Goldie Yellow Labrador Retriever Male 5 Years Old
April 26, 2019
Goldie has been with us for 4 days and he is such a sweet boy. He spent his previous life as a breeder dog locked in the barn and he is very happy with his new freedom. He is neutered and up to date on vaccines. He is 5 yrs old with no health issues.
He loves other dogs and easily becomes part of the pack. He has a great appetite and takes treats kind of gently. Goldie enjoys chewing on Nylabones and going for walks. He would be a good running companion. As I watch him do zombies in our yard, I realize he can be very active.
He is a little hesitant with men but warms up quickly to women. He has adapted to our routine in a few short days.
He should live with another dog to help teach him how to be a free and happy dog.
April 25, 2019
Goldie will be at the Meet & Greet at PetValu in Doylestown, PA this Sunday, April 28th, from 10 am to 12 pm. Please stop by to meet this handsome boy!
April 12, 2019
Meet Goldie, a beautiful honey-colored 5-year-old male lab. He recently joined the Brookline family. Goldie was a stud dog from Lancaster County. He lived outside in a barn stall. He was brought into Brookline rescue when the farmer decided to shut down his breeding business.
Goldie got sprung from his stud life, then he went to the vet received all of his immunizations, got a clean bill of health and was neutered.
He is now settling in nicely in a foster home and getting along wonderfully with our two resident labs.
He is a very sweet and somewhat shy boy. He can be a little skittish when it comes to certain noises or gestures. He will duck his head and scamper in the opposite direction. Poor guy, it’s all so new for him.
For now, he seems to be more comfortable around me (foster mom) than my husband. We know that it will just take some time for him to trust us and start feeling safe, after everything he has been through. We are working on his crate training and house training. He’s doing very well with crating at night, but he prefers to be gated when left during the work day. He’s doing great with his house training too. Just a few accidents, but he’s learning quickly and the resident dogs are helping show him where to go.
In just the couple days that he has been with us we are seeing a very playful side of him emerging. He loves to be outside and go for walks. And for a farm dog who lived in a barn, he has done an amazing job of quickly mastering our steps and discovering the luxury of sleeping on a dog bed.
We even caught him playing with a soft toy! Way to go Goldie!!!
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