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Lady Gilmore

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Size: Medium
Age: Young
Gender: Female
Breeds: Black Labrador Retriever, Crossbreed
No Cats

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Shiny black coat of gorgeous fur - and bright white teeth - all make for one good looking canine.

This girl, no couch potato here - she wants to play, run, play, run - if you have another dog, she’d love it.  Bigger dogs - her size and up. 

She is a lover of all dogs but she’s too much for small dogs and doesn’t seem to get it so we think no small dogs in her home. NO CATS for this girl!!!

Lady’s foster mom tells us she walks pretty well on a leash and is housebroken - and she will go into her crate easily!  All nice attributes for a 4 legged!!

Another dog in the home would be fantastic but if daycare was an option it would be great or of course someone active enough to keep her busy.

**Update from foster mom 11/28
Lady loves toys & bones but she likes to play with them alone! She loves tennis balls & anything squeaky that makes noise. Loves to cuddle up, plays a little rough and probably wouldn’t be best with younger kids because she jumps a lot, (knocked my little cousin down one time because she was so excited and jumped up haha) she would love to be with another dog that she can play with and run around with outside. She is a very dominant so probably would do better with submissive dogs…she digs a lot and can dig under the fence, she HATES cats. I think that’s why she digs out of the fence, because the cats in the neighborhood walk by and torment her. she is fully housebroken and has never had an accident in the house. Does well in the crate. she’s never been aggressive or growled at me, my boyfriend or any of our company!

Name: Lady Gilmore
Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
Sex: Female
Age: 1 year (approx).
Weight: 45 lbs
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: Up to date
Heartworm: Negative
Microchipped: Yes

Good with Children: Older (she’s a bit bouncy)
Good with Dogs: Yes, her size and up -no to small dogs
Good with Cats: Definite NO

Adoption Donation: $250.00

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