BLACK BEAUTY ALERT!! Did you know there is an actual syndrome called Black Dog Syndrome or BDS? In short, many dogs are over looked and not adopted simply because they sport a black coat! We certainly hope this will not be the case with our sweet gorgeous Darbie!! Darbie is a beautiful black lab who sadly has spent the majority of her life within the confines of a chain-link fence and cement floor. Surprisingly (and thankfully) Darbie is adjusting very-well
to the taste of freedom and is enjoying the finer things in life with extreme bliss. Swimming in the cool pond, smelling the warm grass, and exploring new scents are among her greatest freedoms. When Darbie smiles....the whole world smiles with her! She has a way of reminding us all how precious life is and that we should always stop to smell the roses (or grass or fence or dirt). Whatever your preference is, know that Darbie is free and so thankful to be on her way to her
forever home. Darbie is about11 months old. She weighs 50 lbs. She knows sit and how to walk on a leash. She will likely weigh 55-60 lbs when fully grown. Darbie is already spayed, up to date on all vaccinations, and current on preventatives. She is friendly (and curious) towards other dogs and no cats for her. Darbie loves people of all sizes but she is young and has all the usual puppy energy. In time she will be a perfect little lady. Until then we would advise strict supervision around little ones (she can be a bit of a jumper). Friendly, sweet, playful, and outgoing, Darbie will make a fantastic addition to the very lucky family wishing to give her a long awaited Fairy 'Tail' ending.
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