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My name is Coral!

Shepherd (Unknown Type)/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Goldsboro, North Carolina - Coral
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I'm being cared for by:
Paw-N-Hand Rescue

Facts about Coral

  • Breed: Shepherd (Unknown Type)/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: R-
Coral is a beautiful young shepherd/lab mix girl who is just learning to love life as a pampered inside dog. She is learning all her manners, housetraining, and kennel training.

Coral is one of Astrid's puppies and Dory's sister. The family came from someone who could not care for them.

From Coral's foster mom:
Coral: 9 month old, intact (will be spay and chipped), dhlp2p, rabies, corona, bortadella, K9 Advantix II
Tick disease positive titer. Vet suggests to wait and treat later if needed. She may not actually have the disease.
Negative Heartworm
Taking Heartgard and K9Advantix II
Coral had a tough start. She had an aggressive form of Giardia. Coral was hospitalized and it was touch and go if she would live.
She's alive and well. Full of life and ready to share her love of it!
She needs to be taught manners. She jumps and still learning to listen.
Coral is very scared of new things so constant exposure so she can build confidence.
Digs to hide everything she hoards.
Good with other dogs but needs time and patience to build trust in them. She's used to strays and had seen many fights. She snarls and snaps at the start of introduction of if her space is invaded by other dogs.
It took her 3 weeks to adjust to the pack of 7. Now they all get along.
She is helping another rescue, a pitbull along. They play and run together with no issues.
I'd not trust her with birds, like her mom, Astrid.
Ok with cats as she had her own but I think if they ran she'd give chase as a puppy would.
Barks behind the fence at the horses but once out she ignores them.
Puppy=chews.
CHILDREN OVER 12 (she jumps)
OTHER DOGS OK
CATS OK but you'll need a warm up period. She had her own kitty where she came from.

About Paw-N-Hand Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Paw-N-Hand Rescue is run by Presidents Scarlet F. and Linda T. in conjunction with our board members and the support of our amazing volunteers. Scarlet and Linda formed a bond in October 2014, at Paw-N-Hand's first adoption event, and have been working together to help the animals ever since. Paw-N-Hand Rescue is ever-growing, allowing us to help more animals with each added foster home, sponsor, and volunteer. Our goal is to help every animal to the best of our ability. We know that we cannot always help, as there are currently more animals in need than we have the resources to support, but we hope that we can grow into an organization with a large enough resource base to be able to help every animal we find.
The members of Paw-N-Hand Rescue pride themselves on working together to make our environment a positive one, and we see each other as family, always working together to help one another and the animals.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Donations can be made directly to our vet, Quality Care Animal Hospital, by calling 919-963-3044, or by mail to Paw-N-Hand Rescue PO Box 11184 Goldsboro NC 27532.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption events are held at Pet Supplies Plus of Goldsboro, and throughout Goldsboro and surrounding areas, on a varying schedule. Please email us, or check out our Facebook page for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

Potential adopters must fill out an application on the animal they are interested in. We check the application, including vet and personal references. The potential adopter must also sign an adoption agreement, stating that they will have any dog as an inside companion, a cat will be inside and not declawed, and the agreement outlines the items that the adopter must have ready for the animal upon completion of adoption, among other things. Before the adoption is final, we perform a home check to ensure the environment is safe and appropriate for the animal.
Dog adoption fee: $175 Includes spay/neuter and rabies vaccine (if old enough).
**Some dogs have had additional vaccines or medical care, which is noted in their medical charts **
**Consultation with rescue included if we are aware a dog is heartworm positive.**
Cat adoption fee: $115 Includes spay/neuter and rabies vaccine (if old enough).
**Some cats have had additional vaccines or medical care, which is noted in their medical charts**
**Consultation with rescue included if we are aware the cat is FIV/FELV positive.**Adoptions restricted to no other cats in the household for FELV positive cats, exceptions may be granted for resident senior cats.**