Wilbur ID#377339 is a male 2-year old Labrador Retriever blend weighing about 50 lbs. He is one happy guy that likes to be the center of attention! He has the SOFTEST face, and his fur is like velvet- the perfect cuddly companion! He will make you laugh the way he plays with his toys, and hops around when you throw the ball-- he's the ideal family dog! Please watch Wilbur's video! https://youtu.be/GSfL0SGzSm8
Below ... Wilbur describes himself in his own words ...
"Why hello! My name is Wilbur. I am a 2 year old, handsome Labrador Retriever blend who is always on the go! Looking for new adventures is my thing, you never know what fun a new path might bring! I am very active, bouncy and fun. I absolutely love people, and am happy to meet another dog friend too! I am the life of the party, a true goofy guy that loves to roll on my back for belly rubs and give you an endless number of smooches! I am ready to jump in your car and go cuddle on your couch- it sounds like a dream come true, and much better than the life at the shelter. Wanna go for a walk together today?"
Wilbur is neutered, current on vaccinations and microchipped. His adoption comes with one free month of pet health insurance. He needs either adoption, foster care or rescue to a rescue group. You can meet him at San Antonio Pets Alive's Paul Jolly Pet Adoption Center, 210 Tuleta Drive, San Antonio, Tx 78212 - in Brackenridge Park, across the street from the San Antonio Zoo. Adoption Center hours are Weekdays 11 A.M. until 7 P.M.; Saturdays and Sundays 11 A.M. until 6 P.M. Please write to Brackenridge@sanantoniopetsalive.org AND to Adopt@sanantoniopetsalive.org for additional information and updates. When inquiring about this pet, please be sure to give the pet's ID#.
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