JULIA - 18-012 | F | 2 YRS

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JULIA - 18-012 | F | 2 YRS

300.00

Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Female

Age: 2 years

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Needs to be spayed - done 3/27
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Julia was found as a stray, and efforts to find her owner were unsuccessful. She is settling into her foster home, and will be spayed soon. Julia will be ready for adoption after she recovers from surgery.


PROFILE

Julia is a sweet girl who loves to be around people. She has had no accidents in the house and walks well on a leash. She doesn’t like her crate but is perfectly happy to sleep on the bedroom floor at night. She will not climb up onto the furniture. She gets along really well with other dogs, and she is very patient with puppies. It took her a while but she has even gotten used to having a cat in the house. She was very good with her foster family’s grandchildren too. 

Julia has a little bit of Houdini in her. She can get out of or into just about any door, fence or cabinet, and can get out of the dog crate. She knows her name and is good about coming when you call her. She rides well in the car, and loves toys, the softer and squeakier the better. 

Julia needs a family where there is someone home the majority of the time. She tends to get a little anxious when she is left alone. Due to this another dog in the home would be a good idea so she is not all alone when family has to leave. She’d be even happier if she could just go along!
 


UPDATE

3/29/2018  Julia was spayed this week, and will make her debut at the next meet n greet on April 7.