Saturday, April 2, 2016

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

Well, my friend "Lab Lady" has had her paws full this week.  She has come by several times with some great dogs for you to meet.  This time, its the best of the best of all the rest!  WOOF!!!!!  BLACK LABRADOR RETRIEVERS!

Of course, as you say to yourself because you know how I am!  WOOF!!  I love all dogs but have fun with the Black Labrador Retrievers because we are family!  We're buds!

This week, "Lab Lady" brought by two friends for you to meet, Star and Bella!

"Star and Bella"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 
Star is a 4 year-old female Black Labrador Retriever. And, Bella is a 3 year-old is a 3 year-old female Black Labrador Retriever.  Two bonded sweet hearts, pals, buddies, who are looking for a "Forever Home" together.  Wherever each other goes the other follows so they must be adopted together.  Barkingly pawsome, if you are looking for the perfect pair of Labrador Retrievers, look no further- these girls are it!

Bella is more relaxed, laid back, easy going while Star tends to be the shy one but is less when she's with her buddy Bella!

These two pawnderful ladies have pawfect house manners.  Quite the ladies to be sure! They are crate trained but pawlly don't need them.

Bella and Star know the basic commands, "sit" and "come" and will need some more training.   Walking- oh yes, they enjoy it and are great on a leash!

The girls love attention but won't pester you for it.  They are couch potatoes in the house and will quickly find a dog bed to curl up in.  Bella and Star are good at sleeping through the night.

Good around other dogs, even barking ones at the kennel staying focused on their human, but no cat history.  Bella and Star are recommended for children over the age of 10.

These two very happy, eager to please beautiful Black Labrador Retrievers, Bella and Star are up to date on their vaccinations and ready to meet you!

If you would like to meet Bella and Star, and learn about dog adoption, please visit Lab Rescue.

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