Dog-of-the-Month December: Millie

This adorable Aussiedoodle is the mascot of Jolt Gifts in San Anselmo.
Marin Dog Millie

A cross between a miniature poodle and an Australian Shepherd, the Aussiedoodle is an adorable cross-breed and Millie is a particular cute example with her candy-striped black and white nose. She is the shop dog at San Anselmo’s Jolt Gifts, which sells a creative selections of gifts and clothing.

Millie lives with her owner Carol Lindorfer, and her daughter Olivia in Fairfax. Carol answers a few questions about this adorable pooch:

Millie the dog with Carol and Olivia of Jolt

Carol and Olivia with Millie.

How old is Millie?

She was born on July 31, 2019, so she is 15 weeks old.

Millie Marin dog

How did you two meet?

We researched the type of dog that might has the best chance at being a good shop dog and found the Aussiedoodle. We then found an amazing breeder in Sacramento.

Does she have any favorite trails or places to walk?

She’s not quite old enough for dog parks.  She is being crate trained and learning to walk on a leash every morning on our way to coffee.

How does she like being Jolt’s official shop dog?

She loves meeting all the customers and especially loves the children who come in regularly.  So far she is comfortable in both the Novato and San Anselmo locations.

We are so happy to have her join our family.  She brings a smile to everyone’s face she meets!

 

If you’d like to enter your dog into Marin’s dog-of-the-month, please contact jessica@marinmagazine.com.


Jessica GliddonJessica is an international writer and editor who has lived and worked in London, Dubai and Cape Town. A graduate of UC Santa Cruz, Jessica is the former editor of Abu Dhabi’s airline magazine, Etihad Inflight. She also worked for six years in a creative agency in South Africa, heading up publications for wineries, jewelry companies, and even an orchestra. She then moved back to California and decided to get serious about digital, brushing up with a course at General Assembly and launching into the role of Digital Editor for both Marin Magazine and the SF Bay section of Better.net. When she’s not checking out the latest exhibit at SFMOMA or searching out the best places to eat and drink near her home in San Francisco, she volunteers at the Marin Mammal Center in Sausalito.

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