2015-016Quick Adoption Overview
June 29: I was adopted!
June 29: I was adopted!
7 years old
Health needs - takes medication daily for joint pain; requires eye drops daily
Good with well mannered dogs
Fine with cats
Fenced Yard Required
Located in Bancroft, ON - We will consider homes for Zoe up to 15 hours or so from her foster location -- this includes NB, NS and the eastern States.
All About Zoe
Zoe is a sweet and sensitive girl who is quiet and well mannered, knows basic commands, and is looking for an awesome family to call her own. She is people focused, loves to hang out with her family and be involved in all of the activities in her household.
She is a friendly girl who is affectionate and will never turn down a chin scratch or a belly rub! An easy going gal, Zoe is a pleasure to spend time with and is a lower energy Newf who is happy relaxing with her family. She'd be a great companion for someone looking for a slower paced dog to take on leisurely strolls.
Zoe gets along well with other respectful dogs and cats. She is currently living with 4 other dogs in foster care and they enjoy hanging out together. She is not overly playful, but is happy to have a few snout wars. An overly boisterous playmate would be too much for her, but a gentle, well mannered dog would be fine, or she would be perfectly happy to be the only dog.
Zoe has excellent house manners and is a loveable girl who thrives on attention. She knows her basic commands and wants nothing more than to please. A typical velcro Newf, she is always nearby!
Zoe requires regular ear cleaning and daily eye drops, a regular grooming regimen, a healthy grain-free fish based diet, and lots of love to keep her in tip top shape.
Zoe is a tall girl who weighs 140 lbs. She has put on muscle and worked very hard these last few months to build up the strength in her back end. She is doing really well! Zoe takes pain medication daily to help manage inflammation and is thriving with an exercise regimen in place.
|Hitting the trails at her foster home
|Zoe loves to play in the water, and is very "helpful" when it's time to water the flowers!
Because she will require ongoing support and medication for her hind end issues we are waiving our adoption fee and ask instead for a donation of her adopter's choice. We will send along a good supply of her medications with her adoptive family.