SALLY-17-036 | F | 4 YEARS

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SALLY-17-036 | F | 4 YEARS

300.00

Breed: Golden Retriever mix

Gender: Female

Age: 4 years old

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Sally was an owner surrender due to a change in her family's circumstances. She is just settling into her foster home and we will know more about her soon.


PROFILE

Sweet Sally is the most appropriate name for this darling girl! She is so, so, so very sweet. Sally has had no accidents in our house since we brought her to our home. She hasn’t quite figured out the doggie dog, but she has figured out how to get your attention when she needs to go outside. She loves her food and happily goes into her crate at night to sleep. Sally gets along just fine with her canine foster brothers. She doesn’t bother them and they don’t bother her. There’s not much playing happening amongst them. She has no interest in toys, but that is probably only because she doesn’t understand what to do with them. She likes to get “frisky” and run outside with you, but she doesn’t really play chase. Foster mom thinks with time and encouragement she can be easily taught to play. 

She loves being near her humans and really loves being pet and brushed. Right now she is still shedding heavily since she had pups only months ago, and mama dogs often lose a lot of coat after puppies. She is very interested in the rabbits and squirrels on her walks. She does great on a leash and is pretty shy when other humans walk by. Sally hasn’t been around younger kids. I believe she would be quite shy and maybe a bit overwhelmed by the noise, but could adjust. She “hangs out” during the day in the office or on the couch so she could do well with a working family. If she was placed with a working family, she would still need her daily walks either in the morning or the evening (or both if you can)! Sally has been offered carrots, lettuce and apples and shows no interest! She sniffs around when she smells our dinner, but has not done any counter or table surfing. Her foster family does have a pool in the back yard, but she hasn’t attempted to go in or near it. Currently she can’t due to her incision from the spay surgery.  Sally is more comfortable with teenage kids and up, so we are respecting her wishes and will place her in a family with older kids, probably in the range of age 12 and up. She also has a pretty high interest in chasing squirrels and cats on her walks, so Sally can not be in a home with cats. 

Sally will do well with a family who will love on her often, and sit next to her at the end of the evening and let her snuggle. 


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