Gordy Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix Male 5 – 8 Years Old

December 10, 2018

Gordy and is trip to the hardware store. I like to take them to the hardware store as a right of passage. Gordy met the resident dog Grace and they were great together. All sniffs and moving on. Thanks ACE Hardware of West Chester for always welcoming my fostersyellow labrador retriever in the hardware store

December 4, 2018

Today is the big day, I had my last vaccines and now I am ready to find my new family. I also got to go the the pet store. There was a cat there but I didn’t notice it nor did I notice the cat at the vet. There where a 3 year old boy and a 5 year old girl that got a chance to sniff. The boy had a stuffed bunny and I did try to take it. In my defense I thought he was giving it to me since he waved it under my nose. FM was quick and prevented the grab. yellow labrador retriever in front of a Christmas tree

November 24, 2018

Gordy has kennel cough so his DAPP vaccine is rescheduled to 12/4/18. If he is healthy after that he will be posted available. He was a real champ for Thanksgiving dinner just hung out and chewed on his toys. He does need his walks and is very good for them. We saw two small dogs and he just stood there and watched them walk by. He does like being with his people so his new family will need to spend time playing with balls and walking him or he starts barking for attention.

November 22, 2018

I have been doing well at my foster home. I still have to gain some weight but lucky for me FM is giving me homemade treats and great food. I continue to enjoy my walks with my three foster brothers. As well all know I just love my toys and look what I got the Thanksgiving.yellow Labrador Retriever red rubber bone

November 19, 2018 

To continue my toy fashion show here I am sitting waiting for the ball and finally getting the ball.

November 18, 2018

Well it has been a week since I have come into foster care and I am adjusting to the routine. The best part is all the toys. Check me out with this bone it looks like am walking around with my tongue out.

November 16, 2018

I have been adjusting to my new digs. I have been going on walks around the neighborhood with two of my fur brothers. FM said I am a dream to walk. I just calmly walk on a loose lead and take in all the sights. Even the neighbor’s Beagle barking at me is not worth more than a glance. I am not a fan of snow but it has stopped and I am happy to go out now that sun is shining.

November 14, 2018

I have been adjusting to my new foster home. The best part is all the toys to chew on. I just got a box of toys from the donated toy stash I am so happy. I also get a shower and now I don’t smell like kennel anymore. I since it was my idea to go in the shower I can say I feel good.

November 11, 2018

Gordy here, I have just been sprung from the shelter. Now I have 3 fur brothers and a new foster mom and dad. I was living life on the street and can say that it is nice to know that I have a roof over my head and food in my bowl.

I love getting pets and playing with toys but it is all a lot for me to take in so I am a little stressed.yellow labrador retriever mix stuff toy in mouth

I will be spending some time here until I gain some weight. I am only 71 lbs. I know a skinny lab but like I said the streets are no fun and food isn’t always available.The shelter said I am 8 years old but I act more like a 5 or 6 year old. My teeth are so clean, my breath is almost puppy like.

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