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Labrador Retriever puppies and dogs in Morton, Illinois

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Kipper

Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Peoria, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
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Kipper is he literal dream dog. To anyone reading this, this is hands down the best behaved most wonderful dog that ever has been a Labrador. AKC Purebred English lab, VERY docile and quiet, does not bark, is an old man at heart even though he's only one! My husband has developed bad athsma for the first time after we got Kipper and while it guts us to make this decision, his health has to come first. We always have had cats so had no idea that a dog would cause this level of breathing concern for him. He loves to eat grass and sticks, VERY food motivated & SO smart! We have kept up well on his training, he's been to class but barely needed it and was top of the class. Anyone who owns Kipper needs to know the are getting an angel dog. He was raised by a breeder/trainer so he has an incredible heel, auto sit, down stay until released, kennel, will wait to eat until allowed, will wait at doors until allowed out. The best dog EVER.
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Links

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Young
Pekin, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Links is a long-term shelter dog. LIfe in an adoptive home with be a long-term journey. Here's what a new life with Links would look like:The first 3 monthsBonding with her new owner without introducing her to any outside influences or visitors to your home. If someone is coming over in that first 90 days, put her in a crate shut in a room. The focus will be on helping her feel trusted and secure with you. No visits to stores, dog parks, etc. 3-6 months+If you have visitors, put her on a leash and instruct them to ignore her under all circumstances. Do not let them approach her, make eye contact or talk to her. Hold the leash firmly, calm her down by using treats and instructing with basic commands no "it's o.k. Links or any other talk that will feed into her insecure behavior." Once she is calm and in a sitting position, have the visitor toss her treats but ignore her. Focus on confidence building and positive introductions without making her feel unsafe. Once she is relaxed, put her in her kennel so you don't overstress or overstimulate her. 6 months +Once she starts to become relaxed with people coming into your home with low stress contact, allow her to approach people at her comfort level but instruct them not to reach out to her to pet her or invade her space without making her feel uncomfortable. At this point, it's about Links taking life and getting to know people at her comfort level without pushing her limits. Seriously...give this girl a few minutes to warm up and she'll blossom. She recently went to a group activity and initially, she only felt comfortable with her handler and would shy away from others and look to her handler for comfort and protection and if strangers pushed her past her comfort level too fast, she would growl in fear. After a short time, she was interacting with everyone in the group and even nudged some for more attention. The second time she went to meet the group, she was rolling on her back, playing with toys in a relaxed state. They actually called her the bell of the ball! We are working hard to socialize her and build her confidence but that will only truly come from being in a settled home with a familiar family that is committed to her. She is dog friendly and would do best in the home with another dog that can help build her confidence. The family that gives Links the time to adjust and become comfortable will truly be rewarded with a happy and loving companion for life!
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Rend Lake

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Pekin, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Rend Lake is a shy but sweet boy that was found dumped at Rend Lake. We are still getting to know him but so far, he receives an all around good boy award! Leash Manners: acts scared and wants to pull to a door, a dog, or his kennel Basic Commands: seems to know sit Cat introduction in a controlled environment: afraid Good with dogs? Eligible for dog intros, he perks up around other dogs Special Notes : He is still very nervous her so this description may not be accurate after he has decompressed a bit more. Adoption Fee: $ 100Estimated Date of Birth: UnknownIntake Reason: Was transferred in from another shelter. Was dumped at Rend LakeAnimal will be spayed and up to date on vaccines, and microchipped prior to adoption. If their kennel card on display at TAPS shelter facility is marked as unaltered, the animal will be altered prior to being released for adoption. Animal stage may change from time to time based on surgery and medical status. TAPS strives to keep kennel cards as up to date as possible with current information but from time to time, information may change and a new kennel card may be pending. Full and current vaccination schedule and medical records along with any behavioral disclosures will be provided at time of adoption.
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PETROL

Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr
Peoria, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Finn

Labrador Retriever

Male, 6 yrs 1 mo
Hanna City, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Maxx

Labrador Retriever

Male, 6 mos
Hanna City, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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T.A.P.S. No-Kill Animal Shelter

100 TAPS Lane, Pekin, IL 61554

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T.A.P.S. No-Kill Animal Shelter

100 TAPS Lane, Pekin, IL 61554

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10 miles

Peoria County Animal Protection Services

2600 NE Perry Avenue, Peoria, IL 61603

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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17.9 miles

SAMS Stray Animal Midway Shelter

328 S Pinkerton Rd, Hanna City, IL 61536

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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17.9 miles

SAMS Stray Animal Midway Shelter

328 S Pinkerton Rd, Hanna City, IL 61536

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25.9 miles

Pet Central Helps

360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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Pet Central Helps

360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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25.9 miles

Pet Central Helps

360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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25.9 miles

Pet Central Helps

360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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25.9 miles

Pet Central Helps

360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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