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Labrador Retriever puppies and dogs in Estes Park, Colorado

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LUNA

Labrador Retriever

Female, 4 yrs
Loveland, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I am Luna. I am a sweet, loving and gentle pup looking for a home. I like to play fetch, play with toys and explore. I can be fearful of new places and people so I need a home without young children so I can warm up quickly. I get along with some but not all dogs and I do not like to share my stuff so I need to be your only pup. I would love to have a chance to be a part of your family and become the great dog I know I can be.
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COMET

Labrador Retriever German Shepherd Dog

Male, 3 yrs
Loveland, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I am Comet. I am a sweet and loving pup looking for a home. I like to explore, cuddle and chew on bones. I would love to meet you.
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FridaNsimba

Labrador Retriever

Female, Adult
Johnstown, CO
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
I have 2 labs that I've had since they were born, Frida 6yo demale and Simba 5 yo male. We moved to colorado for better medical assistance for my disabled son, we have 3 kids and live in an Rv, unfortunately we haven't been able to buy a house,due to these crazy rates, were the dogs can have their space and backyard to run, I cant have them outside at this rv park and we dont have the time to walk them woth me working out of town and my wife taking care of 3 kids. All i ask is someone that cares for them and if possible to keep them together
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Kammie

Labrador Retriever Labrador Retriever

Female, 12 yrs 4 mos
Fort Collins, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This pups adoption fee has been partially sponsored by All Aboard or an All Aboard partner! The new adoption fee is reflected on the profile. ADOPTION FEE: $75 Kammie is a shy older gal looking for a very special home. Kammie was found as a stray in Texas with her 3 babies. All of Kammie's pups but one did not survive the conditions they were in prior to arriving at the shelter. Poor Kammie had most likely been roaming the streets her whole life, and had more than a few litters of pups throughout her life. Once Kammie arrived to AAAR she was placed with an experienced foster. Because she had had so much trauma, this girl was timid and determined to run to the streets as the only home she knew. When the fosters where gone Kammie had bust through the door, and fence to escape. This was in February of 2020 so the weather was very snowy and frigid. The nights in the single digits, Kammie was determined to find somewhere familiar. Our team was tracking Kammie right away, the whole community got involved. Kammie was a pro at being a stray, and knew exactly how to stay clear of people, and avoided being caught. We spent 9 days tracking, trying to trap her, and talking to professionals. Kammie was in our sight always, which was very frustrating, and caused us sleepless nights. Finally, on 2/7/20 Madison got a call that Kammie was hiding, freezing under someone's deck. This called for a plan that had to be executed very carefully, or Kammie would be on the run once again. Madison and her dad, Shawn showed up with a rabies pole, blankets, and Kammie's puppy to try and show her we meant well. It took 15 people to barricade the deck with blankets, while Shawn crawled under the deck and slipped the lead over Kammie's neck. Once he pulled Kammie out from under the deck, Madison put another lead on her to secure. Everyone took a deep breath, after 9 LONG days and the whole community's involvement, Kammie was finally safeand warm. Madison and Shawn took Kammie to the Animal Hospital of Colorado where she could get checked out. She was a bag of bones, her paw pads bloody raw, and her nose frost bitten. Madison wasn't going to let Kammie out of her reach. From her foster, Madison (rescue director): Fostering Kammie has been baby steps of process, but she has made major improvement over the years! This sweet girl took 3 months to even come out of her kennel by herself. She would hide as far back in her kennel as possible, and had to be dragged out with much effort to come out of her "den". Kammie was always on guard, keeping eyes on you at all times, walking slowly and close to the ground. She was never aggressive, just has never learned how to be a dog. She spent her years wandering the streets of Texas, protecting her babies, and fighting for her life. Kammie started to bond with me over cleaning her ears, brushing, and giving her chicken. This was a slow process and seemed to be one step forward, two steps back for over a year. I would celebrate over little accomplishments like "she wagged her tail briefly when I opened the door!!" She is very specific about where I am standing, looking, and what I am doing. She was quick to run back into her "safe place" - her kennel. One day I brought home a very insecure foster dog named Tank. He was a shy, nervous ball of anxiety and was also unsure of how to be a dog. He was very fearful of other dogs and would scream if they even sniffed him. I noticed Kammie was a little interested in Tank and he didn't seem to look at her in fear. I decided to open Tank's kennel to see if he and Kammie would want to sniff noses. Tank beamed out of his kennel right into Kammie's kennel. Kammie ran into her kennel as well, unsure of what was going on. Tank would then run in and out of the kennel, forcing Kammie to be his friend. It wasn't long before they were running around the yard together, learning how to be a dog and have fun! This was like night and day for the both of them. Tank eventually got adopted. Kammie decided she was Queen of the house, and welcomed new fosters kind of like a mother figure. She is still shy, specific, and not fond of new people. But she has come a LONG way! She finally will play, and has fun. She doesn't have to watch her every move and live in fear. She is now safe and she knows it. I am in no rush to find Kammie a home, as she is a wonderful house guest. She has taught me a lot in her growth. Patience is key! If the right owner comes along, I will be so grateful for Kammie to find a home where it is all about her!
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Oprah

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, 2 yrs 7 mos
Fort Collins, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Oprah is the happiest and most wiggly pup there is!! She is GREAT in her crate, super gentle, snuggly, has fantastic recall with commands like sit, stay, shake, and lay down. She seriously is the sweetest girl who adores every human she meets. Oprah isn't always a fan of other dogs and needs to be in a home with no other pets. She has her whole heart to give and is looking to be someone's soul dog! From her AWESOME Doggy Day Outing Handle: "meet sweet Oprah! this lovely lady is the happiest dog you ever did see!! she loves meeting new people and gets her little butt wiggles just to show how excited she is! oprah loves being outdoors exploring, and LOVES to watch squirrels. she is also very well behaved inside and curls up on the couch next to you chewing a toy, or sits in the kitchen watching you cook. she loves treats too and can sit and shake! this beautiful girl would bring love and joy into any household and would make you as happy as you make her!" Playgroup: https://youtube.com/shorts/ht-yuRwHLNs?feature=share Playgroup: https://youtube.com/shorts/lxKFx5UerMI?feature=share Playgroup: https://youtu.be/7zftLABWOpY Catching a treat - https://youtube.com/shorts/jVJGgLNctNk cat test! https://youtu.be/SAqX8U0DAkg Oprah also met a goat and a pig! https://youtube.com/shorts/FBVetJzYNmA?feature=share ADOPTION FEE: $75 (Oprah's adoption fee has been partially sponsored and is now only $75!) Interested in this pup? The first step is to fill out the adoption application on our website!! aaanimalrescue.org Check out our Instagram and/or Facebook page for info on where we will be hosting adoptions this weekend! We also host adoption events almost every Saturday at our clinic, 1721 W Harmony unit 102 Fort Collins Co 80526 10am-1pm! Thousands of dogs and puppies are sitting in overcrowded, loud shelters. AAAR is giving our best efforts to rescue as many dogs/pups that are otherwise left to die or live their lives at a shelter alone. We need the community's help!! Please consider fostering, volunteering, adopting, donating, and spreading awareness! Most of these dogs and pups have never experienced love from humans before being brought to shelters. Consider falling in love with a rescue dog, and showing them what life is about! Please email us at allaboardanimalrescue@gmail.com
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Waldo

Labrador Retriever American Staffordshire Terrier

Male, 2 yrs 7 mos
Fort Collins, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This pup's adoption fee has been partially sponsored by All Aboard or an All Aboard partner! The new adoption fee is reflected on the profile. Waldo is a special boy who needs a home with a fenced in yard (no apartments). Waldo has officially finished his 21 day board and train and is so excited to show off his new tricks to potential adopters. He is a high energy guy who would love a job to keep his brain busy :) He is a great dog! Introducing Waldo, the spirited lab seeking a special someone! Rescued many days ago, Waldo's journey includes overcoming some challenges, including leash reactivity and few quirks that he needs worked with. Rescued and fostered with boundless love, Waldo's journey has seen him getting into a few sticky situations, which only highlight his need for guidance and understanding. However, with the right patient and dedicated owner willing to invest in his training and socialization, Waldo promises to be a loyal companion. His goofy charm, intelligence, and love for people make him a loving companion for the right person. Are you ready to give Waldo the understanding and commitment he deserves? Waldo is a goofy lab mix! He is an amazing learner, but get overstimulated when other dogs are around. He can be a bit hyper but wears down with fetch. He has honestly been doing do great in foster care! However he is very used to a routine and would benefit from more socialization. He has wonderful potential and we believe will be the perfect fit for someone who can recognize his puppy nature and help him work through it. He gets along well with dogs, but seems to mimic their behavior. He does do good with dogs, and I think he would benefit from having a dog friend to play with. Just with the right introduction, he also needs more socialization to be the best boy he can be! Past shelter staff notes: This boy is so sweet! He is very gentle, and was so great at making the other dogs feel comfortable! He loves to get pets, and does really well on leash! He's SO sweet and silly and is an all around happy boy! His silly facial expressions when he plays are sure to win you over! Playgroup - https://youtu.be/UTQZ5h4FmZM Playgroup: https://youtu.be/QDX0yL7prrk Playgroup: https://youtube.com/shorts/5GaF_2Srw1w?feature=share Playgroup: https://youtube.com/shorts/LOndYyudsBU?feature=share Playgroup: https://youtu.be/lIIyFBlPdPQ From his foster: Waldo is a goofball, he really just needs someone to give him the attention he deserves. He is a very loyal, adventurous, and smart boy. Treats and toys are the way to his heart, he will do anything for a cookie or stuffed toy. He is very good with routine, and likes to know what is happening next. He really is just a giant puppy that needs to be given a chance! He is house and kennel trained. He knows sit, shake and lay down! ADOPTION FEE: $75 We are a foster-based rescue and generally do not have pups available to meet at our office except during adoption events on Saturdays. Not all dogs attend every adoption event. Interested in this pup? The first step is to complete our online application by clicking the "Apply for Adoption" button. Please note that we are only able to finalize adoptions at events for approved adopters. The earlier you apply, the better as it takes time to review and approve applications. We host adoption events almost every Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm at our rescue office (1721 W Harmony, unit 102, Fort Collins, Co 80526)! Check our Instagram and/or Facebook page for info on where we will be hosting adoptions this weekend! All Aboard Animal Rescue saves dogs and puppies from high-kill shelters in other states. These pups are brought to Colorado, where they are required to be spayed or neutered - breaking the cycle of unwanted litters of puppies who end up as strays! Please consider supporting us in this mission by adopting, fostering, volunteering, or donating.

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Labrador Retriever shelters & rescues in Estes Park, Colorado

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NOCO Humane

3501 E 71st Street, Loveland, CO 80538

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22.6 miles

NOCO Humane

3501 E 71st Street, Loveland, CO 80538

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24.5 miles

All Aboard Animal Rescue

Fort Collins, CO 80526

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Fort Collins, CO 80526

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Fort Collins, CO 80526

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Fort Collins, CO 80526

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24.5 miles

All Aboard Animal Rescue

Fort Collins, CO 80526

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24.5 miles

All Aboard Animal Rescue

Fort Collins, CO 80526

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24.5 miles

All Aboard Animal Rescue

Fort Collins, CO 80526

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24.5 miles

All Aboard Animal Rescue

Fort Collins, CO 80526

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