COOPER-16-059 | M | 1 YEAR

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COOPER-16-059 | M | 1 YEAR

30.00 300.00

Breed: Golden Retriever 

Gender: Male

Age: 1 Year

Weight: 76 lbs

Height: Average

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Knee surgery - 12/6/16 - completed recovery 2/14/17

 

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Cooper was an owner surrender to GRRNT due to a change in his family's circumstances. 


PROFILE

Cooper is a happy, active, one year old boy who is convinced that everything in life is FUN!  He is cheerful, and playful, and always ready to romp and be silly.  He is very good at making his foster family laugh with his constant joyful attitude. Cooper gets along well with other dogs, and really loves to play with them. He would be thrilled to have another young dog to play with in his forever home, and he needs a family who will spend time with him and include him in family activities. 

Cooper has some obedience training, but he thinks coming when called is actually a game of “catch me if you can”, so he will need to work on that. Going for a walk is big excitement and he really enjoys being out and about. He could use some leash walking lessons so his walking partner can keep up with him. He still has a lot of puppy behavior, but he is actually very well behaved in the home. He is house trained and crate trained, and knows how to ring a bell at the door when he wants out. Since he is still enough puppy to get into things he shouldn’t if not supervised, he is crated when the family leaves the house and at night. He will grab a bone and lay down to chew on it for a few minutes, and he really doesn’t bother personal belongings, trash or other household items. For a young dog he has nice house manners. 

Because he is so bouncy and enthusiastic, we will not be placing Cooper in a home with young children, preteen and up will be more suited to him. For the same reason, we will not be placing Cooper in a home with a senior dog, or very small dogs. He is lively and exuberant, so his playmates, canine and human will need to be able to keep up with him. Someone that has to leave him alone all day every day will not be a good fit.

Cooper is a lot of fun, and will be a happy and joyful addition to some lucky family. He’s ready to meet you! 


UPDATE

1/31/2017

Cooper came up lame around Thanksgiving, and ultimately needed knee surgery to correct the knee cap popping out of place. He had surgery in early December, and is now fully recovered and ready to return to normal activity.  The orthopedic surgeon said he can even participate in dog sports if his new family wants to do that.