When the call came in that a shelter had a heartworm positive golden that needed medical treatment, GRRMF came to her rescue.
This lovely lady just loves being with her new foster family. While her furry foster siblings went to doggy daycare, Sasha was given a solo walk through of her new foster home so she could explore and get acquainted on her own. When the three other family dogs came home, Sasha greeted them with glee and excitement. Everyone got along great and Sasha is enjoying being with her foster mom, dad and three fur buddies.
She loves to play with the other dogs, but sadly her activities must be limited at this time since she is being treated for heartworm. Sasha isn’t moping around, she rests quietly, chews on her toys and watches everyone with a smile on her face.
Sasha doesn’t discriminate, she loves to be petted and rubbed and to follow all her people around; she is also an independent girl that can entertain herself with her toys and chew bones. Even though this little sweetie is a work in progress when it comes to basic manners and potty training, she is one smart cookie in learning to follow the lead of other dogs, she knows when to back off or when to play.
When the thunder rolls, Sasha isn’t overly afraid of the storms; she goes to her crate, under a table or on the couch with her face buried in the cushions. She has made it clear that she isn’t a fan of getting her pretty creamy colored toes wet and prefers waiting out the rain.
With the patience and love of her foster family, Sasha is learning that counters aren’t for surfing and obedience 101 isn’t all that bad. Despite her health issues and life experiences, her foster mom has reported that she is a very sweet girl with a loving personality and a happy- go-lucky attitude.
Sasha has just begun her treatments for heartworm, she has a few more miles still to go to become the healthy young girl that can give her new family unconditional love and devotion. Your generous donations will keep that smile on her face and her heart will be forever grateful!