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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Dallas, TX

    Blaze

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Male Male
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever. Blaze was one of 8 puppies that were being waved over a homeless man's head on a busy intersection, selling puppies for $50. By the time we got to the bank to get our money only two were left. We hope the other ones got good homes. Blaze is gorgeous and is 4 months old and weighs about 17 lbs. He has beautiful, shiny hair. He is extremely loving and playful of course. His brother just got adopted and now Blaze is ready for his new forever home. To submit an application for adoption, go to www.codysfriendsrescue.com His adoption fee is $300 and covers the vet check, vaccinations, neuter and microchip.
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Charlotte, NC

    SABINE

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: Charlotte, NC
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (medium coat). Sabine is a 2 year old lab mix, spayed, and weighs 53 lbs. Only $40 to adopt. Sabine is a lovely, calm dog! She is still getting her bearings around here and can be a little nervous at times. Sabine opens up once she feels safe. She has been known to run right into the arms of her favorite handlers. She can be in the presence of other dogs, but would prefer to be the only dog in the home.
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in San Francisco, CA

    Junior

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Female Female
    Location: San Francisco, CA
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever.
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Fort Walton Beach, FL

    LEONARD

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Fort Walton Beach, FL
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (medium coat). 4-19-17 I know sit and shake! I am playful and friendly.
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Norman, OK

    TONY

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Norman, OK
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (medium coat).
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Louisville, KY

    EBENEZER

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Louisville, KY
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (medium coat).
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Dallas, TX

    Matanah CP

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Senior
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (short coat). Matanah is a super sweet year old yellow lab mix and that weighs about 65 lbs. Her owners are giving her up and we would love to find her a home as the only four legged dog and get all the attention . She is absolutely the sweetest most docile best friend to people of all ages. Over the years, she has been around our newborns, toddlers and rambunctious young children. She is great and instantly in love with people of all ages and has never once shown any aggression towards people. She loves laying at feet and getting belly scratches. She is pretty laid back and enjoys hanging out with the family and her daily walks. She is used to being around members of our family ALL the time so she can't be in a household where she is left for hours on end every single day. Once in a while is ok, but not daily. She does yelp and get jealous if she thinks the other dog is getting attention and she is missing out on something. . Her daily routine is she is fed and taken on a one or two mile walk with our other dog. She sleeps a lot, as most dogs do. Sometimes we let her run around in the backyard but will bark at other neighboring dogs, birds, and squirrels. She is current on her vaccines, spayed and well groomed. She goes to the groomer for trims every two or three months. She is crate trained but hasn't used a crate in a couple years. She is absolutely the sweetest most docile best friend to people of all ages. Over the years, we have confidently had her around our newborns, toddlers and rambunctious young children. She is great and instantly in love with people of all ages and has never once shown any aggression towards people. She loves laying at our feet and her belly scratches. She is pretty laid back and enjoys hanging out with the family and her daily walks. She is used to being around members of our family ALL the time so she can't be in a household where she is left for hours on end every single day. Once in a while is ok, but not daily. She does yelp and get jealous if she thinks the other dog is getting attention and she is missing out on something. She does not like and barks at the garbage truck and the squirrel who visits daily to run on the fence to tease her. Those and other animals in general sums up her dislikes. Her daily routine is she is fed and taken on a one or two mile walk with our other dog. She has a short training workout routine. She hangs out in my sons room or the family room and rotates between the two areas opposite our other dog throughout the day. They are on 8 ft leads. She has another short training workout and goes out for a potty break and another short walk later in the day and has dinner. Then there's one more potty and bedtime. She and our other dog continue training lessons biweekly. She sleeps a lot, as most dogs do. Sometimes we let her run around in the backyard but will bark at other neighboring dogs, birds, and squirrels. She is current on her vaccines, spayed and well groomed. She goes to the groomer for trims every two or three months. She is crate trained but hasn't used a crate in a couple years. Matanah is a super sweet 7 and a half year old yellow lab mix. We think she may have a bit retriever and a touch of pyrenees. She came to us as a stray. Some friends found her roaming their acreage in North Texas in December of 2009. After a few days of her not leaving and posting lost notices, they took her in. Two months later, they needed to move and their living arrangements couldn't accommodate her. We took her in. The Vet estimated her to be 7- 8 months old at that time so we gave her a birthdate of mid May of 2009. We already had a 5 month old lab border collie mix. They do not get along but we can take them on walks together and have them on leads and leashes around each other. The dog fights that have happened over the years were very difficult to break up and have gotten pretty bad when we have tried letting them play or share a yard or space. That and her having gone after our cat makes it absolute that it is best she is in a single pet home. Our trainer at K9 University in Garland feels she has responded very well to the training but agrees with the single pet home environment for her. The other dog is an instigator, so it is difficult to guess how much that influences her disdain for other dogs. She does bark at other dogs on walks and becomes agitated but is easily calmed most of the time. She is absolutely the sweetest most docile best friend to people of all ages. Over the years, we have confidently had her around our newborns, toddlers and rambunctious young children. She is great and instantly in love with people of all ages and has never once shown any aggression towards people. She loves laying at our feet and her belly scratches. She is pretty laid back and enjoys hanging out with the family and her daily walks. She is used to being around members of our family ALL the time so she can't be in a household where she is left for hours on end every single day. Once in a while is ok, but not daily. She does yelp and get jealous if she thinks the other dog is getting attention and she is missing out on something. She does not like and barks at the garbage truck and the squirrel who visits daily to run on the fence to tease her. Those and other animals in general sums up her dislikes. Her daily routine is she is fed and taken on a one or two mile walk with our other dog. She has a short training workout routine. She hangs out in my sons room or the family room and rotates between the two areas opposite our other dog throughout the day. They are on 8 ft leads. She has another short training workout and goes out for a potty break and another short walk later in the day and has dinner. Then there's one more potty and bedtime. She and our other dog continue training lessons biweekly. She sleeps a lot, as most dogs do. Sometimes we let her run around in the backyard but will bark at other neighboring dogs, birds, and squirrels. She is current on her vaccines, spayed and well groomed. She goes to the groomer for trims every two or three months. She is crate trained but hasn't used a crate in a couple years. She weighs about 65-70 lbs.
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in New York, NY

    Molly

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: New York, NY
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (short coat). our AL lab mama is taking such good care of her 11 pups! it's one big litter!! Mama has been named Molly & puppy names w pics to follow! All are up for adoption and able to go home in about a month!
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Temple, GA

    Stella

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: Temple, GA
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever (medium coat). Hi my name is Stella and I am a 1 year old black lab. I am very sweet and loving and I will curl up in your lap. I am still new to the rescue so they don't know a lot about me. I do get along with other dogs. I was in a home that had kids and I really liked that. I am still a little shy to start with, but after I am around you for a bit, I warm up and want your attention. I will be up to date on my vaccines, spayed, microchipped and HW negative before I go home. If you are interested in me, you can fill out an adoption app at www.iwag.org. ADOPT WITH PEACE OF MIND! Most of our adoptable dogs are trained, socialized and ready to love your family. They have lived at our home-based boarding, training and rescue facility where we have worked to fully assess them so that we can help you make a perfect match with your new companion. For over 15 years, we have worked with owners and dogs with training and rehabilitation. We bring these skills to our rescue program to help you and/or your family find the perfect new dog that fits your lifestyle, activity level, home environment and personality. We pride ourselves on working closely with you to not only find the perfect dog, but to provide service and care for you and your new companion after adoption. The majority of our dogs receive formal training and we do several obedience lessons prior to adoption so that you and your new dog can learn to work together and, equally or more importantly, bond prior to going home. You can read more about our adoption process below this description of this incredible, adoptable dog! We also off adoptions for senior and special needs dogs, small breed dogs that do not require training for adoption (but that can be trained at the adopter's request), and our new HomeBuddies program, which is FREE and helps harder to place dogs find loving homes and includes training. Our HomeBuddies adoptions will require strict screening and matching. These adoptions focus on dogs that are well-behaved and loving, but may have specific issues that have not responded to training. Some examples include socialization issues with other dogs or not being able to be around small children (not aggressive, but reactive to things like grabbing or quick jerky movements). These are loving dogs that deserve a chance at a forever home, but that will require special homes (i.e. no children, no other dogs, etc.). They each do include our 14 Day Off Leash Express program and the only expense is the cost of a remote collar that comes with the program (approx $200). ADOPTION FEES: Adoption with 28 Day OFF LEASH ULTIMATE TRAINING program $937.50 (dogs that will complete our full service training program normally priced $1749; includes 20% off boarding for life, private lessons for life, 24/7 support, remote training collar) Adoption with 14 Day OFF LEASH EXPRESS program $699.00 (dogs that will complete our full service training program normally priced $999; includes 20% off boarding for life, private lessons for life, 24/7 support, remote training collar) Small Breed without training (dogs under 30 pounds) $350 - fenced yard required Senior or Special Needs Adoptable $200 or negotiable based on dog and home (dogs 8+ yrs or dogs with special needs) Service Dog Candidates $450 (dogs leaving LILR and immediately entering service dog training; requires meeting with trainer) HOMEBUDDIES $FREE (INCLUDES our 14 day OFF LEASH EXPRESS program; difficult to place dogs that may have behavior issues that have not been responsive to training, but will still make great companions when matched with the right home; only expense is the cost of a remote training collar at $200) ***To find out which programs this dog is eligible for, please email info@lifeislabs.org as it varies with each dog, how long they've been with us and their general behavior and temperament. ALL ADOPTIONS INCLUDE: Full vaccinations, spay or neuter, parasite (fleat/tick/all worms) free, current on parasite prevention, microchipped, 20% off boarding for life at our facility. 24/7 access to us for anything you need related to your adopted dog. FULL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM ADOPTIONS ALSO INCLUDE: Unlimited private lessons for life and a remote collar. We do NOT do adoptions without our training program unless the dog is senior, special needs or a service dog candidate. OUR ADOPTION PROCESS 1. Complete our adoption application. It usually takes our volunteers 1-2 business days to process your adoption application. 2. Once your application is approved, set up a visit (by appointment please so that we can be available for you) to our facility to visit with the dogs that meet your preferences based on your application. You can visit more than once if you need more time to help choose a new companion. 3. Once you select your companion, we may do a home visit. 4. Complete an adoption contract. Dogs that are not receiving formal training can go home at this time. 5. For dogs who have been trained, we typically have two-three visits/lessons, with the last being the day you take your new pup home. This timeframe and the lessons can vary by dog and adoptive individual and family. FOR ADOPTIONS RECEIVING OUR FULL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM: THIS IS **NOT** your typical "pet store" or group class training. The result is a dog that you can enjoy in any setting and know that it's safe and a pleasure for everyone it visits with. You will be able to run, bike, hike, camp, garden and just plain relax with a dog that isn't going to run off or cause trouble. With the exception of seniors and special needs dogs, all of our adoptables receive either our "28 Day Off Leash Ultimate" or our "14 Day Off Leash Express" training program, which is available to the general public. If you are adopting a puppy, they will go home with you and then come back around 6-8 months to complete their training. Our training program includes behavior training, socialization and obedience training. When dogs complete our program, they will walk with you both on leash and off, we have addressed any manners/behavior issues that would cause problems in their new homes and they will come when called reliably off leash. Some dogs do have lingering issues that we fully disclose -- the most common is dogs that can jump 4' fences (which is probably why they ended up in the shelter in the first place!). When you come out for lessons, our typical lessons are: 1) leash walking, 2) gate and door manners, 3) coming when called to all family members and sitting upon arrival, 4) going for a walk off-leash with family and staying safely in the general area and returning immediately when called. Your new dog is ready to go home when we've completed the lessons and both you and we are confident and comfortable with your new pup's relationship and response to you and your family. Our adoptions with full service training include a dog that is: Spayed or neutered Current on all vaccinations Clear of parasites (heartworm, flea, tick, worms, etc.) Current on all parasite prevention (heartworm and flea/tick prevention) Microchipped On a high-quality food (Merrick Whole Earth Farms) Fully assessed for temperament and behavior Crate trained Fully trained through our "28 Day Off Leash" (reg $1749) or "14 Day Off Leash Express" (reg $999) training program -- for dogs eligible for training These adoptions also include: Private lessons prior to adoption and UNLIMITED private lessons as needed once adoption is complete (for dogs that have completed training) 20% off boarding at any of our facilities for life Unlimited access to us for advice and assistance for ANYTHING you need in relationship to your adopted dog The nature of our rescue program requires that dogs are with us typically 2-3 months from the time we take them into our program. During this time, they are living in and around our home with a variety of other dogs, cats, cows, people and general activity. We are assessing them 24/7 so that we know them very well and can confidently help you make the perfect match for a new companion. And we are training them daily (once they are happy and healthy) to prepare them for adoption. Payment arrangements can be made in the form of 50% down at the time of adoption and the remaining 50% in one month from that date. We understand that some people are shocked by this adoption fee. Please understand that this is NOT about making money. We care for 40 or more dogs in our program on a daily basis. All of our dogs are here typically 2-3 or more times longer than most rescues in other programs. We feed them high quality food, administer parasite prevention and provide food, toys, bedding, crates and a staff that helps care for them while we assess their behavior and temperament and conduct training. ALL of the proceeds from our adoptions go directly back to our rescue program. NONE of the adoption fee goes to us for training or boarding. Our adoption fee was set by taking a traditional adoption fee of $250 and then adding our commercial training program at half price (687.50 -- when it was originally $1375). We originally offered the training as an option. Almost every adopter did the training. The few that didn't were calling with behavior and training issues. We felt that there is a value to our training, both to the adopter, but even more importantly to the dog. We want our dogs to be LOVED and to become INSEPARABLE members of the family. We don't want them to cause stress or frustration. So in early 2011, we decided that all of our rescues would be trained. We hope that most people can see the value in the training and we encourage you to come out to visit and see the training in action if you are a potential adopter that's skeptical or on the fence. This is not traditional sit/stay training. This is training that will give you a well-balanced dog that is a pleasure 24/7. They are not little robots and they are not 100% without fault. But when you have a dog that you can travel with, hang out with, go to the mailbox with and that your friends and family can enjoy, we know that we've done our job by matching you with a dog that's a true companion and not just a pet... For more information, please email info@lifeislabs.org. PLEASE DO NOT CALL. Email is best for initial inquiries as it is difficult for us to spend time on the phone with all the work we have to do with the dogs. Thank you!
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  • Labrador Retriever Dog For Adoption in Carrollton, TX

    Ivey

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    Breed: Labrador Retriever
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: Carrollton, TX
    Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Terrier (short coat). Introducing Ivy, a healthy puppy born in mid-December. As puppies change daily, we can only give a description of each dog at a particular point in time. At the age of 5 months, Ivy is described by her foster mom as super sweet, playful and loves her foster brothers and sisters. She is learning her basic commands and working hard on her housetraining. This little girl is well adjusted and has plenty of puppy love to share. If you would like to meet Ivy, please go to our website at www.lostpawsrescueoftexas.org and complete an on line application. Her adoption fee is $225
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