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Breed: Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix
Gender: Female Female
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Gracie

Age: Adult
Availability Date: 11/25/2017
Location: BALTIMORE, MD, 21206
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Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in BALTIMORE, MD, USA

Gracie is affectionate, loyal and devoted female yellow Labrador Retriever mix. She is 8 years old, healthy, up to date on shots, spayed and house trained. Weighs 75 pounds. She need a new home because of health issues that both her owners face. She is not a hypo-allergenic dog, and her owner has breathing problems. What Gracie offers: Unconditional, total, absolute love. Whenever we come home, she is ready and waiting at the door. A beautiful thing to come home to. Intelligent. Shes a truly brilliant dog. She is quick to learn most commands (I say most because, no matter how we try, weve never been able to train her to fetch. Everything else was quickly and easily learned. I think she considers it beneath her *joke* . She quickly learned our schedules and will actually come to nudge me when its bedtime. Beautiful. She is beautiful to look at, and has an absolutely beautiful personality. Obedient. She really is very obedient although, she really DOES obey my husband more than me. Hes definitely her alpha. When theres food involved, she is, admittedly, a lot slower to obey. But she gets there. Quiet. Weve had her about 7 years, and I think shes barked 20 times or less. Usually to get our attention if shes outdoors. She adores children and people in general and is good with cats. Gracie needs a loving home where she can be the only dog. She is generally good with other large dogs, but has a very strong dislike of small dogs, particularly little dogs showing aggression or dominance. Gracie MUST be on a leash at all times when outside the home. (If she is on a leash, obviously, she is more controllable. Also, when on a leash, she will lunge at a small dog, but she will stand down when ordered firmly by the human with her.) This is important for her new family to understand. Gracie would not be a good dog to take to a dog park for exercise.

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