SKEET - 18-085 | M | 1 YEAR

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SKEET - 18-085 | M | 1 YEAR

375.00

Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Male

Age: 1 Years

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Needs to be neutered - done

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Needs a foster home!

Skeet was found as a stray out in a rural area. He still needs to be neutered. He gets along ok with other dogs once he gets over the initial excitement of meeting them (and he’s very excited to see other dogs!), but he is not good with cats and should not be in a home with feline siblings. He is a young active dog, and will be a lot of fun for some lucky family.

Skeet is waiting for a foster home. If you’ve ever considered fostering, or you are interested in adopting him, please email foster@goldenretrievers.org


PROFILE

Skeet is a sweet little boy who needs his very own family to show him all the attention and love he seems to have missed in the past. He seeks attention hesitantly, as if he was met with harshness when he approached people previously. Once he knows you are treating him kindly he gets so excited to have affection he is dizzy.

Skeet appears to be house trained, although he did “mark” in the house the first day in his foster home, since then he has not had any accidents. He is crate trained and doesn’t complain about being crated for a period of time. Occasionally he will check out what is on the kitchen counter, so he will need to be supervised and redirected from that tendency. He is super excited about meeting other dogs and gets along with them well, but needs to calm down from his initial excitement before interacting with them. Skeet is not good with cats, so he will need a feline free home. A family with young children is not the best fit for him simply because he is so young and active. He could easily topple young children with his enthusiasm.

We would really love to see Skeet go to a family who will commit to taking him to training. Right now he isn’t sure what people expect from him, and is not confident coming to you. The best way to help him learn and build his confidence is training. He will soak up instruction like a sponge. Training creates a strong bond between you and your dog, and Skeet deserves that close connection to his people.

Skeet is a happy, lively, little boy, ready to share his love with the right family.


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