Marley #14 Chocolate Labrador Retriever Female 4 Years Old ID #3140
November 20, 2022
Marley was spayed on 11/14 and is recovering well. She got microchipped and a pawdicure while under anesthesia and is looking forward to being able to play with her new friends at daycare this week. She is growing more confident every day!
November 5, 2022
Marley is doing well at HSFK and getting more acclimated to life as a regular dog instead of a breeding mama.
Marley was treated for kennel cough shortly after arriving at HSFK, but is all better now. I took her to the vet on Weds and she’s now fully UTD and cleared to be spayed (scheduled for 11/14).
Marley is enjoying playing with other friendly dogs. The trainer at the kennel reports:
“She’s doing great! We have a fantastic relationship and she comes out of her shell a little bit more every day. I’m very happy with her progress. I’m starting to work on response stuff with her which is a big step forward. Just like responding to her name, some early recall stuff. She was easily distracted by anything and everything but that’s where she’s really starting to improve. She’s a lot more tolerant [of other dogs] now. No growling or correcting. Now that will probably change for her first few days in a new environment. She will do well as long as they’re okay with her probably giving a few corrections to resident dogs who push her. She won’t hurt them at all but it’s inevitable early on. She will quickly begin to trust though.”
October 18, 2022
October 16, 2022
Marley had been in foster care at the kennel for a week now.
She’s getting more comfortable and made friends with a few friendly pups, including two little yellow Lab-golden mixes.
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