she stuck her face right in the water! I bet this girl would love to swim!We continue to work on obedience at home, so far she has "sit" and "down" and "come". Stay is hard when treats are out, she will do anything for a treat! Cait seems hesitant when you first meet her, but she really is loyal once she gets to know you! She loves to be with our family. She almost never goes in her crate now unless we are leaving the house, and to sleep. She often will lay down under the kitchen table or in my bedroom- she is very mellow but once toys are out or she gets to be outside she's a sweet little ball of energy.
Happy Spring! So glad you are a Ragom Rescue now! Thank you SFHS for your efforts! From RD in SD
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Posted||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
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Welcome little miss Cait to RAGOM! This little sweetheart is a lab mix that came in with 11 other dogs. These dogs were part of a hoarding situation and RAGOM was asked to assist the authorities in helping them find new homes.
Cait is a petite girl who is 30 lbs., around age 4. She is about 21 inches high. Cait was severely underweight when rescued so she has been getting extra food every day and is now only a couple of pounds away from her goal weight. She has been to the vet and was given a clean bill of health and will be ready for her spay surgery in April. She is currently in season so we are waiting until this is over plus two weeks per the vet’s suggestion.
I Love Laps!
Cait is a lovely girl who has been a joy to foster. She is very outgoing and LOVES to fetch a tennis ball. She greeted my resident dogs with friendly tail wags and kisses. She rests comfortably in her crate at night. She is currently also fed in her crate which she very much looks forward to each meal. She also loves to cuddle. She firmly believes she is a lap dog and I find it difficult to deny her this very simple pleasure.
Cait currently has a fun playmate staying at our house for a few days. She has shown appropriate play with him. He is an 80 lb. Airedale who loves to play. Cait has shown her play bow many times and even rolled over while playing.
Cait will not be available for adoption until after her spay surgery on 4/8/16.
At a Glance #16-045
|Mixed Breed||Born: March 2011|