I am coming to Pawsitively Furever Dog Rescue on 1/13/18. If you are interested please complete an adoption application at www.pawsitivelyfurever.org in order to be approved for meet and greet and take me home that day. Adoption fee includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay/neuter if of age. Please visit our webpage, www.pawsitivelyfurever.org for application Hi!! My name is Belle. I am 5 month old lab/golden mix. I am 18 pounds. I was surrendered after I was left in my crate for multiple days at a time when my owner left for work. I have a lot of energy and would benefit from a yard with a fence so i can run. I am a sweet guy who gets along with other dogs. Adoption fee is $375 Goldadors are active and require at least half an hour of daily exercise - most enjoy retrieving games as well as hiking and swimming. Once they've reached physical maturity (between 18 and 24 months), Goldadors make excellent jogging companions. Training the eager-to-please Goldador is relatively easy - they come from a long line of dogs who work closely and willingly with people. This makes them an excellent choice for first-time owners, provided they get the exercise, structure, and positive reinforcement they crave. Goldadors are also a good option for families with children (though they can be a bit rambunctious for toddlers), as they want nothing more than to be part of family activities. The ideal residence for a Goldador is a home with a fenced yard, but with regular exercise and companionship they can live and thrive in apartments and condos. Whatever his home, a Goldador should live indoors with his people. Rescuer makes no explicit or implicit guarantees in reference to the health, temperament and/or the breed of the dog. The dog is adopted 'as is', and the adopter assumes all responsibility for treatment of any and all existing conditions or any other conditions of physical or temperament changes that may occur. Rescuer will provide the dog with the basic vaccines, heart worm test and sterilization before adoption if the age and current health of the dog permits. While the rescuer makes every effort to place only healthy animals, the rescuer cannot guarantee the health of any animal, and shall not be held responsible for any medical expenses that may be incurred. Rescuer will provide information received from the veterinarian exam, observations on the temperament of the animal and a best guess of the breed.