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Chase 977   

In shelter Dog

Bonita Springs, Lee County, Florida, ...
Pet name:
Chase 977
Golden Retriever
Golden, Chestnut
Coat length:
Update-URGENT: We are looking for an adult only foster or a foster to adopt family for Chase, a 8-year-old purebred golden. Chase has been in a temporary foster and has been improving on his guarding behaviors. He sits patiently for his food and takes treats gently. He also now gets in the car with minor “grumbling”. He is gentle and playful with his canine roommate. On walks, he meets other people, dogs with a typical Golden tail wag, and leans in for petting. Chase is good with cats and dogs and most of the time very loving. Chase is still showing some guarding in the house when his foster mom is preparing to leave for work. Chase is extremely smart and tries to be the boss to get his way.  He needs a person that isn’t afraid of him but also isn’t forceful. We believe his past forceful training and use of e collars have contributed to his issues We have trainers who have worked with him and will continue to in the Fort Myers area. If out of the area, GRRSWF will need to find a trainer and continued training will be required. If you are interested in helping Chase, please email


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