Tina was surrendered along with her brother Tuck as pups when the owner didn’t want them anymore. The owner came by the rescue and was told we were full at the time and to check back at the end of the week. That same day the owner took it upon himself to drop off the pups down the street from the rescue in some random yard. The woman’s house that he dropped them off at came to us and we managed to find room for the pups, not knowing what would happen to them if we didn’t. Tina was bathed, fed and treated for fleas. Both Tina and her brother grew into sweet loving dogs and enjoy playing with toys as well as each other. Tina has an exuberant personality that shines when meeting new people. She would be a wonderful companion for a family with older children as sometimes her play style could overwhelm a small child.
Tina is a Labrador Retriever mix and is about 2½ years old. She is current on all her vaccinations and she is spayed. She is a large dog and she will need to be exercised daily. Though she is quick to learn, Tina will need to be house trained, as well as need some additional leash training once in her new environment. If you have room in both your heart and your home to give Tina the attention and love she deserves, please submit an application at www.socorescue.com.
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