At A Glance

  • Age: 7 years, 10 months
  • Breed: Golden Retriever
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 70.00 lbs
  • Location: N/A
  • Status: Deceased


In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:Entered Foster CareFenceKid FriendlyAnother DogCat Friendly6/15/2014
Not required
Age 10+
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Not tested
This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.

Note from her surrendering owner: Chloe is a 2-year-old, 80-pound purebred Golden Retriever who is spayed, up-to-date on shots and current on heartworm and flea and tick preventatives. She is a beautiful girl, loves other dogs, has been exposed to cats (but not around them much), and seems interested in them, but not overly so. She is good around children, but does try to jump on them when greeting them. She respects baby gates, has no anxieties, and has absolutely no resource guarding with her food or her toys.

FM here--Chloe is adjusting to her new surroundings and is enjoying the company of our resident dog. She went to the vet last week and needs to lose around 20 lbs. She walks on a leash very nicely, but tires quickly. Chloe is a the type of dog that never lets you out of her sight--she loves her humans! She is free to roam the house while we are at work and doesn't require to be crated at night. She will go into a crate at night if you want her to, but she would rather sleep on her bed in our bedroom. I haven't seen Chloe get into anything she shouldn't and perhaps that's because of our resident dog.

Chloe had a busy weekend. She attended her first meet-and-greet and did great with the people and other dogs. She enjoyed all the petting and treats that people gave her. Chloe also went to the lake and she had so much fun. She played and started to learn about swimming. Chloe stood in the water and watched our resident dog retrieve tennis balls in the water. She did eventually try to swim to get the tennis ball, but really lacked the confidence. She would swim about four feet in the water and turn around (without the ball) trying to get back to where she could touch the ground.




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