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At A Glance
"From Shelly, who is turning her love for Goldens into action with a sponsorship!
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Posted||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|2/25/2016||required||over 10 yrs old||required||Not tested|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Zoe is a 5 year old female Golden Retriever, surrendered to RAGOM from a breeder. Her date of birth is May 20, 2010.
Zoe has been with me for a week now, what a sweetheart! She is very friendly with everyone, She loves little kids and will get into their face and lick them. For this reason she should go to a family that has older children, 9+ She may knock down a younger child while trying to give them some love.
Zoe is doing great with taking care of her business outside! She is crate trained and sleeps in one quietly all night. During the day she will go into the crate and take a nap with the door open. We do crate her when we need to leave the house for a few hours. She has done great with that.
Zoe will need to have a dog friend in her forever home. She is learning how to be a inside house dog. A dog friend will help her learn and keep her company when her family is away from the house. She loves to have dog friends to follow around. She looks to my two resident dogs for guidance.
Zoe is always looking for a pet or some love, she is at my feet looking up at me often. It is hard to get a good picture of her. I let her outside with my two dogs and came inside to take her picture through the glass door. That worked out well! Zoe is the one on the left.
Zoe is getting used to living in a house. She has been very friendly and I only heard her give a growl one time it was the first day she came. She was in the crate chilling out and she saw my two dogs coming up from the basement she gave out a growl. Once we took them outside and brought Zoe out to meet them everything was fine. Tonight as I was typing up this update she was laying on the floor by my feet, she started growling a little bit. I wasn't sure what her problem was then I realized she saw her own reflection in the glass TV cabinet. She thought there was a strange dog in her house. She is a silly girl.
Zoe had her vet check up, she does have three types of worms, I am giving her medication to clear that up. She also has a double ear infection and is on some medication to take care of that. Zoe has to be spayed and then will be ready to find her forever home. She was pregnant and lost her last litter, her body is not back to normal yet so she will have to wait 3-4 weeks before she can get her spay surgery. She can meet family's interested in adopting her but will not be able to go to her new home until the spay is completed.
I will update again soon as I learn more about this beautiful girl!