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Alannis is a 3 year old yellow spayed female. She is up to date on her shots and is heartworm negative. She is good with other dogs, weighs 71lbs, and is approved for children aged 10 and up.
Alannis is a very active girl that likes to get lots of attention, enjoys being petted and loves belly rubs. She would love to have a nice yard to play and exercise in. She likes to retrieve and is really good at playing hiding and seek with toys. She knows the commands sit, down, come, wait and stay. She is crate trained and has good manners.
Bonnie and Clyde are a bonded pair of labs who must be adopted together. Bonnie is a 5 year old black female and Clyde is an 8 year old black male. They are both up to date on their shots and are heartworm negative. Bonnie weighs 101 lbs and needs to lose at least 15. Clyde weighs 73 lbs and needs to lose a few too. They have good house manners and don't need to be crated when they're left alone. The love peanut butter filled Kongs, like to retrieve and enjoy having something to chew on.
Update from Bonnie and Clyde's foster family Mar 3, 2014:
Bonnie and Clyde are doing great and are soaking up the attention in their foster home. They have been walking well together and are getting better with each walk. They ignore other dogs while walking. They love to sit and look out the front door. Clyde has assumed the role of neighborhood watch, while Bonnie prefers to people watch. They especially love when the neighbors deliver treats to them at the front door. Bonnie and Clyde also enjoy eating pieces of ice and will happily clean the floor up when the ice maker shoots ice everywhere! Bonnie and Clyde have had a few visitors to the house. Bonnie was very welcoming with butt wiggles and kisses and Clyde's shyness was easily fixed with some treats! Don't let Clyde's initial shyness fool you, he is a lover, snuggler and sweetheart. He has been sleeping with his head on the pillow next to his foster while Bonnie snores away at
the bottom of the bed. They are laid back dogs who are happy to hang out on the couch with their family all day long but are up for a walk at a moment's notice!
They have had several supervised visits with the resident cat. They did well and were respectful of her and couldn't figure out what all the hisses were about. They seemed to care more about her food then her being on the bed.
Cindy is a 4 year old spayed female. She is up to date on her shots and is heartworm negative. She is good with other dogs, weighs 61lbs. and is approved for children aged 10 and up.
Cindy is a very sweet girl and she loves to play and get petted. She is crate trained and knows the commands sit, down and come. She is good company for walks and enjoys retrieving.
Since Cindy is new to Lab Rescue we will tell you more about her soon. In the meantime watch her play on
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Elroy is a 2 year old fox-red yellow neutered male. He is up-to-date on his shots and is heartworm negative. He gets along with other dogs and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. Elroy weighs 65 lbs and is a nice boy with a medium energy level.
Update from Elroy's foster family - 3/6/2014
Elroy is such a sweet boy who loves playing with his foster brothers! He is very well-behaved and goes into the crate easily as soon as his foster opens the gate to the crate room. He's incredibly food and squeaker motivated, though he'd rather by wrestling with the other dogs!
Goose is a 7 year old black neutered male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm positive. Lab Rescue will pay for his Heartworm treatment if done at one of our vets. He is good with other dogs, weighs 71 lbs. and is approved for children aged 10 and up.
Goose is a very friendly guy. He really likes people and he hasn't met anyone who he hasn't wanted to play with. When you sit down he will rest his head on your lap to make sure you know he likes to get treats and be petted. He always has a toy in his mouth which he will gladly give you if you will toss it for him as he really likes to retrieve. He knows the commands sit, down and come. He is crate trained and very good in the house so maybe close to being house trained. He is a calm guy and has nice manners.
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Lucy is a 6 year old black female. Little Lucy only weighs around 34lbs. and since she is on the skinny side she needs to ideally gain about 20-25 lbs. As soon as she puts some weight on she will get spayed. Lucy is heartworm positive and Lab Rescue will pay for her treatment. She is good with other dogs and approved for children aged 10 and up.
Lucy is a very sweet girl who had a rough start. Now that she is with Lab Rescue she is getting better each day and will soon have a great big smile on her face! She is housebroken and has great manners. She is good walking on a leash and likes to ride in the car.
Sally is a 6 year old spayed black female. She is up to date on her shots and is heartworm positive; Lab Rescue will pay for her treatment. She gets along with other dogs, but not cats, and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. She weighs 67 lbs and should lose about 10 lbs. Sally knows sit and shake, and loves to be with you. She is active and loves to retrieve, and gives kisses! She enjoys walks and playing outside, but does have a high prey drive.
Update from Sally's foster family 3/3/2014
Sally is starting to settle into her foster home. She is a sweet girl who a lot of energy, a zest for life and a need to be very close to her humans. Sally is not your typical 6 year old gray haired lady--looks can be deceiving! She does enjoy retrieving and walks fairly well on an Easy Walk harness. She loves to be with you and almost purrs when you give her attention.
It's been gratifying to see her evolution since she's been here. Sally has
two desires in her life one to be with her people and get attention and
the other is to play outside and retrieve. We have been taking her for
lots of walks and she does very well and has very good leash manners.Sally is social and loves the company of both humans and other dogs. She is living with the resident 10 year old Lab and has met one neighborhood dogs up close. She becomes a bit anxious if other dogs bark at her. She does have a strong prey drive, so if she sees a squirrel she will chase it so probably a home without cats is best. At night Sally is crated, although she is not a huge fan of the crate. Sally is looking for a loving home to give her all of the attention she deserves!
Sam is a 9 year old yellow neutered male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm negative. He weight 72lbs and is approved for kids 10 and up. Sam gets along with other dogs and is an easy going, gentle boy who just wants love.
Update from Sam's foster family - 2/21/2014
Sam continues to improve every day! He has gained a few needed pounds, his fur feels and looks way better and his face is brighter. He has even started to play. He's still not crazy about the crate but is learning to relax in it. He loves to cuddle up on the sofa and enjoys tummy rubs, ear rubs and general petting. Sam also enjoys being brushed. He has great house manners and usually goes to the back door when he needs to go out. He enjoys being able to just walk around the backyard.
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Skipper is a 6 year old chocolate neutered male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm negative. He is good with other dogs and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. He now weighs a svelte 98lbs.
Update from Skippers foster family - 1/24/2014
Skipper underwent ACL surgery. He continues to build muscle mass on that leg. He came to lab rescue as an overweight fellow and is now looking trim. He walked into his new foster home today and settled in like he's lived here for years. He did lots of fun sniffing on the resident female lab. Skipper will continue rehabbing to build up those leg muscles by doing range of motion exercises, going on walks and maybe even going for a swim. Skipper loves to lean into his foster’s legs and look up lovingly. He is a gorgeous big chocolate boy with soulful eyes!
Skipper is totally housebroken and will talk to you if he needs to go out. He walks well on an Easy Walk Harness. Skipper has run of the house with his foster brother when his foster leaves the house, he doesn't bother anything. He sometimes will grab a shoe that's lying around, if he thinks I should be paying more attention to him! Otherwise he obeys basic commands such as stay, sit, lay but we are still working on "come". He is one smart cookie as well as a total love bug.
Skipper is very, very affectionate and loving and a really cutie! He LOVES walking and just wants to go, go, go; because he needs ACL repair his walks should be somewhat limited though. Skipper only takes a few minutes to warm up to you but with a kind voice he readily accepts all the love you are willing to give!
After a walk Skipper likes to spend some time with the foster and resident dog and he will flop right down on his foster’s feet and can't seem to get close enough to her. He LOVES hugs, kisses, ear scratches, belly rubs and most of all butt scratches. All the while looking up at me adoringly...so sweet he melts my heart!
Slate is a 6 year old neutered black male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm positive; Lab Rescue will pay for his treatment. He gets along with other dogs and cats and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. He weighs 90 lbs but should lose about 10 lbs. Slate is a very big and happy boy. He rides nicely in the car, is always wagging his tail and loves to eat! He pulls a bit on the leash but enjoys baths. Slate is a big teddy bear!
Update from Slate - 3/4/2014
It was quiet enough here on my first night that I slept all night through; I don’t remember if I had to get up and use the dog door or not, but I certainly would not even think about having an accident inside. These people have some strange cats. One is a real big fat one with diabetes who never comes downstairs, but she came down to see ME! She rubbed and rubbed up against me, but all I wanted to do was sniff her. I guess I passed the test because the lady took me into the bedroom while she did this thing called ironing and there were two blind cats in there. We all kind of sniffed at each other and then that was that. I did get to nibble some of their food until I got caught and it was pretty tasty. We went on a long walk in the woods today and I got to wear a harness instead of my collar and the lady said I did much, much better. I decided the things called horses are no big deal so I don’t have to bark at them anymore.
Sugar is a 3 year old yellow spayed female. She is up to date on her shots and is heartworm negative. She gets along with other dogs and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. She weighs 79 lbs. Sugar is a wonderful dog. She is active and playful outside, and sweet and cuddly when inside. She follows basic commands, likes being around people and is going to be a great addition to someone's family!
Unix is a 5 year old neutered yellow male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm negative. He is good with other dogs and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. He weighs 60 lbs.
Update from Unix's foster family - 11/16/2013
Unix is gaining confidence in his foster home! He is starting to go down a flight of stairs with the encouragement of treats on every other stair. It is easy to redirect him when he becomes mouthy by putting one of his toys in his mouth. Unix enjoys going for long walks with his foster family. He walks okay on leash after a few minutes but walks best with an Easy Walk harness. Unix has a heart condition, he needs his exercise to be leash walks only, he's on a low dose of aspirin, and needs to avoid salty snacks. He is a true sweetheart and loves other dogs and LOVES people. He is very playful. He knows sit and shake and seems extremely happy to be here. We do not leave him alone (even with his fur brother and sisters) frequently, but he does well in the crate for short periods and often falls sound asleep.
Unix loves to follow his humans around. He would do well with a family that is frequently home and who does not have to leave him in a crate for long periods of time. He plays so well with other dogs and enjoys kissing them all over, but he doesn't need the company of another dog to make him happy. He loves his food, so it's best to not leave food out on the counters or to feed him close to other dogs. He is very attentive and listens and learns well. He continues to win over hearts and minds with his kisses and love.
Winston is a 5 year old neutered chocolate male. He is up to date on his shots and is heartworm negative. He gets along with other dogs and is approved for kids aged 10 and up. He weighs 71 lbs. Winston likes to hang out with people and would appreciate an adopter who is home more than not. He is house trained and super sweet. Winston is quiet and good on leash.
Update from Winston's foster family - 3/5/2014
Winston arrived at his foster’s house like he had always lived there. He met each member of the family, including the resident lab, like he had always known us. He is such a gregarious boy. He dissolves into a puddle of chocolate when you scratch under his chin. He loves attention but he does not demand it. He is house and crated trained, walks well with an easy leader, does not beg from the table, in fact he goes to a rug and waits for his fosters to finish their meal and takes treats gently, when reminded.
Zena is an 8 year old spayed chocolate female. She is up to date on her shots and is heartworm negative. She gets along with other dogs and cats and is approved for kids aged 9 and up. She weighs 83 lbs. Zena is a great house guest, is not a chewer and is a sweet, laid back girl. She is looking for a family with a short work day, who wants to take it easy, with short walks and lots of chilling on the couch.
Update from Zena's foster family 3/6/2014
Zena is a sweet, lovable, quiet and docile girl who aims to please. She knows her basic commands and she would prefer to be where you are and lie at your feet rather than on her soft bed. She likes sunbathing on the deck and watching the people go by. She loves other people and kids as well as other dogs. She adores her foster brother who acts aloof when she tries to sneak a little kiss or two on him every once in awhile. Her former foster mom had cats and said that Zena liked to give them kisses too. What can I say, she just loves everybody! Perhaps you are that forever family who she is waiting to give all that love to. She goes for short walks, a block or two, and that's what she does. She was overweight and sick when she was found, but she has been making a great recovery. Zena needs to go to a family that doesn't have a very long workday and realizes she's a very mellow girl.