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At A Glance
Happy Spring Stella! From Kirk, Beth, and Goldie #13-252
Keep taking good care of your sister Stella. Enjoy the spring! From Beth, Kirk, and Goldie #13-252.
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Available||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Please join us in welcoming Stella to the RAGOM life! Stella is a vivacious girl, very outgoing and eager to meet people and other dogs. She's a *very* big girl weighing in at 119 lbs when she entered RAGOM's care, but she's already dropped 2 pounds and we all know that's hard to pull off this time of year! Stella is 8 years old and entered RAGOM with her sister Molly (16-277). Stella has officially retired from the puppy business and is ready to be spayed after getting up to date on her vaccinations.
For such a big girl, Stella is extremely gentle, yet also very playful. She has enjoyed running in our backyard and sniffing every corner of the yard with her sister Molly. They are inseparable -- they are very attentive to each other, seem to have some special games and are an absolutely delightful pair. Stella is the more outgoing of the two and although it's hard to picture, she's very bouncy. Yep, bouncy. She is a happy girl, eager to be petted and loves to chew on dog toys. She's also partial to chewing on newspapers, so we've learned to keep those out of reach. Stella does not have perfect house manners yet -- she's had a few accidents so we're watching her closely and being more diligent about getting her outside whenever she wakes up, after she eats, and when she's been playing. She's had a lot of changes in her life - new home, new pack of dogs to live with, and new routines. I'm confident she'll get this figured out but it's a work in progress right this minute.
Because Stella and Molly are so connected, we're looking for a very special home that is willing to welcome the two of them and keep them together. We'll post more updates as we get to know these girls better -- they are such a joy to behold!