Golden retriever orphans


Max/Buddy Max - ADOPTED

BIO: Oct 9,2019 - Foster Failure! Shortly after coming to AGB, Max went to a foster home where he has a canine brother and sister, two feline sisters, and a mom and dad who think hes pretty awesome. After a few days, Max told them that he was adopting them and that it was non-negotiable. Thankfully, they are equally smitten with him and are committed to helping him with his allergies and arthritis. His new parents are very "thankful that AGB is letting them adopt this sweet boy". Max couldn't have picked a better home! Congrats, sweet boy. ****************************************** They call me Max, magnificent Max. Hello folks, believe it or not, I'm looking for a new home. My owner experienced some family and financial problems and reluctantly surrendered me to AGB. It's a little bewildering to me because I've been with my owner since I was a puppy. But I'm in a wonderful foster home right now and only needed to stay in the vet kennel for a couple of days. I've been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and I'm heart worm negative. Simply, I am a magnificent and handsome Golden boy of 7 years; the perfect age. I'm house-trained and easy going and I weigh 75 pounds. I know "sit", "off", and "down". I have been allowed on furniture but I'm used to my own dog bed in the bedroom. I'm playful with other dogs and I love cats! And, yes, like the typical Golden, I love car rides and walks. Overall, I have quiet nature but I'm a very friendly and good boy. I'm told I have the cutest little crooked bottom teeth (braces might have helped). I do need prescription food because I have some food and skin allergies. You might know that the name "Max" means "greatest". And I promise I will be the greatest Golden boy in the world!

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