Ruff Ruff! My name is Daphne
|Breed:||Golden Retriever||Color:||Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Daphne has the most gorgeous reddish golden coat. Daphne is in an experienced foster home that has seen numerous dogs come, and go. Daphne's foster mom describes the family as generally critical in nature. However, Daphne seems to have unanimously won the hearts of ALL. Even "the most picky" of the family members announced they should adopt Daphne. She is really super sweet, likes to follow her foster mom around and nudge her for the petting that she knows she deserves. Daphne is reluctant to follow her foster mom up the stairs. She has tried to persuade Daphne to come up with her, but she just stands at the bottom of the stairs wagging her tail. We are not sure if Daphne is unable to get up the stairs, if she is just afraid of them, or she has been trained to stay off the stairs. Additionally, Daphne is a bit of a homebody. She really does not enjoy car rides. In fact, she is a little fearful of car rides and immediate cowers on the floor and shivers. Daphne's current foster states "she is a very likeable dog and would love to have a home where she is center of attention. But, is definitely adaptable to having company."
Daphne runs outside on her own and does her business. But, she loves to be indoors with her peeps. Daphne knows the sit and lay down commands. Daphne is very food oriented, so training is accentuated with food rewards.
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MTGRR is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, care, evaluation and placement of abandoned or unwanted golden retrievers. In addition, our mission is to promote the understanding, appreciation and care of canines among the general public through education about responsible pet ownership. Finally, we endeavor to raise awareness regarding the extraordinary unwanted pet population, and do our part to decrease it.
Visit Our Calendar of Events page frequently to see upcoming Adoption Days: http://www.rescueagolden.org/RP_Calendar.asp
Next Adoption Day is at The Farm at Natchez Trace in Franklin, TN on April 6th. Please join us! More info. on our site at: http://rescueagolden.org/RP_AdoptMe.asp?aid=1389
Visit our How To Adopt page at: http://www.rescueagolden.org/RP_WebDoc.asp?ttid=52
Visit our Adoption Application page at: http://www.rescueagolden.org/RP_Application.asp
We operate in a large region covering Middle Tennessee, Western Kentucky, and Northern Alabama. Go to: http://www.rescueagolden.org/RP_WebDoc.asp?ttid=166 for a map of the areas we serve.