Tag Archives: Adult Lab

[VIDEO]Unparalleled Loyalty – The Black Lab that would not leave.

It is not hard to question the loyalty of dogs. As Lab owners, it is not hard to recognize the unparalleled loyalty of Labrador Retrievers. Loyal Black Lab Braves Traffic to Stay By Fatally Wounded Friend’s Side  After her canine companion was run over by a car on Hacienda Boulevard in La Puente, California, a 2-year-old black Lab braved oncoming

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Twister – Adopted 4/14/2012

Happy Gotcha Day, Twister!! Meet Twister! For the past several weeks Twister’s life has been a whirlwind.  Twister was displaced after the tornadoes hit Alabama and was never claimed.   Twister is 4years old and  looks like a pure lab. He has a beautiful yellow coat and he is medium size (55lbs).  He has a soul

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Sadie – Adopted 4/14/2012

Happy Gotcha Day, Sadie!! Meet Sadie. She is a goofy one year old lab. She loves kids and other dogs. Clearly she likes to be on your lap! Her family could not spend enough time with her and she was spending way too many hours in a crate so they asked us to help.    She

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Lucky – Adopted 4/12/2012

Happy Gotcha Day, Lucky!! On the Eve of St. Patricks Day, a beautiful 2 year old black lab got some of his own “Luck of the Irish”……and made it safely out of a Georgia animal shelter!  His name is Lucky, because he was” lucky “enough to have a wonderful foster family that stepped up at

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One + One = Four

What did I learn this month?  That sometime 1+1 does not equal 2.  Rita is a great one year old lab who is sweet and just need to learn some manner.  She was my foster.  Kiara is a 10 months old who is working on her training.  Neither one is submissive nor dominant.   On

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Brownie Adopted 4/7/2012

HAPPY GOTCHA DAY, BROWNIE! A wonderful young couple drove all the way from North Carolina to adopt Brownie. She is worth the drive and they are ready to give the attention and structure she needs and deserves. Congratulations Brownie. More on Brownie’s story below.   Update: Brownie has come a long way since she first

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Listen, Learn, Snuggle

As part of our mission we like to go around town to educate kids about ethical treatment of animals and safety around dogs.   The helper this year was Rex, adopted from LFS a few years ago. The mission was to impress the students at Heards Ferry Elementary School during Career Day (it is not easy

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Crocket – Adopted 3/24/2012

HAPPY GOTCHA DAY, CROCKET!! Update from Crocket’s Foster Mom: Crockett continues to be one of the sweetest dogs I have ever fostered. He absolutely loves to snuggle with his person. This photo illustrates his cuddle time position. His health has improved and his coat looks better by the day. He is so well behaved that he

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Betsy Bell – Adopted 3/21/2012

HAPPY GOTCHA DAY, BETSY!! Update from Betsy’s new Forever Home:  Betsy Bell is doing Awesome. She has sniffed every square inch of the house and yard and is so funny! She has gone around the house and yard and found every tennis ball and baseball I think that we own. She puts them in a

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Gracie – Adopted 3/17/2012

Happy Gotcha Day, Gracie!! Update:  Gracie is living with a trainer and learning a lot. She is great dog and she is so good that she could be considered to be a therapy dog. Do not let the pictures turn you off. Her coat is very beautiful but hard to take pictures of.  We think

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Tony – Adopted 3/10/12

Happy Gotcha Day, Tony!! Meet Tony. He is a big handsome boy. He is 5 and half years old and 108 pounds… Did we say he is big?! Tony was turned in to us by his owner who, after having him since puppy, could not take him along to his seniors facility home. We promised

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Diego – Recruited

Happy Recruitment Day, Diego!! It’s official! Diego has passed all his tests and has been recruited to the United States Department of Agriculture.  He will get trained to work at the airports sniffing food and such.  Labrador Friends of the South Information Coordinator, Elena had this to say “darn it, next time I try to

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