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Last updated: 5-4-2015
Looking to add a handsome, athletic redhead to the family? Look no farther than me, Mr. B! I’m a five years young, high-energy guy looking for an active family to call my own. I love going for walks and a run is even better. I’m quite the athlete! While I excel at catching tennis balls and Frisbees, I’m still working on learning to let them go. I love playing with older kids who can keep up with my energy level, so any human siblings should be at least 7. My current foster mom says that even though I’m a boy, I am quite the diva. I guess what she means is that I like having all the attention, I want my people all to myself. I need a home where I am the only furry child since I am very picky about my canine companions and cats…. Well, cats are good for chasing just like squirrels. I have a strong personality and I can be a rebel at times. However, I am really intelligent and I learn easily. I just I need a family committed to continuing my training so I can continue growing into a model canine citizen. So if you think I’d fit in with your family, contact the nice people at Forever Friends. I’d love to meet you!
Dizzy Lizzy, as we affectionately call her, is a 16 month old female, Golden Retriever, who is looking for a place to call home.
Although petite in size, Lizzie isn’t your run-of-the-mill, demure female golden, this girl has game! Lizzy is pleasantly surprising in her athletic abilities and if given the opportunity, Lizzy would likely excel in a K9 sport such as agility or flyball.
With the energy to match her athletic abilities, Lizzy can keep up with the best of them, but she also has an off switch for indoor time. She knows how to be the perfect snuggle bug and doesn’t mind playing the part of a couch potato on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Lizzy would do best in a home with an active family who can provide her with the mental and physical stimulation she needs to keep her at her best.
Although Lizzy previously lived in a home with other dogs, she can become reactive towards some dogs that she doesn’t know. She has spent some time in training for her reactivity and her adopter should be willing to continue working with her. Lizzy is spayed, micro-chipped, and is current on her vaccines. If you are interested in Lizzy please fill out a adoption application or email us at email@example.com so we may contact you to see if she might be a good fit
This handsome gentleman is Bentley. He is a two year old golden mix. Bentley has had a bit of a rough life. He was found as a stray and then taken to the animal shelter where we rescued him. He is underweight but his foster mom is working on that!! Bentley is leash and house trained. In his former life he must have been loved as he is very affectionate and knows how to put up his paw on command. As Bentley was a stray we cannot let him go to a home with young children. Also, he isn’t fond of cats or other dogs. His ideal family would be a dog savvy couple that have the time and love to help him feel confident again and invest more time in his training. He really enjoys mental stimulation .
We would love to introduce you to Margaret. Margaret just turned 4 and is probably one of the sweetest girls that you’d ever meet. When she came into our rescue the first thing that we noticed that she definitely needed to lose quite a bit of weight. Her Foster Family is being very diligent and Margaret’s already lost 15 pounds. We know that she will have a stellar body very soon.
Margaret’s got a wonderful personality. She loves taking walks and will do well with an active family who enjoys taking long walks and hikes. She is currently a major puller on her leash but we are definitely working on that. She’s great with everyone she’s met (including dogs and seems to be fine with cats as well). She seems to be completely potty trained too. Margaret is up-to-date on her shots.
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We’d like you to meet Buddy. Buddy’s a great boy and will definitely be a wonderful addition to the right family. You should have an active lifestyle (he especially loves to camp), with older children (definitely older than 7 years). Buddy needs a family without cats or small breed dogs. He would be fine with a large breed female. (He loves to hang out with his Golden Foster Sister.)
He can be cautious around new people and sometimes takes a while to warm up, so he will need an experienced, dog savvy family who are willing to take the time to allow his fun-loving golden personality to emerge. Additionally, he will need strong leadership from his owner to help him feel secure. He knows sit, down, stay, leave it, and roll over, but will needed continued training to reinforce these behaviors. He will also need continued leash training as he tends to pull. He would do best with a family where someone is home more often than not as he has a tendency to bark when left alone.
He’s just a touch over 4 years old and is current on all his shots.
If you’re interested in Buddy please fill out a adoption application or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may contact you to see if he might be a good fit
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