My name is Darlene & Darla!

Black Mouth Cur/Labrador Retriever Mix Puppy for adoption in St Petersburg, Florida - Darlene & Darla
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I'm being cared for by:
New Horizon Dog Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Darlene & Darla

  • Breed: Black Mouth Cur/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
For more information, please email: Please include your name and phone number. The foster parent will contact you directly! This is a proud service we offer to you. Adopter must be local to Tampa Bay.

BEAUTIFUL, healthy, well socialized and conscientiously cared for. Fed only the finest foods available, fecal tested regularly and supervised 'round the clock. Born on or around September 22, 2016. This uniquely beautiful puppy is one of eight puppies and their mother, who were left behind to fend for themselves in an foreclosed home while still nursing. Their mother is one of the most amazing dogs we have ever known. Calm yet alert. Affectionate yet not needy. Disciplined and highly accepting of all living things. At 38 lbs, this mother's puppies likely will not exceed 40 lbs in weight as adults. These puppies will go only homes that have the time and permitting schedules to give a puppy all that he needs. Feeding only quality, grain-free food is a strict requirement. $250.00 includes all de-wormings, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, all necessary puppy vaccines, spay/neuter and regular fecal testing.

Below is a list of NO-NO foods from Dog Food Scoop, supported by other unbiased studies of commercial dog foods:


Abady Dog Food

Alpo Dog Food

Beneful Dog Food

Bil Jac Dog Food

Diamond Dog Food (Plain, Regular Formula)

Good Life Recipe

Iams Dog Food

Kasco Dog Food

Kibbles 'n Bits Dog Food

Ol' Roy Dog Food

Pedigree Dog Food

Purina Pro Plan Dog Food

Purina One Dog Food

Science Diet Dog Food

Tuffy's Dog Food

About New Horizon Dog Rescue, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

New Horizon Dog Rescue pulls animals from high-kill shelters, those that are scheduled for euthanization, those that otherwise had no chance. The animals are immediately veterinarian examined. The animals are further tested for heartworm, administered the necessary vaccines and are spayed/neutered when applicable.

We are volunteers who devote to the ultimate goal: placing the animals in responsible, loving homes, where they have always been meant to be.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have various satellite facilities (foster homes) throughout west central Florida. Appointments are required. We strive to be flexible to accommodate the public's schedule.

Our Adoption Process...

A preliminary phone interview. Verification from condo or apartment of breed and/or weight restrictions. Adopter must commit to provide heartworm prevention monthly. Adopted animals must be consistently provided only high quality foods.