Friday, July 10, 2015

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

WOOF!! Barkingly pawsome, it's the weekend!  Hope you've got some great plans made which includes paws of fun! If not, maybe you need to consider dog adoption!

Do you like Chocolate?  My human does. Milk Chocolate or dark Chocolate is the best, he says.  I'm not allowed to have Chocolate because it's dangerous for dogs!  Could hurt me more than a taste is even worth- but what about Chocolate Labrador Retrievers?   BARK? arf?

My friend, "Lab Lady" from the Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. has introduced me to a 2 year old, 73 lbs., Chocoloate Labrador Retriever named "Camo-"

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Camo must go to a home with a fenced yard and NO electric fences!  WOOF!  He needs a yard, so no townhouses, condos or apartments would work for this guy.

Camo was given up to Lab Rescue, due to his owners health issues.

A very happy guy, he gets along well with everyone including the foster's resident dogs and cat.  He loves to be around his humans- so he'd do best with a family who is home more often than not.

(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Camo enjoys playing with tennis balls, sticks, toys and wants a yard that he can run and romp around in!  He's making progress learning leash skills but an "Easy Walk Harness" is recommended for this strong guy!!  WOOF!!

He is house and crate trained.  Camo sleeps great in his crate and can be found napping under his foster mother's desk while she's working!

A guy who is eager to please his humans, he's working on commands.  Further  training should be pawingly easy as he is one smart and eager to please dog!

Camo is good with other dogs, big and small, and is approved for cats as he used to live with 2.  He is excellent with children and approved for age 5 and older.

He tested positive for Lyme disease and he's on 30 days of antibiotics to cure it. He is current on vaccines!

WOOFly, if you are thinking about a hunk of Chocolate- introduce yourself to Camo!

Interested in meet Camo and learning about dog adoption?  Please contact my friends at Lab Rescue.

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