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Adopt Me: Ollie, a 2 year old Male Yellow Labrador

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Adopt Me: Ollie, a 2 year old Male Yellow Labrador, who is looking for his forever home.

Here is a bio from his foster home:

“Ollie is a sweet, energetic and fun-loving two-year old yellow lab. He is extremely friendly with humans and other animals. He loves to play with toys, fetch, explore and seek out new adventures. He likes to be active, but also understands when it is time to relax and calm down.

Ollie is gentle and very loveable, seeking out attention from people. He is friendly and curious about everything, including the sights and sound of the television. He loves petting and if invited will snuggle on the sofa or bed. He can be a little timid at first with new adults, but quickly loses that. He absolutely loves everyone, gets super excited, but not out of control. He seems to always have a smile on his face.    

Ollie knows many basic commands such as, “sit”, “down”, “come”, “stay” and “wait”. He is working on the others and is quick to learn. He is crate trained, and sleeps through the night. Sometimes, he seeks out the solace of his crate when he is tired. Because of his excellent behavior, has been given supervised “free reign” in the house. He is potty trained and learned to use the doggy door in a couple of days. He loves independence but does need to be reminded occasionally to go out. He is learning to walk properly on the leash and needs to be reminded to focus.He is excellent at fetch, bringing whatever object back quickly,and either dropping it at your feet or letting you take it from him.  

Ollie has done well with our five-year old black lab, benefitting from having a more mature dog to show him what is expected. They play like brothers and Ollie is quick to understand when he gets over excited. We have not seen any indication of prey instinct, only curiosity with other smaller animals and sounds.  

Ollie is a very happy and well-behaved boy. He would be a great family dog. He is young and could benefit from continued training. He has energy and will definitely need an outlet for that. He will do well in any home, including those with children and other dogs. This sweet and loveable boy is ready for his forever home.  “

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Adopt Me: Blu, a 3 year old Male Yellow Labrador

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Updated medical information on Blu:

Upon removing scar tissue from Blu’s head, we have learned he has mast cell tumor, a form of skin cancer. Through several tests and evaluations, we have determined the cancer has NOT metastasized, and remains local to the are it was discovered. Blu is undergoing 2 round of electro-chemotherapy to treat the area the cells were found, and we expect a full recovery. Blu is a wonderful dog and deserves a furever home, as we believe he has a long life ahead of him.

If you’re interested in adopting Blu but have questions about his medical care, please email [email protected].

"Blu is a big playful boy. He gets very excited to see you and can be a bit high energy, but in not too long, he does calm down and will lay around. He does not get mouthy with hands petting him. He is very sweet and a little goofy chasing his tail at times. He seems to do well with other dogs, and tries to initiate play with his foster sisters (who are not playful). 

Around the house, he has not been destructive to any of our furniture, belongings, etc. He loves to be by his humans and will whine/bark a bit if left alone in a pen or crate where he can’t see you. He hasn’t had any accidents in the house either. Due to his size and energy, he would do best in a home with no small children. Im sure he wouldn’t mind a dog who will play with him… or he can take all the pets and attention for himself!"

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