Ruff Ruff! My name is Mickey
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Our little Mickey is finally ready to find his forever home. He's had both knee surgeries and has recovered nicely. Mickey is not going to be very big. He weighs about 65 lbs. It will be important to watch his weight as he gets older to keep those knees in good shape (just like us). Now, he's a typical rambunctious 1 1/2 year old lab. He runs and plays and loves chasing his ball. He's learned to sit and wait for you to throw it, but you'd better be pretty quick - he's not very patient ;-}
Outside, he loves to run and play, but once he's had his exercise he'll come inside and cuddle up with you on the couch. Mickey had a bit of a rough start, but dogs have very short memories. Now, all he needs is a loving home where he'll be pampered (but with a touch of discipline). Mickey is a smart boy, so training will be important. Mickey needs something to occupy his mind. If you don't give him something, then he'll find something on his own. Trust us; you'd much rather have him doing what you chose.
For more information on Mickey, see his story here
If you are interested in providing a loving, forever home for Mickey, please complete our Adoption Application at http://www.lonestarlabrescue.org/applications.html.
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Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue (Lone Star Lab Rescue) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to preventing the needless destruction of Labrador Retrievers in the DFW/Dallas/Fort Worth area by: rescuing them from shelters providing sanctuary for them in temporary foster homes providing appropriate medical care (including spaying and neutering) finding responsible and loving permanent homes for them. Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue will, when possible, assist Good Samaritans who have found stray Labradors and will also assist owners, who for a wide variety of reasons, feel they must find a new home for their Labrador. Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue is also committed to educating the public about responsible dog ownership. We believe that responsible pet owners spay or neuter their animals, keep them on an annual vaccination program, provide heartworm and flea preventative on a year round basis, provide basic training, and maintain their dogs as “inside” members of the family rather than as “outside” yard dogs. All of our members and volunteers have one thing in common: They all love labs! If you would like to volunteer to help save endangered Labs, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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