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Labradoodle puppies and dogs in Florence, Kentucky

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We'll also keep you updated on Rhett's adoption status with email updates.
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Rhett

Labradoodle

Male, Young
Batesville, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Rhett was adopted from a shelter in WV. He was adopted by my ex husband and I. He is a very active and friendly dog. Also, he is 17 months old and will be 2 at the end of December. He would be perfect for someone and/or a family who is active and likes to be outside. He is partially house trained and crate trained as he was an inside dog at one time. He needs someone who can give him all of the attention he needs. He has had basic puppy training and knows some basic commands such as sitting and laying down. Lastly, he is a mixed breed (I’m not sure what his exact breeds are). Let me know if you have any questions.

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Below are our newest added Labradoodles available for adoption in Florence, Kentucky. To see more adoptable Labradoodles in Florence, Kentucky, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
We'll also keep you updated on Delbert's adoption status with email updates.
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Delbert

Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Florence, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Labrador/Terrier mixDelbert is just a little over a year old and came to us with his two sisters. He is fully vetted and looking for his own family. He gets along well with other dogs, he likes children, and he loves following his foster mom around her property. We believe he might have some Feist in him as he is quite the hunter.  PLEASE SEND US YOUR PHONE NUMBER TO HEAR MORE ABOUT DELBERT. July 21, 2024, 4:38 pm
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Pippin

Labrador Retriever Husky

Male, Senior
Florence, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
**Please read the profile in its entirety. The adoption process and their basic needs are addressed in the profile. We are an all volunteer organization and are busy caring for our foster animals so we cannot respond to emails that ask questions already addressed ** Adoption Process: Step 1:    Complete a "no obligation" application located on our website at pawprintsnky.com under the applications tab. Step 2:    PawPrints will review the application, verifying Vet and personal references as well as landlord requirements/restrictions (if applicable) Step 3:    IF your application is approved, we will call you to schedule a meet and greet for you to meet the pet. &#226&#128&#139Step 4:   If the meet and greet goes well, we will schedule the home visit.   ** PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT AN INQUIRY VIA THE ADOPTION SITE (PetFinder, AdoptAPet, etc.).  IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION NOT ADDRESSED IN THEIR PROFILE, PLEASE EMAIL pawprintsnky@gmail.  The adoption process and their basic needs are addressed in the profile.  We are an all volunteer organization and are busy caring for our foster animals so we cannot respond to emails that ask questions already addressed **   Gender: Male Age: Approx. 9 yrs. Weight: 60 lbs Breed: Labrador Retriever/Husky (best guess Neutered: Yes Vaccinated: Yes Microchipped: Yes Adoption Fee: $100.00 (plus tax) Foster Location: N Ky. Applicants must live within 2 hours of Florence, KY, no exceptions. Home Recommendation: Single Family. Fenced yard. He enjoys spending time in a fenced yard.  Not too long as he'll get bored and was an escape artist in his previous home (foster mom hasn't had this issue with him but he's not left outdoors for extended periods of time). Kids: He loves everyone, but he's going to barrel through your kids...and they're going to cry.  We don't want to be responsible for the tears. Crate Trained: Yes! All you need to do is throw a few pieces of kibble or a treat in his crate and he can't get in there fast enough. Cats: He's fine with cats and largely ignores them, but their food would have to be somewhere that he absolutely cannot access. Potty Trained: Yes! Dogs: He's great with other dogs...until it comes to food.  If there's a dropped treat or a crumb falls off of your plate while you're eating, he becomes obsessed.  For this reason, we feel he'd be best as the only dog. Leash Manners: You'll be hanging on for dear life.  No one told him he's a senior and he's as strong as an ox.  Probably best to stick to yard time, unless absolutely necessary to take him somewhere. He's a sweet senior who came to us when his owners decided his latest escape would be his last.  Pip ended up in the shelter a few too many times and they'd had enough of his escapades.  We're assuming he was left outdoors for long periods of time because he hasn't tried to escape once in his foster home.   Pip is a sweet, older (not so) gentleman who will do anything for food, and we mean anything.  He'll climb where you're sure there's no possible way he can climb, open cabinets, rip bags...you name it and he'll find a way.  Food needs to be stored away out of sight and locked securely away from his sensitive nose. He desperately needs a home to live out his senior years.  He's the nicest dog, will you give him a chance? His listing will be removed as soon as he has an approved application Please be honest! We have many people tell us what they think we want to read, not what's truthful. If there are discrepancies, your application will be denied. It's important for us to place dogs in a home that's suitable. You may be a stellar owner but possibly not a good fit for the dog you were first interested in adopting. We're not trying to offend anyone, we're trying to set everyone up for success. We're a best fit rescue and will verify your vet and personal references.      July 19, 2024, 12:13 am
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Denver

Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Florence, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Denver is 2 years old and a sweet sweet boy. He attended Petsmart training school and can sit, shake, lay, stay and heel. Well trained, and extremely well behaved. My family will be living in an apartment for up to 6-9 months while building another home, thus the reason I would like to find Denver a nice family. We are heartbroken to make this decision. He loves other animals, people and especially kids. He is a great dog and will be extremely missed. Feel free to email me with questions katherinemcantrell@gmail.com

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