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Clancy is a mini Goldendoodle puppy surrendered to RAGOM by a breeder because she has a dislocated knee cap that will require surgery. Currently it doesn't slow her down! Like a typical puppy, Clancy loves to play and run and chew on everything. She loves other dogs and people, and her favorite napping spot is in someone's lap.

At a Glance #18-164

Goldendoodle Born: June 2018
Female 7 lbs

Status: Adopted

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Michelle H
"We hope you find your forever home soon!"

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Clancy is a mini Goldendoodle puppy surrendered to RAGOM by a breeder because she has a dislocated knee cap that will require surgery. Currently it doesn't slow her down! Like a typical puppy, Clancy loves to play and run and chew on everything. She loves other dogs and people, and her favorite napping spot is in someone's lap.

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Friday, December 14, 2018

Clancy, the little 9-pound puppy, has been adopted. She is tiny, but mighty. Clancy loves to sleep on shoes, play chase, and snuggle.

Clancy’s size does not stop her from getting exactly what she wants. She finds a way to look out windows, woofs to be let outside, and has learned to sit for a treat.

The J family are very lucky to be adopting the happiest puppy ever.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Clancy, who is now almost 5 months old, weighs in at 7 pounds! Her small size does not deter her from anything. She had successful surgery on her knee for patella lunation and this upcoming week will get spayed.

Clancy is working hard on potty training and I would say she’s 95% there. She is kennel trained and trots right into it at bedtime.

She is all puppy and into absolutely everything! She is a garbage digger, shoe chewer, and loves squeaky toys. When Clancy finds something she shouldn’t have, she races off to her bed and tries to hide it.

She loves every dog she meets no matter the size, and desperately wants to play with the neighbor cat who is about her size. Clancy is one of the happiest puppies we have ever fostered. She has such spunk and fills our house with so much life.

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Clancy 18-164
Clancy 18-164

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Clancy has been a wonderful foster dog in our home. She hasn’t met a dog or human she doesn’t love. Clancy loves to play and run around outside. She is your typical puppy and loves to chew on EVERYTHING! Clancy loves to be touching you, and her favorite nap spot is either on your lap or right next to you.

Clancy is working hard on potty training and is crate trained. She settles right down in her crate at bedtime and does not have accidents in there. 

Clancy has a dislocated knee cap that will need several surgeries. This certainly doesn’t slow her down and she has no restrictions because of this. She races around the house, climbs up and down stairs, and jumps off the couch without any problems!

Clancy will need a family that is aware of the time a puppy needs. She has become food motivated, which is making her training easier.

Clancy 18-164
Clancy 18-164