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ID #: 3825 Age: 3 yrs Gender: male Status: Available

  • Ebony is an extremely smart boy so he needs an environment like a farm, where he has a structured day and feels he has a job to do.

Hi and happy almost spring (I’m so excited). My name is Ebony and I’m a 3-year-old Black Golden (as if you couldn’t tell that from the pictures). My amazing foster dad and teacher describes me as a beautiful, highly-intelligent boy with tons of energy. I think that’s a pretty good report card from a teacher who knows these things. In fact, I feel a little proud of myself. The ‘tons of energy’ part is really true. I am full of the joys of spring and need a lot of walking, running, playing and any other activity that will tire me out. When I’m tired, I’m particularly good and loving (ha-ha). The doc says I’m healthy except I have a grade one heart murmur. It’s the mildest murmur you can have and there is no necessary treatment so the doc isn’t worried about it. I love people and other dogs but I can be too enthusiastic at times, so no small children or cats would be best, at least for now. I love my car rides and really love my walkies, although I can be a bit reactive on my walks in meeting some people and dogs. With a thing called a gentle leader, I’m even getting better on the leash. I am gentle with my treats but when it’s dinner time, I can get a little too excited and will bark if you’re not fast enough (so I guess patience isn’t my best thing!). My teacher is definitely working on this and I’m starting to get it but, oh my gosh, I do love my food. You can leave me alone if you have to go out without me but I don’t particularly like it ~ this might also change in time. You can touch me anywhere (and please do), loud noises don’t bother me, and of course I’m totally house trained but can get impatient if I ask to go out and you ignore me. But hey, who likes to be ignored? Well, that’s about it for me. My foster dad says to remind you I’m really smart so it would be best to find a family who will continue my education to make me the absolute best boy I can be.

Ebony is currently being fostered in the Newmarket, ON area. If you would like more information about Ebony call our hotline toll-free at 1-866-712-8444 or email adoption@goldenrescue.ca and one of our volunteers will be happy to return your call.

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