October 22, 2021 – Hollidae, now named “Sadie”, has found her forever home with her foster mom, after recuperating from heart worm treatments and also enduring an extended post-surgical recovery following the removal of a large cancerous tumor on her back leg. “Sadie was such a trouper during her ordeal,” says her adoptive mom Amy W. “She never whined or complained once”. Sadie had a 7 inch long incision with 30+ stitches, and had to wear a cone collar (and actually wore two layered collars at the end!) for more than six weeks to be sure the wound healed properly. Thanks to the great medical care Sadie received as an Adopt A Golden foster, she is fully recovered and is now enjoying the good life, including long walks in the cool fall air, picking up “trophy leaves” and carrying them around in her mouth, and sleeping in front of the soon-to-be-lit fireplace. “Sadie is such a sweet and loving dog. I am so grateful to the entire AGB team for helping get her back to the healthy life she deserves. I am thrilled to have her as a member of my family.” Congratulations to Sadie and her new adoptive mom, Amy, and best wishes for many happy years together.
Original Adoption Post
Recognize these lyrics? “Holiday, Celebrate! If we took a holiday, Took some time to celebrate, Just one day out of life, It would be.., It would be so nice” (The song is Holiday from Madonna). That’s my name, Hollidae. I got my freedom ride out of a shelter and now I’m an AGB pup. I was a stray and probably lived outside in the past and now I’m golden. That’s worth celebrating! I’m a 11 year old super sweet girl and I weigh 50 pounds. My foster Mom says I am a really good girl and quite the little helper. I love to pick things up from around the house and yard and carry them around for her! I’m spayed, vaccinated and microchipped , and now I can move on to a new, happy life. I’ve been treated for heart worms and reported all in the clear! AGB is giving me all the care I need and, life will be sweet with treats, toys and my own cozy bed in my forever home. Now that’s what I call a holiday! And I will show everyone how much I’m looking forward to my new life with smiles and kisses. I like people and other animals. So let’s celebrate….together. It would be so nice. (PS…another bonus to adopting me is since I’m 11, I can be placed through the senior-to-senior program to an adopter 65 or older with no adoption fee!)