There is a $75 adoption processing fee. Supplies will be included.
Are you looking for a really good dog for your family? Ted is a really good choice! This adorable young male Yellow Labrador Retriever / Collie mix is in need of a loving, forever home. He’s such a cute guy. He has been neutered, is up to date on shots, fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and even obedience trained. Ted is fully house broken, loves children, and gets along very well with other dogs.
Ted, along with his equally adorable brother, Bill, are being rehomed by their owners, who are so sad to have to make this very difficult choice. Unfortunately, the family live in a neighborhood where building back yard fences is not permitted. They have tried an electronic fence for their back yard, but Ted and Bill have managed to escape the yard. With a very busy road a few blocks away, it’s a dangerous situation for the boys.
If you live within a reasonable distance of St. Louis and would like to add Ted, or both boys to your family, they would love to meet you. All they need is a family with lots of time to spend with them, a home with a securely fenced back yard, and people with a little patience with the dog’s puppyness, which they will outgrow fairly soon.
Please offer Ted (or Ted and Bill) a loving home today!
Location: St Louis, MO, 63131
Type of Pet: Dogs
Breed: Mixed: Yellow Lab, Collie
Age: Turned 1 on approximately June 1, 2016
Color/Coat Type: blond, short hair
Size: 42 lbs
Health Issues: no.
Behavior Issues: yes.
Bill and Ted is:
Neutered, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, Crate Trained, Litter Trained, House Broken, Leash Trained, Obedience Trained
Bill and Ted gets along with:
Toddlers, Small Children, Older Children, Adults Only, Dogs
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