Age: 9 1/2 years old
Adoption Fees: $300
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
May 11, 2019 – Golda went to her forever home today, she will share her life with 2 teenagers, 1 pug brother and 1 bug sister.
May 4, 2019 – If you are looking for a practically perfect pug, I think it would be me! I am 9.5 years young and quite spry if I do say so. I can go up and down stairs, go for long walks, and enjoy playing sometimes too. I am a friendly girl that loves to do whatever you are doing – from going exploring in the neighbourhood to watching TV on the couch. I like car rides and am well behaved on leash out on walks. I am totally house trained and I have a good appetite. They have been feeding me raw food, which is delicious! I have enjoyed living with two other small dogs and a toddler. I am super patient with children (and always hoping they might share their snack). However, what I really hope for is to find my forever family soon. Is it you??
April 17, 2019 – Golda is doing very well and enjoys sunning as soon as she gets the chance. She continues to be a sweet girl and a joy to have around.
April 1, 2019 – Golda is almost completely housetrained, we leave a pee pad when we are gone and she doesn’t use it. Golda is now looking for her forever home. She is a sweet cuddly girl who get along well with other dogs and respectful kids.
March 25, 2019 – Golda is back to her own self after her dental procedure. She has been microchipped and brought up to date in her vaccination. She is slowly learning to do her business outside as she came to us pee pad trained.
March 22, 2019 – Golda had her teeth cleaned today. She lost 13 and was already missing 9.
March 21, 2019 – Golda is a very sweet girl. She loves cuddling on the couch and is always ready for bed at night. Sometimes she snores quite a bit! She has been great with our toddler and didn’t seem to notice the cat at the vet. She is still working on her leash skills – sometimes she pulls a bit, but is keen to explore/smell her surroundings. She has been doing well with her house training and only used her pad once or twice recently. We gave her a bath this evening, and she is now nice and fluffy. Golda is getting her teeth cleaned today.
March 19, 2019 – Golda is settling in well. When she first arrived, she had a few accidents in the house and was a bit anxious. We did a few trips outside when I saw her circling in the house and she caught on quickly to that routine. She was previously pee pad trained, so we have those out for when we aren’t present. However, she seems happy to go outside and we will continue to encourage that. Golda seemed to settle after a short time and ate well at dinner. She slept quietly overnight in a dog bed beside our bed. Her tail wiggles so fast when she sees you and she loves to give kisses. She needs some reminding of her boundaries at times, but it all stems from her desire to be affectionate. Golda seems a little bit itchy and is scooting intermittently. She will be transitioned to raw food today. She will see the vet on March 20 for a check up and to book a dental cleaning. Overall, she is a sweet and affectionate little pug who is good with other dogs, kids and likely cats too! P.S. she rode in the car seat the whole way home since it had the best view out the window
March 17, 2019 – Golda was surrendered to us on March 16. She is born October 27, 2009 so she is 9 1/2 years old. Golda is spayed and up to date in her vaccination. She is going to the vet this week for a complete check up and to get her teeth checked. Golda is pee pad trained and we will be working on showing her to go outside to do her business. Stay tuned on this sweet girl as we get to know her better.