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Code: BFT2022

Queenie Goldstein   

In shelter Dog

Brooklyn, NY, 11222
Pet name:
Queenie Goldstein
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Miss Queenie Goldstein is here and ready to shower you in cuddles and kisses! Queenie is a super friendly, curious girl who loves getting her outside sniffies - sometimes a little too much! Despite her petite size, shes a strong gal and would benefit greatly from someone who can help her master leash skills and polite "impulse control". This gorgeous, spunky shepherd mix LOVES her fosters resident dogs, and is always eager to make new canine friends when out and about. She would love to have a canine or two to play with in her forever home! She can sometimes come on a little strong, so rambunctious matches are the key to her heart. She also ADORES people and is always looking for a way to get into your lap for a snuggle sesh. Queenie is hoping to find an active family who can provide her with the structure and stimulation that she needs to thrive. When we asked her foster for their favorite thing about Queenie, the response was "literally everything! Approved adopters interested in Queenie Goldstein can email for more info. If youre not approved yet, apply today at
Hearts & Bones Rescue - NY


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