Nana is completely house trained, potty trained and crate trained. She does do well outside of the crate for extended periods of time without showing any destructive behaviors. She has lots of tricks up her sleeve like, place, sit, lay down and shake! We're still working on "drop it" though (she really loves that ball).
Since Nana is more mature and is moderate to low in energy level, she will do best in a household that has a low to mid energy dog, and a devoted family that will allow her time to adjust and get to know her new fur-siblings. However, she would be perfectly content with being an only dog. She also does wonderful with children, and loves the attention that they provide her! It would be best for Nana to be in a household without cats as she does tend to have a significant prey drive with small critters. She wants nothing more than someone to love her and occasionally toss a tennis ball.
Nana is a black Labrador Retriever, estimated DOB is November 2008. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations.
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Our adoption fee is $300 and includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay or neuter and microchipping. The breed and age included in this listing is based upon the opinion of a vet that has examined the dog. We cannot confirm the age of the dog unless the dog was born in the care of the rescue. We are located in the metro Atlanta area. We currently do not allow out of state adoptions as a home check is required as part of the adoption process.
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