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At A Glance
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|10/10/2014||Not required ||Yes||Optional||Unknown, probably yes|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
My name is Luna and I just joined the RAGOM family on Friday, October 10th! My sister, Terra 14-316, and I came from a breeder. We are black Standard Goldendoodles, meaning we will be of the taller variety.
I want to say a big thank-you to Kelly B for babysitting us the first few hours and giving us a nice lavender bath and letting us play with Wiggle-butt Jorja and the crew! We have loved every dog we have met so far and were very well socialized with dogs and people early on in life.
First thing on our agenda on Saturday morning was a quick trip to the vet to get the once-over. We were already up-to-date on all of our vaccinations and stuff. Dr. Jim gave us a perfect score and said we were BEAUTIFUL and very healthy. Yeah, we know we are pretty because everyone we have met so far falls in love with our gorgeous looks and the sweetest of personalities! We sure get picked up and hugged a lot -- not that I am complaining, mind you. I am 16 pounds and Terra is 13. You'd think that gives me an advantage when wrestling, but somehow, it doesn't seem to work that way!
The weekend was beautiful weather, so we spent a lot of time outside running and playing. Of course, being puppies, we have to explore everything. I thought it would be fun to play-fight with the hose from the booster bath.
We even played in the tub, but it was too cold for turning the water on.
I did slow down and watch everything going on a few times.
In my foster home, we have two big Goldendoodle foster sisters that we already look up to. At first, they did a little growling at us to tell us it was their house, but now they let us sleep next to them on the couch and walk under them. FM knows they like it with puppies in the house because that means more kibble and treats for them from cleaning up after puppies!
That's me on the right mugging for the camera.
FM is trying to teach us to go down a long flight of stairs, but we have not mastered that yet -- well, just the last 2 steps. I kinda lay on the step and don't look at FM. But I watched Terra go down and eventually follow with a lot of encouragement, so I am sure I will get the hang of it this week.
Well, that's the 411 on me so far in my first 3 days in RAGOM-Land. I'll keep you updated on my progress later this week.
Love to my new fans,
A note from Foster Mom -- Luna is a very sweet puppy with a wonderful disposition. Puppies require CONTSTANT attention and a LOT of time and energy especially the couple of years to make sure they grow into great family members. She will be a tall and big girl and may knock over small children easily. Obedience training will be very important for her development. Other physical and mental stimulating activities like walks, agility (for fun or competition - after 18 months of age), nose work, tracking are all great ways to spend time with her and keep her stimulated and happy. She will be a wonderful addition to any family that is willing to put in the time and energy needed.