Cheyenne Autumn Moon

Golden Retriever
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Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Chey, Button eyed brown eyed girl

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-service dog

September 13th 2000

her yellow ball and sticks

other barking dogs, she doesn't do chaos.

Favorite Toy:
her yellow ball and a kong filled with cream cheese.

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
the Kewash Trail

Best Tricks:
wait to be told to eat. Hold hands, and give mommy a kiss.

Arrival Story:
I had a planned pregnancy with my best friend's golden, Kasha. She is Cheyennes'momma. I would go visit 80 miles to see Kasha twords the end of her pregnancy and "talk" to her belly that hopefully contained my Cheyenne. Cheyenne was born on Connies birthday, it was a full moon and September, so hence her name. I had to wait 8 weeks to get her but visiited her every weekend. I had a house cleaning business at the time and she rode in the back of my escort and was with me all the time. She catches on quickly to everything I teach her, even to p on command!

Cheyenne came from a long line of AKC champs. I didn't put her through that as I didn't have the finances needed. She is my thearapy dog (1) as I suffer from anxiety disorder terribly. When my own mother passed away a year before I got Cheyenne it was my therapists golden that healed my grief. When I get upset Cheyenne makes sure that i am in a safe position on the floor where she can "hold me". She lays across my lap or gently puts her head on my lap and her paw goes over my heart and when I am done crying it all out she lets me up knowing we have pulled through another spell. She learns 90% of the time on 1, very rarely two commands. My whole family loves her and my neices and nephews fight over her being their dog all the time. She is everybodys dog in our family and even alerted my sister in law to my nephew who was 3 at the time hanging out the second story window. CHeyenne kept whinning and looking up trying to climb the banister rail to get to him. Jacque looked up finally and raced up 2 flights of stairs and pulled my Nephew to safety-thanks to Cheyenne. My girl is a one of a kind, for sure and would help anyone who needs it. She has had two litters in her life and all her pups are most locally living.

Forums Motto:
My brown button eyed girl

I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 8th 2010 More than 6 years!

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