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Nova   

In shelter Dog

Oxford, MI, 48371
Pet name:
Nova
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Golden Retriever
Date:
08/17/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
Hi, my name is Nova, but all my friends call me Mollie. 

I’m a golden retriever mix, 58lbs, and I am 1.5 years old. 

I’m a pretty active young dog and I can get bored really easily. I hope my future family is interested in playing with me and going on walks too. If any children in the home, I would prefer over 13 years old. I would love a home with a fenced yard, I need the extra room to romp around. I will need to be the only pet in the home. I am a diva and not interested in sharing the limelight with other animals.

I love mind games to keep me busy. Treat toys are the best! I know a few commands too like wait, sit, down, and come. 

The crate is not my favorite place to go but I am becoming tolerant of it if you need to go somewhere. If you could not be gone for too long that would be awesome. I will really miss you. 

I do get car sick, but it seems to be managed well with medication. The medication makes the car ride (even a super short one) much more enjoyable for both you and me.

While I do love chicken, I seem to be allergic or intolerant of chicken. After trying a few foods, I’ve started eating a Turkey based dog food that can be purchased from Costco. It has been going very well.

I am a happy, fun, playful, smart, and energetic young lady just looking for the family of my dreams.

If you think we could be a good match and you are over 21 years old, send in an application for me at k9stray.com. My friends at K9 will be in touch.

I hope to meet you real soon :-) 

~Mollie 

*Please check your lease agreements for breed/weight restrictions prior to applying.*

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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