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My name is 389053 Bradley!

Labrador Retriever/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in San Antonio, Texas - 389053 Bradley
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San Antonio Pets Alive

Facts about 389053 Bradley

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10260469

 



 

Bradley is a friendly 9 month old puppy with lots of energy. She is very affectionate and smart. She knows some basic commands like sit but will need someone who will be patient with her and take the time to train her, she is very smart and learns quickly so it shouldn't be to difficult to train her. She is good with other dogs but tends to be a bit protective of her food and doesn't like when other dogs come around her food but that should go away once she is in a home and realizes that she will be fed every day and doesn't have to worry about being hungry. She walks well on a leash and doesn't pull very much, she only pulls when she get super excited. She is a puppy so when she gets excited and playful she tends to nip at you but we are working on training her to be gentle when she plays. She is almost completely house trained, she has occasional accidents but for the most part she goes outside. She loves to play with stuffed animals and to end the day with a good chew bone. I think she would do best in a household where she gets enough excersize and with someone who will have enough time to work with her and get her all trained. If you have any interest in meeting Bradley please email me at jolsen14@student.alamo.edu or call at 2106065052.
Bradley is a friendly 9 month old puppy with lots of energy. She is very affectionate and smart. She knows some basic commands like sit but will need someone who will be patient with her and take the time to train her, she is very smart and learns quickly so it shouldn't be to difficult to train her. She is good with other dogs but tends to be a bit protective of her food and doesn't like when other dogs come around her food but that should go away once she is in a home and realizes that she will be fed every day and doesn't have to worry about being hungry. She walks well on a leash and doesn't pull very much, she only pulls when she get super excited. She is a puppy so when she gets excited and playful she tends to nip at you but we are working on training her to be gentle when she plays. She is almost completely house trained, she has occasional accidents but for the most part she goes outside. She loves to play with stuffed animals and to end the day with a good chew bone. I think she would do best in a household where she gets enough excersize and with someone who will have enough time to work with her and get her all trained. If you have any interest in meeting Bradley please email me at jolsen14@student.alamo.edu or call at 2106065052.


 



About San Antonio Pets Alive

About Our Rescue Group...

San Antonio Pets Alive (SAPA!) is a new organization that will be modeled after the very successful Austin Pets Alive (APA). APA was instrumental in helping Austin achieve their goal of no longer euthanizing healthy, adoptable pets from the city shelter. SAPA has teamed up with Animal Care Services in order for the city of SA to reach their no-kill goal.

In partnership with San Antonio’s Animal Care Services, we are implementing innovative and progressive programs to:

Rescue as many pets as possible off of the daily “euthanasia list”. In our rescue program, to not duplicate work of other agencies, we focus solely on the pets who have already been passed over by other groups and the shelters’ adoption programs and create programs to save their lives and find them new homes.

Our rescue program is focused 100% on the dogs and cats who are about to be killed. We wait until the shelters have chosen the pets they want for their adoption programs and other rescue groups have pulled the pets that they can take, then we go in and rescue the rest that we can fit into our programs.

Visit us online at www.sanantoniopetsalive.org or like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sapetsalive

Email adopt@sanantoniopetsalive.org if you have any
questions.

If you are interested in fostering an animal, please visit our website and fill out our online Foster Application. The more foster homes we have the more animals we can pull off the euthanasia list and the more lives we can save together!

For more information on fostering email us at foster@sanantoniopetsalive.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

Physical Address:
Animal Care Services (Building 1)
4710 Highway 151
San Antonio, Texas 78227

Shelter Hours:
Monday-Friday
11am – 7pm

Saturday
11am – 5pm

Sunday
Noon – 4pm

Our Adoption Process...

Pet will come neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Please visit our website and full out our online Adoption Application.