17022 Jane

Young - Female
Adopted Medium Can Use Doggy doorCrate trainedHouse trainedKnows Basic CommandsPrefers to be only dog

Appearance: Jane is a young female with a soft liver colored coat and the most improbable Ombre tail with outrageous feathers. We think she is a golden, Australian Shepard, flat-coat retriever mix but who really knows. She was found abandoned in a home by a home inspector who rescued Jane. But, then, the rescuer need rescuing and they had to turn Jane in to the animal shelter.

With the help of a village of volunteers, ECGRR took Jane in.

Jane is an exceptionally sweet, friendly girl who wants to be right by your side at all times. She does not like to share her home with another dog but, according to the boarding facility where she stayed over Thanksgiving, gets along well with other dogs in public.

Health: Jane is now healthy after heartworm treatment. She is up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. We think she is around 2 years old.

Habits and Training: Jane is fully house trained, crate trained and knows how to use a dog door. She walks well on leash and does know SIT and DOWN. Of course, she immediately jumps up in excitement knowing you are about to say something truly wonderful. She travels well in a car. We don’t know how she will do with a cat. She loves to cuddle and to explore. She specially like squeaky stuffed toys. She has strong retriever tendencies. She likes to carry a toy around and have it thrown for her and she will return it. She can be very low key around the house but high energy when strangers, guest and other dogs are introduced. She does not appear to be thunder phobic but did bark at a loud thunderbolt once.

Children and Other Animals: Jane likes children. She is not eager to share home with another dog but has been living with her foster’s resident golden since August 2017.

Jane’s forever home should have a fenced yard as Jane loves to chase squirrels during the day. It would ideal if there are no other dogs. Her foster says “She is really quite wonderful!”