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Tootsie Roll   

In shelter Dog

Genoa City, Walworth County, Wisconsi...
Pet name:
Tootsie Roll
Chocolate Labrador Retriever, Beagle, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate
Coat length:
I am fostered near Pleasant Prairie. For more information, pictures & to APPLY for THIS DOG go to our website  
If you are reading this we are still taking applications - please do NOT email asking if the dog is available.
As always, K9LLR chooses the best matched home for the Dog.   


Tootsie is the largest (not by much) of the three "Dagwood Comics" puppies.  She is almost eight weeks old and nine pounds of pure sweetness!  Her face just melts your heart, and she has white paws and gorgeous chest markings! 

Tootsie has an unusual coloring she looks black from far away, but she is indeed dark gray & chocolate in the sunlight.
We can only guess at breed, but there is likely some Labrador and some Beagle mixed in there. Tootsie's paws are small, and her body is compact and very athletic.  But whatever the breed, these girls are gorgeous!  Tootsie is extremely smart and makes confident eye contact. She is healthy, playful, and well-socialized.  She loves wrestling with her sisters, responds happily to humans (of all ages) and other dogs, loves sticks and balls and plush toys.  But she REALLY loves to be held and cuddled!  Tootsie is a wonderful puppy and is ready to bring a world of fun and love into your home!  She will be a much-treasured family friend!




The donation for this dog is 350.00. Adult dogs are MICROCHIPPED and FULLY VETTED for 1 Year.  ALL dogs/pups come with a voucher for a FREE Wellness Exam from our Veterinarian. If you would like to meet/adopt this dog you Must Submit an Application found on our Website.

Veterinarian References are ALWAYS verified. 
If your past or present dog is not current on heartworm tests & preventative 

do NOT apply until After they are OR you will be automatically Declined. Call your Vet BEFORE applying to ensure the records are complete & accurate then give permission for K9LLR to call them


All puppies & dogs have had a wellness exam by a licensed Veterinarian, are healthy to the best of our knowledge & come with a Certified Health Certificate (CVI).  All adult dogs are heartworm tested & have had spay or neuter surgery. K9LLR puppies/dogs are also up to date on vaccines, deworming & have been given Prescription Nexgard or Credelio Flea/Tick preventative. Heartworm Preventative (Interceptor Plus) is given to dogs 4 months & up. All dogs are groomed prior to adoption!  

Some of our puppies are mixed breeds & in most cases we do not know who their parents were.  We do our best to properly Breed ID our pups, however we cannot be 100% sure of any mix breed puppy's mix.

If you are reading this the dog IS available & is ready to go home NOW.  We cannot hold any Dog or Puppy unless you would like to pre-pay an $18 per day boarding fee. 

It takes 24-72 hours to process an application. If your application is not 100% completed it will be delayed & you could lose your place in line. We reserve the right to deny any application.  Any further questions E-MAIL 

K9 Lifeline Rescue, Inc. is licensed by the state of Wisconsin.

All K9LLR dogs are fed a nutritious, quality 4 or 5 star dog food. As a Rescue we have had great results over the past 20 years with: CANIDAE, WELLNESS & FROMM (Made locally) brands of dog & puppy food. These foods can be found at most PetCo, Feed & Whole Foods Market Stores in any state OR delivery from Amazon, Bentley's or Chewy.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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