Natalie Rose Yellow Labrador Retriever Female 7 Years Old ID #2740
August 23, 2020
On Friday we took our first trip to the veterinarian with Natalie. She is a rock star in the car. She sat in the back seat and looked out the window!
She did great while waiting for her turn to see the vet and during the appointment. Lots of different sounds from other dogs and cats and she just went with the flow. She weighed in at 51 pounds. Natalie Rose can keep up with Captain, our 2-year-old Lab. We hope to have her spayed in the next couple of weeks.
The last two weekends have had a good deal of home improvement (hammering, sawing, etc.) going on with no negative reaction from Natalie. She doesn’t seem too bothered by anything really although she does move away from the vacuum cleaner when I am using it. I think she doesn’t want me to miss any dirt on the floor. She is very helpful lady.
Even with the two dogs of the house barking away she remains quiet and joins them in their patrols against the invisible threats they think that are outside lurking. We still have not heard her bark yet!!
She is still an absolute love who just wants to sit and have someone pet her.
In my last post about Natalie, I wrote that we are working on a bad habit or two that she picked up from the farm. I am happy to report she is a quick learner and has stopped these behaviors 95% of the time. Yay Natalie Rose! She responds quickly when corrected.
My 6-year-old son said “I love her, she is so cute and I know you guys would love her too!” I couldn’t agree more!
Stay tuned for more about Natalie Rose!!
August 19, 2020
Natalie Rose has been with us for five days and she is doing extremely well. She just wants to be apart of what’s going on. She is an easy-going type of dog. All Natalie wants is someone to pet her and love her. That should be her motto. Even our 2-year-old resident dog Captain is warming up to her.
Natalie knows her name and how to sit when asked. We are working on stay command.
We are working on a couple of small behavior issues that she learned while on the farm. When she is corrected, she will stop. Which I’m very happy about.
We go to the vet on Friday to make sure everything is okay with her. We hope to be able to schedule her spay soon.
August 17, 2020
What a great weekend this was with our newest foster dog Natalie Rose! As you know farms aren’t known for their great smells so Natalie was in need of a bath or two to get her all cleaned up. She did very well getting a bath but she LOVES being dried off with a towel. Her coat is so soft and is a pretty yellow color. What a difference!!
Sometimes as a farm dog they don’t know how to navigate steps or doorways, I’m happy to say she did great with both! Yay for Natalie Rose!!
She was introduced to our two resident dogs (Brookline alums) and it went very well. Everyone behaved themselves and by the end of the weekend they were more comfortable with each other. Dare I say even playing with each other a bit…
So far Natalie loves everyone she meets, especially those willing to spend time petting her. Men, woman and children it doesn’t matter to her. She loves loves to be petted. She is a sweetheart!
Natalie eats her food very slowly and sits while she eats! I’ve never had dog do this. Natalie loves treats and hasn’t turned one down yet. She takes them so gently from everyone.
By the end of the day she is tired out so she likes the doggie bed and blankets. So far, we haven’t had even a single accident.
What a good dog. Stay tuned for more about Natalie Rose!!
August 15, 2020
Natalie Rose Yellow Labrador Retriever Female 7 Years Old, 50lbs
We have the pleasure to foster this sweet lady. Natalie comes from a farm near Lancaster though she seems to be perfectly comfortable indoors. So far she’s been easy-going and very affectionate. She likes to nap in her dog bed and we still haven’t heard her bark. We are looking forward to getting to know her better! Stay tuned!
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