Allie is an adult female Lab (mix?), a solidly built gentle girl who is fostered with kids ages 2 years and up, other dogs of varying sizes, and cats, and is very easy to get along with. She's a more laid back and gentle Lab girl, quieter, who still very much enjoys her daily walks, the wading pool, and leaning against your legs just to make sure you know she's there if you need her. House training is going very well, and she crates for the workday. We suspect she was previously an outside dog, but she sure is enjoying her inside the house time now. Allie is available after Nov. 12th. Please reference 'Allie Lab' when you email.
This HHK9 canine has tested positive for a heartworm or tick borne disease and treatment will be done through our vet before an adoption is finalized, so that we can do our part to ensure a healthy happy dog joins your home. Heartworm treatment consists of a 2 day treatment at the vet followed by 4 weeks of restricted activity, and placement timing is on an individual case by case at the comfort level of the foster and adopter. Tick diseases are treated through oral antibiotics sent home with an adopter by the rescue.
Requirements: No special requirements
You can email email@example.com with questions and for a preadopt application. This dog has been spayed/neutered, vaccinated as age appropriate, tested for heartworm disease if age appropriate, and dewormed.
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