Sammy Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix Female 3 Years Old

April 8, 2022

My name is Miss Sammy.  I’m a three-year-old yellow lab mix and I’m looking for a new place to hang my leash.yellow Labrador Retriever Mix Lately I’ve been spending way too much time alone in the house because my family is busy with work and school. They just don’t have enough time to pay attention to me.  All I want to do is have them throw the ball in the backyard again and again and again. And I’ll bring it back every time. But unfortunately, they are too busy for that so I have to entertain myself in the backyard with toys and sticks.yellow Labrador Retriever Mix

I’m a very good girl inside the house, and when everyone goes out, I go in my crate and rest. Seems like I spend a lot of time resting when I’d rather be out playing, walking, or hiking. At night time I sleep in my crate as well. All you have to say is “crate” and I go right in. When I need to go outside to go potty, I ring the bell by the door. Pretty smart huh?

Although I would love to go for long walks, I have been told that I don’t understand how to walk on a leash correctly. So, I’m hoping my new family will have the time to teach me so we can go on a nice long walk together. When we get back from our walks, I was thinking maybe we could snuggle together on the couch and watch a little TV.

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