What a great dog! Tina is an 11 year old Golden Retriever. Her favorite thing to do is cuddle up next to anyone who will allow it. She loves to be petted and snuggled. When not seeking the attention of her human companion, she will play with stuffed animals and balls. She ignores her foster cats, chickens and ducks, but does chase squirrels.
Tina has good manners and knows how to sit, lay and stay. She's improving her leash skills on daily walks. She has never shown any aggression to her human companions, however, does get possessive with the other resident animals over food, toys and the bed. Because of this Tina would love to be your one and only.
If you are looking for an easy going dog with lots of love left to give, this is the dog for you!
Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog
Senior dogs love to sleep and cuddle the day away. They enjoy a brisk daily walk, but the best part of the day is the nap. They love for you to join them.
Senior dogs have a tremendous amount of love to give. When you rescue a senior dog, you have a best friend for life.
Senior dogs reward your care with an unwavering devotion. Nothing matches the gratitude of a senior dog for her rescuer.
Tina does have some kidney issues resulting from Lyme disease. She's on a very inexpensive ACE inhibitor medication and prescription renal dog food.