My name is Beau!

Labrador Retriever/English Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Montpelier, Vermont - Beau
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/English Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Montpelier, Vermont - Beau
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Good Karma Rescue Inc.

Facts about Beau

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/English Pointer Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10621025
This is a courtesy  posting pls contact Joanne 802-729-0777 OR

This is not a GKR Dog  

Looking for You Hello World. My name is Beau. I’m a happy, healthy, adorable dog looking for a new home. I'm three years old, 62 pounds of love and fun and many times people think I'm still a puppy. I love life, people, running, playing, sniffing, bones and being outside. Did I say being outside, running and sniffing stuff? I love the woods and fields, which are my second home. I miss them so much, can you help me get back to them? I probably have some German Short Haired Pointer in me and I love to run. I can spend all day in the woods and be in my happy place. Do you need a trail running buddy? I can chill out inside at home too. I was hurt badly at one year old and still have two scars on my head and chin. I had to live with the dogs that attacked me and it was really bad. I can be on a leash and meet other dogs no problem, and actually like this. I have some dogs I get along with, that I’ve known or been around. For now I need to be the only pup in the home. This is important, and not negotiableunless you are a dog whisperer I have had an abusive owner in the past and just need love. I respond and give love back. I am not at all aggressive towards people and you can take a meaty bone from me easily. I just need to know what it is like to be loved, how it is supposed to be in a healthy relationship with my people. And to have a stable life. I've moved 8 times in the last year and a half! I’m neutered, up to date on my shots and licensed in Vermont. I’m a kisser, cuddler, and love getting and giving affection. I love hiking, exploring, finding the water source wherever I am and swimming. I eat flies, love belly rubs and car rides. I love kids to pieces. I listen very well, know my commands of sit, stay, come (when we're outside I can be slow at this sometimes but always come! I get better every time!), paw and lay down. I’m not sure of my breed, but the vet says I’m some type of mix, Lab with probably Pointer or Beagle or another Hound breed. I'm not a barker or howler and have very short hair and don't shed much. I become pretty attached to my people. I thrive on a diet of real meat (some fish) and Acana Singles dog food, and need to continue with this or something similar in my new home. I am a good balance of independent and attached to my people. I have so much love to give. Pics available, contact Joann at number or email below. Please feel free to ~share~ this with those looking to adopt. Beau is a soulful, beautiful, sweet, loving, amazing boy. A dream home might be with land for him to explore, which makes him happy and healthy. Serious inquiries only please. Please feel free to email or call with any questions. Thank you. 

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About Good Karma Rescue Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Good Karma Rescue Inc. is a private charitable non-profit 501(c)3 organization.

Good Karma Rescue is a small group of volunteers that love animals. Our mission is to rescue, provide refuge, and ultimately to find permanent loving homes for abandoned, stray and neglected animals where they will receive a lifetime commitment of loving care, including appropriate gentle training, exercise, and regular veterinary care. Whenever possible we also assist dogs who, because of extenuating circumstances, are unable to remain in their homes with their guardians. We are located in Central Vermont, and work with local and national organizations to help prevent needless euthanasia, and companion animal overpopulation.

Good Karma rescue supports early age spay/neuter as the most practical and humane way to prevent companion animal overpopulation and needless euthanasia. All dogs and puppies adopted from Good Karma rescue prior to going to their forever home are spayed or neutered. Our organization acknowledges the serious problem of overpopulation of companion animals in this country, and works to prevent unwanted litters.

All Good Karma are housed in foster homes where they are provided with attention and all are seen by a veterinarian to insure, as much as is possible, that they are in good health before adoption. All companion animals are spayed or neutered, brought up-to-date on shots, and screened for parasites before being placed in their new homes. When time permits, our dogs are also housetrained and taught basic obedience.

All Good Karma animals are evaluated for temperament, and personality. This helps us to place them in homes that are well suited to their needs and to the needs of their future guardians. If you are looking for a specific type of dog and do not see it on our website, please email us. We work closely with other rescue groups and animal shelters and may be able to assist you in finding your next furry friend.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment only.

Our Adoption Process...

Our process involves an application that must be filled out and approved before an appointment can be made to meet the animals. The application includes a vet check, reference check, and verification that an animal may live at current home by home ownership verfication or landlord verification.

Most importantly, sometimes we believe a home visit is necessary to make to sure the animal and the adoptee are the perfect match.Once approved, a contract is signed before animals are released into their new home.

All dogs adoption fee is 250. Reptiles and other animals are on a case by case basis.