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Retriever Mix to Good Home

Pictures don't do her justice!
Pictures don't do her justice!
Year-old golden retriever mix. She is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, house trained, great off the leash, good with people and kids. She is a snuggle bug that craves attention and loves to run.

She is a good pup and it's breaking my heart to send her away.

I'll include her medical paperwork, a food bowl, leash, collar, and her two favorite chew toys. 

Email me at gr8tcalamity@gmail.com if you're interested.
petluvr April 28, 2014 at 11:10 AM
It would be an injustice to just give her away as she might end up in the wrong hands (of abuse). Have you tried a rescue organization? Please.
Jen Krieger LeBoeuf April 29, 2014 at 11:43 AM
I didn't plan on giving her away. There would be a small rehoming fee and I'm being very careful about where she ends up. Thanks for your concern. I've looking into rescues, but all of them so far have been full. She has to have a new home before we move next month.
Keith April 29, 2014 at 07:23 PM
You seem to really care about her, is there absolutely no chance of you taking her into your new house? Please consider keeping her a part of your family.
Cris May 01, 2014 at 07:50 PM
This coming from an animal lover...I know you all mean well, but please I am sure this is a VERY hard decision for her and her family. I also am sure she has tried every option she can think of and this is her last hope before taking her "baby" to the pound!! I wish I could help but I have way more than I can handle and need to find homes for some of mine. So I hope you do find a GOOD home for your baby. I know she will be a good dog just by the breed she is!! Good luck!!!
oswego resident May 02, 2014 at 12:13 PM
All you dog freaks need to chill out. It's a dog. We're not talking about giving a baby up for adoption. I don't see anybody willing to take the dog in but there are a few of you who have plenty to say what the owner should do. Keep your suggestions to yourself

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