Cookie is a Labrador retriever mix sporting a black coat and markings of white on her chest and feet. Cookie is a senior at 7 years of age and she weighs 45 pounds.
Cookie comes to the rescue after her former owner relinquished her to a kill shelter who felt that he couldn't provide her with the proper care. That is all behind her now because Cookie is eager to be part of a family that has an active lifestyle and the high energy that will be comparable to hers.
Her overall disposition is super confident and she thrives wholeheartedly on human attention. She is lovingly gentle and thoroughly relishes, to the moon and back, a good hair brushing. She likes nothing better than to be with her human caregivers. She adores human interaction but she has not been tested or homed with other dogs, kids or cats. It is unknown how she will respond to those associations at this time.
She is house trained, although it is important to understand that sometimes dogs may have an accident or two as they adjust to a new home setting. Cookie walks nicely on a leash for those long casual walks in the countryside or even in the city. For any dog friendly activity that can be thought of, Cookie will gladly accompany you. As for crate training, she is working on making that a gold star achievement for herself and is progressing nicely.
Cookie has a sweet personality anyone could easily fall for her. Help make her fairytale dream come true and open your home to this wonderfully energetic bundle of joy to cherish for the rest of her days.
The fee for adoption is $250. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and transport fees.
Interested in adopting Cookie? To get the ball rolling head over to http://www.dogstarrescue.org/the-form/ and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. To help speed up the process, please call your vet and give them permission to speak with us.
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