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Black Labrador Retriever


7 Years




Large (> 40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Older Children (12+)
  • Needs To Be Only Pet



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Regular Veterinary Visits/Care


Port St Lucie, FL


Black lab/terrier mix, 43 pounds, very loving female

We have been fostering our daughter's dog since she moved across country. She intended on getting her back, but dynamics haven't allowed this. Our lifestyle doesn't allow us to keep her.

She is an excellent house dog, loving her people and her home. She does not chew, is totally housetrained, only gets on furniture with invited, and loves to be loved.

At 43 pounds, she believes she is a lapdog, but will also sit between legs or next to her person. Her health is excellent. She loves to be loved, loves to be talked to, and loves to play tag in the house.

It took a while, but we finally became her pack. Once we did, she would wait until the last person got home for the day, and "talk" to them, celebrating all were home.

She will heal on a firm leash, preferring reminders to do so, as well as to be told to "ignore" distractions. Hunting is a favorite of hers, and she loves the game of chess, so remaining aware of her surroundings, while she's on a leash will help her. A fenced yard would be her idea of heaven as a temporary recreation area with inside the home as her home.

Our three young grandchildren were around her a lot with no problems. But kids can be kids, so we kept a close eye on her, since we didn't know her history prior to being adopted when she was four years old. When the grandchildren got active and loud, we put her in a room where she was just fine.

It is important to know that she has always been an only "child". She needs to be the only beloved pet. Given opportunities to make other friends, she has made it clear that the only friend she wants are "her people".

Since being in our daughter's life, as well as ours, the past four years, she has never bitten any person.

Our lifestyle doesn't allow us to keep her. Her greatest desire is for her to have a safe and loving home that will be her forever home.

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