Megan 20-166

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Megan was surrendered by a breeder due to a heart murmur, although this was not detected by the vet who examined Megan when she came into RAGOM. This sweet and gentle girl is now looking for her forever home with another medium to large, confident dog to show her the ways of family life. Children in Megan’s home should be at least 10 years old, and her yard needs to have a physical fence. She hasn’t been tested with cats.

To understand why RAGOM will adhere to our requirements for Megan regarding children and another dog, please read about Retired Breeding Dogs.

At a Glance #20-166

Golden Retriever 4 years old
Female 78 lbs

Available as of November 16, 2020
Fostered in Minneapolis, MN

Status: Closed to Applications
Adoption fee: $400

Children ages 10+
Another dog REQUIRED
Not tested with cats
Physical fence required (no invisible fence)
Low energy
Children ages 10+
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Another dog REQUIRED
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Not tested with cats
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Physical fence required (no invisible fence)
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Low energy
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Profile

Megan was surrendered by a breeder due to a heart murmur, although this was not detected by the vet who examined Megan when she came into RAGOM. This sweet and gentle girl is now looking for her forever home with another medium to large, confident dog to show her the ways of family life. Children in Megan’s home should be at least 10 years old, and her yard needs to have a physical fence. She hasn’t been tested with cats.

To understand why RAGOM will adhere to our requirements for Megan regarding children and another dog, please read about Retired Breeding Dogs.

Updates

Monday, November 16, 2020

Megan is a purebred Golden Retriever who came to RAGOM via a commercial breeder. She has a genetic heart murmur and could no longer be used as a breeder dog. The RAGOM vet could not detect the heart murmur so we don't have a grade on it, but it is assumed to be low and should not affect her long-term health.    

She has not shown typical breeder girl traits. She is very affectionate, social, and is a complete shadow. When I walk into the house, she gives me full tippy taps and can’t wait to be petted. She comes right in when I open the door. First night with me she did have an accident but has not since.

She gets along great with the resident dog and fits right in. Megan will need another medium to large, confident dog in her forever home to continue learning about life as a family member. Children in Megan’s home should be at least 10 years old.

Because she recently had puppies, Megan will be spayed in the next month or so. She does have a hernia that will be fixed when she is spayed. She is up to date on all of her vaccinations.

Megan is a very sweet and gentle girl and is looking for her forever home.

Megan 20-166
Megan 20-166

Closed to Applications: Many families have submitted applications for Megan or she is working with an applicant for a potential adoption.