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At A Glance
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Posted||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|2/22/16||Required (for now)||Yes||Required||Yes|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Hello, everyone! It is my pleasure to introduce our new Doodle boy, Gad 16-007. He is a red (more liver-colored) Mini Goldendoodle and is 8 months old. This little dandy Doodle is a bundle of fun and sweetness. He is always a happy boy who just wants to be where the action is! He gets along with our resident dogs and LOVES the cats as well. Sometimes he gets a little overzealous showing his love to the cats and they will run for cover to get away from his kisses.
Here's me and my Golden friend Skylar
Gad came to RAGOM because his loving mom felt that she couldn't care for him like she felt he deserved. It was a very emotional decision for her. You can tell that she took wonderful care of Gad by his personality and grooming. He was a very loved boy!
Gad is housebroken and doesn't get into things he shouldn't. He does bark A LOT at this point if he wants to play or he hears something outside. When he plays, he does mouth quite a bit (which he is doing right now which makes typing tough)! We are working on that! There has been no resource guarding that I've seen. Gad has thrown up some mornings before he even eats, so we are watching that and are prepared to see the vet if needed.
I think Gad would be great with an active family that can keep him busy. Since he is a Mini Doodle, he's not quite as prone to knocking over a child, so I think he could go to a family with any aged kids. I think he would love a doggie playmate. When he doesn't get as much playtime with our crew, he tends to gnaw on me and use me as his playmate. A home with a fenced-in yard would be great for Gad.. I'm not sure how his recall is, being we don't let our fosters off-leash.
If Gad sounds like the boy for you, please contact your Placement Advisor.