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My name is PUPPY MARLA!

Labrador Retriever Mix Puppy for adoption in Salem, New Hampshire - PUPPY MARLA
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Critter Cavalry Rescue New England - NH Chapter

Facts about PUPPY MARLA

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11325978

My name is “Marla” and I am a brindle, Labrador mix girl who was born about February 1, 2017.  My foster mom says that I am very smart and curious about the world. I am 17 lbs light right now and probably will be a medium girl that could weigh 50-60 pounds. when I grow up.  Right now I am about 13 weeks old (4/29/17) and act like a typical adventurous puppy who tries to explore the world around me.  I have been told that I am a definite keeper.  My coat is very soft and black colored.  I have brindle colors on my head and legs and some patches of white on my chest, and my front paw. I love to be outdoors with everyone, including my sister, and my foster mom’s dogs. I love to fetch the ball, run in the yard and play in water. I even got my own puppy pool to play in.  My foster parents say that I would be the ideal family addition for an active household.  I am picking up my first commands very quickly and learn how to walk on a leash and I even love to go for car rides.  When I am hungry, want to play or need to go outside putty, I will bark at you, but I am not an annoying barker.  I have impressed my foster mom with my charming temperament and how sweet, happy, and friendly I am around people, and dogs. Besides being adventurous and playful, I love to snuggle up with my foster parents and sometimes even like to be carried around.   My siblings and I were rescued from being euthanized in a kill shelter. Me and my sister Summer went to our current foster home. We took a trip to the vet right away and received a complete puppy check-up. I am up to date on my shots and in perfect shape for my age! I love to run and play with my foster parents a lot. However, I am very respectful and grateful to be rescued. Although it sounds like I have tons of energy, at bed time I am done and I sleep the entire night thru. I am a respectable girl inside the house as well. I have never destroyed any furniture, pillows, carpets, or window treatments at my foster Mom’s house.  I am pretty much housetrained and let you know when I need to go outside.  And by the way I need to go outside in a fenced in yard, since I like to explore so much and jump too. I love to lay in the sunlight.  I am no apartment dog.  My foster parents say that I am very easy to take care of.   I am just a very happy puppy.  I got all my shots, and there is not a sign of a single flea on my very soft coat. Please open your heart and home and give me a chance to have a home of my own with full attention to my cuteness and be a part of a family. Just call for “Marla” and the show will start!  PLEASE NOTE:  Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted.  Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site.  The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive.  Contact us at 615-661-5333 or ccrnewengland@gmail.com

About Critter Cavalry Rescue New England - NH Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of dedicated rescue people who want to save as many dogs and cats from the local shelters before they are euthanized. On the average....there are only 1 out of 10 animals that get adopted from a shelter. We are dedicated to helping increase pet adoptions by offering a shelter animal a foster home to go to while awaiting an adoptive family to find them on our Petfinder website. Won't you please adopt a shelter animal? Or won't you please help us foster a shelter animal while we are looking for their perfect home? What a gift you can give a dog or cat by giving them a place to feel safe and secure....a forever home or a foster home. Won't you help us at Critter Companion Rescue give them a chance to have a life?

Our Adoption Process...

Most all our dogs are fostered in Tennessee and transport up to the Northeast or New England. Our fees start at $500 and can be higher depending on the dog and circumstances for their vetting. All fees cover the health certificate, transportation up to designated places for families to pick up their pre-adopted dog, spay/neuter, rabies, all shots, fecal and dewormings, microchip, complete vet check up and 4 way heartworm test if dogs are older than 8 months.