Monthly Archives: June 2020

Adopted: Sky, a 4.5 year old Black Female Labrador

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Adopted: Sky, a 4.5 year old Black Female Labrador, has found her forever home.

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

"Sky is one of the sweetest dogs! She is energetic, loves to play and a very smart dog! She is very shy when first meeting her, but quickly warms up. She loves playing with her foster brother and sister. We are working on teaching her basic commands such as sit and shake. She goes in her crate with no problems and sleeps through the night. She is definitely a cuddle bug and loves giving lots of kisses. I believe she would be good in a house with an active family with older kids.

Interested families should be prepared to take some extra time to get to know Sky, she will take longer than normal to become comfortable around new people."

See a list of Available Labs here

Adopted: Ruger, a 9 month old Male Yellow Labrador

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Adopted: Ruger, a 9 month old Male Yellow Labrador, has found his forever home.

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: Ruger came to LVLR with a broken right elbow, a olecranon fracture, and had orthopedic surgery in March. He still has 2 pins in where the break occurred, that will be left there permanently. This does not affect his prognosis, he should go on to have a happy, healthy life. Families interested in Ruger should ask any medical questions of concern via email ([email protected]) before requesting to meet him.

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

"Ruger has gone through a lot in short life, but after almost 3 months with LVLR in foster care, he's finally becoming his normal self. He's very funny, sweet and weirdly bendy, we call him Noodle! Like all puppies, Ruger is energetic, enthusiastic and happy. He's a voracious eater, and definitely needs to improve his table manners. He's typical puppy mouthy, and shows a lot of prey drive. He's caught a lizard and bird for us, and loves to go stalking our backyard. He's still chewing on things he isn't supposed, but is very smart and learns quickly. Given his injury and recovery, he hasn't been walked on leash much, but he now loves to ride in the car. He does very well with our dogs, making them play with him whether they want to or not. Ruger is house trained, does OK in the crate, and sleeps through the night. He's a very snuggly, loving boy as well, preferring to sleep touching you. Families with smaller children should be cautious in requesting to meet Ruger, as he needs more training to redirect his mouthiness and jumping up. With time, commitment and training, Ruger will make an incredible companion for an active home.

See a list of Available Labs here