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Available Dogs - Ivy

Ivy 6


Hey, look at me! Now that I’m the center of your attention (which  is where I love to be!), let me tell you a bit about myself. I was surrendered to the rescue after being shuffled around a bit by my family, and I’m really hoping to find the perfect furever home. My foster mom says I’m the perfect dog because I have great house manners as well as being playful, smart, funny, and beautiful! I have a lot of energy and seem much younger than six years old. There’s nothing I love more than being petted and loved on, and I’m looking for a home where I’ll get a lot of that! I also love stuffed toys. I’m so excited when you’ve left and come home again that I like to bring you a gift just because you returned. Sometimes it’s a stuffed toy, other times it might be your shoe! Don’t worry though, I don’t ever chew on things. My foster mom says that I’m a typical retriever with a soft mouth, I just love carrying things around! As you can see, I’m pretty perfect. If you’re looking for a lifelong companion, I’m your girl!

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Six years old


60 pounds

Health status:  

Good; on hypothyroid medication so she needs to get levels checked occasionally and will need maintanance medication

Major personality traits:  

Playful, sweet, attention-seeking, looking to bond with you

Interaction with dogs:  

A little timid around larger dogs; would do okay with a proper introduction with a calm, submissive canine friend that doesn't mind her wanting attention.

Interaction with cats:  


Child requirements:  

Great with older children, could knock over a younger child due to excitability

Fence requirements:  

Preferred, she loves to run around outside and play fetch

General activity level:  

Medium; loves to play and gets excited, but she also settles down easily and enjoys lying by your side

Work schedule best suited for:  


Leash manners:  


Degree of training needed:  

Knows basic commands; reinforcement of good behavior needed.