At A Glance

  • Age: 9 years
  • Breed: Golden Retriever
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: N/A
  • Status: Adopted


In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:
Entered Foster Care Fence Kid Friendly Another Dog Cat Friendly
Required Age 10+
This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.

Chocolate chip, Oreo, Snickerdoodle? Nope! Cookie is a beautiful young Golden girl! Cookie is as sweet as they come. She is a warm, rich, dark golden color. She is as smooth as butter and as soft as velvet frosting. Enough of this as it is making me hungry!!

Now the good stuff about Cookie. She is a young female at 8 months old, DOB 7/29/13. She is spayed and current on her vaccinations. She is very playful as a pup her age is. She plays nonstop with my 10-month-old male Golden, Hotch. She likes to give hugs and likes to crawl up on your lap for belly rubs. Cookie does exhibit some resource guarding over her toys and bones. That is easily directed by offering to trade with her. As long as you have a good smelling/tasting treat, she is willing to do just that. She also likes to play keep away. Again, offering a treat to trade and she will give up the game willingly. Cookie is house trained. She goes to the door or will ring a bell by the door when she wants to go out. Now that nice weather is here, she loves to go out a lot!! Cookie is kennel trained and spends the night in her crate. During the day, she is free to run around the house as I am retired and home all the time. Cookie is fine with my old, young, big, and small dogs. She is also OK with my cats. Cookie has a couple of not-so-great habits......she will bolt out of a car when the door is opened. She will do the same when the house door is opened. She also jumps up a lot......on people, doors, counters, etc.; you get the idea. Neither of these are a deal breaker! With training and consistency on your part, she can learn to be the great companion we all love. Cookie lived with children, but I do not have any of those around to see how she reacts, but because she jumps up, I would think older kids would be a must.

If Cookie is the kind of sweet treat you have been craving, well, you know what to do next. Can't wait to hear from you so I can tell you all about this sweet girl.


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