Ruff Ruff! My name is Daisha
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5488342|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Daisha is between 1 1/2 and 2 years old at the most. She is a pretty young Miss who loves to have fun, and doesn’t seem to notice that she is ‘different.’ Daisha has loads of personality and lots of puppy energy! She tears around with her foster brother, Fenway, and the resident Golden, chewing on ears, legs and necks… then she may move onto furniture, rugs, mail, clothing, shoes, eyeglasses (in other words, some supervision and puppy-proofing the house is required). She has a great appetite, yet doesn’t put on weight. Because she’s a tri-pod, it is important that she remain slim. Daisha is very much a Velcro girl and loves to cuddle the evening away on the couch with her foster mom (after she gets tuckered out from rough-housing). She is generally potty trained, baby gate recommended at first. Daisha loves to chase and retrieve balls, though she’s a little reluctant to release them. In the garden she loves to eat grasses and help you dig, being a surprisingly efficient digger with that one front leg. She’s the most loving dog ever, and sometimes sleeps with her head right next to her foster mom’s. When Daisha is happy to see you she expresses herself vocally and becomes a mass of wiggles. For her ideal forever home, we feel that she needs another youngish dog her size to play with, a one-story home (since stairs are potentially hazardous), she needs to be allowed in the bedroom with her humans when she chooses, couch privileges, best no cats, no small kids, and a home where someone who is home more than not. Also, she does pull excitedly on the leash at first (weaving side to side), but then she settles into a more calm walk by the 2nd or 3rd block. But, Daisha would not be a good candidate for long distance walking or hiking. If you have a heart for a special girl in your life, and would like to talk about adopting Daisha, please contact Flori at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have already had a home interview and are interested in meeting, please email at email@example.com . Please note that we are only able to cover and adopt out to the Southern California area. To submit your application and have your home interview, go to Adopt a Golden.
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Our mission is to find loving, lifetime homes for all Southern California Golden Retrievers in need, regardless of conditions or circumstances. We will always strive to heal the sick and injured, rehabilitate the neglected and abused, and nurture the aged and unwanted until we find the perfect family who will shower them with unconditional love.
All dogs are available to be met by appointment only. We are a foster-based rescue.
we require contracts, home visits, adoption application. Fees depend on age of dog
all of Southern California: Counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Riverside, and souther Kern.