Dolly's Dream Featured Dog
Breed: Boxer and All-American mix
Age: 6 years, 5 months
GCHS Arrival: 4/3/17
Don't miss this Diamond in the Rough!
To say when you walk past Diamond in Cove at GCHS is a mistake, it is not an exaggeration.
Diamond just wants a chance to capture someone's heart, and be given a chance to impress. It also isn't an exaggeration to say there are no definitive reasons Diamond has been passed over since April.
Diamond is a perfect indoor dog, loves to lounge, but also give lots of licks. She is a happy dog, but would be such an amazing addition to any home!
Diamonds are forever...and this one will capture your heart forever.
Diamond's Foster Mom just loves the adorable pooch!
She writes: "It is clear to me after having Diamond spend three nights with me that she is definitely familiar with home life and she would fit seamlessly into so many family structures.
Four year old Diamond is cautiously inquisitive of new spaces but loves new adventures. She responds well to the call of her name. In general she likes to do a loop around a space and then check in with you, providing kisses each time. She also has a trademark move of pushing her head under your arm to sneak in a few more licks.
Overall Diamond is low-key, completely comfortable resting on the ground or get comfy on the couch if invited. She sleeps the full night through and is beyond cute when she army crawls around the bed before she drifts off or when she wakes up to say 'good morning'.
Diamond will go to the door to let you know when she would like to go potty. She is always up for a walk, car or golf cart ride and is a wonderful passenger.
Diamond met several other pups both in my neighborhood and on our trip to Petco and she was a dream around them. She displayed gentle behavior, even around those that were more hyper and happy shared a golf cart ride with both two and four legged friends.
At meal time she shows interest in the food on the table, so I suspect she may have had some tasty morsels snuck to her in the past. Yet, she quickly settles and snoozes under the table until meal time is over.
Diamond has been at the Gulf Coast Humane Society since the beginning of April and I believe that she has not been adopted yet because she is very reserved in her kennel, often times keeping her head down as people pass by.
Her true spirit is not shining through and so I have nicknamed her my "Diamond in the Rough."