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Breed: black shepherd /black lab mix Mix
Gender: Female Female


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 08/06/2017
Location: GRAIN VALLEY, MO 64029
Tags: golden retriever mixblack lab mixgerman shepherd mix

black shepherd /black lab mix Mix Dog For Adoption in GRAIN VALLEY, MO

What do you get when you mix a German Shepherd with a Lab and a Golden Retreiver? The best dang dog in the world! Athena is such a good girl. She is so pretty and sweet. She hasn’t got an aggressive bone in her body and is overflowing with joie de vivre! Athena is only 3 years old and very healthy. She is a larger dog at over 60 pounds, and every inch of her is full of love and devotion. Athena lives with her family in Grain Valley, Missouri. It’s about 20 miles away from Kansas City. Athena has been spayed and fully vaccinated. She is in excellent health. Athena’s owners love her a lot. They want the very best for her, and with a very young family to care for, giving Athena the time, attention, training and exercise she needs and very much deserves has been difficult. Athena has a tendency to jump on people to let them know she loves them. Unfortunately, this has resulted in toddlers being knocked over on several occasions. The family would like to find Athena a home without tiny kiddos and with folks who are in a better position to give her the positive behavior modification she needs. If you have room in your heart and home for this gorgeous girl, please get in touch. She can’t wait to meet you!

black shepherd /black lab mix Mix

Breed Group: Guard Dog
Country of Origin: USA

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