Precious, 9 year old chocolate female
January 26, 2018
Hello out there to all my peeps in Brookline Land. Just giving shout out to let you all know how much I’m loving being a foster girl. Life is good! My paws are just about healed and I hardly lick them any more because they feel so good. My foster mom and dad, Gloria and Jim, are definitely spoiling me (yum yum). FD and I just came back from a nice walk. Dad loves to walk me because he says I’m soooo good. I don’t pull at all and we just walk side by side. Al the boy dogs in the neighborhood try to flirt with me because I’m so beautiful, but I just ignore them. Haha. Here’s a few pictures Mom took of me in the yard. You can see how pretty I am ❤. Will be looking for my furever home soon because FM says I am just the sweetest girl ever. Slobber kisses and hugs to all 😘
January 14, 2018
Hi everyone. It’s me…Precious, a 9 year old chocolate lab all dressed up in my pretty pink scarf. I’m doing really well living with my foster mom and dad. They really like me. And my vet, Dr Lisa, gave me new medicine for my sore paws and I’m feeling so much better now. And she even gave me a pedicure! Mom says I’m getting frisky and she seems so happy about that. We chase tennis balls in the yard and I always bring the ball back to her. And dad loves to take me for walks because we walk so nice together. They’re always telling me what a good girl I am so I think they’re trying to spoil me. Haha that’s great because I’m loving being spoiled. If anyone is looking for a sweet adorable lab to spend lots of time with…well I’m your girl. Bye for now
January 5, 2018
Hello everyone. I’m so happy to be living with my new foster mom and dad, Jim and Gloria Taylor (no, not that James Taylor) haha. My dad doesn’t sing to me. I’m a chocolate lab 8-9 yrs old (i forget my birthday) but mom’s vet says I’m basically very healthy and she thinks I’m no older than that. I had a hard life for many years and I’m enjoying some peaceful living and lots of tlc from mom and dad. I have some sores on my paws but they’re beginning to heal nicely now. Mom says I’m so sweet and mellow. I’ll send more pictures soon and give you all updates on my very happy new year Lots of love and hugs and slobber kisses to all you super wonderful people who help us labs and a special shout out to Maggie Peacock and Dan and Lisa Ploschke for all the driving they did to save me and bring me to my foster mom and dad Life is good
January 5, 2018
Meet the new kid on the block. Precious was surrendered a few days ago because the owner knew she needed more attention and was getting lost in the shuffle with numerous other dogs, cats and kids in the home. She had started licking her paws (from boredom, stress) and they were not able to get her paws healed up, so we knew she was a dog that would benefit from a loving foster home where she can be the center of attention. Indeed, she has been in foster care for just a few days and her foster mom (FM) reports that “Precious is doing amazingly well. Her paws are healing nicely and she is eating, playing and settling in as if she has been here her whole life. She is a sweet and mellow girl .”
Age is but a number and this girl will impress you with the pep in her step. Check out her videos. Look for Precious to become available when her paws are healed up! Please check back for updates.
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