Last updated: 2-26-2014
Moose is a two year old, neutered, male, cream colored Golden Retriever who weighs approximately 65 pounds.
This strikingly handsome pooch has a striking personality to match his good looks. Whether he’s sitting tall trying to impress you with his regal stature, or trying to get your attention by way of his clownish behaviors, Moose will definitely keep you on your toes.
Moose was severely neglected in his previous life. Given as a gift when he was just a puppy, the novelty wore off, and Moose was left to live alone in the backyard with very little human interaction and was often times not even given any food. Moose has been living with his trainer, Kim of The Trained Canine Dog Training for the past couple of months where he has learned to have some self control and manners. Kim will assist Moose and his new owners in making the transition into his new home.
Moose is a medium to high energy level dog, who is easily excited. He would do best in a home with an experienced dog owner, with no small children, where he will be the only dog.
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Miss Madison is looking for her forever home. This petite, female Golden Retriever weighs only about 40 pounds, but don’t let her size fool you! This little girl has a zest for life, and definitely doesn’t let her size or age slow her down.
At eight years young, Madison works very hard to show off her lightening fast obedience skills to anyone willing to pay her with a treat. She loves to work, and is always eager to learn a new skill. Madison is an active girl, and would do well as a running or hiking partner, but will also make a good couch potato when necessary.
Unfortunately, in her past life, Madison was conditioned to learn that other dogs are scary, so Madison needs to be the only dog living in the home. Madison also prefers a home with no small children, simply because she might knock one down when showing off some of her tricks. Madison has agreed that she is willing to share her new home with a cat, just as long as the cat can’t do more tricks than Madison.
Madison has been living with her trainer, Kim of The Trained Canine Dog Training for the last couple of months, who will assist in helping Madison with the transition into her new home.
Pictures of Madison below:
Here’s Clifford…Cliff is a 2 year old Yellow Lab. He was evaluated by our trainer today and he responded so well. He will need training but we know that he responds very well with treats. So, treats will definitely be part of his training. He is a MAJOR LOVEBUG and only wants to please. He is house trained, is fine with other dogs (large and small) and seems to only wanting to play with cats. He’s very smart and we feel that he will be wonderful once he learns some basic obedience. He just wants to find a loving family to call his own. If you live in the Ventura or Southern Santa Barbara counties, please submit an adoption application on line.
If you have any interest in getting more information about Cliff please email Judi
Picture and a video of Clifford below:
CK is a 7 year old gentleman looking for his forever home. He adores going on walks. Enjoys swimming and going to the beach. Doesn’t really know how to play ball etc. Just happy following his human around wherever the human goes. Even if it is a quick bathroom break! He just wants to sit by your feet . A complete love bug. When CK walks he looks like a puppy from a distance with his wagging tail. CK wants someone that can take him for walks and give him the love he deserves. If you have any interest in getting more information about CK please email Linda F..
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Madison is a very friendly 7 yr old golden. She came into rescue when her family moved to an apartment and couldn’t take her. Madison is house trained and sleeps all night peacefully in her crate. She is fine with children but would prefer to be the only dog in her new home. When Madison is wearing her new harness, she walks very well.
This sweet girl needs a patient adopter who is willing to give her basic obedience training. She was never introduced to other dogs and barks when she sees them. FFGRR’s trainer believes that with a little patience and work, Madison will learn very quickly. Please contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org
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