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PauPau

Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Milton, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
*looking for a low key household* Dog Name: Pau Pau Breed: Lab Mix Sex: Male Age: 8ish Weight: 60 Medical needs: Pau Pau is a distemper survivor. The disease can cause some long-term effect like scarring of the lungs. Due to this, his breathing sounds a little rough but he doesn't require medication. Will be be running any marathons? No! But he is content with short walks. Pau also used to weigh 114 pounds and his previous foster worked hard to get him to a healthier weight, so it's important that his adopter doesn't overfeed him. The thing about Pau is that he has a bottomless stomach and a nose for culinary delights, so you will have to put your foot down and offer him healthy snacks. Housebroken: Yes Crate trained: Yes. However, Pau can be crate/barrier reactive with new people, especially men. Good in the car: Yes Good on a leash: Ok, some light pulling Energy level: Medium Need a fenced in yard: No Dog Friendly: Yes, currently fostered with 3 other dogs and gets along with all of them If yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive homes? No Cat Friendly? Unknown Kid Friendly: yes, he was previously fostered with young kids and is currently fostered with two teenagers. If yes, what's the youngest child you'd recommend they be placed with? Due to potential reactivity (and since Ive never personally observed him around younger kids) I would recommend teens Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them? Pau knows sit, down and is currently working on the place command. He’s the perfect example that you CAN teach an old dog new tricks and eager to learn if it involves treats. Speaking of treats…. Pau Pau came to us from Texas where he was found as a stray weighing a whooping 114 pounds After a 1.5 year diet he is now down to 60ish pounds. That being said, he acts like a 4-legged vacuum cleaner and will try to snatch food if you're not careful. We’re looking for an experienced owner since Pau can be reactive when meeting new people. Meets are best done outside with some tasty treats. Once he warmed up to you, his tail never stops wagging. Literally NEVER. Fosters Location: Delmar, MD Application can be found here: https://www.grrde.org/adoption-application Adoption Application | GRASS ROOTS RESCUE www.grrde.org (if you already have an approved application on file email GrassRootsDE@gmail.com and ask the app team to pull your app ##1959787##
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Goldie

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 2 yrs 3 mos
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
ABOUT GOLDIE As her name would suggest, this lady has a heart of gold! Our sweet Goldie girl is a 2 year old yellow lab mix with a typical goofball lab personality! Goldie came to HAP from a high-intake shelter partner when they no longer had space for her. Despite being in the shelter, nothing could take the smile off her face! Goldie is a complete and total mush with people, frequently tossing her back end into you for booty scratches. While she may love people, there's one thing she loves even more...toys! Whether she's playing with you or tossing a bone for herself, this girl loves toys! She has the most dramatic play bows and the fanciest of prances we've seen. When she's feeling extra excited, she will talk back to you and serve up some (hilarious) sass! If you are interested in adopting this dog, please submit an adoption questionnaire! Our adoption process is on a first-come, best-match basis and we are not able to hold animals. If you are interested in this specific dog but it ends up not being the best fit upon meeting, our adoption counselors will work with you to help find a match! All household members, including children and other dogs, must come along for the meeting to make sure it's a good fit. If a match is made, we encourage same-day adoptions! Our adoption fees include the animals' spay/neuter, microchip, age-appropriate vaccinations and preventatives, fecal testing, heartworm testing, and a small bag of food to get you started.
We'll also keep you updated on Benny's adoption status with email updates.
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Benny

Labrador Retriever Labrador Retriever

Male, 5 yrs 6 mos
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
ABOUT BENNY Benny is about 5 years old and seeking a calm home to relax in. Benny came to HAP when his owner was moving and unable to take him. His first few days, he did not eat, would not go outside, and was completely shut down. For nearly a month, he would not allow any handling, cowering in the back of his kennel. Thankfully, his kennel was located directly next to a fenced field, so he was able to go outside during the day to enjoy some extra space. He has truly come so far since then! Benny has warmed up to a majority of our staff, often seen throwing his back end into us for butt scratches. He also LOVES tennis balls and playing fetch! ****Benny has lived with multiple dogs previously. He would do best in a home without children or children that are familiar with the behavior of severely under socialized animals If you are interested in adopting this dog, please submit an adoption questionnaire! Our adoption process is on a first-come, best-match basis and we are not able to hold animals. If you are interested in this specific dog but it ends up not being the best fit upon meeting, our adoption counselors will work with you to help find a match! All household members, including children and other dogs, must come along for the meeting to make sure it's a good fit. If a match is made, we encourage same-day adoptions! Our adoption fees include the animals' spay/neuter, microchip, age-appropriate vaccinations and preventatives, fecal testing, heartworm testing, and a small bag of food to get you started.
We'll also keep you updated on Sunny's adoption status with email updates.
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Sunny

Labrador Retriever

Female, 1 yr 1 mo
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
1 year old Sunny came to us from a high-intake shelter and is such a sweet girl, who simply loves affection and attention! She definitely has the lab smarts and is ready to learn - it doesn't hurt that she's very treat motivated too! She still has puppy energy and gets very excited when she's getting ready for her for a walk, but she calms down pretty quickly. She can be a little too rambunctious for other dogs, but we believe with a little dedication to training, she'll be a super star pup! If you are interested in adopting this dog, please submit an adoption questionnaire! Our adoption process is on a first-come, best-match basis and we are not able to hold animals. If you are interested in this specific dog but it ends up not being the best fit upon meeting, our adoption counselors will work with you to help find a match! All household members, including children and other dogs, must come along for the meeting to make sure it's a good fit. If a match is made, we encourage same-day adoptions! Our adoption fees include the animals' spay/neuter, microchip, age-appropriate vaccinations and preventatives, fecal testing, heartworm testing, and a small bag of food to get you started.
We'll also keep you updated on Jax's adoption status with email updates.
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Jax

Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Young
Milton, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Dog Name: JaxBreed: American Bulldog Sex: M Age: 4Weight: 79lbsMedical Needs: NoneHousebroken: yes Crate trained: yesGood in the car: yes Good on a leash: yes  Energy level: medium Need a fenced in yard: Not really, Jax stays close to home Dog Friendly: YesIf yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive homes? no, he is the best dog everCat Friendly? UnsureKid Friendly: Very, Gentle and Kind in all aspects  If yes, what's the youngest child you'd recommend they be placed with? I’ve had him with toddlers with no issue.Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them? Jax is a lover, kind, gentle, loves people, loves cuddles loves lounging and is very sweet. Fosters Location:Application can be found here: https://www.grrde.org/adoption-application (if you already have an approved application on file email GrassRootsDE@gmail.com and ask the app team to pull your app ##1784486##
We'll also keep you updated on McLaren's adoption status with email updates.
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McLaren

Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Milton, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Dog Name: McLaren Breed: Retriever Mix Sex: Male Age: 2 years Weight: 41 lbs Medical Needs: Just completed heartworm treatment and will need follow up appointment in sixth months with Avenue Veterinarian Clinic in Milford, DE. This appointment will be covered by Grass Roots so long as adopters continue his monthly preventatives. McLaren also has hip dysplasia and some arthritis, which is managed by medication; he will need to continue this medication for life. Additionally, McLaren takes a joint supplement daily. Housebroken: Yes, occasionally will have an accident as he is extremely hesitant to go outside in bad weather, which is probably due to his injuries. Crate trained: Yes, McLaren’s crate is his safe place, his crate is in his foster’s living room, and he loves watching everyone. He sleeps in his crate and naps throughout the day. He rarely whines or barks, and when he does, a kitten is usually involved! He will also remind everyone when it's dinner time, just in case we should forget! Good in the car: McLaren was either hit by a car, or thrown from a car, but is now doing very well with riding. He may need help getting in due to his hip dysplasia, and arthritis, but once in, he will lay right down and take a little nap. He has barked at strangers at the gas station, but hey, at least no one will dare try to make off with your car with him there to defend it! Good on a leash: Yes, however, traffic makes him extremely anxious, so walking around in the yard or in a quiet area is preferred. He is slowly getting more comfortable walking along our back road in the grass, but at times still gets anxious. Energy level: McLaren has moments of zoomies, but due to his injuries, we avoid any strenuous activities. He doesn’t enjoy the rain and can be extremely hesitant to go outside if the weather is bad. Need a fenced in yard: Not necessary, but when the sun is shining, McLaren does enjoy going out in our fenced in yard to get lots of sniffing in. Dog Friendly: Yes, McLaren currently lives with 9 other dogs in his foster home ranging in age and breed/size. He does best with our older dogs who are less active. If yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive home? It is not necessary for him to have another dog in his new home. Cat Friendly? Yes, however, our kitten loves climbing all over his crate late at night so we cover his crate so he can get some rest. Kid Friendly: McLaren has not been exposed to any children, however, older teens who understand McLaren’s needs and anxiety would be best. If yes, what's the youngest child you'd recommend they be placed with? 12 and up for his comfort. Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them? McLaren has stranger danger and needs slow, gentle introductions to new people - typically with ham or some other high-reward treat involved. Once he warms up, he is very sweet, gentle, and kind. His medical issues aside, he's a very happy boy who is looking for a family that likes tv/movie time over strenuous activities. He likes nothing better than just laying down with his foster family and getting scratches and love. Don't let those sad eyes deter you - McLaren is a handsome, young dog who truly loves his people. You'll get to see the side of him others might not, and it may take a bit of work and patience to get there, it'll all be worth it in the end. Coming to Delaware from Waco, Texas was his second chance, and he's been thrilled to make the most of it so far. With his gorgeous reddish fur and those sweet golden eyes, he'll win hearts quickly. Hopefully some of those hearts belong to the people who will give this stellar guy the life he never knew was possible. Fosters Location: Harrington, DE Application can be found here: https://www.grrde.org/adoption-application (if you already have an approved application on file email GrassRootsDE@gmail.com and ask the app team to pull your app) ##1966504##

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Milton, DE 19971

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18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Humane Animal Partners - Rehoboth

18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Humane Animal Partners - Rehoboth

18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Humane Animal Partners - Rehoboth

18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Humane Animal Partners - Rehoboth

18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Humane Animal Partners - Rehoboth

18675 Coastal Highway, Suite 8, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

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Milton, DE 19971

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Milton, DE 19971

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