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Labrador Rescuers
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Brown/Chocolate
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
5180

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small red x Not housetrained

My story

Bo is a very sweet puppy. He is absolutely beautiful. Bo is registered with Continental Kennel Club and he is a purebred Lab. He was born on 9/17/20 Bo was diagnosed with Mega Esophagus at a young age. His family struggled caring for him and needed help. They made the tough decision to ask us for help.

Bo has his own Bailey Chair and neck hug pillow that will go with him when he is adopted. Bo is potty trained and dog friendly. He needs to put on some weight before he can meet any potential families. Check back for updates as we learn more about Bo's needs.

Foster update- Bo is a purebred silver lab, and came to us in May weighing in at 17lbs and malnourished due to his Mega Esophagus condition. Then be broke his leg and had limited mobility while he had a cast on, so our updates on him have been delayed. He's now fully healthy and is typically happy, playful lab puppy. During the time we've had him, we've been able to figure out the best ways to help him keep his food down and get him acclimated to living with ME. We are now at a place where he can go several days without regurgitating, and when he does it's typically a smaller amount. Bo loves all dogs he meets including his foster brother and sister, and cherishes every minute that he is with his humans. He is potty trained, sleeps well in his crate at night and loves squeaky toys of all shapes & sizes. He hasn’t met a cat, but seems more curious than aggressive when he sees one on our daily walks. The only current issue we are working through currently is getting him comfortable being left alone. He's happy in his crate if we are around or at night, but does not like being left alone in his crate. However we've been blocked off to 1 room with our other dogs and we're gradually building up the time he's alone, and he's getting better. Given that he still has some anxiety being left alone, he would do best with another dog in the house to keep him company. In terms of a family, he'd be happy with any family where people are home most of the time, either working from home or retired. He's generally calm in the house as long as he gets exercise. Any family that is committed can deal with his ME; it does require a little more prep work than a typical dog but it's very manageable.
Bo is a very sweet puppy. He is absolutely beautiful. Bo is registered with Continental Kennel Club and he is a purebred Lab. He was born on 9/17/20 Bo was diagnosed with Mega Esophagus at a young age. His family struggled caring for him and needed help. They made the tough decision to ask us for help.

Bo has his own Bailey Chair and neck hug pillow that will go with him when he is adopted. Bo is potty trained and dog friendly. He needs to put on some weight before he can meet any potential families. Check back for updates as we learn more about Bo's needs.

Foster update- Bo is a purebred silver lab, and came to us in May weighing in at 17lbs and malnourished due to his Mega Esophagus condition. Then be broke his leg and had limited mobility while he had a cast on, so our updates on him have been delayed. He's now fully healthy and is typically happy, playful lab puppy. During the time we've had him, we've been able to figure out the best ways to help him keep his food down and get him acclimated to living with ME. We are now at a place where he can go several days without regurgitating, and when he does it's typically a smaller amount. Bo loves all dogs he meets including his foster brother and sister, and cherishes every minute that he is with his humans. He is potty trained, sleeps well in his crate at night and loves squeaky toys of all shapes & sizes. He hasn’t met a cat, but seems more curious than aggressive when he sees one on our daily walks. The only current issue we are working through currently is getting him comfortable being left alone. He's happy in his crate if we are around or at night, but does not like being left alone in his crate. However we've been blocked off to 1 room with our other dogs and we're gradually building up the time he's alone, and he's getting better. Given that he still has some anxiety being left alone, he would do best with another dog in the house to keep him company. In terms of a family, he'd be happy with any family where people are home most of the time, either working from home or retired. He's generally calm in the house as long as he gets exercise. Any family that is committed can deal with his ME; it does require a little more prep work than a typical dog but it's very manageable.
Rescue

Labrador Rescuers

Contact info
Pet ID
5180
Contact
Address
San Diego, CA 92192
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

Additional adoption info

Please send a email to doginfo@labrescuers.org.
Please send a email to doginfo@labrescuers.org.

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You can find out about our events on our website: www.labrescuers.org
You can find out about our events on our website: www.labrescuers.org

More about this rescue

Labrador Rescuers was established to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home stray, abandoned or unwanted Labrador Retrievers into loving and caring homes in the San Diego County and Inland Empire area, that will provide our labs a place to lay their heads in dignity for the rest of their lives. We strive to provide all families with the education they need for responsible and enjoyable pet ownership.
Labrador Rescuers was established to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home stray, abandoned or unwanted Labrador Retrievers into loving and caring homes in the San Diego County and Inland Empire area, that will provide our labs a place to lay their heads in dignity for the rest of their lives. We strive to provide all families with the education they need for responsible and enjoyable pet ownership.