My name is Goldie. I am about 78# and they say I am between 5 and 8 years old. I am a really laid back girl who loves to cuddle. I think I am a lap dog and my favorite place in the world is on the couch cuddled up on my foster mom. I do have arthritis but it is under control and I now bound up and down the stairs with the rest of the dogs in my foster home. I don't need a ton of exercise but do enjoy going for walks. I especially love to play fetch with a tennis ball. If you throw me a ball I suddenly become like an overgrown puppy but don't expect me to give it back to you! I get along great with other dogs and used to live with a cat that I just chose to ignore. I haven't been around small children but I haven't reacted to much that has been thrown my way. I am potty trained and can be left out while you are gone but I don't mind the crate either. Thunder storms and fireworks make me nervous but if I can sit close to you I do just fine. My foster family thinks I am absolutely amazing and says whoever gets to have me as their forever dog is so incredibly lucky!
Interested in adopting this lovable animal? Please go to our website www.wagsmn.org and fill out an Adoption Application. Once the application is processed, a Wags representative will contact you, answer any questions you may have, and set up a time/location for a meet and greet! A home visit is required prior to adoption. Wags & Whiskers adopts animals within a 60 mile radius of the Twin Cities or a 30 minute radius of Duluth, Rochester, and Mankato.
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