To be eligible to adopt Jelly, you must be an approved adopter of GRRMF. If you are already on our approved adopter waiting list, an adoption coordinator will contact you if you are matched to meet this pup’s needs. Visit our How to Adopt page to review our process, policies and application. Please pay special attention to the sections on puppy facts, children and dogs and fences on our website prior to submitting an application for a puppy.
If you like to spend a lot of time at home, then this sweet little girl will be your perfect companion. Jelly came to GRRMF when her previous owner moved to a retirement home, but unfortunately the facility does not allow dogs of her size.
Jelly is an adorable and petite golden doodle. She is friendly with adults and other dogs, but she has not met any small children or cats. She enjoys spending time with the other dogs at her foster family and she quickly adapted to the routine at their home. Her foster mom says that Jelly has become her constant shadow and follows her all around the house. Jelly has a bit of separation anxiety and does not like to be left alone for long periods so you will always find her nearby when you are at home.
Jelly hasn’t shown much interest in playing with dog toys, but she will always make time for a belly rub. She is happiest just curling up and cuddling with her favorite people. When it’s time to go to bed, add an extra pillow because she will be snuggled up close all night.
Jelly is working on perfecting her leash walking skills. Right now, she likes to add a little zig zag to her walk, but she doesn’t pull on the leash. She is excited to explore and doesn’t want to miss anything on either side. She is learning how to sit when asked and she responds to her name when called. Jelly is house trained, and she does not like to use the crate.