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Sheila is the most beautiful/wonderful golden retriever mix from Taiwan and she was rescued to the best home ever!! She quickly learned commands and made herself at home in our house. We love her so much. And she just fits in so well at our home,

We couldn’t imagine our family without her. She’s truly been a joy these past few months, and we’re all looking forward to the memories we’ll share with her in the future. Thank you so much for doing all that you do. We wouldn’t have her in our lives without you.

sheila5From Sheila: This is Sheila  and I am loving my forever home! My new family gives me tons of LOVE! I am loving my new brother Tank and we play and play together for hours. Thank you for saving me, you made one puppy, one dachshund and 2 humans very happy.

 

Sheila was adopted on August 21, 2016.


Sheila’s Available Story:

Dear Potential New Family:

Sheila 2680eHi!  My name is Sheila (#2680) and I am 15-months old.  One of my parents was a Golden Retriever but the other one was not, so they tell me that makes me a Golden mix.   I’m not sure what that means, but I have to assume it’s a good thing because someone paid for my airfare from Taiwan to America — and I don’t believe they would have bothered if being a Golden mix weren’t a good thing.  Anyway, after only a few weeks here, I learned my name in English.  I also learned “sit”, how to take a treat, and how to “wait.”  I’m learning to walk on a leash, but it not something that comes naturally to me like language does, so it’s taking a little time to master the art.  My foster family says that I’m a quick study so continuing my education with my forever family should be easy and fun.

Speaking of fun, I love to play.  I especially like running around at top speed then spontaneously stopping for a play bow before I continue running.  I am good with other dogs, but I’m a little uncertain of those thing you call cats.  My foster family thinks I would do better with older children than with younger ones because I like to jump and nip when I’m excited.  (Be honest.  You do, too.  Right?)  My foster family also says I should tell you that I am “super cute” and “loving” and that I will “make someone a great pet.”  I’m not certain what all of those words mean yet, but maybe you can help me understand them?

I look forward to meeting you soon.

Love,

Sheila

P.S.  I also like riding in the car.

Sex: Female
Age: About 15 months
Weight: 40 pounds
Attributes: Dogs: Yes; Cats: Probably not; Kids: Teens
Availability: Adopted