Penny arrived in the United States from China in January 2021. She spent about 3 months with her caring foster parents in Milwaukie, Oregon. We brought her to her forever home in Roseburg, Oregon on April 17, 2021.
We love Penny with all our hearts! She has given us many signs that she loves and feels safe at her forever home: running around in her big backyard; playing with tennis balls and dog toys; being brushed; taking naps; eating her food/treats; sleeping all night and going potty outside. She loves to give us kisses, she loves to wiggle and wag her tail when she sees us, and she even has a special toy area in our house that we call “Penny Lane.” She and Ava (our neighbors’ German Shepherd) are doing well together and learning how to play with each other. Ava taught Penny how to go through the doggy door! She also plays with our other neighbors’ dog Goose, a Goldendoodle.
Penny loves to explore her forever home and yard. We are still working with her on a few things: not carrying pillows, blankets, clothes around the house, walking on a leash, and riding in the car. She has shown much improvement in these areas so far during the few months that we have had her.
We are so grateful for Golden Bond Rescue. Penny is a perfect match for us!
Hi! My name is Penny (#3451). I arrived in the USA from China in January 2021. My foster family says I am “the sweetest girl.” I love to run around the backyard with my foster brother and try to make friends with the neighbor dogs through the fence. I am “quite the hungry little thing” and will try to eat anything off the counter. Because I love food, I should be easy to train if you have lots of treats to share. I am not really into snuggles, but I love to have my neck scratched and will shake hands with you when I want more scratches.
I am crate-trained and will sleep through the night in my kennel. I am pretty much house-trained, but do not always let you know when I have to go out so it’s important to let me out frequently, especially after meals. I like to have something in my mouth and have a hard time differentiating between toys and non-toys, so it’s important to keep clothes and pillows out of my reach. My foster family says I am “a beautiful dog with a gentle soul.” I am looking for a loving home with attentive parents and preferably a dog sister or brother. Could that home be with you?
Adoption fee: $900 plus $35 microchip fee
Penny was adopted April 17, 2021