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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|
|10/16/15 ||Yes ||Yes || Not necessary||Yes |
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Introducing our newest RAGOM Darling Doodle Skye 15-262! She is a 7 month old black Labradoodle and is the cutest little girl ever! Skye is a large puppy with long legs, which means watching her tear around (especially in the house) is quite the hoot! She already weighs 43 pounds and will keep growing. EVERYONE at our vet clinic fell in love with her and commented on how much personality she has. Our vet even wanted to take her home! That just goes to show how charming this beautiful girl is!
Here is what I've learned about Skye in the week that we've had her. She is so adaptable and easy to have around. Skye came into our home and immediately ate her supper and then tried to play with our resident dogs, who really weren't too receptive at first! She is potty trained and has only had one accident in the house, which I blame on myself. She goes to our patio door to let us know she has to go out and then does her business in our fenced back yard. Skye is also used to going potty while on a tie-out or on a leash. She loves her crate and will go in by herself to chill for awhile when she needs some peace and quiet. She is crated during our work hours and has been fine so far. She did start to tear apart her crate cushion but since we've put toys and things to chew on in there she's been great. Skye does need a lot of exercise to wear off her puppy energy. She loves to run in the back yard and also thinks walks are fun! The one night she didn't get the exercise she needed she did a lot of barking and pestering of our resident dogs. Otherwise, barking has not been an issue. We are working on manners and commands every day because she lunges at her food dish and has done some counter surfing. There has been no resource guarding of any kind. Skye has been pretty darn good with our resident cats and tries hard to be gentle. Every once in awhile she'll take chase but it's all in fun!
Skye had a great vet checkup and is a healthy little (big) girl! She is microchipped and will need some boosters in the future. She did have a minor ear infection and is being given ear drops once daily. Skye is scheduled to be spayed on November 5th.
Skye came into RAGOM through no fault of her own. Her human sister has allergies so Skye can't be in the house anymore. Skye's owners knew RAGOM would help find her a wonderful forever family!
If this Dynamic Doodle sounds like a perfect fit for your home, please contact your Placement advisor!