MARY - 18-131 | F | 1 YEAR

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MARY - 18-131 | F | 1 YEAR

375.00

Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Female

Age: 1-2 years

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Skin infection - treated

  • Ear infections - treated

  • Needs to be spayed

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Mary and four other Golden Retrievers were turned over to GRRNT after they were left at a rental property when it was vacated. Mary has an overall skin infection, ear infections, and needs to be spayed. She is settling into her foster home and we will know more about her soon.


PROFILE

Mary is a very sweet, eager to please, young, energetic girl!  She hasn’t had the easiest start to life but she’s quickly learning how great it is to be a loved family pet. We are pretty sure in her previous life she didn’t spend much time indoors or go on many (if any) walks.  She is learning a lot about house manners from her two foster siblings and has now learned to Sit. Mary is also working on house breaking; she’s starting to go to the door to be let out and having fewer accidents. We do crate her while we are away from home while she’s getting the hang of potty training. We have been letting her sleep in our room, uncrated with the door closed, and with a late night and early morning outing, she’s making it through the night.

She walks best with a gentle leader harness and is still a little wary when cars pass or meeting strangers along the way, but she’s getting more sure of the world around her. She gets along very well with her canine companions, she respects our dominant male’s superiority complex and loves to romp and wrestle with our younger female. She would do wonderful in a forever home with another medium to large dog to play with, however she does seem to have enough confidence to be an only dog. Still being very puppy like, she can be mouthy and we are working on jumping on people when excited. She really seems to love to give hugs. For these reasons she would probably do best in a forever home with older kids and more active adults who are willing to work on some obedience. She hasn’t met a toy or bone that she doesn’t love, and she’s been learning that things like shoes and pillows are not for chewing. 

She initially seemed to be more comfortable with her foster mom and a little unsure of her foster dad, but now has really warmed up to dad and has done fairly well with male visitors. We do not know how she is with children or cats. Our favorite thing about Mary is that she’s an amazing snuggler. All this girl really wants in life is to curl up next to you and get all the love she can!


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