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Location: Pennington NJ 08534
Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
Breed: Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat)Learn more about the Labrador Retriever.
Sex: Female (spayed)
Current Size: 60 Pounds
Potential Size: 60 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 8 Years 1 Month (best estimate)
Activity Level: Moderately Active
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor Only
Good with Kids: Yes
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Tina is one of our very special rescues, having been with us for basically all of her life after coming to us as a puppy in 2013. While we've had her for adoption since and even at some of our events, Tina just doesn't "show well" which has led to her being with us for so long. But that doesn't mean that she isn't a simply wonderful girl and well deserving of her own home.
Tina was brought to us as a puppy of only about 3 months of age. When her former owner asked if we could take her and her brother, Tuck, into our rescue, we had to ask him to bring them back in a couple of days so that we could prepared a kennel for them. Altho the man agreed, he simply left our rescue and then abandoned both pups into the yard of a lady, who witnessed his actions, and drove away. The following day, the woman brought both pups to us and told us what this man had done.
Tina has grown into a very loving and devoted dog to those she knows. She will bark defensively at strangers but after she gets to know someone, she is very affectionate towards them. You have to realize that Tina's "home" has been our rescue and she acts with us as she would if she'd been in a home for these past few years. But we're confident that if just the right person comes along, someone willing to be a little patient with her, then they'll be gaining a wonderful and devoted companion.
Over the years Tina has been kept up to date on all of her yearly vaccinations, wormings and monthly preventatives, which has also led her to being heart worm negative. She's definitely a healthy girl who could even stand to loose a few pounds! Of course she'll need some training to become fully acclimated to living in a home but we'd expect that she'd pick up on those qualities rather quickly. If another dog is to be included in the home, a meet and greet would be required prior to the adoption. We don't know how she'll be with cats as she's never been around them.
If you can find it in your heart to give this very special girl the opportunity that she deserves, then please submit an application at socorescue.com
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