Friday, April 3, 2015

Friday's Friend: Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

Happy FRIDAY-!!  Barkingly pawsome to have a visit from my friend "Lab Lady!"  She and her volunteers have been awfully busy helping dogs find humans to care for them and "Forever Homes!"  

Since my human had internet trouble last week, I couldn't write about my friends, so this week, I have two for you to meet.   The first one is this beautiful girl, Ella!
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 
Ella, a 1-year old spayed female, 46 lbs., Black Labrador Retriever, is one hot girl, er, uh, sweet young dog!!  WOOF!  She had lived in the country and has limited exposure to city noises, traffic, and groups of people. Until Lab Rescue determines differently, placements are limited to single family suburban or rural homes.

Ella is very sweet and friendly. She is like a typical young Lab, very playful and has lots of energy. Training and exercise will be good for her. 

Ella is good with other dogs. She has no cat or kid history, so she's approved for kids ages 10 and up. 

Loud noises startle her so she will need a patient family to help her out of her shell.

Ella is up-to-date on vaccines and will need Distemper, Bordatella, and Leptospirosis boosters between April 13 - 20, 2015. Ella is Heartworm positive, so she's on Doxycycline for it.

My other friend for you to meet this week is Ebony!!  Another beautiful, young, 18-month old, Black Labrador Retriever, who is looking for her "Forever Home!"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 
A charming girl, Ebony loves to play with stuffed animals.  She enjoys throwing them and catching them only to do it all over again!  WOOF!!!  

Ebony is great on a leash with an EZ Walk Harness (size medium). She enjoys long walks and has gone for two miles at a time and would be happy to go farther!  BARK!!! 

She loves to please humans, sharing kisses and snuggling in bed if you'll allow her.  Ella, almost, enjoys being with humans more than playing.

She is crate trained and does what she needs to do as soon as she gets outdoors!  
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 

When I pulled out some treats, Ebony was delighted to show me her tricks. She sat and if the treat did not get served quickly she tried down to win me over. She may have even offered me her paw. She will head into her crate when asked, and does her business as soon as she goes outdoors. 

Ebony was quite taken with the cat who walked by so she is likely best in a home without cats.  She has no experience with children, so she's recommended for ages 10 and up. 

Ebony is up to date on her vaccines. She'll need a Distemper, Lepto, Bordetella booster between 4/6 and 4/13. She has a heart murmur grade 2, which is not concerning. There is no treatment and it will not affect her quality of life.

If you would like to meet Ella or Ebony, please contact the Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. - tell them Noah sent you!  WOOF!!! 

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