Lily Yellow Labrador Retriever Female 6 Years Old

July 18, 2019

Just a little update from me, Lily…. once I became comfortable, I had a little relapse and started peeing in the house, particularly in one room. Now, I am doing better with less accidents in the house. I am also responding much better to going into a crate, which helps to prevent me from having accidents when foster mom and foster dad are not home/sleeping. I still need slow introductions, but FM and FD are noticing improvements over time. I now responds to the “sit” and “come” commands about 75% of the time. I love children and seem to warm up to them the quickest followed by women, and then men. And I sure do love my furry foster siblings!

They tell me that I am a gentle and loving soul – sure to provide a wonderful companionship to any family (once I learn that they are safe for me)

June 27, 2019

Hi everyone, this is Lily checking in. I am doing well and all healed from that thing that they did to me a week and a half ago…..they tell me that I can’t have anymore babies now!yellow Labrador Retriever face

I still need slow introductions to new people and new situations because I am shy and I become fearful. But with patience, trust, and time, I eventually relax.

I love my foster parents and siblings, playing fetch, and roaming in the fenced yard.
Also, I would love for you to welcome me into your home!
June 15, 2019
Kid-tested and Lily approved!
Yellow Labrador Lily hanging with the kids


June 12, 2019
Well,  this is a big change from my old life! I am learning how to play with my foster siblings, as well as what toys are. three dogs taking a napI am starting to be more relaxed while being in the home, AND I have decided that it’s ok to occasionally give my Foster Dad and Foster Mom a kiss….after all, they rub my head, back and belly and I am learning to really like and appreciate that!

Since I am house broken,  FD and FM are able to give me my own space until they get home. As far as outside, they say that I should be somewhere with a fenced yard because I am a bit too curious about what’s beyond it! Also, I need to be watched closely when doors are opened in the home. I have met some new people and I like all of them but I am a little bit scared at first. Once I learn that they’re ok peeps, I am happy to have their company!

Well, that’s it for now. I will talk to you soon!

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