Sarge Yellow Labrador Retriever Male 2-3 Years Old

August 25, 2019

Here is me in action. Enjoy my videos

August 19, 2019

Sarge has his follow up with the vet to check how he is healing from his neutering. If all goes well he will start looking for his new home

July 26, 2019

I feel he his VERY active, when you take him for a walk, expect 3-5 miles easy. He’ll sniff other dogs and be playful around them. I think. He’s just as happy to play with us as he is with another dog in the yard. He is hyper at times, bowling over my daughter racing for the tennis ball, doesn’t know his own speed or weight. Like he’ll run towards you and then try, I stress try, to turn direction, and if your lucky he’ll miss you.. if not..on your bum you go.
He will follow certain commands, Sit, Paw, Stay, Lay down,… His name and come he’s still slow with.
He loves and gives affection, he doesn’t lick as much as gives baby kisses and nibbles on you, esp my beard. So if someone has an issue with him in your face, be warned.
He likes to wrestle, but you both have to know when enough’s enough. He can get mouthy.
Oh, he barks (a VERY noticeable bark) mostly at night when he senses a deer, fox,…………………….a piece of dust falling from the ceiling fan,
Not a fan of cats, maybe didn’t meet the right one yet.

July 24, 2019

I am back home with FD. I am in the cone of shame. I go back to the vet for a recheck in 2-3 weeks

July 23, 2019

I am now what they call fixed. I went into the vet thinking I am fine nothing to fix, but they said no we need to fix you. I am staying over at the vet until I am more interested in food. See, I knew I was good before since I was eating and running around, but now that I am “fixed” I have to hang until I am more fixed. Anyway I am good.

July 19, 2019

Sarge here I am scheduled to be neutered on Monday July 22, 2019. I am good with most other dogs, cats just get my engine going for the chase. I am really good with my human kid as long as we don’t get each other too hyper. yellow Labrador Retriever and girl

I am good with my leash manners and know my commands well. I am a dog of action so here is me in action.

Here I am after the action.

June 29, 2019

Sarge is doing well and is over his kennel cough. After he is neutered he will start looking for his new home.

June 9, 2019

Sarge is slowly getting better. He is a typical young lab that doesn’t know how big he is, so he moves through the house like a bull in a china shop. He does like to snuggle which just is too cute.yellow labrador retriever

May 30, 2019

Sarge is still showing symptoms of kennel cough. He is eating and acting like a puppy. We will continue to provide him with all the need vet care to get him ready for his new family

May 24, 2019

Sarge is feeling better and is running around like a young lab should.

May 14, 2019

Poor Sarge is under the weather. He has come down with Kennel Cough. He is being treated now for that. Just look at that sad faceyellow Labrador Retriever laying down

May 11, 2019

Sarge was a scared at first in his new foster home but is warming up nicely. He is learning new commands everyday. He really like his new human sister and like to play with the whole family. Has not  peed or pooped in house.

When someone approaches the house, he gives a bark or two but otherwise quiet in that regard.

Was deathly afraid to go into the basement, but since the 1st night he has made his way down. It takes him sometime to “build trust”, but once he does he is curious about things

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