Meet Lani, which is short for Lagniappe. Lagniappe is a Cajun word for a "little something extra," like the 13th donut when you buy a dozen from the bakery. Lani is still a baby, about 5 months old. We think she will be about 70 pounds when she grows up.
Lani is ALL Labrador! She went right for the doggie pool at her foster home. She loves to splash around, blow bubbles and play in the water. She is learning to play fetch and loves to romp with the adult Labs in her foster home.
Lani is just settling into her new foster home and learning the rules here. She sleeps quietly in her kennel already and is house trained. Lani is looking for a home with an adult medium or large breed dog to play with and learn from. Because she is all sharp puppy teeth and big feet, she will not be a good fit in a home with young children. Kids about 8 to 10 years old will be about the right age for her.
Lani will be available for adoption about the end of August. If you live in the DFW area and are interested in adopting her, please see our web site for more information. www.LoneStarLabRescue.org
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