||One and a half years old|
||Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada|
present to you our beautiful Zoé! She is a young Golden Retriever
who is now sixteen months old.
When she arrived among us, she was ten weeks old. Our eyes could not believe
it, but from her first moments of exploration in her new home she dragged the
bath mat into the living room. She was very small but with a strong jaw. We
laughed at the start of this event ... just the start.
Shortly after she joined us, we quickly realized the need to find a way to
get her exercise. She is hyperactive, so movement and play will be part of
everyday life. Zoé is very curious and she observes a lot. Anything
that flies over her head catches her eye. Planes flying, kite-flying, the
balloons, helicopters, birds, butterflies, etc.
We can also say that there is Noah's Ark, but we now have the Ark of
Zoé. From our patio, her pretty brown eyes are often placed on the
feeder our neighbor has that attracts birds, chipmunks, squirrels. She will
sit end of our patio, and can take several minutes without blinking ... to
observe their movement.
Zoé is a dog who is very adaptable. From a very early age, due to her
hyperactivity, we had to find activities that suit her. Walking in our
neighborhood and on trails is not enough for Zoé. No, she loves to
run. We her masters devote time to walk miles weekly to ensure she expends
Zoé's greatest pleasure its to catch her frisbee. Zoé's
frisbee, that's half of her life! Besides the time she goes to daycare during
the weekend, she spends most of her time with a Frisbee in her mouth. This is
one of the first toys she got when she was young.
She attends two dog daycare centers; one for weekends when we work, and she
likes to go there. It's a party as soon as she arrives. Often there are
friends waiting to play with her, and that is the beginning of a beautiful
weekend. Also, during the week she attends a different daycare where she can
enjoy a swimming pool. Needless to say, she is constantly in the water, she
loves the water.
During her last visit, they told us Zoé has amused his friends' dogs.
She had fun making "pet therapy" with her friends. It was she who amused the other dogs.
Some special features about Zoé, one is that she likes to rest with
her legs crossed in front.
Zoé loves car rides, I take this opportunity to make her experience
different smells of the countryside, where we will look for his dad at work.
She will see and small horses, cows, sheep, etc.
When she was little, she leaned in the back of the car and looked out over
the tailgate. In my rearview mirror, I take advantage of this beautiful
moment that I have with her during our car trips. Often people who stopped
behind us were sending hand signals, or little smiles. That did not impress
Zoé at all!
According to the owner of the weekend daycare place, Zoé has seen and
experienced many things during her first year.
Zoé bring us an easy happiness ... we could not do without it now.
Long life to you our beautiful Zoé! Xxxx
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