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My name is Abbie Rose!

Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
10 years 7 months old, Senior
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 70 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

They say age is only a number and I certainly agree. My name is Abbie Rose and while I may technically be 10 years old I have the energy and personality of a dog half my age. I love to go on walks. My foster family has me walking 2-4 miles each day and it is so much fun. I am excited to be on the leash, but once I smell a few things I settle into a nice walk-pace. I love to play ball. The more tennis balls the better! I also like toys. I like to take them all out of the basket, so I have lots to play with. My foster family has 2 dogs. I think I prefer being the one and only, but I know how to live with others. I am happy to meet all the dogs on my walks, and big and small people, too. I also lived with two cats. I pride myself on getting along with everyone, even those pesky cats who hissed at me and tried to make me mad. I know better than to let one of them take a swipe at me. I do like to talk a lot. I announce everyone who comes to the door or even might be walking by. I do like to hear my voice.

My foster family took me to my first baseball game. It was great! I got to sing along to the music. I did so good they gave me a hotdog. I just wish I could have been on the field chasing that ball! My foster Mom let me have the treat cause, I really do need to gain a few pounds. Now that the specialist has diagnosed IBD and I have a special food and probiotics I feel and look so much better.

Don’t let my slim figure worry you. I just need to put on a few healthy pounds. Before I was in my foster home, I was left alone for a very long time without food, so I am just trying to regain my shapely figure.

Being a dog of maturity, I consider myself to have manners. I am house trained and know to go outside. I will sleep in a crate, and I don’t make a peep, I am in my foster parent’s bedroom all night. I don’t chew on anything that I should not. I do know a few commands like sit, down, shake/paw and would like to learn more. I do understand the word ‘NO’ and respond well to correction. I even learned how to use the dog door in my new foster home.

I am not super picky about my forever home. I get along with everyone, I just want a family that will take care of me so that I can take care of you.
They say age is only a number and I certainly agree. My name is Abbie Rose and while I may technically be 10 years old I have the energy and personality of a dog half my age. I love to go on walks. My foster family has me walking 2-4 miles each day and it is so much fun. I am excited to be on the leash, but once I smell a few things I settle into a nice walk-pace. I love to play ball. The more tennis balls the better! I also like toys. I like to take them all out of the basket, so I have lots to play with. My foster family has 2 dogs. I think I prefer being the one and only, but I know how to live with others. I am happy to meet all the dogs on my walks, and big and small people, too. I also lived with two cats. I pride myself on getting along with everyone, even those pesky cats who hissed at me and tried to make me mad. I know better than to let one of them take a swipe at me. I do like to talk a lot. I announce everyone who comes to the door or even might be walking by. I do like to hear my voice.

My foster family took me to my first baseball game. It was great! I got to sing along to the music. I did so good they gave me a hotdog. I just wish I could have been on the field chasing that ball! My foster Mom let me have the treat cause, I really do need to gain a few pounds. Now that the specialist has diagnosed IBD and I have a special food and probiotics I feel and look so much better.

Don’t let my slim figure worry you. I just need to put on a few healthy pounds. Before I was in my foster home, I was left alone for a very long time without food, so I am just trying to regain my shapely figure.

Being a dog of maturity, I consider myself to have manners. I am house trained and know to go outside. I will sleep in a crate, and I don’t make a peep, I am in my foster parent’s bedroom all night. I don’t chew on anything that I should not. I do know a few commands like sit, down, shake/paw and would like to learn more. I do understand the word ‘NO’ and respond well to correction. I even learned how to use the dog door in my new foster home.

I am not super picky about my forever home. I get along with everyone, I just want a family that will take care of me so that I can take care of you.
Rescue

Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Torrance, CA 90505
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

SCLRR is a foster based, all volunteer rescue. Adoption applications and home visits are required for approval to adopt. Careful time, temperment testing and fostering with further evaluating to help adopters find the right match for their lifestyle and for the dog's needs is the hallmark of SCLRR. We consider the needs of both adopting family and of our rescue dogs. The fostered Labradors can be visited for possible adoption at the individual dog's foster home by approved adopters. Thorough information is provided along with a folder of such things as up to date vaccine records, spay/neuter certification, microchip registration information, pedigree and kennel registration if provided along with any other paperwork we might have. A terms of Adoption is filled out and signed, providing ownership to the adopter. The adoption fee is $350 or $150 for a senior Lab (7 years and older). Any known medical needs a dog might have are taken care of by SCLRR prior to adoption. SCLRR prides itself on our high standards of temperment testing, medical care given and our fair treatment of adopting families. Come visit us on our web site at www.sclrr.org!
SCLRR is a foster based, all volunteer rescue. Adoption applications and home visits are required for approval to adopt. Careful time, temperment testing and fostering with further evaluating to help adopters find the right match for their lifestyle and for the dog's needs is the hallmark of SCLRR. We consider the needs of both adopting family and of our rescue dogs. The fostered Labradors can be visited for possible adoption at the individual dog's foster home by approved adopters. Thorough information is provided along with a folder of such things as up to date vaccine records, spay/neuter certification, microchip registration information, pedigree and kennel registration if provided along with any other paperwork we might have. A terms of Adoption is filled out and signed, providing ownership to the adopter. The adoption fee is $350 or $150 for a senior Lab (7 years and older). Any known medical needs a dog might have are taken care of by SCLRR prior to adoption. SCLRR prides itself on our high standards of temperment testing, medical care given and our fair treatment of adopting families. Come visit us on our web site at www.sclrr.org!

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Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue adopts Labrador Retrievers to adopters from foster homes in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Ventura County and parts of the San Bernardino County.
Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue adopts Labrador Retrievers to adopters from foster homes in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Ventura County and parts of the San Bernardino County.

More about this rescue

Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue Our Mission Statment: Encourage and promote responsible dog ownership and reduce the abuse and neglect of unwanted Labrador Retrievers through rehabilitation and adoption. Promote the humane treatment of Labrador Retrievers and accept for placement unwanted Labrador Retrievers, care for them medically, neuter them, and place them in caring homes. Provide educational services to interested public regarding responsible breeding and ownership of Labrador Retrievers. Educate dog owners about training, neutering, and the humane care for their dogs and to promote good canine citizenship. If you live in the southern California area and would like to volunteer to help, we'd love to hear from you at sclrr@sclrr.org or call 888-554-2522.
Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue Our Mission Statment: Encourage and promote responsible dog ownership and reduce the abuse and neglect of unwanted Labrador Retrievers through rehabilitation and adoption. Promote the humane treatment of Labrador Retrievers and accept for placement unwanted Labrador Retrievers, care for them medically, neuter them, and place them in caring homes. Provide educational services to interested public regarding responsible breeding and ownership of Labrador Retrievers. Educate dog owners about training, neutering, and the humane care for their dogs and to promote good canine citizenship. If you live in the southern California area and would like to volunteer to help, we'd love to hear from you at sclrr@sclrr.org or call 888-554-2522.

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