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Gunnar

Birthday/Age: Nov 16, 2012 (5 years).

Colour: Black Lab X.

Gender: Male.

Weight: 100 lbs (Large)

Energy Level: Average for age.

Children: Great, lived with one.

Dogs: Good.

Cats: No thanks.

House Skills: Great.

Leash Skills: Good.

Car: Good.

Fetch: Loves it but likes to keep the ball.

Swimming: Loves it.

Hi Friends,

My name is Gunnar and I am a five year old boy who is coming to Lab Rescue because my families situation has changed and they no longer have the time to properly care for me. 

Medically, I am a healthy boy.

In the house, I am wonderfully behaved. I have no issues being left alone while you work or run errands. I love my toys and will only chew them not the furniture! I also don't bark that much. For the most part I am a quiet boy in and around the house. When the front door opens I am not a door dasher I will wander out but will only go as far as I can see you, and then I will come back. I am used to snuggling with my human at bedtime so I am hoping to go to a home that really enjoys a big boy cuddling with you.

 

When it comes to exercise I am really up for anything and I get super excited when my leash comes out. I am pretty go with the flow and enjoy anything my humans want to do including walking, hiking, playing and swimming. I really love to swim and with the warm weather coming up I am super excited to splash in the waves. 

I also enjoy car rides and where we are off to next! I will politely sit in the back and hang out. 

I am fantastic with people of all ages and all sizes. Whether its kids or adults I do not need time to warm up to anyone. I am super affectionate and cuddly.

I have never lived with another dog but I really enjoy dogs. I have no issues sharing food, toys, water, etc. When I am on a walk I will whine until I get to see another dog. As long as another dog isn't mean or pushy I really enjoy the company, and would even do well living with another dog.

I have met a cat once who hissed and swatted at me so I tried to chase her away for hurting me....so I think living with a feline friend would be a no at this time. 

Do I sound like I could be a match for you?

Gotta go playtime!

Love, Gunnar.

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