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Hello my name is Pamela or Pam Pam. Originally named Pian Pian pronounced Pie Pie. I am a spayed 3 years old female and made a long journey here all the way from China. I am the happiest, sweetest and most loving little girl ever. Even with all I have been through I just love to cuddle and be petted. I only want to be with my person and to be loved. I’m still a little bit of a puppy so I love to try and jump up and give hugs, but I’m working on keeping all four feet on the ground. During the day when my foster mom is working, I am more than happy running around the backyard or just sitting under her desk and napping. I’m always curious who she is talking to on those screens. Sometimes I groan so loud everyone on the call can hear me. I’m just happy to have a nice place to nap. I do great on my daily walks, I’m working on getting my distance up, and I get more energy everyday. My foster mom keeps trying to walk next to me, but all I want to do is zig zag and smell the flowers. I am working on not bumping into my foster mom and dad so much while walking.
The inside world is still very new to Pam. When she’s inside a new place, she likes to be on her leash, until she knows where everything is; it makes her feel safe and close to her human. She is a true velcro-golden whose tail is always wagging. She does not like the TV at all and is very afraid to be in the same room with it when it’s on. It’s not the noise that bothers her, but the pictures changing on the screen. If Pam is in a room with a TV that is on she will try to get out of that room as quickly as possible. We are working on some exercise to help her overcome the big bad TV.
Pam is potty trained, but needs to be taken out regularly. Pam loves meeting new people, especially those who will give her lots of pets and belly rubs. Pam also loves being brushed and will lay there as long as you are willing to brush her. She has not shown any interest in the pool or swimming, but she loves to roll around in the wet grass and get belly rubs. Pam has not shown any dog aggression. The neighbor dog growls at her and she doesn’t like it and runs away from the fence. Sometimes she will give the dog a few barks in return and then run away. It appears she just wants to play. Pam absolutely loves being in the backyard, and her favorite thing is running around the backyard with her people. When needing to be left alone Pam would prefer to play in the backyard rather than be in her crate or in a room. Pam has a very high prey drive, which is great if you have a lizard or mouse problem, she will chase them all away. On walks you need to make sure to have a tight hand on the leash because if she sees a bunny or squirrel she will be off trying to chase it.
Pam is still very curious about what everything is and will sniff and try to pick up things she finds. She does not destroy toys or objects, just holds them and bites on them. Pam is still learning not to beg for human food or get super close to everything on the table. Pam does not counter surf and rarely tries to jump on the bed or couch, only when she is scared or curious. Sometimes when excited Pam will place her front paws on the couch, table, bed, or counter. Pam is being clap trained and with one to two claps and the word “down” she will get right down.
Pam has trouble hearing direction. If a door opens on her right she will look to her left. If you call her name she will look in the opposite direction that you are in, or look around to find you. This doesn’t seem to bother her though. Pam is not very comfortable with getting into cars and will just roll over on her back when asked to get into the car. However, Pam will happily let you pick her up to put her in the car. I’m sure with enough treats, patience, and fun trips she will get in the car without a problem. When Pam doesn’t want to do something or is unsure about something she will always just ask for a belly rub. In Pam’s world belly rubs will fix everything. She is truly the cuddliest.
Pam is a medium to high energy dog and requires lots of walks and play time. She will relax and lay down throughout the day, but is always ready to go when you are. Pam is still learning how and where to sleep through the night. Pam likes to sleep in the room with her person, but can only last about 3-4 hours inside before she would like to go sleep outside. Pam is truly one very happy dog.
My Ideal Home
Pam needs a house with a large yard where she can run free and spend time in the shade. She would do best with someone home often, because she gets lonely. Pam would be fine with a dog companion or as an only dog. Another dog companion would probably be beneficial for Pam so they can lead the way and be shown what to do. Pam would be an amazing family dog. She does not have an aggressive bone in her body and would love the constant playtime. Pam would do better without very small children because she is still working on not jumping on people. Pam needs an active family who can take her on lots of walks and adventures and have lots of play time. Pam would do best in a house where the TV is not in the main room and she can be away from it when it is on. Pam needs a patient parent who will continue her training and to show her what to do and how to act like a family pet. Pam just wants and needs love and cuddles as often as she can get it.
Want to Adopt me?
If you think you could give this beautiful little girl and total sweetheart a happy life and if you have filled out BOTH your Adoption Application and have had your In Home Interview, please send a detail email to her Rep at LoveMyGoldenGirl@gmail.com and tell her how will Pian Pian fit into your family.
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