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In shelter Dog

Austin, TX, 78702
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Goldie appreciates balance in life-its equal parts fun and naps. She loves neighborly walks. At home her thing is companionship-she wants to fit right in where the people are, or hang out near another friendly dog of the home. She has a playful youthful spirit and will zoom around you or her dog friend all waggy tailed, to entice some play action! But when its her turn for the cuddles, no sharing please, its me time! Shes very housetrained and sleeps through the night. Of course extra potty breaks are never turned down! Goldie has been in a home with kids and does very well. She can get startled at the top of her vision line. Therefore its important to declare the top of her head as a no-fly zone. Goldie can be crated as needed when her people are away while adjusting to a new home and/or a home pet. Cat experience is unknown. Goldie appreciates a little accommodation please, long flights of stairs can become troublesome, and give her a few seconds to rise to her feet after resting, she promises to bust-a-move once she gets moving! Can you appreciate the balance found in a mature nice girl that still knows what fun is all about? Meeting Goldie is easy, shes in foster. Reach out on her ADOPT ME button or to foster reach out to


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