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This perfect gentleman is Sirius. Sirius is an 8 year old black Labrador Retriever. We saved Sirius from a high kill shelter in a rural part of Georgia. Sirius came in a stray so we’re not sure of his history, but we’re not sure why no one came looking for him! He’s near perfect. Sirius is a total love and a complete gentleman. He loves going for walks and is good on a leash. He has your classic Lab personality – he’s laid back and loves everyone. He’s house trained – both in the sense he does his business outdoors but also because he’s not destructive in the home. There’s no need for using a crate with Sirius and in all honesty, he doesn’t like one. Sirius would do best in a home with people who are around often and probably not with young children as he tends to enjoy a more laid back environment. He has wonderful house manners and just seeks human affection. He would be fine as an only dog or with other low key dogs. He doesn’t pay any mind to cats. Mostly, he loves to play with balls!
Sirius is currently in his foster home in MD. He is neutered, up to date on his vaccines and currently undergoing heartworm treatment via the slow kill method. We were worried he may have advanced heartworm disease due to his age, but good news…he does NOT! TLR will follow his treatment and provide all medications until Sirius is heartworm negative, even post adoption. So please don’t let this or his age discourage you, Sirius is a wonderful addition to any family and has so much love to give.
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