MAY

golden retriever mix | spayed female | 2.5 years old | 43 lbs

May's Story

May is abandoned in mountain area where have aggressive wild dogs. The rescuer took her to veterinary hospital immediately to check microchip but no found; she is easy to be took into car since she is very sweet. She was not only skinny by starving but also had kinked fur badly, so we have to shave her coat of whole body. No one wants to adopt her since she has no beautiful hair; no one can see that she is a Golden Retriever mixed breed. She got a home after 6 months when her hair is long again but she been returned after one month by the reason of start to work in oversea soon. We thought she should be popular by her looking in Taiwan but seems thing was not going to our way, maybe meant to be her future in somewhere else.
— May's Rescuer

Get to Know May

May is Golden Retriever mixed breed obviously, but can’t see what breed made her legs short; anyway she is very cute by her coat and short legs. She is talented and super sweet-temperament, and beautiful absolutely, she is also very obedience, easy-going and closes to people. She is good with people and kids, good with dogs (cats N/A). She also loves to be petted. She likes to play fetch. She can follow commands well.

Please don’t hesitate if you love a Golden Retriever mixed breed. Apply her right away!
— May's Foster Parent

 -   SOCIALIZATION   -

SOCIAL INCLINATION : DOMINANT | SUBMISSIVE

PEOPLE-FRIENDLY : Y

CHILD-FRIENDLY : Y

GETS ALONG WITH EXISTING PETS AT HOME? : Y

GETS ALONG WITH OUTSIDE DOGS: Y

 

-   ANXIETY   -

SKITTISH? : N

FEAR OF MEN : N

BARKS WHEN UNATTENDED? : N

CHEWS THINGS UP WHEN UNATTENDED? : N

 

-   AGGRESSION   -

BITING INCIDENTS? : N

FOOD AGGRESSION WITH DOGS : N

FOOD AGGRESSION WITH HUMANS: N

 

-   DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES   -

ENERGY LEVEL : V. HIGH | HIGH | MODERATE | LOW

HOUSE TRAINED? : Y (OUTSIDE) 

LEASH-TRAINED : Y

COMMANDS LEARNED : SIT, DOWN

ADAPTS WELL TO NEW ENVIRONMENTS? : Y

 

ANY OTHER ISSUES? : May is missing two teeth, one on the right and one on the left. They were missing at the time of her rescue. Please refer to her photographs above. She also needed to have half of a toe amputated due to a bad infection she had at the time of rescue, this toe is now shorter than the others and lacks a nail. Missing two teeth, and toe are barely noticeable and do not affect her quality of life. She has been thoroughly examined by a vet and is completely healthy.

 May's short toe, all healed up now.

May's short toe, all healed up now.