Monthly Archives: November 2017

Adopted: Harley, a 4 year old Female Yellow Labrador

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Adopted: Harley, a 4 year old Female Yellow Labrador, has found her forever home!

Here is a Bio from her foster family……..

"We've only had Harley for a short time but this is what we know so far: Harley is a gorgeous and confident female lab. She likes to cuddle, explore the yard and appears to like the water going on the step in the pool. She also will stay right at your side following you around the house. She has fit right in with our 4 dogs showing no signs of aggression. She appears to have had little training but is responding well to new commands. She can sit, stay and is currently learning to walk on a leash. She appears to be house broken. She is making great progress as she wants to please. Continuing training is needed for her to live up to her potential. She is crate trained and is basically quiet once in. Overall, Harley is a very loving, affectionate girl who is happy to return all the love and attention you give her. She would be a great addition to an active family."

Harley has found her forever home.

See a list of Available Labs here

Adopted: Opie, a 2 year old Chocolate Male Labrador

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Adopted: Opie, a 2 year old Male Chocolate Labrador, has found his forever home.

Here is a Bio from his foster family……..

"Opie is one sweet pooch! He loves to cuddle and play and he plays well with all of our other dogs. He learned to use the doggie door in one day and then proceeded to figure out how to use it for going to the bathroom by the next day. He loves to play tug of war both with the other dogs and with us. Opie stays off the furniture in general but he will want to get up on your lap/bed to cuddle. He has learned to walk on a loose leash but he also comes back to you when called when he is off leash. He is a quick learner and doesn't have any bad habits that we can detect. Opie will do very well with a family who wants a friendly, energetic and fun dog. He is super affectionate and loving, a little snuggle bug.
Opie is very energetic and will need regular exercise and play. He will get into a kennel in the car easily but so far, he has not been a fan of riding in a car. He doesn't get sit but he is a bit vocal. We think he will overcome this as he gets more used to traveling. Opie is very affectionate and will need lots of love and hugs."

See a list of Available Labs here