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DIXIE

Labrador Retriever American Staffordshire Terrier

Female, 10 mos
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi out there!! My name is Dixie and here's my story: PHYSICAL INFO: Breed: Lab/Staffordshire Terrier mix Age: 10 months Gender: Female Weight: 40lbs (18 kg) Current Location: Guadalajara Mexico RESCUE STORY - When I was born, I thought that life was meant to be full of discomfort, neglect and hunger. That's all I had ever known! You see, like my mummy Kira and my sister Chanel, I was found in a home with 20 cats, my mum, myself and my 3 surviving siblings (of the original 13 that were born) and I was not being very well taken care of. I think my owner meant well but they simply didn't have the resources for this small zoo, and as my owner got sick we were left to fend almost entirely for ourselves. As a result I had a bad case of sarcoptic mange and malnutrition and had to be nursed back to health with some much-needed TLC. Since receiving this, I am now a healthy and spunky gal who is ready for her furever home (with you?)! I hope you'll give me a chance to prove to you how loving and loyal my special breed can be.  TEMPERAMENT - I'm a sweet and loving gal who loooooves humans and likes to give 'hugs'. I am good with children, dogs and cats too - how awesome! I love to give kisses and I am a really confident pup who has no problem socializing with other pups both big and small. I'm also curious and VERY food-motivated (a dog trainer's dream!). Despite my rough start to life, I have nothing but love to give to hoomans and can't wait to find my furever family.  ENERGY LEVEL - Moderate GETS ALONG WITH: Kids –  Yes I'm good with kids as you can see here.  Dogs – Yep!! I get along just fine with other dogs and am around them all day Cats – I am incredibly patient with cats as you can see here.  PREY DRIVE - Unknown. I’m not too sure how I’ll react around cats/squirrels/rabbits etc. My adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. TRAINING: Leash skills – My rescuers say I am learning and doing well however I may need some additional patience and training. House trained – My rescuer says I am okay with this but I may need some additional training and patience.  Crate trained – My rescuer says this is in progress but I may need some additional training and patience.  Car rides – I do okay in the car but still may need some additional training and patience. Please Note: WCP Dog Rescue partners with Unleashed Dog Training (Hannah Swain, Balanced Dog Trainer) to offer adopters 50% off one training session (not including tax and applicable gas surcharges). Any subsequent sessions will be offered at standard rates. WCP also highly encourages adopters to do some research and training on their own before their dog arrives.  HEALTH NOTES: I am spayed and vaccinated. NOTE: dogs from Guadalajara are not microchipped. NOTE: It is not uncommon for rescue dogs to require dental work/cleaning after they are adopted. West Coast Paws does not cover the costs of dental work and/or vet visits. These costs are the financial responsibility of the adopter. ADOPTION FEE: My adoption fee is $750.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. ------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please visit wcpdogrescue.com to read about West Coast Paws Dog Rescue and it's adoption process. The info included in each WCP bio is provided to us from the international rescuer. WCP does not have in-person access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions, although we ask for video proof of a dog's attributes wherever possible. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person(s) adopting them and the environment in which they live.  WCP is unable to guarantee the accuracy of a dogs age and/or breed. These are strictly "best guesses" based on veterinary exams and their educated estimates.  ##1812272##
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ROBBIE

Labrador Retriever

Male, 11 mos
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
Hola! My name is ROBBIE (they call be "Rabito" in Mexico, which means "Little Tail") and here is some info about me: PHYSICAL INFO: Breed: Lab mix Age: 11months Gender: male Weight: 59lbs (27kg) Length (nose to butt): 94cm Height (paws to top of head): 69cm Current Location: MEXICO CITY RESCUE STORY - I was born on the streets of Mexico and was foundseverely malnourished, along with my two sisters (Mimosa and Carla) when we were only one month old. Living on the streets was so scary and we were so happy to have been rescued! You can learn more about my heartbreaking rescue by watching this video. I required extensive vet care after I was rescued. As you can see, I'm quite the little fighter to have survived all I went through! TEMPERAMENT - I am told that I am a lovely, friendly and sweet puppy! I love to get affection from my humans and to play with my siblings. I can be shy and skittish with new people, but love to play once I feel comfortable. I am looking for a patient, loving family who is open to working with timidity, housetraining and leashskills. I promise to repay you with loads of cuddles, kisses and tail wags! As I can be a bit shy, I would do best in a home with another friendly dog playmate to help me build my confidence. ENERGY LEVEL - Medium energy. I can be a bit shy initially, but love to play once I am comfortable! GETS ALONG WITH: Kids Unknown. I am a young and energetic dog, as such, a home without young kids would be best for me. Dogs I get along well with the other puppies atmy foster. Check out my videos to see! I would do best in a home with another friendly dog playmate to help me build my confidence! Cats Unknown PREY DRIVE - Unknown. I'm not too sure how I'll react around cats/squirrels/rabbits etc., so my adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. TRAINING: Leash skills Work in progress. I am still very young andI will need an adopter who is happy to work with me on my leash manners. I currently live in a suburban environment and so don't have much exposure to busy urban settings. A well-fitted harness and some dedicated leash training will help set me up for success! Here I am going for a walk! House training Work in progress. Frequent potty breaks and positive reinforcement will help me learn housetraining in my new home :) Please Note: WCP Dog Rescue partners withUnleashed Dog Training(Hannah Swain, Balanced Dog Trainer) to offer adopters50% offone training session (not including tax and applicable gas surcharges). Any subsequent sessions will be offered at standard rates. WCP alsohighly encouragesadopters to do some research and training on their ownbeforetheir dog arrives. HEALTH NOTES: When I was first rescued, I was severely malnourished and had parasites. My tail had been cut off on the streets. I had wounds and incredibly swollen glands. My chance of survival was low, however my foster family made sure I got all the care I needed. Although my progress was slow, I got stronger and stronger every day and somehow, I survived! I am a healthy boy now, don't worry. I am too young to be neutered still, but I have received all of my puppy vaccinations! I will come to Canada with proof of all my vaccines and test records. I will be tested for Heartworm etc. before flying North. NOTE: It is not uncommon for rescue dogs to require dental work/cleaning after they are adopted. West Coast Paws does not cover the costs of dental work and/or vet visits. These costs are the financial responsibility of the adopter. ADOPTION FEE: My adoption fee is $750.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. ------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please visit wcpdogrescue.com to read about West Coast Paws Dog Rescue and its adoption process. The info included in each WCP bio is provided to us from the international rescuer. WCP does not have in-person access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions, although we ask for video proof of a dog's attributes wherever possible. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person(s) adopting them and the environment in which they live. WCP is unable to guarantee the accuracy of a dogs age and/or breed. These are strictly "best guesses" based on veterinary exams and their educated estimates. ##1771788##
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RINA

Labrador Retriever

Female, 8 yrs 3 mos
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hiya! My name is RINA and here is some info about me: PHYSICAL INFO: Breed: Lab Mix - truly just a total "Mexi Mutt"! Age: approx. 8 years Gender: Female Weight: 54 lbs (24.5 kg)  Height: 63 cm (paws to top of my head) Length: 87 cm (head to butt) Neck circumference: 40 cm Chest circumference: 71 cm Current Location: MEXICO CITY RESCUE STORY - My rescue story is one that is all too common here in Mexico. I was found abandoned on the side of a busy road in Mexico City. My rescuers suspicion is that my "owners" dumped me, however my story before rescue is unknown. That was 5 years ago and I have been at the shelter ever since! Although I am treated very well here, I dream of having a home where I can live out my senior years receiving all the love and cuddles I deserve. Unfortunately, older, larger dogs are often overlooked, which is why I haven't found an adopter in FIVE years! I have my paws crossed that someone will want to adopt a sweetheart like me; I promise you won't regret it! TEMPERAMENT - I am a very calm gal who ain't no early riser (I veryyy much enjoy my sleep hehe). I can be shy when I first meet new people but I warm up fairly quickly once I realize they are worth of my trust. I am a quiet girl who rarely barks! I Live at the shelter with 100+ other doggies and we get along just fine (although I'm not much of a player). I show no resource guarding when fed in a room with all the other dogs. Fun facts about me: I love to sleep with company (human or furry) I enjoy playing with balls My fave treatos are apples, tortillas, and veggies! ENERGY LEVEL - Low - I'm an older gal who is just super happy to chill! I love my walks, don't get me wrong, but after a nice walkie I'm more than down to have a good cuddle and snooze. GETS ALONG WITH: Kids – Unknown.  Dogs –  Yes. At the shelter, I live and get along with all dogs of all sizes.  Cats – Yes! When I was first rescued I stayed in a foster home with a cat and we coexisted nicely. PREY DRIVE - Unknown. I’m not too sure how I’ll react around squirrels/rabbits etc., so my adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. TRAINING: Leash skills – Not too bad! I don't pull much, but I also don't get a ton of practice working on my leash skills. I am generally taken out on walks with another dog (video), so I may need some confidence boosting if you're gonna take me out solo. I will need an adopter who is happy to work with me on my leash manners. A well-fitted harness and some dedicated leash training will help set me up for success! House trained – Work in progress. Frequent potty breaks and positive reinforcement will help me learn housetraining in my new home :) Please Note: WCP Dog Rescue partners with Unleashed Dog Training (Hannah Swain, Balanced Dog Trainer) to offer adopters 50% off one training session (not including tax and applicable gas surcharges). Any subsequent sessions will be offered at standard rates. WCP also highly encourages adopters to do some research and training on their own before their dog arrives.  HEALTH NOTES: I am spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. I will come to Canada with proof of all my vaccines and test records. I will be tested for Heartworm etc. before flying North. NOTE: It is not uncommon for rescue dogs to require dental work/cleaning after they are adopted (especially older pups!). West Coast Paws does not cover the costs of dental work and/or vet visits. These costs are the financial responsibility of the adopter. ADOPTION FEE: My adoption fee is $550.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. ------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please visit wcpdogrescue.com to read about West Coast Paws Dog Rescue and its adoption process. The info included in each WCP bio is provided to us from the international rescuer. WCP does not have in-person access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions, although we ask for video proof of a dog's attributes wherever possible. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person(s) adopting them and the environment in which they live.  WCP is unable to guarantee the accuracy of a dogs age and/or breed. These are strictly "best guesses" based on veterinary exams and their educated estimates. ##1892533##
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CHANEL

Labrador Retriever American Staffordshire Terrier

Female, 10 mos
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hey you!! My name is Chanel (AKA Coco) and here's more about me: PHYSICAL INFO: Breed: Lab/Staffordshire Terrier mix Age: 10 months Gender: Female Weight: 40lbs (18 kg) Current Location: Guadalajara Mexico RESCUE STORY - I had a super tough start to life to put it mildly. Due to my living circumstances, all I knew in my first few weeks and months was hunger and discomfort. This is because, although I had a home and an owner, my owner had developed a bad hoarding habit and had collected 20 cats as well as my mumma Kira and my 3 surviving siblings (of the original 13 that were born). Due to the resulting neglect, my mum and siblings and I were found with a bad case of sarcoptic mange and malnutrition. We were in such a bad state we could barely open our eyes! Finally an earth angel came to rescue us and nursed us all back to health. I am now all better and pretty darn cute if I say so myself!  TEMPERAMENT - I am a sweet girl, who can be a bit shy at first until I get to know you. Once I'm comfortable however I'm sure to steal your heart! I'm very calm and a submissive pooch around the other pups I live with. Some of my bestest toys include balls and teddy bears and I really love food too (which is great news for those interested in training me!). My favourite part of the day is when my foster hooman comes home and we get to cuddle in bed together (can I cuddle in bed with you??). I would love nothing more than to prove to you how loving and loyal my breed can be. ENERGY LEVEL - Moderate GETS ALONG WITH: Kids – Unknown but not recommended for a house with small children just because I am excitable  Dogs – Yep!! I get along just fine with other dogs both big and small Cats – Not recommended as I don't have very good boundaries hehehe PREY DRIVE - Unknown. I’m not too sure how I’ll react around cats/squirrels/rabbits etc. My adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. TRAINING: Leash skills – My rescuers say I am great with my leash skills, however I may need some additional patience and training. House trained – My rescuer says I am doing well with this but I may need some additional training and patience.  Crate trained – My rescuer says this is in progress but I may need some additional training and patience.  Car rides – I do pretty well in the car but still may need some additional training and patience. Please Note: WCP Dog Rescue partners with Unleashed Dog Training (Hannah Swain, Balanced Dog Trainer) to offer adopters 50% off one training session (not including tax and applicable gas surcharges). Any subsequent sessions will be offered at standard rates. WCP also highly encourages adopters to do some research and training on their own before their dog arrives.  HEALTH NOTES: I am spayed and vaccinated. NOTE: dogs from Guadalajara are not microchipped. NOTE: It is not uncommon for rescue dogs to require dental work/cleaning after they are adopted. West Coast Paws does not cover the costs of dental work and/or vet visits. These costs are the financial responsibility of the adopter. ADOPTION FEE: My adoption fee is $750.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. ------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please visit wcpdogrescue.com to read about West Coast Paws Dog Rescue and it's adoption process. The info included in each WCP bio is provided to us from the international rescuer. WCP does not have in-person access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions, although we ask for video proof of a dog's attributes wherever possible. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person(s) adopting them and the environment in which they live.  WCP is unable to guarantee the accuracy of a dogs age and/or breed. These are strictly "best guesses" based on veterinary exams and their educated estimates.  ##1811759##
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MIMOSA

Labrador Retriever

Female, 11 mos
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
Hiya! My name is MIMOSA and here is some info about me: PHYSICAL INFO: Breed: Lab mix Age: Approx. 11 months Gender: Female Weight: 51 lbs (23 kg) I may grow a bit more! Length (nose to butt): 82 cm Height (paws to top of head): 55 cm Current Location: Mexico City RESCUE STORY - My siblings and I were rescued off the streets of Mexico around one month old, my Rescuer thinks we were born there! What scary place for us wee pups! We were found with severe malnutrition and anemia, in pretty sad shape. You can learn more about my heartbreaking rescue by watching this video. I’m so thankful we were rescued and transported to the doggy shelter, where we’re now safe and in tip-top shape! TEMPERAMENT - Like most puppies, I have lots of energy and just LOVE to play especially with my siblings (Carla and Robbie)! I adore affection from hoomans and can’t wait for all the belly rubs and snuggles from a family of my very own! I am looking for a patient, loving family who is ready for “all things puppy”! Hoomans who are open to working with timidity, potential play nipping, high energy, house training and leash skills. I promise to repay you with loads of cuddles, kisses (of course!), and tail wags! ENERGY LEVEL - Medium/High - I'm still a puppy and have the energy and curiosity that comes with a pup! Being the silly girl that I am, I've been known to rip up cloth rope toys and sometimes blankets, my adopter will need to be patient with me when adding more structure into my day-to-day life! While I love to play with my fellow pups and hoomans, I also looove to cuddle, show and receive affection (check out this video). I'm looking for a forever family, to play with and love on, of my very own!  GETS ALONG WITH: Kids – Yes, I do well playing with kiddos. Here's a video of me greeting a child.  Dogs –  Yes, I love my puppy family! Check us out in this video! And here's a video of me being a good girl around both hoomans and doggos! Cats – Unknown. No exposure to cats just yet! PREY DRIVE - Unknown. I’m not too sure how I’ll react around squirrels/rabbits etc., so my adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviours, should they arise. TRAINING: Leash skills – Work in progress. I don’t have much experience walking on a leash just yet, but I'm learning! I will need an adopter who is happy to work with me on my leash manners. A well-fitted harness and some dedicated leash training will help set me up for success! Check out video and video 2 to see how I'm doing so far! House trained – Work in progress. Frequent potty breaks and positive reinforcement will help me learn housetraining in my new home :) Please Note: WCP Dog Rescue partners with Unleashed Dog Training (Hannah Swain, Balanced Dog Trainer) to offer adopters 50% off one training session (not including tax and applicable gas surcharges). Any subsequent sessions will be offered at standard rates. WCP also highly encourages adopters to do some research and training on their own before their dog arrives.  HEALTH NOTES: I am not spayed yet, as I am too young still. I have received all of my puppy shots though! I will come to Canada with proof of all my vaccine and test records. I will be tested for Heartworm etc. before flying North. NOTE: It is not uncommon for rescue dogs to require dental work/cleaning after they are adopted. West Coast Paws does not cover the costs of dental work and/or vet visits. These costs are the financial responsibility of the adopter. ADOPTION FEE: My adoption fee is $750.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. ------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: Please visit wcpdogrescue.com to read about West Coast Paws Dog Rescue and its adoption process. The info included in each WCP bio is provided to us from the international rescuer. WCP does not have in-person access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions, although we ask for video proof of a dog's attributes wherever possible. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person(s) adopting them and the environment in which they live.  WCP is unable to guarantee the accuracy of a dogs age and/or breed. These are strictly "best guesses" based on veterinary exams and their educated estimates.  ##1773373##
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London (Winona) - LOCAL

Labrador Retriever

Female, Adult
Langley, BC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet London formerly Winona! This sweet Labrador Retriever mix is 4½ years old and fully grown at approx 30 lbs. London arrived to BC on February 19th and is being fostered in Surrey. She is available to meet (with no obligation) with an accepted adoption application.  London’s story is one of true resilience. Despite her hardships, her unwavering positivity and joy for life is incredible. London’s journey began on the streets of Mexico, a homeless pup trying to survive on her own. She ended up at a facility with more than 100 other dogs - a terribly crowded, unsanitary, dangerous hoarding situation. All the dogs, including London, were severely neglected. London was dangerously underweight and malnourished, basically skin & bones. With the dogs left to their own devices, their interactions weren’t being monitored and the aggressive/reactive dogs weren’t separated from the others. Winona, a gentle girl without a mean bone in her body, was attacked by a group of aggressive dogs. Her front left leg was critically injured and infected.  Our amazing rescue partners in Guadalajara intervened when they became aware of the hoarding situation. London was taken to the vet but despite their best efforts, her front leg couldn’t be saved. The damage was too extensive. She had amputation surgery in May of last year. London is now 100% recovered, healthy and happy as can be. Despite everything, she has endless love for people and her faith in humankind hasn’t wavered. She is great with adults and kids alike.  London is also great with other dogs. Before coming to BC, she stayed at a reputable rescue shelter with many canine friends. Now, here in Surrey with her foster, she lives with 4 other dogs and settled in quickly with the pack. She doesn’t even realize that she’s different from the other doggies - she walks, runs, and plays with the best of them! London is sooooo ready for her second chance at happiness with a family of her own. She is looking forward to meeting you in person!   UPDATE FROM LONDON'S FOSTER MOM: London has such a joy for life and is unbelievably adorable. Don't let a missing limb be the reason you miss out receiving her love.   If you have questions about tripods, let us know. One of our own rescue dogs is also a tripod. We can answer all your questions or concerns. London is super friendly and no one is a stranger to her! If you glance her way, she knows you're coming over to give her a tummy rub.  She loves men, women, children, dogs and she'll love you. Winona is currently lives with our own four dogs. They frolic in the back yard and chase each other up and down the hallway. Our home is all wood flooring, but with a couple of carpet runners thrown down, she has no issues running amuck! She is able to jump up on the couch or bed by herself. She can handle the deck stairs with ease. If you need to transport her up or down longer flights of stairs, she tucks right under your arm and off she goes. No wiggling!  Since she is missing a front leg, she will lean on you for support and is comfortable standing on her back legs longer than you would expect from most dogs. She goes for regular walks and is working on increasing her distance. London has only recently started living in a house and is learning the routines of the home setting. Housetraining is going well. She is not afraid of the vacuum or loud noises. She loves looking at herself in the mirror or sliding door. It's priceless! She is vocal but mainly just barks at her own reflection which is reallt exciting to her! She can be left home alone without issue.  London is so trainable, she responds eagerly to verbal cues we give her. She will have no problem picking up obedience training. We did notice that she has an underbite with some teeth missing in the front and one bottom tooth points outward. It's not clear what caused this but it appears to be the result of physical trauma, likely physical abuse. Having said that, she eats kibbles without any difficulty. We will be donating all vet costs for a full dental checkup, correcting her jaw, extracting the flat tooth and dental cleaning.    **Since London is a tripod, let’s tackle some of the main questions that come up with tripod doggies …. 1. Will my dog be able to walk comfortably? ANSWER: It’s remarkable how quickly dogs adapt to walking on 3 legs. Most dogs are just as mobile & active as they were before amputation. They find their new center of balance and run & play just like 4-legged dogs. Often times (as in London’s case), the affected leg was already injured/non-functional before surgery so the dog had already adapted to walking on 3 legs. Tripod doggies can and do live happy, healthy lives. 2. Will my dog be in pain? ANSWER: We can’t directly ask our pooch about pain. However, veterinary literature tells us that amputees don’t exhibit signs of long-term pain/discomfort. The injured limb was painful for the dog for a long time, whereas post-surgery the pain of that trauma is gone. Literature shows that quality life is much improved compared to living with the trauma, especially given how quickly dogs adapt. 3. Can my dog do stairs? ANSWER: Yes! However, carpeted stairs are recommended for traction to prevent risk of slips & falls. Be mindful with slippery, slick flooring in general (e.g., hardwood or laminate). Carpets, non-slip rugs and even non-slip booties/socks are safer and easier for tripods. 4. Are there special considerations in caring for a tripod dog? Yes! There are a number of awesome tips & recommendations from veterinary experts. Maintain a healthy weight for your dog. Excess pounds & obesity are hard on the joints and put extra pressure on the dog’s remaining limbs. Add daily joint supplements such as glucosamine, chondroitin and fish oils to your dog’s diet. This helps the remaining limbs stay strong and healthy. Regular exercise is necessary for all dogs. With tripods, you can certainly let them walk, romp, and play! Just keep an eye on their body language for signs of over-exertion. Your dog will let you know if exercise becomes too strenuous. Hikes are not recommended. For walks, use an adjustable harness because it provides extra support (compared to clipping the leash onto their collar). With a front leg amputation, don’t choose a harness that requires both front legs to keep the harness in place.  Jumping up onto raised surfaces (couch, car, bed) is fairly easy for a tripod dog. But jumping back down is trickier with only one front leg to catch their weight. If possible, help your dog down from raised surfaces. A harness with a handle on the back is a great tool for this. Keep your dog’s nails short. This makes them more comfortable when walking and helps prevent slipping. A comfy orthopaedic doggie bed is a great idea to prevent discomfort at pressure points.  And of course, give lots and lots of love.   ##1916158##

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Labrador Retriever basics

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Where do Labrador Retrievers come from? How many types of Labrador Retrievers are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Labrador Retriever.

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