Hi! My name is Goldie and I am a 16 1/2 lb. female pekeingese who was recently rescued and am now in retirement from my life as a mill momma. I am really liking this whole being a house pet thing and enjoy every minute of the pets and treats that I get here. And am I ever loving the pets and pats on the head I get every day. A girl could get used to this life I tell you! My foster mom says I am doing great at the whole potty training thing and I don't 'freeze' when she tries to pick me up anymore. My foster mom says I'm just a sweet little old lady type personality but I'm not old - I'm only 5 years old after all and I've got plenty of spunk and energy for my new forever family. I am living with my foster parent in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. When the nice people at Peke N Chin had me spayed they found out I have a grade 3 heart murmur but it's not bothering me at all.If I have to go on medication at some point it will be very inexpensive - probably $4 a month. I also had ear infection that they had treated and took me to the doggy dentist where I lost 6 more teeth (some had already fallen out when I got here) so I'm feeling great and eager to find my new home. I am looking for a permanent home of my own with someone who will love and take care of me. If you have room in your heart and home, please contact Regi at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can answer all your questions.Check out our website www.pncmidwest.org for our online application
My foster family wants to make sure we will be a good fit for each other so you will need to provide personal and vet references and allow a home visit. Peke N Chin Midwest has taken care of my medical needs (spay, neuter, shots, teeth cleaning, etc.) and has been evaluating my personality. I can tell you myself that I am spunky but gentle.
My adoption donation is $250. All donations go directly to our ever-mounting vet bills. Thanks to a large network of volunteer humans, out-of-state adoptions can be arranged. If by some chance the adoption does not work out, Peke N Chin Midwest will take me back.
From Peke N Chin Midwest:Thank you for your support. If you have thought about volunteering and providing a temporary home to a rescue dog, we would love to discuss our foster program with you. The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can help. The rewards are tremendous. Check on our website for details.
Please note that we never say our kids are 100% potty trained. Pets have accidents and this may be especially true with all the changes these foster dogs go through. They will need you to be patient, understanding, and willing to work with them. Earning their trust may take several days to several months. This is a period of adjustment, not just for the new family member but for everyone in the household. They need a lifetime commitment. The unconditional love they will give you in return will make it all worth it!