Saturday, June 11, 2016

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

Happy Saturday!  Yup!  I know it is Saturday.  My paws for not writing about my Lab friends yesterday but my human had so much trouble with the computer and had something come up, so I had to give it a rest.  I wanted to pee on it but my human stopped me-  WOOF!

Remember the Lab Walk I shared about a few weeks ago?  Barkingly, "Lab Lady" shared with me some pawsome detail about the event, after she settled down and washed the blue coloring right out of her hair, "Noah, we had 475 Lab lovers join us to celebrate fun, food, and a beautiful, sunny day. There was food! There was sun! There were Labs of all shapes, ages and colors! There were dogs with the heart of a Lab! And, there was community.  What a community of Lab lovers! Thanks to everyone's efforts, we have managed to raise more than $140,000 to save more Labs in need and we thank you! It was an amazing day!"  WOOF! WOOF!! BARK!!!!!

And, it wouldn't be "Friday's Friend" or a visit with "Lab Lady" without her bringing a friend for you to meet-  Meet Bruno!

(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 

Bruno is a 3 year-old Black Labrador Retriever looking for a "Forever Home" in a single family  home in a suburban neighborhood or rural area!  He isn't used to the noise and craziness of the city.

Bruno isn't a fan of long car rides so his travel should be in a crate and he tends to be nervous getting out of the car so extra caution should be taken to keep him safe.

Barkingly, Bruno must have a dog companion in his new "Forever Home" so he can learn the ropes of living with humans from him.  Paws, the home must have a fenced yard for them to play and run and explore!  WOOFS!  Barkingly, once outside, he'll stay close to the house. He'll go out to cuddle and play with the pups then runs back to the house.  Barkingly, he will take the ball right from their mouth or from my feet where they've dropped it so I can throw it. They're great, but, it's a consideration for anyone who has a dog that might not like sharing their toys like that.

Barks, why am I sharing those requirements up front?  Paws, Bruno doesn't want to go for a walk- he gets spooked by everything new.  While he is learning more and more from his foster humans, his adopters shouldn't plan on going for walks with him.  He loves playing in the backyard.... and he will be very happy for it! Which is why, a fenced yard is impawtant to him.  He does pawsome in his world called HOME and YARD!

Bruno loves romping, playing, chewing and flipping on his humans back for cuddles.  He'll butt in when the other dog is getting petting because you have two hands and you should use them both!  WOOF- my thoughts too!
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. 

Bruno is one easy guy to live with.  He's had full run of his fosters home when she's gone and decides to snuggle up with one of the resident dogs until I come home. Nothing out of place, no damage, no accidents...perfect house manners.

Bruno will follow the lead of your resident dog.  He doesn't go into the kitchen or bathroom at his fosters house because her dogs don't. His dog skills with other dogs are fantastic.  He just slinks in with whatever they are doing!

Bruno is a pretty low energy guy having maybe two burst of energy a with the zoomies built in where he just wants to run and run and run. Then it's sleep mode!  Barks!

Having company? Bruno takes a few minutes to warm up to new humans but will soon be wanting attention from humans.

Bruno, a shy guy is looking for a calm household with patient humans and a friendly, confident canine or two or three -- the more the merrier! The humans should be around more than not to help Bruno establish a routine and feel secure and confident in his new home!

Bruno gets along with other dogs, cats, and humans of all sizes. Bruno must go to a home with another dog(s) and one with a solid fenced yard. He is crate and house trained.

Bruno has no history with children so he is approved for ages 10 and up.

He is up to date on vaccinations!  

Interested in meeting this pawsomely delightful guy?  Learn more about dog adoption and Bruno by contacting the Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. at Lab Rescue, call the Lab Line: (301) 299-6756 or email


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