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Birthday/age: 1.5 yrs
Weight: 80 lbs
Energy Level: High
Dogs: Good but needs more socializing
Cats: No thanks
House Skills: Good
Leash Skills: Needs training
Car: Needs practice
Swimming: Would love to try
IN TRAINING CAMP ... LEARNING HOW TO BE A SUPER LAB!
Will require ongoing support which will be initially provided by Lab Rescue.
- loves to cuddle
- loves go for walks and hikes
- needs tidy home where he is an only child
- would like someone to continue his training with his pre-paid sessions
I'm Bo. I'm a year and a half old, fully of silly puppy-like energy. I'm trying really hard to be the best boy I can with the resources my previous life gave me but my rescue friends could see my potential and have sent me to "bootcamp" to get some extra help.
Lab Rescue's commitment to me has extended to intensive training programs to help me be the best canine citizen possible. I'm so lucky because I hear this program costs a lot of bones and I have many generous donors to thank for that! Any family considering adopting me will be expected to complete a mandatory training session with my behaviourist at their facility so the techniques I'm working so hard on can be diligently continued. I'm already showing great progress and scoring a gold star on my daily report card. Here are the commands I'm working on perfecting and I'm so close; sit, down, come, heel, ok, out (for drop it), place and stay
I've been good with other the few other dogs and I would like to make more doggy friends once I settle in my new home. I'm not sure about those cat things and I'm a bit bouncy for children. It would be best that I'm the only furkid in my new home with everyone over 16 years old.
I love my toys and will destroy the stuffed ones but I'm a pro at cleaning out a Kong! I really like to play fetch and maybe this summer I can try it in water too. I'm getting pretty darn good at the "out" command which I'm pretty sure means "drop what's in your mouth".
I'm looking for an outgoing family dedicated to using the techniques taught by my behaviourist. The program I'm in is so extensive that there are pre-paid sessions waiting for my new family to help everyone transition. I value my role as a Lap Dog and Super Cuddler and hope my new family will be okay with that too. A fenced yard will be required as well as an adult home with no other furkids. Apply for me today!