MAX-17-029 | M | 5 YEARS

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MAX-17-029 | M | 5 YEARS

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Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Male

Age: 5 years

Weight: 89 lbs

Height: Taller than average

Medical/Other Notes: None

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Max was an owner surrender to GRRNT due to a change in his family's circumstances. He is a big, jolly boy, and loves to play ball. Max is house trained, and crate trained, and gets along well with his canine foster siblings. He wants to be right where his people are all the time. He is a very active boy, so due to his size and energy we will be looking for a home for Max with children teenage and up.


PROFILE

Max is a bundle of joy and loves everyone he meets.  He has a great deal of energy and enthusiasm.  Max loves to be with his people and canine foster sibling, another Golden.  He would do well as an only dog or with other dogs.  He previously lived with two cats and was respectful of them. Max is a big, boisterous boy, who can be a bit of a goof, and at times is the proverbial "bull in a china closet". He also loves to play ball!

Max has a funny “growly” bark when people come to the house and when meeting new people.  He wants to show them how much he loves them with a lot of excitement.  He will run around to find a toy or two to put in his mouth to greet them. His new family will want to help him learn to be more calm meeting people, and give him opportunities to practice greeting people politely.  Max will benefit from additional leash training since he is very big and strong and sometimes pulls while walking. 

Max doesn’t get on furniture much except a couple of times when people came to the house.  He was very excited and would jump on and off the sofa.  When left at the house, he whines a little but doesn’t seem to misbehave when left alone.  Max is a very sweet boy that would be great in a family with teenage children that will play with him and give him plenty of exercise.


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