Golden Retriever
Picture of Honey, a female Golden Retriever

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Home:Crystal Lake, IL  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Quick Bio:

May 21st 2004

treats and more treats, romping in the grass and bellyrubs

doggy sweaters

Favorite Toy:
red ball and tennis ball

Favorite Food:
canidae kibble, scooby snacks, cheese and peanut butter

Favorite Walk:
in our yard, stopping under a tree , to the car for a ride

Best Tricks:
sit, stay and paw, down

We decided on a golden..shedding and all, after our sweet Basenji passed (14 yrs.)They seemed like the perfect temperment and then there`s those eyes! She is so sweet and smart..we love her so much!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 13th 2004 More than 11 years!

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A Day in the Life of Honey

spring 2006

April 21st 2006 12:50 pm
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We went for a nice long walk on a gorgeous day in the midwest today. The key word is "long"...I purchased the "gentle leader" and it`s changed our lives!
Honey continues to be the perfect dog. We are thinking she needs a canine companion. We must be crazy...or just dog lovers.


" Good Dog"

June 13th 2005 1:40 pm
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That`s what Honey is...can you see it in her face? She lives to please us. The goldens are a great breed, of course if you own one you already know that. Sadly I`ve been told there are quite a few in need of adoption. I wish more people would be fair to themselves and the animal and research a breed before they buy.
Honey doesn`t care for this heat.... we are going to get her a kiddie pool soon.


Spring is here!

April 19th 2005 6:05 am
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Finally great weather..for awhile anyway. Honey went thru obedience. I found pros and cons to the "koehler method" Please research this method before attending! Specifically the discipline corrections, which I find barbaric and abusive. We will not be using them and most people have heard my rant so I wont do it here. We let Honey off-leash yesterday, it was nice to see her run and enjoy the large yard we have. She seems like the type of dog that would stay near us most of the time but we are taking it slow.
She really has improved with the kids and their friends ie. tugging at their clothes...such a great breed.
Next we join the dogpark and maybe some agilty classes.

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