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Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in New Boston, NH, USA


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Date Listed: 03/05/2016
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Organization Name: Canine Commitment of New England
Location: New Boston, NH 03070
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Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
Gender: Female Female


Age: Baby
Availability Date: 03/05/2016
Location: New Boston, NH, 03070
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Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in New Boston, NH, USA

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Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Mixed. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PUPPY IN THIS PICTURE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!!!!!!!!!! Volunteers needed at our New Boston, NH facility! We are just across the town line from Bedford, and we need some help caring for puppies and the occasional mama dog. If you have a free hour to two hours to give weekly (or any time at all -- find some friends and each take one "shift" per month!), please consider giving of your time to help these sweet puppies get walks, playtime, and love. Pups are between 8 weeks and six months of age, generally. Heavy duty cleaning is handled in the morning, but light clean-up, putting food out, cleaning water bowls, etc., as needed is also required. Retired couples or individuals most welcome! Come play with the pups -- you'll get paid in soul-refreshing puppy kisses and adoring gazes. Love puppies but don't want to start over with a tiny puppy of your own? This is a great way to get some great laughs out of puppy antics!!! Contact Ross at 603-361-4350 or via e-mail at for more information. Thank you!!!!

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