My name is Libby!

Labrador Retriever Dog for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - Libby
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I'm being cared for by:
Furever Angels Animal Rescue of Charlotte

Facts about Libby

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
We would love to find Libby a forever home! Because of no fault of her own, Libby has been with our rescue for longer than most adoptable dogs (black dog syndrome). We are offering a reduced adoption fee of $50 for an approved home for Libby! She has been fully vetted and microchipped!

Libby is an fun loving 6 year old Lab mix old who weighs 65 lbs. This girl is very sweet and loves to have all the attention! She does fine with most other dogs but is just much more interested in her people than other dogs. She LOVES to please her people! She is very smart and highly trainable, Because of her size, we prefer Libby to live with older children and she will require a fenced yard to play in safely. Libby is an excellent inside dog and does not need to be crated, although she is crate trained. She is completely house trained, walks well on a leash, and rides nicely in a car. For more information or an application, please contact

About Furever Angels Animal Rescue of Charlotte

Our Adoption Process...

1.) All potential adopters will be required to fill out an application and have a home visit prior to adoption. We work
hard at placing all of our rescued animals in the best suitable home possible. We want to ensure the absolute best
fit to ensure these sweet babies will be adopted to their forever home and will never have to worry about being
homeless again.

2.) All of our rescue animals are fully vetted as well as spayed and neutered at the time of adoption unless there is a
medical reason or they are too young to be spayed or neutered at the time, in which a spay/neuter contract will
have to be signed. We would like our potential adopters to understand the severe pet overpopulation that is
present in our state and want all pet owners to be responsible in spaying and neutering their pets. Therefore it is
our policy not to adopt to families that have unaltered pets. Our hearts ache for all the homeless animals including
litters and litters of puppies and kittens that get killed in these shelters every day, many by being gassed to death.
We try to save the owner surrendered animals because they are the first to be killed, usually on the same day they
are surrendered. Unfortunately we can not save them all and there are only a very few lucky ones to make it out

3.) In general, we do require a fence for dogs unless there are special circumstances such as the dog being older,
more laid back, couch potato, etc. There may be other special circumstances as well such as having a dog park next
door or wanting a running or hiking partner. We understand that most dogs have a lot of energy and need enough
exercise to release that energy. We also want the dog to have a safe place to play in which a fenced yard is most
appropriate. We do not accept invisible fencing as a suitable option for various reasons. If there is a question about
whether a fence is required for a particular dog, please contact the person listed as the contact.

4.) All adopters must be a minimum of 23 years old.

5.) Due to limited resources, out of state adopters are required to travel to our location and are required to have a
home visit completed prior to coming to meet us.