Adopted 09-11-14 – Dragging yourself to the door your stomach rumbles and grumbles as you picture the bland frozen burrito you’re going to nuke for dinner. Your ankles are sore; you have a dull headache after your traffic-jam ride home from a long day at work. Yeah, the day got you down, the day knocked you out, but suddenly you unlock the door and your mood zooms sky-high as there’s a loving dog waiting for you. Her tail is wagging and she feels compelled to carry her toys in her mouth—such a cute habit. She is proud of the toy in her mouth when she comes enthusiastically toward you, it may be her way of telling you ”Hey, look what I got for you!”
That is Quinn, she is the first one that greets everyone and wants to get your attention—she wants to give you a full day of affection in 1 minute. She is devoted to those that take care of her and she wants to make sure that she lets you know how much she appreciates your companionship. Quinn is the kind of dog that will be your buddy, she likes dogs but it is obvious that she loves humans. Her mom says she is just a real good dog that loves life and kids—as long as the kids are respectful of how they treat animals. She loves to snuggle and be the center of attention.
Quinn you see loves to love…. and hopes someone else will love her as much!
Quinn eyes are the first thing that you become aware of about her but it is her sweetness that you notice and that is what will melt your heart. She is a dog that is a true joy to be around, it is obvious that she has that typical Flat Coat personality and she just wants to please in every way. She is very devoted to people and she craves human attention and wants to be as close as he possibly can be to them.
Like so many of the rescue dogs that are found, Quinn, her mother and 4 other siblings were found dumped on a rural road near the woods the first week of March. They looked to have been surviving on their own for a week or more. The pups were thought to be about 8-9 wks old when they were found by a rescue angel. Their health was already starting to take a toll on their little bodies, they were wormy and emaciated. They are all not in the loving home and care of her rescuer.
Quinn and her siblings are already showing the signs of their breed. Her foster dad has noticed that she is “just a real good dog”. Even at this young age, they listen and come when they are called and their foster family feels that they are really special dogs that were meant to be saved. Unlike most puppies, they told us that Quinn and her siblings are relatively calm in comparison to other puppy litters. Recently they have been around little children and true to their breed, are just tremendously loving and gentle with them.
Quinn loves to run and play with her siblings and she warmed up to her foster mom rather quickly. She was slightly cautious at first but warmed up after a pet and an ear scratching She gets lots of play time with her with her siblings and follows behind our ATV in the evenings. She gets along with her siblings and does well with her foster brothers and sisters dogs. She does great with kids and has been around kids quite often. She might be a large dog; her mother is about an 80lbs dog.
If you have an urge to have an instant best friend that is always glad to see you and easily maintained, you really should give this wonderful girl a look. Quinn just needs someone who will love her and give her the attention she deserves.
ABOUT THE BREED
Height: 22 – 23 inches (56 – 58 cm)
Weight: 60 – 70 pounds (27 – 32 kg)
The Flat-Coated Retriever is excellent with children and a great family dog with a reliable temperament. Friendly, sweet and high-spirited, it loves everyone, even strangers. It has a puppy-like attitude and always appears to be in good spirits. It loves to play and retrieve, and with enough exercise it will be quiet indoors, saving the activity for the outside. It is an intelligent, loyal companion. This very sociable breed, gets along well with dogs and other pets.
DISCLAIMER: THE BREED POSTED ON OUR DOGS’ BIOGRAPHIES ARE OUR BEST GUESS BASED ON SEVERAL YEARS OF DOG RESCUE. ADOPTERS WHO NEED TO KNOW THE EXACT BREED OF A PARTICULAR DOG MUST HAVE THE DOG TESTED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE.
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|Life Average||10-12 Years|
|Breed||Flat Coat Retriever/Labrador Retriever|
|Fee||All Shots + Transport - 450|
|Organization||Rescue Dog Village Guardian, Inc.|
VIDEO OF ALL PUPS: See how Sandy loves to run and play with her siblings
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