Tip Black Labrador Retriever Male 4 Months Old ID #2833

January 7, 2021

Tip has been just a gem for us over the last few weeks in foster. He is still about 34lbs and I don’t expect him to grow past 50 or so pounds.

Tip has demonstrated what a quick learner he is. He hasn’t had an accident in the house for a couple of weeks now and is not crated at night. He gets along great with my other three resident Labs and loves running with them outside.

Tip settles very nicely and doesn’t require a lot of exercise; he just likes being around people. There are no behavioral issues with him, as he is well behaved.

I will be taking him to the vet on last time today to check on his itchiness. He has been taking a little olive oil in his food for dry skin so maybe some shampoo is in order.

December 22, 2020

This is Tip’s foster parents. Tip has been such a wonderful little boy since we brought him in. He is kind, gentle, loving and loves to snuggle. He is the easiest pup we have ever had.

Tip gets along great with my other three dogs and he respects their space. Tip’s energy level is about a 5 out of 10. (plays nicely and settles really easy) Tip can also sleep as long as you do as he only gets up when we do.

Potty training has been very easy with him. He goes out regularly to do his business with hardly any issues in the house. He also crates well with a bone and doesn’t show signs of anxiety.

We are working with him on the leash, as he’s not terribly comfortable walking on it and car rides (he gets a little nervous).

He went to the vet yesterday and weighs 33 pounds and is UTD on all his shots. This little guy is a gem.

December 9, 2020

Hello All, my name is Tip. I recently came into foster with a great family. I am a male black Lab up from Alabama. I’m 4 months old and weigh about 25 pounds.

I am great with other dogs as I now live with three others that are showing me the ropes.

I enjoy playing with them and fetching. I also enjoy walking on the covered pool and getting wet, even though it’s about 40 degrees out. I’ve been a good boy so far with no accidents in the house and taking cues from the other dogs where I am supposed to go outside.

I’ve been introduced already to new people and greet them with licks. I also enjoy all the chew toys and bones around the house.

I have a great sense of smell and I rate about a 5 out of 10 on the energy level scale.

I would love to come into your home as soon as my foster parents take care of me for a few more weeks. More to come…so keep checking my blog.

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