Dove #2 Chocolate Labrador Retriever Female 9 Years Old ID#3164
Meet Dove! Dove left her breeding farm to become a Brookline girl. She’s a gorgeous AKC, spayed, chocolate 9 yr old. While on the farm, Dove lived in the farmer’s house for part of the time there.
March 16, 2023
It’s hard to believe Dove has only been here for two weeks. She has slipped seamlessly into the routine of her foster home. It also became evident that Dove does not know or act her age. She’s sweet, happy, active, and very nimble for her age. She loves to go on walks and is an angel on a leash. Dove also loves to play fetch with her tennis ball, and she’s quite good at it. She will chase it as long as you’ll keep throwing it and will dutifully drop it at your feet each time.Dove is house trained, crate trained, and has no trouble with steps. She has also shown that she can be trusted on free roam while her people are away. Dove knows the commands: sit, shake, stay, come, no, and go lay down. And she listens, WAY better than the resident dogs! Dove gets along with both resident dogs, though she hasn’t expressed an interest in playing with the dogs as of yet.She’s had some distance interactions with the two cats. While she’s interested, we have been able to get her attention, and she will ignore them and walk on by. Dove was a sweetheart when our grandbaby came to visit and posed for a couple pics. Dove loves all people and is not shy. She has been to a local business where she greeted everyone happily and promptly demanded belly rubs. Dove is just a doll and is so easy. Sweet and easy, that’s her motto.
March 3, 2023
Dove was sprung from the farm yesterday and hasn’t missed a beat settling into the foster dog life. Dove is not shy nor skittish, as farm dogs can sometimes be. Her introduction to the two resident dogs went smoothly and they’re all getting along well. She quickly showed us that she can bound up and down a full flight of stairs without a blink. She walks dreamily along on a leash w/ only a martingale collar. First order of business was a bath.Dove earned five stars, as she was the model dog during her bath. She has already made herself at home on the couch and knows how to relax wherever her people are. She really likes pets and will give you a paw if she feels you’re not paying her enough attention.Dove’s first night was quiet. She slept in her crate in the living room all night without a sound. Day one had foster mom working from home; where Dove is content to just lay on the floor nearby. She’s careful to not let her foster mom out of her sight and follows her around all day. Dove has not had a single accident in the house, and it seems she is likely fully house-trained, though it’s only been one day. Check back for updates on Dove as her foster family gets to know her better.
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PLEASE NOTE: While this Lab may not be available for adoption by the time you complete the adoption process, other great Labs are always finding their way into our Rescue. (Note: Sometimes a foster home falls in love and adopts their foster dog so the dog doesn’t make it to “Available Now”)
If you are interested in adopting this Lab or any other Lab from our Rescue, please visit our Web site, www.brooklinelabrescue.org, for more information on our adoption process. If you need additional information about the adoption process or whether you are in our coverage area, please send an e-mail to our Rescue at email@example.com
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