Copper (#3811), a beautiful two-year old Golden Retriever, came to Golden Bond Rescue as a dog who was never socialized, is easily overstimulated, and has no idea how to interact with other dogs. GBR is working with a professional trainer to ensure Copper learns how to interact appropriately with other dogs and how to walk on a leash. Copper will need continued support from his forever family to ensure he receives the training he needs to become a contributing member of society. Copper most likely has a high prey drive which would make him a poor candidate for a home with small dogs, cats or any other other small animals.
Even though Copper is a very energetic boy, he will melt into your leg the second you pet him.
All descriptions above are what we know about this dog when it was first released to GBR. Dogs are typically in foster care for three to four weeks. During that time, we will discover its true personality as witnessed by its particular foster family. The dog’s personality traits may change as it becomes accustom to its new foster home.