Well hello there! My name is Lootie, and I'm a sweet, affectionate, and gentle 70-pound white GoldenDoodle gal who was born about February 2009. I love people and am great with kids -- even the toddler. I love it when my humans of all ages pet me or want to hug or cuddle with me, but I'm also fine relaxing in my own space. I haven't been around cats, but I'm great with other dogs and am not food aggressive. I don't need as much exercise as most GoldenDoodles, but I do enjoy the daily walks that have been always in my family's routine, and I'm excellent on a leash. I can sit, shake hands, lie down, heel, and load up in the car on command. My coat does not shed, but I do need a regular bath or grooming so that my fur doesn't mat. I'm in great health, and I recently had my teeth cleaned. I guess you're wondering why a fabulous gal like me is needing to find a new home. I was adopted by a loving, attentive family when I was still quite young. Even though I'm a source of joy to her, my human mom realizes that with recent serious family health issues, she will be the nurse and can't give me the kind of activity and attention that I deserve to be totally happy. So she's made the difficult decision to try to find me a home where 'Lootie can give someone as much joy as she has given me.' By the way, I live with a LabraDoodle name Abby, and we get along great together. Although we are available separately, I secretly hope that we can be adopted together. How much fun would that be? At any rate, today's the day that you need to arrange to meet me (and Abby, for that matter!). Hey! I'm looking forward to meeting you! Lootie is updated on shots, spayed, microchipped, dewormed, and heartworm tested. Her adoption fee is $150 (or $250 for the bonded pair with Abby), cash or check payable to Buster's Friends. Please click the contact button if you are interested in Lootie, and we can arrange for you to meet her. NOTE: Lootie is posted as a courtesy to an independent owner in hopes that networking through Buster's Friends' website postings will find a wonderful lifetime home for her. Buster's Friends is committed to reducing the number of animals who are surrendered to shelters and to assuring that fewer animals face the possibility of euthanasia. Courtesy postings for the community is one way that we can achieve this by providing a platform in which animals like Lootie remain safe while still being widely seen until she is placed in a permanent home. Disclaimer: Lootie has never been in the care of Buster's Friends. We can therefore not evaluate her behavior or medical status and not be liable for any damages or injury which she may cause. However, her caregivers will supply all of her vet records. If Lootie needs to be returned, she will go back to the home of her independent owner. To adopt one of our dogs, you must fill out our adoption application and be approved by one of our adoption counselors. To make the process more efficient, download the adoption application at http://www.bustersfriends.org/dogadoptionapplication.shtml. First save and then open it; then you can print it and fill it out.