Available Labs

Adopt Me: Fowler, a 2-3 year old Male Chocolate Labrador

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Adopt Me: Fowler, a 2-3 year old Male Chocolate Labrador, who is looking for his forever home.

Here is a bio from his foster family:

"Fowler is a work in progress! This handsome fella is super loving and affectionate, and really enjoys his humans. He's energetic, athletic, big and strong. Fowler is a Lab that doesn't quite understand his own size & strength, and we're working on teaching him appropriate behaviors. He plays like a 6 month old puppy, in a full sized body. He gets the zoomies 2-3 times a day, overly excited and mouthy. While typical behavior expected in a puppy, we're working on directing that energy positively as he's a big boy. In a few ways, Fowler is still very much a happy, goofy puppy. He's learning what he can/can't chew on (loves a blanket!) and mostly sticks to allowed toys. Fowler is very smart, with a strong drive for direction & work. He's getting better at heeling and walking on leash, knows 'sit', and is house trained. He's getting pretty good with the doggie door too! Fowler loves his naps, loves to chase a ball, and gets along with other dogs. We have no idea how he'd be with smaller animals, and while he'd love children, he doesn't know his own strength and could easily knock a little one down in his excitement. Fowler also seems to prefer 'human' food, and doesn't eat like a typical Lab. He's getting better realizing that the counter is not for him, but still takes his time eating his own meal.

Where Fowler needs work is being in the crate. He is not happy to be crated, preferring to be out. He gets himself overly excited and vocal when he's crated, and can bust out if not properly secured. We are working on teaching him the crate is a safe place, but it will take time and patience to build of his confidence with crating.

Fowler will need a strong leader to continue training and providing a safe, secure environment. He wants to please, and would do great with professional training. Fowler really is a big love, wanting to snuggle with people and be near them. While he has a bit to go, Fowler will make an amazing companion for a family committed to continuing his training, and providing a happy, active life. "

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Adopt Me: Mongo, a 1.5 year old Black Male Labrador

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Adopt Me: Mongo, a 1.5 year old Black Male Labrador, who is looking for his forever home.

Here is a bio from his foster family:

"Hi, I am Mongo and I am 1-1/2 years old.  I am very playful and have a lot of energy, but it is sporadic.  I take long walks every day and love to play, especially, with a rope toy.  I'm a total sweetheart and lover.  I love to chase balls and I will bring the ball back, however, I may chew on it for a bit before giving it back.  I love to be loved, scratches behind the ears, back scratches, belly rubs and being brushed.  I can sit, lay down, place, stay (work in progress), load in a car, and don't counter surf.  I know the commands: break, sit, place, stay, down, back, here, off, come, and no.  I'm working on the command: give and drop it when playing ball.  I am good in the house; I am housebroken, use a doggie door and crate well.  Walks are a favorite time for me; walking on a leash is a work in progress.  I am strong and I'm working on not pulling on the leash.  I have not been socialized much, so that is a work in progress as well.  I love just being with you, going in the car with you and I load very well.  I am looking for a furever home that will go for walks, take me on car rides, play with me and give me attention and love."

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Adopt Me: Ash, a 4 month old Black Male Labrador

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Adopt Me:Ash, a 4 month old Black Male Labrador, who is looking for his forever home.

Here is a bio from his foster family:

"Ash is a 4 month old male black Labrador who is full of puppy energy and curiosity! Ash is eager to learn and loves to please his humans. Ash has had a few pee accidents in the house which were mostly due to humans not getting to the door fast enough. He does vocalize his discontent when he is first put in the crate but settles down after a few minutes. He plays well with other dogs but does need correction cause he gets overly excited. As he is a puppy, he is energetic, mouthy, and growing. Ash will do well with someone will give him consistent training and correction. "

***Ash has 2 follow up appointments with our Vet. The adopting family will be required to complete these appointments***

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Adopt Me: Duke, an 8 year old Yellow Male Labrador

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Adopt Me: Duke, an 8 year old Male Yellow Labrador, is looking for his forever home.

Here is a bio from his foster family:

Please read carefully!

"Duke is just amazing. He is very gentle and a real love bug. He likes to play with tug toys and balls, and loves a walk. He eats anything, not picky at all. He does need to shed a few more pounds, so he is on a diet. Don’t tell him, he doesn’t know. When he is finished with his food, he’ll even bring the bowl to you to fill up again. Nice try Dukey!!! He uses a dog door, and will stand by our gate when we leave to wait for us to return. He sleeps in bed with us, and sometimes gets out of bed and lays on the floor next to the bed. He can be mouthy when playing, is very gentle and responds to “No”. Duke is very obedient. He knows sit, stay, down, go to bed, bring me your bowl, come", and perhaps a few others. He will go in his crate, but he has free run of our house. He has a “person”, and is very attached. Duke is like Velcro with his favorite person. Duke does get along with other dogs, but we are unsure of cats.

Duke had a very rough period of adjustment coming in to foster care, he really loved his original family, and now totally trusts his fosters. There will be an adjustment period, and will need extra time, patience and love to adjust to his furever home. Duke is also treated for dry eyes and gets 2 different sets of drops, twice a day. He is pretty good about the drops, but it can be tricky. We have it down to a science and can teach any adoptive family the tricks. This boy is one in a million."

IMPORTANT: Duke has Addison’s Disease , so the adopting family will need to take him for regular vet visits to get a shot to maintain his system. It is under control now, as we and our vet worked diligently to find correct meds and dosage. Duke currently needs the medication every 10 weeks and price can vary between veterinary hospitals.

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