Positive for heartworms?: 
Extraordinary Golden Fund recipient?: 

GRR Number: 22-009

Type of Surrender: Owner Turn In

Status: Available

Age: 11

Weight: 77

Personality: Sady is a very spunky, happy, and outgoing lady. Her foster folks are surprised at how much energy she has for an 11-year-old. She has fallen in love with all of her toys and can spend the whole day bouncing around and playing with them. When the toys are put away, she’s content to hang out in foster mom’s office while she works trying to solicit for pets. She is so easy going.

Sady is reliably housebroken. She is crate trained but it has not been needed for her beyond the first weeks of getting her acclimated to her new home.  When she is left alone, she is trustworthy to have free run of the first floor of the house and never tries to get past the baby-gate blocking the second floor.  Sady loves all people and children and wants to meet everyone in the neighborhood.  She has a special 18 month old friend who she lets toddle up to her to say hello and she’s been gentle and sweet when meeting other kids of all ages.

Sady is a good girl in the car and able to climb in by herself. She is great on a leash and loves going on multiple easy walks every day.  She loves to chase after balls and toys that are tossed for her. She brings them right back. She’s been on her best behavior in the house. She does, of course, want to get on the furniture. That’s what Goldens do! She sleeps through the night in the master bedroom. She loves to be brushed and bathed although she’s a bit wiggly.

Sady has the quintessential Golden personality.  She loves being near her people and is a Velcro dog in the best way.  She is crazy for stuffed toys but will disembowel them immediately.  She likes anything that she can carry in her mouth so some more indestructible toys that I have on hand are the better choice for her.  After an initial few days of getting to know each other and Sady  being a little nervous about her toys, she is now become best buddies with the other dog in the house

Ideal Home: Sady could fit in many different types of homes as long as they aren't too bustling, including those who work or stay at home - a family or singles.    She would really love someone who is home a lot and enjoys a daily companion to go on walks, car rides and errands and another chill dog as a friend.  Based on her life at Lake LBJ in the past, and her arthritis, a pool, or some place to swim regularly could be a plus for her to keep those joints moving easily. 

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