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ROCKAFELLA

Labrador Retriever

Male, 11 yrs 11 mos
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Foster notes, 12/5/23:Rockafella is a good boy. He is a senior guy who has done well to meet and continue to greet the neighborhood children. He is anxious around unknown people and pets. So far, I have been unable to do much about his dislike of cats. It seems to be one of the only things that set him off. He takes 2 walks per day (am and pm), and gets to go out off leash in the back yard as often as he asks. He is arthritic in his joints and cannot jump, so he doesn`t get on the house furniture because of this. I have a ramp for him to get in the car. He doesn`t seem to mind riding in the car. He does get anxious about first time adventures. He does not know how to play with toys, but he will sit for a long time for a good petting. He is a smart dog and a fast learner at most times (except for cats). No house training was required for Rockafella! He knows `come` and will ask to go out. I find his behaviors easy to read when he needs or wants something. He is a quiet dog and barks only at cats, alerts me that he wants to come in, and at unknown strangers and reactive dogs on our walks. He has learned to ignore and walk past yappy dogs in our neighborhood. He does not pull on leash and is mostly a loose leash walker (slow to medium pace). I`ve had no problems leaving him at home alone for up to 4 hours. He likes to go out as soon as I get home. The only time he has gotten into things - he was hungry and was rooting for food. And that was only the first week I had him. Can`t leave bagged dogfood on the floor where he can get to it! He sleeps all through the night.He is developing cataracts. He can see but not clearly at a distance . He will stand and stare at something. If it moves he may lunge after it. If it doesn`t move, he will move on. This can be funny when he stares at a bag or toy, only to discover it isn`t a cat he`s looking at. He also will miss verbal commands, so his hearing may not be 100%. He doesn`t react to thunder or fireworks. His nose works fine! Rockafella would be a wonderful untrained service dog for a vet or older adult. He loves to be around me and will just either sit facing me (he wants something) or sit with his back to me(wants to be petted). Otherwise, he is sleeping. He doesn`t like to be outside for long periods.
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TWINKIE

Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr 11 mos
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Twinkie says, `When the mercury rises, I just let my tongue hang out. I also race around the play yard so I can feel the breeze on my face. But then I get too hot and have to go back inside to cool down in the AC.` Twinkie, you are such a nut! This good looking young boy came to us as a stray. He would like to become your sweet amigo, cohort, pal, and 100% best sidekick in life.
We'll also keep you updated on DIXIE's adoption status with email updates.
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DIXIE

Labrador Retriever

Female, 3 yrs 7 mos
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
New Foster Notes; 6/14/24:Dixie is house trained. She can go from 9pm-7am. She goes to her bed when I leave and stays there until I return. She walks good on a leash. She plays in the house and outside in the back yard. She knows her boundaries. I stay outside with her. She knows what I want her to do. I say go to bed and she goes. Sit down, and let`s eat and many more but not heel, sit up, we are working on give paw. She would do great in any type of homes after she feels comfortable around the person. She is very protective of me, so whoever gains her trust will be protected.She:-Is cuddly and affectionate -Walks well on leash (No or low amount of pulling) -Has met and did well with other dogs -Chases cats/small animals -Does well with small children -Enjoys car rides -Is potty trained-Treat MotivatedNew foster notes, 2/21/24:Dixie is almost finished with her heartworm treatment and is doing well but isn`t allowed to get excited or play too much for another couple of weeks. She`s sweet but doesn`t want anyone but me to take her to potty. She loves my great grandkids who are 2 years to 10 years old. She barks when anyone comes to the house but will stop after about 2 minutes when she starts feeling comfortable. She looks out the storm door at other dogs walking by and will bark. She is house trained and will stand in front of you and just look until you ask her if she wants to go potty. I`m trying to train her to get her leash. She knows different words like sit, come here, get your donut(toy), let`s go, let`s eat, and many more. She has never shown any hostile behavior, but she does have a very stubborn streak. If she wants to check out something, you can not divert her attention to listen to you. She does great left alone in the house and does not need to be crated. She listens well and loves my great grand children. She will tolerate other dogs but always on guard when they are around her. I don`t know about cats but she tries to chase squirrels and deer. If you`d like to meet Dixie, send us an email to fosterpets@burlingtonnc.gov to be put in contact with her foster!
We'll also keep you updated on ABBY's adoption status with email updates.
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ABBY

Labrador Retriever

Female, 10 yrs
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Foster notes (06/02/24):Quick Facts:We (the fosters) are located in Burlington, NC, but are willing to travel to you to meet and later adopt - we do not want that to be a barrier for folks. There is no adoption fee. Abby is:- At least 10 years old- A spayed female- Up to date on all vaccinations - Yellow/tan/white labrador retriever mix- Forty-seven pounds - Low energy/low maintenance - Completely house trained!- LOVES loves loves physical touch, cuddling, and quality time- Loyal, sensitive, and protective - Great with children and babies - Abby (fondly Abi) might be pet selective. She lived most of her life with other pets, and did well in her current home with three dogs and cats when she was first taken home (see notes above). Recently, she has stopped getting along with the other pets in the home, so she may be at a point where she is pet selective or else needs a home just to herself. If you would like to meet sweet Abby, simply send an email to fosterpets@burlingtonnc.gov and say that you would like to meet her!
We'll also keep you updated on VIC's adoption status with email updates.
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VIC

Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr 4 mos
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Smile and get your zoomies going! This happy chap is Vic and he came to BAS as a stray. He had a couple of boo boos that might have been the result of being hit by a car. But he has been checked out by our awesome vet team and seems to be fit as a fiddle. We estimate him to be around a year or so old, and he is quite friendly and playful! We believe he gets along with other dogs and would make a great family pet for just about anyone. Foster notes, 6/15/24:Vik is such a precious boy. I don’t think there is a mean bone is his body. He is so eager to please and has the manners of a dog who has been in a loving home his whole life. He sits and lays down, knows the command drop and come (mostly) minus selective hearing. I’m so impressed! Leash walking is absolutely beyond--he doesn’t pull, he isn’t reactive to people or dogs and genuinely looks to you for command while out and about. I can’t believe how polite he is. Around the house he enjoys toys and bones but mostly wants to sleep and cuddle. This boy deserves all the best. Vik I’d say is mostly house trained, he has had an accident, but it’s a new environment and at least it wasn’t on the carpet so we appreciate the placement! Honestly, no big deal and I think once he had a schedule it would be a rare occurrence. Genuinely NO negative behaviors. He has puppy tendencies and is curious. If you’re playing he rolls on his back and wants to put your arm in his mouth but not bite it. He is a boy and has tried to jump but is correctable. He knows sit and lay down, drop it and come. I just know we can get paw before he leaves, he is so smart.Dog Day Out, 5/15/24:Vic is so happy and curious and respectful! We went for a walk in the Arboretum, walked around Elon university, had treats, and cuddled. Vic enjoys meeting new people, is very loving and affectionate, walks well on leash, and rides well in the car. He will chase after squirrels/small animals. Volunteer notes, 5/2/24:We already knew Vic was handsome and playful; now we also know that he can be attentive and obey basic commands--especially when a treat is involved! We had a great time playing with him in the yard today. He comes wearing such a beautiful tuxedo with the white stripe running all the way down his tummy.Volunteer notes, 4/22/24:Vic is full of energy and excitement! This boy is active and loves to run. We enjoyed playing with him in the yard.Dog Day Out, 4/20/24:I enjoyed hanging out
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*FLAPJACK

Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr 3 mos
Burlington, NC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Saturday mornings are perfect for enjoying warm, fluffy flapjacks topped with butter and syrup, right? How about every morning? Afternoon? Evening? Well, if you adopt our Flapjack, you can do just that! This cute little guy was running around stray and got into a scuffle with some other dogs. We`re not sure who started it, but Flapjack did not end up as the winner. This poor fella seems to have had a rough past and bears some evidence of living life primarily outdoors. But he hasn`t let that break his spirit. Flapjack is friendly and sweet, and just wants someone to love and care for him. That`s not asking for too much, is it? If you`d like to be Flapjack`s hero and adopt him, he is ready to go home today, so come meet him at BAS!Volunteer notes, 5/7/24:We let Flapjack run free in the play yard today and he is just a party on four legs! I don`t think there`s a mean bone in this dog`s body. As long as he`s outside in a safe environment with some human friends, he seems perfectly content to run, jump, and entertain himself. He showed little interest in treats or toys of any description, but at one point he did try to turn the leash into a rope toy. He is as sweet, lovable, and goofy as his name suggests!Volunteer notes, 4/25/24:Flapjack is a strong boy with lots of enthusiasm for the outdoors! He probably would have preferred to run free in the play yard but we took him for a leash walk. He is a very affectionate dog who flopped on his back for belly rubs. I get the feeling he doesn`t love being around other dogs but he is most definitely people friendly! He warmed up to us immediately and showed his playful, friendly spirit. He is also quite photogenic!Dog Day Out, 4/20/24:We took Flapjack on a walk around the Haw River. After his trail walk, he enjoyed wandering around a park and smelling everything! Flapjack was such a good boy. During the car ride, he enjoyed sticking his head out the window. He is a super curious and friendly dog, He didn`t show much interest in any of the treats. Whoever adopts this sweet boy is very lucky!Dog Day Out, 4/13/24:Flapjack was great in the car. He stayed in the back seat and enjoyed sticking his head out of the window. We went through a drive through to get lunch for ourselves and he did not try to get to our food. He really enjoyed the hike! He was pulling at first out of excitement, but he settled down and walked really well for the rest of it. He wagged his tail and seemed

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221 Stone Quarry Rd, Burlington, NC 27217

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7.6 miles

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221 Stone Quarry Rd, Burlington, NC 27217

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Burlington Animal Services

221 Stone Quarry Rd, Burlington, NC 27217

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221 Stone Quarry Rd, Burlington, NC 27217

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