Cortland Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix 2.5 Months Old ID #2809

November 10, 2020

We have learned a lot about our little friend Cortland over the past week.

This boy is going to be a star. He’s going to the door to go potty outside already. (this doesn’t mean he doesn’t have some accidents in the house, but they are down considerably). He also knows how to SIT. He is a very chill pup. He has his spurts, but settles down easily.

Cortland is not mouthy at all, and loves everyone he comes in contact with. He is/will be easily trained as he is very food motivated. He also does not guard high value items. He loves his little cow hooves to chew.

He went for his vet visit yesterday and received his vaccinations and microchip like a champ. He now weighs 18 pounds.

November 2, 2020

Boy, oh, Boy, what a doll. This little boy came to us Friday. His hour and a half ride home was perfect. Sleeping and not anxious at all.

He came into my home and was greeted by my other three resident Labs. All welcomed him (I think they know he’s just a pup)!

Cortland assimilated with them immediately. He’s a very confident little pup.

Cortland has been taking cues from my other doggies and going outside regularly. This is a good start as we know he’s going to have accidents in the house until housebroken. yellow Labrador Retriever mixHe is exhibiting all the puppy features you would expect, chewing some things he shouldn’t’, playful with my chocolate lab, and likes to play with the ball. He also has a TREMENDOUS appetite…WOW! That boy can eat.

He’s about 15 pounds and ready for his next wave of vaccinations. Here are some pics of the little butterball.

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