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Goldie, #22-68, is a 3 year old Blue Frenchie puppy mill survivor.

Goldie is very curious and tends to follow the pack as far as learning the ropes, showing no aggression over toys or food. She engages in play time with her foster pack and learned the doggy door right away. We have every hope that housebreaking will go smoothly given that she’s already picked up on this concept. She accepts petting and attention, but her preference is definitely of the canine persuasion. She has come a long way in her short time with GMPR. She loves to play and definitely seeks the guidance of the other dogs in the home, so we’re looking for a home with another dog companion. She has not been kid/cat tested, but given her calm manner we expect she would do just fine. Her foster mom has relayed she is simply a great dog! She really wants to be part of the pack and loves her play time. When its downtime, she likes being comfortable on a blanket on the couch and does seem to be very comfortable in her bed in the crate as well, she keeps it breezy.

Goldie suffers from allergies and is currently taking Apoquel daily to address. This is something the adoptive family should be prepared to maintain for the immediate time being, if not permanently. Goldie has been spayed, fully vetted and is ready for adoption.

Her adoption fee is $400.


Gretchen, #23-06, is a petite Black and White Boston (approx. 12-15 lbs) believed to be 5 years old. She’s a curious little pup, letting the pack in her foster home lead the way. She enjoys the company of her canine siblings and has two small, energetic children in the home. With their energy levels, she has been somewhat keeping her distance. We think she’ll do very well in a home with older children that are dog savvy and respectful of rules and boundaries. Gretchen does not startle at all with loud noises, crashing toys or crying, so she’s tolerant of varied environments.

She has shown no food, people, or toy aggression in her foster home. She is a bit hand shy, but does allow handling. Once on your lap or next to you, she accepts petting favorably. She is battling a UTI and had a suspected "Open Pyometra" which was immediately addressed via spay surgery. Because of this, we cannot speak to her potential as far as housebreaking; however, her affinity to pee on soft things (towels, blankets, wee wee pads) is a good sign for the future. This is still work in progress.

Gretchen shows great promise of being that perfect little companion. While she gets along beautifully with other dogs... she is not a cuddler so she would be okay in a home with or without other animals. She is sweet and has so much enthusiasm when she greets you... her little tail-less bum wiggles with all of the joy a Boston Terrier can muster.

Gretchen has been spayed, fully vetted and is pending a dental, date yet to be scheduled. She will be ready for adoption 72 hours afterwards. Gretchen is being offered to new applicants as well as previously approved applicants, her adoption fee is $375.

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