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Vernon

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Rescued on: 2/19/14
Age: 7 yrs
Breed: Black Lab Mix
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 75 lbs
House Trained: Yes.  Vernon has learned to use the dog door.
Other Dogs: Vernon gets along 95% of the time with our 11yo male lab.  He is sometimes competitive over resources: food, water, attention.  He is working on becoming more comfortable around other dogs. We are working with a trainer on his anxiety around other dogs.  His trainer feels this is something that he will be able to overcome, but his new family will need to be aware of his history.  As a result of his history, Vernon would likely do best in a single dog family.
Cats: Not sure.
Children: Not sure, but with his behavioral history, he’d likely be best in a household without young children.
Leash: Vernon is fine on the leash.  He periodically pulls and sniffs, but is easily corrected with a “let’s go”.
Personality:

In late April, Vernon was diagnosed with anxiety and a compulsive disorder. Working with trainers and veterinarians,much progress has been made to help Vernon. Regular exercise, attention, and routine, coupled with daily medication,have eliminated his compulsive behavior. He has come so far in the last months – his sweetheart personality has had the chance to shine through! He takes naps in the sun and finally has the opportunity to relax and be a dog.

Vernon has completed a basic obedience class and knows sit, down, stay, watch me, come, and wait.  He enjoys going on walks, is good in the car,and is happiest whenever he is near his people. Vernon is what my dad always called a “sooner”, meaning he’d “sooner” be with you than anywhere else.

Vernon needs hip surgery, and RMLR will cover the cost. His new family will have to continue to work with Vernon around his history of anxiety and compulsive behavior. However, this investment will certainly be worth the lifetime of love,loyalty, and fun that Vernon has to give.
Story: Vernon is a rescue from Oklahoma.
Thanks to Matt and Chrissy for being great fosters to Vernon!!

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Dudley


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Rescued on: 4/3/2014
Age: 3-4 years
Breed: Lab Mix
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 60lbs
House Trained: 99% Dudley has an occasional accident (marking) when he is nervous or unsure of surroundings.
Other Dogs: Currently living with a female foster sister. They get along great. Dudley is actually pretty submissive to other dogs.
Cats: TBD 
Children: Dudley has been around children and gets along well.  However, his introduction barking may cause children to shy away, once he is approached, he shows his soft side!
Leash: Sometimes, I allow Dudley a long leash so he can explore. Other times, I shorten the leash (traffic, other approaching dogs).  He does fine.  I do have to talk to him to keep his attention away from the approaching dog.
Personality: Dudley has lots of short bursts of energy.  Long hikes are not his style, but half-hour to 45 minute walks are his speed.  His has a high and wide jumping style so it looks like he is flying!  He has cleared creeks before leaving me at one side with him on the other!  He likes to lick - humans, clothing, the couch!  He likes his humans.  He waits for me outside my bathroom door after a bath or a shower.  I do allow him on the couch where he likes to "spread out".  He loves resting his head in your lap.  He does not like to be left alone, but tolerates it.   He needs to remain inside if his humans are gone - he is capable of jumping high fences to look for his absent human.   Although he does kennel and I have done so when I first got him, I do not kennel him anymore.  He lays nearby when I work from my computer.  (I like to feed him a scrambled egg with his morning dry food - he get dry food at night).  He does like to chew so we remain cognizant of remotes, computer mice, and shoes - he prefers these things to his other chew toys.  He is very loyal.  Not a mean bone in this boy's soul.  Although he requires patience, he is a good and loving boy and this foster will miss him when he finds his forever family.
Story Dudley is a rescue
Thanks to the Doyle's for being great fosters to Dudley!!

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Dixon

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Rescued on: 7/9/14
Age: 7-8 years
Breed: Lab mix
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 100 lbs
House Trained: Yes
Other Dogs: Very good! On walks Dixon has greeted other dogs appropriately and with a wagging tail. He lives very well with our dog, who is quite particular about other dogs. Dixon is just so easy going! He has shown no aggression to other dogs.
Cats: Good! He has sniffed our cat a few times but mostly just leaves him alone.
Children: Good! We don't have children but he has been great when meeting the neighborhood children.
Leash:

Dixon walks great on leash! We use a harness and that works great.

Personality:

Dixon embodies what it means to be a gentle giant! It is obvious he has had a rough past but despite it all, he is extremely sweet, loving, mild-mannered and easy going. Dixon has a heart of gold and would love a family to give him a forever loving home-- you will get back what you give tenfold with Dixon! 

It is so clear that Dixon was very loved at some point as he really desires to be with 'his people' (as most labs do!). Dixon is an older guy and doesn't need an abundance of exercise. A short walk once or twice a day would be enough. Dixon also enjoys the dog park. He doesn't play too much with other dogs but rather enjoys being off the leash and able to indulge all of the smells!

Initially we saw signs of separation anxiety but that ended after the first few days in our house. 

He has had no accidents in our house. We have never tried a crate and he does perfectly being left in the house alone. 

Dixon would happily sit next to you while you work at home, or wander around with you and help with chores or kids! He is a humans companion! Initially Dixon avoided stairs in our house but now does completely fine with them. His preference in life is the lounge with you on the couch after a nice walk! 

They say true beauty comes from within and Dixon is a perfect example! It's true he won't be winning beauty contests anytime soon but I hope you can see past the outside signs of a previous rough life, and see a dog that craves love and would be a wonderful addition to almost any home.

Story Dixon was found as a stray in Kansas, nothing is known about his life before being in a shelter. It is very obvious someone loved him a lot as he desires to be with 'his people,' is house trained and knows basic commands. How he ended up as a stray is beyond me! 

When Dixon was found he had fleas and ticks. When Dixon first arrived in Colorado he had quite significant hair loss on his tail and rump. The vet believes the hair loss was from an allergic reaction to the fleas (poor boy!). After antibiotics and steroid medication, Dixon's hair is growing back very nicely! He looks and feels wonderful 

Dixon also tested positive for heartworm when he arrived at the shelter in Kansas and has received treatments. He continues to receive heartworm treatment on the 11th of every month and he will need to be retested on December 12th, 2014. Heartworm is only spread through mosquito's.
Thanks to Nora and Brandon for being great fosters to Dixon!!

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Labrador Retriever (possibly mixed with a little bit of something else)

 

Labrador Retriever (possibly mixed with a little bit of something else)
         

Shorty


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Rescued on: 7/24/2014
Age: 8 years
Breed: Chocolate Lab
Sex: Female
Fixed: Yes
Size: 60 lbs
House Trained: Yes
Other Dogs: Most Definately!!
Cats: Unknown, but most likely
Children: Yes
Leash: Very Good
Personality: Hi, my name is Shorty, but my foster dad calls me Gracie and I have come to accept that as my new name.  I am a very gentle, loving, mellow sweet lady and I love humans and dogs very much.  I have cataracts, so I am pretty much blind, but that does not stop me!  I had my foster home and yard mapped out in less than a day and I can easily get around, find the water bowl, go to the door to be let outside and I know exactly where my dog beds are!  I am very good in my new foster home and I always go outside to do my business and I don't need to be crated when my foster dad is not at home.  I do like to be within touching or scent range of my foster dad and if he wanders off while I am napping I will call for him.  I don't get on the furniture and I sleep soundly all through the night.  I get along great with my 13 year old foster brother and my 4 year old foster sister and we play some tug of war and with the ball a little bit.  I am also diabetic, so I need an insulin shot after breakfast and after dinner.  But I do not mind the shots at all and I will sit nice and calm for you.  Since I am diabetic and need insulin, it is best if I have scheduled feeding times.  I love to walk on the leash and I don't pull, I just stay a few steps in front and love to sniff everything!  I am looking for a nice forever home that is medium activity and is on a schedule.  Please call my foster dad and I am sure he will tell you how wonderful I am and how good I am!
Story Stray from Santa Fe, NM
Thanks to Michael, Ivan and Margo for being great fosters to Shorty!!

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Max

 


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Rescued on:  8/9/14
Age: His initial paperwork said 5 years, but he acts much younger than that. We took him to our vet and she said maybe 3 years old.
Breed: He looks like an English Lab - has the blocky head and nice smooth coat. He has very short legs though, so he may be mixed with somebody that is shorter.
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 65lbs. He is built like a tank! Very short and stocky and lots of muscles. He's not overweight at all.
House Trained: Yes and no. Yes, he is house trained and goes to the bathroom outside. He doesn't have any accidents inside. However, he does like to mark in the house. That's not to say he'll mark forever - it took him about a week to get used to a few rooms in his foster house and won't mark there anymore. If he slips away into another room or new area, he may try to do it there. That being said, his foster house has had lots of dogs in it and he thinks he needs to mark his territory! This is the only bad thing he does, and if you can deal with this until he gets used to the house (which may be a few weeks/months), he's definitely worth at least coming to meet!

Max wears a belly band that holds things in when he tries to mark, so your furniture doesn't need to be cleaned off - the belly band just needs to be washed if he does try to mark with it on. He will take this to his forever home with him to make it easier to transition to another place full of new smells!
Other Dogs: Max was recently neutered and was very interested in his foster sisters and brother at first. He definitely wanted to hump them and would stop only if they told him no. He stopped this behavior after a few days. He doesn't bug them anymore, and has started to learn how to play with them. He is not aggressive at all, over food, bones, or toys. He would probably do fine with or without another dog in the household. Max has been to the dog park (on a leash) and was fine with all of the other dogs he met there.
Cats: TBD
Children: TBD, but he is very sweet. We don't have any concerns with him being aggressive with children, as he has met quite a few on walks. The only thing he may want to do is take stuffed animals and make them his own. He doesn't jump up on people, and his tail is fairly short, so he wouldn't knock a small child over with his body or tail :)
Leash: Max is actually very good on a leash! When he first gets out the door, he's super excited and wants to sniff things, but once he gets walking, he will even kind of drag behind on his leash and walk slowly. He may not have had formal training, but he does pretty well!
Personality:

Max is a ham. He is really adorable and everything he does is pretty funny. He likes to lay down to eat, and takes his sweet time to do so. He does like to play ball and will go about 5 times before he wants to take a break and lay down. He doesn't have too much energy, but does like to play a few times a day. He doesn't run too terribly fast, but that just makes it cuter when he does try to keep up with the other dogs. Max will find one toy and tote it around the house for a few days, and then one day decide that all of the stuffing needs to come out of it and just destroy it. He's the typical lab that will carry things around in his mouth, but isn't obsessive with toys.

The cutest thing that Max does is that he wants to be loved - a lot. He doesn't sit on the couch, but he will sit beside the couch and put his head on you and look at you with the sweetest face. He likes to be touching humans, so he'll sleep on your feet if you're sitting on a chair, or beside you if you're sitting on the floor. Or he'll fall asleep with his head on you while you're on the couch and he's sitting on the floor. 

We took Max to a local ice cream shop and he laid on our feet while we sat outside and ate ice cream, not bothering with anyone who walked by and didn't bother us for our ice cream. He did enjoy it when people stopped to pet him. We told everyone that stopped that he was a foster dog and their response was "Really? But he's so good! Who would give him up?" 

So - if you can deal with a little marking in the house at first, you might want to come and meet Max!

Story Max is a stray from Kansas. He has been in the system since April, but just arrived here in Colorado in August. He was heartworm positive, and finished his last treatment in July. He went to the vet here in Colorado and they said his heart and lungs sound great now!
Thanks

to Paul & Jo for being great fosters to Max!!

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Lottso


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Rescued on:  8/9/14
Age: 5 Years
Breed: Lab Mix
Sex: Male
Fixed: yes
Size: 65 lbs and under weight still
House Trained: yes and also crate trained
Other Dogs: We do not have other dogs in the house.
Cats: Have not seen him around a cat.
Children: Loves people but he has a leaning tendency, not sure around kids.
Leash: He does great when there is nothing to check out, but we are working on his pulling problem on grassy walks.
Personality: Lottso loves to be pet and spends his time following his fosters around the house. He is really polite around food never stealing any and always waiting patiently for his own. Although he needs to learn basic commands, Lottso is a calm loving companion. He was diagnosed and treated for heart worm, but is doing fantastic otherwise. As soon as he meets new people he is automatically their new best friend and will look for a nice head rub wherever he can get it. As a large dog he also thinks of himself as a great lap dog, careful not to hurt his friends he will walk on over and plop on down in your lap. Lottso prefers not to spend all day in the water, maybe dip his toes but definitely not his deal to go swimming. This guy is perfect for a family willing to work on a few basic commands (sit and stay), but wants a chill dog to take with them on walks and cuddle with after a long day at work.
Story

Surrender dog from MO, the family just could no longer afford to keep Lottso. Was recently neutered and treated for heart worm

Thanks

to our volunteers for being great fosters to Lottso!!

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Labrador Retriever (possibly mixed with a little bit of something else)

 

 

Mona

      
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Rescued on:  8/14/14
Age: 6 months
Breed: Lab mix
Sex: Female
Fixed: Yes
Size: ~ 30 lbs
House Trained: Working on it. When she puts her nose to the ground we take her outside and say "Do your business". So far so good!
Other Dogs: She loves other dogs. Her foster brother is 80lbs and she is definitely ALPHA.
Cats: She's very curious. We tell her "Don't Touch" and she calms down.
Children: loves people of ALL sizes. She may think a little child is a litter mate and get excited because she wants to play. Need to keep small toys out of reach because she is curious and will chew. Potential choking hazard.
Leash: Good on walks with a gentle leader.
Personality:

 Mona is a sweet lovable little girl. She is definitely in the puppy stage as far as being curious about everything. She DOES NOT destroy things at will. She is do smart and very trainable but can be headstrong. We love her and hope she finds a forever home with people who have the patience to train her. I think formal training school would be good for her.

Story

She and her brother Larry were found with their pregnant mom. The person who found them came back and took the pregnant mom.

Thanks

to Barb and Rick for being great fosters to Mona!!

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Bryley

ADOPTION PENDING

      
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Rescued on:  8/17/14
Age: 1 year
Breed: Lab mix
Sex: Female
Fixed: Yes
Size: 45 lbs
House Trained: Almost
Other Dogs: Loves to play!
Cats: Not sure
Children: Yes
Leash: Pulls quite a bit
Personality:

 Bryley is an adorable, happy, go lucky pup who loves to play, lay around on the couch or dog bed and be by your side. She is very social and plays well with her foster brother and enjoys chewing on bones or other toys. Bryley is getting into a routine of 2 daily walks and loves exploring the neighborhood. She has a medium-high energy level but calms down in the house after a good play session or walk. She does well in the crate when we're gone and sleeps through the night on her dog bed. Bryley is one of the happiest dogs you'll meet and her tail is constantly wagging. She would thrive in a home with another dog or with an active family to take her along on hiking, running or other outdoor adventures.

Story

Bryley is a rescue

Thanks

to Michelle and Bill for being great fosters to Bryley!!

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Gretta


      
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Rescued on:  8/23/14
Age: 6 years
Breed: Chocolate Lab
Sex: Female
Fixed: TBD
Size: 75 lbs
House Trained: TBD
Other Dogs: Good
Cats: Good
Children: TBD
Leash: very good on leash, a joy to walk
Personality:

Greta will melt your heart, no doubt about it.  She is calm, gentle and so very sweet.  She has great leash manners, but does not care much about going on walks.  She would be a perfect dog for someone who wants the wonderful companionship of a lab, without the high energy and exercise requirements that usually go along with them.  Greta will be content to be by your side, resting her chin on your lap or laying by your feet.  If you long for a labby best friend who is loving and is happy just to be with you, Greta is waiting patiently for you to take her to her forever home

Story

Greta found herself lost in a rural area in Kansas and no one has come to find her. 
She is beautiful, well mannered, and needs a loving hand. Greta gets along just fine with other dogs, and cats are not an interest for her at all. She is a very sweet, gentle girl. She came in as a stray and her family has never been in to look for her. She will be a wonderful companion for someone looking for a loyal, devoted friend.

Thanks

to Terri and her crew at Divine Canine for being great fosters to Greta!!

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Mars      

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Rescued on:  8/23/14
Age: 1-2 years
Breed: Chocolate Lab
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 65 lbs
House Trained: TBD
Other Dogs: Mars does great with other dogs
Cats: TBD
Children: Has done well with the kids he has met
Leash: Does well on the leash and loves going for walks!
Personality:

Mars is a great dog! He is very smart and knows several commands including sit and drop it. Mars quickly learned how to use the doggy door and is very confident. He loves playing ball and is excellent at playing fetch. Mars is a water dog and enjoys laying in the kiddie pool. This sweet guy is playful and fun!

Mars does well riding in the car and has a great time playing with the resident lab. He fits right in when his foster family is relaxing, entertaining himself with a toy or cuddling up on the dog bed or couch. Mars is incredibly loving and sweet. He is out of this world!

Story

Mars is a rescue from Kansas

Thanks

to Monika, Rich, and Sparky for being great fosters to Mars!!

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Cassius     

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Rescued on:  8/27/14
Age: 8-12 weeks
Breed: Lab/Boxer Mix
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: small puppy 15 lbs
House Trained: In progress, but, he goes well outside and knows to go in the grass.  Will be easy to train
Other Dogs: Loves to wrestle and play with brother and gets along well with Foster Dogs, who are big labs
Cats: He has not been exposed to cats, but, I think would be fine.  Very laid back.
Children: Good with kids.
Leash: Will walk on leash, just needs practice with new surroundings.
Personality: Cassius is a sweet, little curious pup.  He is the smaller of two brothers and he is the one that wants to be held and loved on.  He is very curious, playful, comes when I call him and is a cuddler.  Cassius is on the skinnier side and I think with a good diet, he will lose is scrawny look.  He sleeps in the crate at night and when I leave the house.  He and his brother cry, but, they quiet down after about 5 minutes.  He is a typical puppy; curious, playful, chewy and fun!!   He loves squeaker toys, ropes and anything he can get his mouth on.  He would be a great pup for anyone!
Story

Cassius is a rescue from Missouri

Thanks

to the Settje Family for being great fosters to Cassius!!

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Bob    

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Rescued on:  8/27/14
Age: 1 Year
Breed: Lab Mix. Black with white markings on his chest. Gorgeous shiny coat and a "bobbed" tail.
Sex: Male
Fixed: Yes
Size: 60ish....growing boy
House Trained: Yes, He is great with letting you know when he needs to go outside.
Other Dogs: Very Friendly
Cats: TBD
Children: TBD~ With his temperament I don't foresee a problem.
Leash: Bob is still a young dog so when first on leash he is quite excited but after a few minutes will settle in for the walk. Also, I have a harness that he wears which has helped immensely with any pulling.
Personality: In a word.... AWESOME!! Lets start with the fact that Bob knows sit and shake already! We are currently working on Stay and Down. He simply wants to be your buddy and please. He is good about going in his crate at night for sleep and absolutely loves his chew toys. Since Bob is still a young guy we are working on not getting overly excited and jumping but he is a smart dude and picking things up quickly. I believe he has the ability to be a really versatile dog. By that I mean he loves the dog park and long walks but is just as content with a good belly scratch. He is going to thrive with someone or a family that embraces the Colorado lifestyle and he will truly be a fantastic addition to their life!
Story

Bob is a rescue from Joplin. He was picked up as a stray. I have a feeling he was someone's pet at some point in his short life.

Thanks

to Megan for being a great foster to Bob!!

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 Posts for Others

The following dogs are NOT RMLR Dogs. We assume no responsibility for these dogs.
You must contact the listed party if interested


Sam


Seeking a loving and patient home for 3 year old male lab mix. Sam is a very sweet dog, loves playing at the dog park and long sniff-n-stroll walks. He doesn't chew or bark but is a digger. He does have some anxiety issues and is easily startled. However, he has never acted out when startled, just gets jumpy and needs a lot of reassurance. He is very afraid of thunderstorms and fireworks and would really like to have a place to hide. He does not do well off-leash and can be a little obsessed with squirrels and rabbits! He does fine with my cat, he's very curious and keeps trying to approach her quietly but understands that when she hisses he needs to back off. He is currently an only dog but would probably do well with a buddy. He knows basic obedience commands (sit, heel, leave it, come), but can be somewhat  stubborn about doing them.  He is calm indoors and does OK in an apartment with very regular exercise but would love a yard. I want to find the very best home for this sweetheart and will request a reference from your vet and to do a home visit. 
Contact info: Grace Carter, grace.carter@outlook.com


 Brady

Hi. My name is Brady. I am about 5 years old and a lab mix. I was rescued from a kill shelter in Texas and brought to Colorado four years ago. My current family took me in and has spent time training me. I even took a four week training course last year (I know all my basic commands, never make a mess in the house, am kennel trained, and do well on a leash).

I love to run and exercise. I love peanut butter, other dogs and cats, lots of attention and love from my owner. I am great around kids of all ages but have never been around the elderly. I am high energy and I will take an extra inch if it is given to me but I always aim to please, even if I occasionally miss the mark.

My current family can no longer keep me so I am looking for a new home with an owner who will love me, let me get my energy out, who can be patient with me, and accept my unwavering love and attention.

I am up to date on all my vaccines, have great teeth, and have been told I am fit as a fiddle.

Please contact PJ if you have any interest in me.

 Maya


Owner died, husband didn't want her any more" would be a sad epitaph for this Tombstone, Arizona Labrador, named Maya. But that's how this 11 year old dog ended up back at the small town's volunteer animal shelter. Maya has a little joint pain (you would, too, if you were her age!) and eats Science Diet Senior dog food to compensate. But there's no way she can compensate for being discarded by her former owner, or facing another Saturday without visitors (the facility is only open for a few hours on Saturdays). For now, the volunteers will have to try to explain why she's lost her home. (520) 457-2545

Decker


Decker is a 4.5 month old golden/Lab mix puppy.

 

He would enjoy an adult only home, or one with older children. He is a smart boy and is already crate and housetrained. He knows his name (Rookie) and many commands- sit, down, release, and ok. He loves to fetch the ball, go for walks, and play with his foster brother! He might be able to go to a home with a dog savvy cat. He does pretty well, but does chase them on occasion, though he respects the cat as well.

 

Please remember that GRFR adopts puppies to forever families who have sufficient time at home to socialize, house train and nurture their new puppy. Also note: puppies should not leave your yard or be exposed to any other dogs unless you are certain that such other dogs have been fully vaccinated and are older than six months.

 

They should not go to parks or Petsmart or anywhere else until they have their last booster shot, as they could contract a potentially lethal virus. Before taking your puppy to puppy class please discuss vaccination requirements for various classes with your trainer or vet. Puppies often need a few dewormers and we encourage you to discuss this with your vet.

 

If interested please go to www.grfr.org and fill out an application



 Hi! I'm Buddy and I am a 5 month old male Black Lab mix! I am such a sweet fellow! I still need a little fine tuning on the housebreaking thing, but I'm getting it!! I love kids, cats, and people and other dogs. I love to run, and jump, and play. They tell me that I do good in every situation that I have been in so what's not to love? I am ready to find my forever home - could you be it???? That's me in black in the photo. Contact info is laramiepeakhumanesociety@gmail.com

 HELLO!! My name is Crystal and I am eight month female Black Lab mix. I am all up to date on my shots, spayed and micro chipped. I love other animals, kids and even cats! I am a total people pleasure! I am your basic ball of energy! I am still in my cute puppy stage, so I will need some basic training to help me be more mature. I am very smart for my age and I am the little escape artist! I can climb over any fence that gets in my way, so I would need to be an inside dog, but that is fine with me! It means I get to spend more time with my new family! If I am outside with other dogs I will not try to escape from the yard, cause I love being the dogs! I really want to find a great home that will treat me good and will love on me all day! Come down and see my cute little face!! Contact info is laramiepeakhumanesociety@gmail.com

 

 Hi! Hi! Hi! I’m Pepper. Wanna Be my Friend? I will love you forever and ever. Well I should tell you a little about myself first so that way you can fall in love with me too!! I am a 2 year old male Lab mix. I am current on all my vaccinations and neutered. I am a sweet, calm, and very lovable boy. I don’t get into trouble. I love people and other dogs and I seem to like cats as well. I really don’t care when it comes to the feline species. Just look at my face and tell me I am not the sweetest Dog you have ever seen. Don’t believe me? Come down to the shelter and let me show you, then you can take me home!! Contact info is laramiepeakhumanesociety@gmail.com

 

 
 

Charlie is a registered Yellow Lab who will turn 10 years old on October 7, 2014.  He has been with the same loving family for the past ten years.  They recently moved into a new home and unfortunately away from neighbors that were retired and had a yellow lab as well where he spent his days during while his owners were at work.  He tore his ACL in both his back legs (a year apart) and had surgery to repair both.

 He is a wonderful dog who thinks he is a lap dog.  He is very well mannered, potty trained and gentle.  He loves people, other dogs, cats, and kids.  He hates lightning, and being left alone.  He is happy to just lay around and sleep (near you) , be petted, and fetch if you desire.  Trained to sit, laydown, stay, come….etc.  He just needs someone who is around the home most of the time as he gets anxious being alone.  He is crate trained if you need to leave for short periods of time. Contact cyrie@gjproperties.com 

Sam

I have a male 12 year old black lab in good health that I am looking for to rehome due to personal circumstances.

If interested, please contact ted.groome@comcast.net

Annie

Annie is a spayed female Labrador Retriever/Springer Spaniel mix who is approximately 6 years old.  She is micro-chipped, and up-to-date on all of her vaccines, including heartworm prevention.  She is a large girl (approx. 80lbs). She is a fantastic family companion, and it is with a heavy heart that we have to re-home her due to an international move.

Annie deserves a home with an active family, with or without children.  She has lived with children of all ages (under 1 year, to high school), along with men, women, and seniors.  She does great with other dogs of all ages and sexes, and even likes cats!  In true lab fashion, she can be a food thief - only if food is left unsupervised in reachable locations.  She does FANTASTIC at the vet and groomer.  She loves to go for walks, visit the dog park, and belly-rubs.  She HAS to have a fenced yard, with a 6ft. fence.  She would do great with other dogs, or as an only pet!  She does have very minor thunder anxiety - she will come find you and lay with you during thunderstorms, but that's about it.  She has had basic obedience training, including the commands, "sit", "stay", "come", "shake", "lay down", "kennel" (or "night night"), and "move".  She is kennel-trained, walks moderately well on a leash, is housetrained (will either go to the door, come find you, or will bark once from the kennel), and does well off-leash in a supervised environment (dog park, daycare, etc).

Annie has had a few homes in the past - mainly due to owner issues, not because of anything she has done.  We were hoping to be Annie's forever home, however, due to our new living situation, we are no longer what we feel would be a good fit for Annie.  If you're looking for a walking partner, member of the family, or playmate for a pet, then she's your girl!  Please feel free to email me at: reevesfamily12@gmail.com.  A trial adoption period of a minimum of 3 days (no longer than 7) will be required prior to a final adoption.  A home visit is required as well.

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