Goldie is around 7 years old according to our vet. She weighs about 12 pounds and has scruffy long wire hair(we have her groomed close). So she is no or low shed. We did not get any information on her when she was rescued from a pretty bad neglect situation. I can tell you what I know about her due to the time I and her foster Mommy has spent with her. Goldie is pretty quiet and laid back. She is just a little bit shy until she gets to know you. She likes to snuggle and sleep in her human's bed. She would feel more comfortable in a home with another laid back dog. She is good with cats. She is most the way potty trained but you have to be quick with catching her signal. You get one chance and that is it lol. She will use pee pads in case ypu can not let her out fast enough.
She will go to her new home current on all shots,deworming, on heartworm and flea prevention and micro-chipped. The vet thinks she has been spayed but we have no way of knowing for absolute sure without having her prior history.
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