Friday, September 11, 2015

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

(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
WOOF!!!! WOOF!!!! arf?! It's like looking in a mirror- almost.  I was probably a bit cuter (hee hee) but this guy from Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. which my friend "Lab Lady" brought by, remind me of my sooooo cute self when I was just a young pup.  A pure delight, I tell you.  This guy, Jerry, is probably alot like me-we Black Labrador Retrievers are just the best, you know!  WOOF!  

Meet Jerry!  WHAT A FACE!!!! How can anyone resist such a face! I know my humans couldn't resist me and we're living happily ever after!

An 18 week old, 23 lbs, sweet, cute, adorable, typical puppy!  He loves to chew, as you can see by the photo and probably know about us Labs, he does well when redirected. 

Jerry is doing pawtastically well with house breaking though it is a slow, yet steady progress! WOOF!!!!!   He LOVES his crate!  A special place for him, like mine is for me! 

He enjoys playing with the fosters resident dog. 

Jerry needs a home where he can continue to be loved, has room to run, play, romp, explore and another dog to play with- these would be ideal!!! WOOF!!!

An ideal addition to a family, Jerry is approved for children ages 6 and up.  He is young enough that he would be good with cats and is very friendly with dogs.

He's current on his vaccines. Jerry is being treated for Demodex mange which is not contagious to other dogs or humans. 

I know we Black Labrador Retrievers are so cute and adorable and pawfect and wonderful and well, you know, we are just it!!!  WOOF!!!!   Adopting a puppy can be a pawtastic challenging experience so pawlease be sure you are willing to make the commitment- I am including a few reminders about puppy life from Lab Rescue- 
"Raising a puppy can be very rewarding but also very demanding pursuit. Puppy adopters need to ensure that the puppy: 
  • Has a potty/social interaction break every three or four hours until 6 months old to ensure house training success.
  • Gets plenty of daily play time and walks. 
  • Has regular interaction with children, adults and other dogs to ensure positive socialization. 
  • Puppy adoption fee is $325 and there is a spay/neuter deposit of $50 which is refundable when pup is spayed/neutered. 
  • Gets the vaccinations in accordance with the Lab Rescue Puppy Protocol and other care as recommended by their vet. 
  • Goes to a formal training program when the puppy is six months old in addition to in-home training efforts. 
  • Is neutered as required by six months of age (End of September 2015).
Interested in meeting Jerry and learning about dog adoption?  Please visit Lab Rescue!
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

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