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Bereet D170681

Golden Retriever / Hound (medium coat) / Female / Young

Details about Bereet D170681

  • ID D170681
  • Adopted for Adoption
  • Dog
  • Red
  • Coatlength: Medium
  • Activity Level: Moderate
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Adults: All
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

More about Bereet D170681

  • Energy Level: Moderate
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Name: Bereet 
Age: DOB Approx 11.10.16
Gender: Female 
Breed:  Golden / Hound
Weight: 30 lbs 
Dog friendly: Yes, requires a dog companion in the home 
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes, but is shy
House Trained: 90% there
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from an animal control 
Adoption Fee: $400.00 

 

From the Foster:

Bereet is adorable, very sweet, gentle and shy.  She met the other six dogs in her foster home with no problem.  It took her a couple of days to get the lay of the land, but then she was off running around the backyard chasing the other dogs.  She loves to play with toys (emptying the toy box will keep her busy) and really loves to carry shoes around the house if they aren't put away out of reach.  At night, Bereet walks in her kennel in our bedroom and lies down.  She is quiet until morning.  She is getting much better at house-training, but still needs to figure out how to tell us when she wants to go out. 
 
Bereet does not have an aggressive bone in her body.  I would trust her with all ages of people, dogs and cats.  Bereet will benefit from socialization and group positive motivational obedience training in her future.  Her ideal home would have another friendly dog to help her feel comfortable and a fenced in yard.  It is extremely rewarding to help a shy dog blossom into the a happy, well-adjusted adult dog.
 
Bereet is adorable, very sweet, gentle and shy.  She met the other six dogs in her foster home with no problem.  It took her a couple of days to get the lay of the land, but then she was off running around the backyard chasing the other dogs.  She loves to play with toys (emptying the toy box will keep her busy) and really loves to carry shoes around the house if they aren't put away out of reach.  At night, Bereet walks in her kennel in our bedroom and lies down.  She is quiet until morning.  She is getting much better at housetraining, but still needs to figure out how to tell us when she wants to go out. 
 
Bereet does not have an aggressive bone in her body.  I would trust her with all ages of people, dogs and cats.  Bereet will benefit from socialization and group positive motivational obedience training in her future.  Her ideal home would have another friendly dog to help her feel comfortable and a fenced in yard.  It is extremely rewarding to help a shy dog blossom into the a happy, well-adjusted adult dog.