Juliet (#3862) flew in from South Korea on March 20, 2023. She is about 1 ½-years old, a yellow Labrador retriever, 57 pounds, who had 6 puppies on February 1, 2023. (It seems Romeo #3807 and Juliet were abandoned together and got along just fine! They sure made some cute puppies!) Since Juliet tested positive for heartworm, she had to wean her puppies before her treatment could begin. Golden Bond Rescue has now started on her heartworm treatment which takes about 4 months.
Here are some comments from her foster mom: Juliet is settling in! She is doing great with just leaving her kennel open and she can go in there if she feels overwhelmed. She is a little bit of a counter surfer but she’s easily distracted. We all went outside to walk around the yard a bit for some light exercise. She loves exploring. She also loves my son. She seems a bit timid with my goldens but I imagine she’ll warm up, no aggression at all. She definitely likes people and wants all love and pets. She is taking her meds in the pill pockets as well as eating normal.
Juliet is reported to be a bit of a shoe thief, but only hoards them, doesn’t chew them.
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 accustomed to its new foster home.