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My name is Phoebe!

Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Normandy, Tennessee - Phoebe
Photo 1 - Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Normandy, Tennessee - Phoebe
Photo 2 - Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Normandy, Tennessee - Phoebe
Photo 3 - Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Normandy, Tennessee - Phoebe
Photo 4 - Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Normandy, Tennessee - Phoebe
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Lucky Break Pet Rescue

Facts about Phoebe

  • Breed: Carolina Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
HERE'S THE BUZZ ON MISS BEE - Phoebe, Bee for short, was dumped in the Estill Springs, TN area and appeared to have been a chained dog. She appears to be a Carolina Dog/Lab mix and her docked tail is probably not natural but the result of an accident or a cruel act. She is 2 to 3 years old, 52 pounds, UTD on shots, HW-, spayed, microchipped, and on HW and flea preventative. She plays well with the one year old Husky/Shep in her foster home, but would likely do best as an only dog. Bee is a dominant type and will guard her food and toys from other dogs, not uncommon in dogs who have been deprived. She takes to corrections and new commands well. She is house and kennel trained, loves to play fetch and give kisses, and is not a destructive girl. If you accidentally leave your shoes out, they will remain intact. She will sleep in the kennel but prefers to sleep in the bed with you. Bee has not been around cats or children so her suitability with them is unknown. Even though Bee is not being adopted through our rescue, we are assisting the owners in finding an appropriate new home for her and there will be an application process to insure that Bee is a good fit for your family. Please contact us if you are interested in meeting her, or have more questions. We are happy to connect you with the owners.

About Lucky Break Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We work with people in the community to get dogs spay/neutered, vaccinated and adopted or transferred to a rescue in another area before they land in the local, high-kill Animal Control facility. As we are foster-based with limited resources and space, usually, the people who have the dog(s) or puppies foster them, for a short period of time, while we pursue outside rescue or re-homing. We will come and take photos, assess the dog's temperament and start a health record. So far, this system is working very well and saving dogs has been a community effort.

We are a small group of people with limited resources but a strong desire to see the homeless, abused and neglected dogs in our communities placed in good, loving, permanent homes. If you are in our area and share our passion, please join us!

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Mail donations to: Lucky Break Pet Rescue 214 Scenic Rd. Normandy, TN 37360 or PayPal to e-mail address

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our rescue is foster-based so we will need to put you in touch with the foster family of the dog you would like to meet. You can coordinate with the fosters to pick a time and place that will be suitable for you to 'meet and greet' the dogs or dogs that interest you. If you have other dogs, we encourage you to bring one or more to meet the potential new family member and make sure that this is a good fit. We want to make sure that the adoption is good for both your family and our rescue dog and will be a permanent home.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in adopting one of our rescued pets, we require that you complete an Adoption Application. Our online application may be found on our website, www.adoptapet.com/luckybreakpetrescue . We require a vet reference and two personal references as well as information about other pets you may have and what your current living arrangements are, eg., apartment, rental home, owned home, fenced yard, etc. Our current adoption fee is usually $150.00, which only covers the vetting costs. This may be subject to change if our vetting costs rise. We prefer to meet with you in person at your home and bring the dog for a visit. If you are located too far away from us, we may ask someone from a group closer to you to meet with you. The process could take between one and three weeks to complete, depending on the responsiveness of your references, the needs of the dog and transportation requirements.