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|Gender: Male Age: 6 months old|
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Needs to have a fenced environment and would benefit from obedience training.
Max came to us from a breeder with his litter-mate Cody. He is a super cute mini Goldendoodle - but grayish in color. While he’s social, friendly, and a typical puppy – a bit wild and crazy – he is timid at first. He walks okay on a leash and is fine being held. His back legs have patella luxation, and he will see an orthopedic specialist and they will likely be repaired. Check back for details on this very nice guy.
Foster Update: 6/30/20
Sweet Max came into GRIN at 6 months old from a breeder. Both his back legs were affected with Patella Luxation requiring surgery. This sweet loving puppy had his first surgery March 3rd and spent 6 weeks on total crate rest to insure proper healing. He had his second surgery May 21st and again spent another 6 week on total crate rest. He will be officially released from that restriction on July 3rd. This sweet loving snuggle bug continues to thrive and will soon be able to run and play like a normal puppy. His loving foster mom takes him for "walks" daily in his stroller which he loves. Thanks to GRIN he will have a happy healthy life with lots of love.
Foster Update: 4/28/20
Max is definately on the mend from his surgery & has suddenly discovered that he is a puppy and is as mischievous as he can be. He absolutely loves going on walks in his stroller, looking up at his foster mom while she pushes him. He has learned to play fetch. He still does not like to walk on a leash but will tolerate it for a couple minutes. Max ran for the first time ever & was the sweetest thing his foster mom has seen. Max will be following up soon with the specialist about his leg...stay tuned!
Foster Update: 3/11/20
Following his surgery Max is eating and drinking well. Since he is a snuggler it is easy to keep him quiet in the house. Outside he wants to roll in the grass but that is not allowed yet. He is beginning to put a little bit of weight on his leg but only for a few seconds. He rests well in his crate when his foster family is gone or leaves the room. He is loved and spoiled and gathering quite a collection of toys. He goes for his follow up at the vet on 3/20. Despite his surgery and being unable to play, he is a happy and very loved boy!
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