Monthly Archives: October 2020

Adopted: Cash, a 2 year old Black Male Labrador

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Adopted: Cash, a 2 year old Black Male Labrador, found his forever home.

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

"Cash is a sweet handsome boy who just wants to be loved as much as he loves you. He gives lots of kisses and likes to be close. We are working on the basic commands but he will need training. He has lots of energy, but hasn't been taught manners. He is great on the leash when out walking and he is great with other dogs. He uses the doggie door with no problem. He doesn’t like going into the kennel but once you get him in there he is okay. Cash will make a great family pet for the family that will give him the love he deserves."

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Adopted: Kingsley, a 5 month old Male Yellow Labrador

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Adopted: Kingsley, a 5 month old Male Yellow Labrador, has found his forever home.

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

"Kingsley is all puppy, which means he's short on manners! While he is happy, sweet and loving, he has not had the proper guidance and training a puppy of his age should have been exposed to, and needs help breaking some inappropriate behaviors. He has lots of energy, loves to jump on you and counter surf, and is typically mouthy, with everything and anything being fair game. Kingsley is mischievous and playful, and needs to be directed to when he's in full puppy mode. In his 'toddler' stage, he takes 'no' as a chance to play, and loves the attention. Kingsley is very smart, and absolutely looking to be taught how to behave. We are working on crate training, and he sleeps well through the night. However, he can be vocal when crated alone, preferring to be with the humans. We're working on building up his confidence for crating alone, but it is a work in progress, and it will take time. He is doing great with potty training, as we reinforce the postive behavior with routine trips outside. Kingsley is doing well around our older dogs, looking to play, but respecting their space when they don't want to. Kingsley will need an experienced, patient family to teach him proper behavior and help him grow into the dog he is meant to be. He needs time, love and consistent training to teach him proper manners, boundaries, and expectations. We strongly urge any family with small children possibly interested in Kingsley to consider the implications of bringing in a mouthy, energetic puppy before requesting a meet & greet. Kingsley needs a little more work than normal, but we are confident with the right committed family, he will quickly grow into a fantastic companion."

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