Maggie

#15-119

At A Glance


  • Age: 10 years, 7 months
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 22.00 lbs
  • Location: N/A
  • Status: Adopted

Profile


In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:
Entered Foster Care Fence Kid Friendly Another Dog Cat Friendly
5-9-2015 Not required Yes Optional Not tested 
This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.

Maggie is a three and a half year old mini Labradoodle who weighs about 25 pounds. She is as sweet as can be, calm and quiet. She snuggles into your shoulder when you hold her. She will be a great lap dog. I have not heard her bark and only hear a funny little sound sometimes when she stretches. Except for her gently placing her paws on me to be petted (jumping up is too strong a description) you’d hardly know she was around.

Maggie walks nicely on a leash. She loves to go for walks and rides in the car. She asks politely to be lifted onto the bed or furniture by again putting her paws up. She is not above trying to counter surf but her size prevents her from succeeding. Maggie has quickly learned the house rules and is housebroken now.

Maggie has a poodle/cocker spaniel type coat that will require regular grooming. Maggie gets along very well with other dogs. She has settled in easily with my two resident Goldens and a couple of other foster pups.

Maggie may be pregnant. Foster Mom is waiting to see. That would delay her adoption.  No matter, she will steal the heart of someone just like she has done with me. Maggie is not a Golden retriever, but she is smart and as sweet as one. Please welcome, Maggie, the mini Labradoodle into RAGOM and a new life.

One month later…

Maggie was indeed pregnant and last week gave birth to 6 darling puppies. She had already had two litters before joining RAGOM so she knew just what to do. She is taking excellent care of her puppies. The whole experience has further bonded Maggie and her Foster Mom.  Foster Mom was supposed to just be a temporary foster for a few days. However, something happened here and Maggie is going to be a foster failure. Once her pups are gone on to adoptive families, Maggie will end her breeding days and be adopted by her foster. She will join Gypsy, another breeder mom and Bella and hopefully live happily ever after.

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