Emmie Yellow Labrador Retriever Female 7 Years Old ID #2679
February 27, 2020
Emmie is getting more and more comfortable and trusting every day.
She is getting so cuddly with everyone, loves exploring and running in the yard and is getting better on the leash. She is a sweetie pie! 💖
February 25, 2020
Emmie is settling in ok. She is not eating great, but we are adding yummy treats and other tasty things to tempt her. She is a little shy at first with new people, but quickly gets over it when she realizes that we are going to pet her and give her treats. She is having a great time exploring the big yard. I want her to get more comfortable with me before I work with her with other dogs. She also needs some help with her leash skills. Other than that, she is a super sweet girl.
February 22, 2020
We are amazed at how well Emmie has done with her housebreaking. Not one accident in the house for this girl! She loved her gift box from Brookline…especially the cookies and bully sticks. After so many years of being the mama, it was special to see her being treated so well. It didn’t take her long to grab a pink stuffed dragon to cuddle with.
Emmie is an expert cuddle pup. She will seek out affection and has perfected the art of the flop and roll to ready her belly for some petting. She is pretty low energy; she loves to cuddle on the dog bed and watch what is going on around the house. While she pulls a bit on the leash, a harness seemed to really help. She will need some practice for loose-leash walking, but she likes to please her people, so she will figure that out in time.
Emmie is not a fan of the crate, but she did well, gated in our kitchen. She did escape one morning when we were not home (our fault not securing the gate) and she had full run of the house…she didn’t touch a thing. I came home to find her on her bed, happy to see me. I can see her having free reign without issues. Emmie is not a fan of our two resident dogs, but that might have a lot to do with her recent lifestyle change. Seven years in a kennel makes the move to a home with two dogs very interesting. We can only imagine what she must be thinking with all of this excitement.
Emmie would be a wonderful addition to a quiet home where she can be loved and enjoy her retirement.
February 17, 2020
Emmie is slowly beginning to understand this whole living inside thing. She has settled down a bit and even started to eat a little food. We are currently keeping her separated from our resident dog to allow her time to adjust.
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