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MASON CITY, IA – This was one story we brought you in recent months that generated interest all over the country.
The dog named “Goldie,” left to die in a kennel.
She went three weeks without food or water and had to eat part of her own tail to survive.
That was back in January.
She’s still at the Humane Society of North Iowa, in better health, but still without a loving home.
One reason is because of some of her special needs.
Human Society of North Iowa Executive Director, Sybil Soukup said, “The base line standards are, Goldie can’t live with another dog, she can’t live with cats, she needs a fenced yard. And we would love to have somebody if they were home during part of the day, so she won’t be alone all day long, but it’s not our core requirement.”
sybil says Goldie is a Golden Retriever mix and she does really well with children.
She would be a great fit for any high-energy family.