Chase #9 Yellow Labrador Retriever Male 6-8 Years Old

June 17, 2019

Chase has done wonderfully under our care. His personality has come through and he is one of the finest dogs we have fostered.

He is about 65 pounds and is neutered. He is housebroken and knows “sit”, “NO!”, and sometimes “paw”. Chase has a great temperament; he is very calm and never gets over excited. He doesn’t need much exercise and is not a real fetcher. His goal is to be right next to you at all times and be a part of your family. He crates fine and rarely barks too. This handsome boy is ready to find his forever home.

June 12, 2019

Chase is coming along great. A few baths later and being inside has done good for this boy. yellow Labrador Retriever getting bathHe looks years younger and has some pep in his step. Chase’s age is listed as 6-8 , but my guess he’s closer to 6 then 8.
His neuter has almost completely healed. No signs of infection nor is it bothering him. Chase is great with my other 3 dogs. Very respectful and fits right in. yellow Labrador Retriever looking at poolHe is not a chewer at all. Plenty of bones and chews around the house , but he is not interested.
Chase is so calm and chill, he would be a great fit for any family. I believe he would actually be a great therapy or emotional support dog.
I have had close to a dozen foster dogs, Chase is the easiest I have ever fostered.
June 6, 2019
This guy has been nothing short of a gentleman since we introduced him to the family, house and my other 3 resident labs. He has been sleeping mostly and decompressing from his long week.yellow Labrador Retriever in car with boy
Chase is a 65 pound yellow neutered male, (needs to put on some weight), estimated to be 6-8 years old . He is housebroken. Since being here he has jumped into the pool twice and we have bathed him. His coat is getting much better with the shampoo, not being outside all day, and getting some good food.
He has slept with us for two nights. Chase is welcomed to the bed , but has chosen the floor, which is ok. He gets along great with my children and 3 other labs. He definately has taken to me and is VELCRO. Enjoy his happy pics and I will updating his blog as we move along with him. He is sooooo happy to being looking forward to a better life.yellow Labrador Retriever on sofa with boy

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