I have a couple of lipomas (benign fatty tumors) but they aren’t a problem and you can barely see them. I did recently have surgery to have a Mast cell tumor removed from the skin on my abdomen. The pathologist said it looked benign and they removed it all, but rarely these tumors can recur.
My energy level is rather low for a lab, but don’t have any limitations on my walks. I’ve been around several dogs and usually we have a quick sniff and I move on. There have been some who are not so nice and I don’t get bothered and just mosey on. I’m not interested in cats and am good around kids and fine in busy crowds. I’m really a laid back mellow yellow lab! In the time I’ve been with my foster dad I’ve really bonded with him and I’m looking for someone who would like to share some mellow time together. So if your looking for a good pal to hang out with give your family rep a call, and tell them Billy sent you!
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