LYRIA - 16-020 | F | 2-3 YRS

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LYRIA - 16-020 | F | 2-3 YRS

30.00 300.00

Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Female

Age:  2 - 3 Years

Weight:  60.5 lbs

Height:  Average

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Needs to be spayed

 

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PROFILE

Lyria is a 2-3 year old, 60 lb. blonde beauty. She had a litter of puppies and was turned into a shelter with four of them (Tinkerbell, Fawn, Silvermist & Periwinkle). Lyria is a happy, affectionate girl. She is a medium energy dog, not hyper but she will need daily exercise. She can be a busy girl, running around the house just checking things out. Playing ball is her favorite game, but she is not obsessive. When she is done playing fetch she will just keep the ball in her mouth and go lay down. She almost always has a ball in her mouth even if you are not playing fetch. Her other favorite thing is lying on the couch in your lap. If the couch is not available she will lay on the floor at your feet.  She also is comfortable getting on the bed and would probably be happy to sleep with you. She isn’t allowed to at her foster home and she is quiet and content in a crate overnight.

She is friendly with other dogs, but not overly interested in them. She could easily be the only dog in the home and be very happy as the center of attention. She won't be a playmate for another dog so if a family is looking for that she is not that dog. Occasionally she will check out the counter top in the kitchen, but that's the only bad habit we've seen from her.  She does like to have the balls all to herself, and would really like to take the ball away from the other dog if they have it. She doesn't know any basic commands, and doesn't know how to walk on a leash, so adopters will want to take her to training classes.

Lyria needs a family that will play ball with her and teach her some basic obedience. She is not a high energy dog that needs a lot of playtime, and we haven’t seen her with children. While we think she would do fine with them, we envision her in a family with adults that have free time to spend one on one with her. She would love to be included in all her family’s activities. Lyria is a sweet, loving girl, and she is very easy to live with.  


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