FISHER - 19-013 | M | 3 YEARS

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FISHER - 19-013 | M | 3 YEARS

375.00

Breed: Golden Retriever

Gender: Male

Age: 3 Years

Medical/Other Notes:

  • Evaluating liver function issues- IMPROVED!

  • Needs to gain weight

Adoption Fee: $375

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Fisher will have to be the only dog in the home. He cannot go to a dog park, no visiting dogs coming into his home, and should not be taken to dog gatherings. We had him with us at an outdoor dog friendly brewery patio, and he was the star of the show. Everybody loves him and he was very well behaved around the people and other dogs. So he can be out in public as long as he is not allowed to approach or interact with other dogs.


PROFILE

Fisher is an owner surrender to GRRNT. Fisher is such a sweet boy, it’s been a joy having him in our home. We believe he will thrive in a home with stability and a routine. We think Fisher will do fine with older children, but may not interact well with small children due to his energy level.

Fisher is not good with other dogs. He spent an overnight at a temp foster and started fights with two dogs in the home. Fisher will have to be the only dog in the home. He cannot go to a dog park, no visiting dogs coming into his home, and should not be taken to dog gatherings. We had him with us at an outdoor dog friendly brewery patio, and he was the star of the show. Everybody loves him and he was very well behaved around the people and other dogs. So he can be out in public as long as he is not allowed to approach or interact with other dogs.

Fisher still has a lot of puppy energy and loves to play outside. He is a great walker, loves to chase squirrels in the backyard and loves to play fetch. He loves parading around the house with his chew toys and playing tug-o-war with his rope. Fisher is house trained and responds very well to verbal commands. He can sit, come and lay down on command. We’ve been working on training him not to jump up on people when he sees them. He also has a tendency to do some mouthing when he gets very excited. Fisher is not allowed on indoor furniture and sleeps in his own bed at night. He doesn’t like going in his crate, but does ok after he is in there.

Fisher is a bit on the small side now, but I believe he will grow a bit as his weight stabilizes. He is ready to meet his forever family, come see him at the next meet n greet.


UPDATE

4/19/19 Fisher had his follow-up appointment with the vet today. His liver function is better, and he was given a relatively clean bill of health!  He is going to transition to regular food as soon as we are finished with this bag of the liver diet. They want to test his ALT levels again in about a month, but he has been given the green light to go ahead with adoption.