In shelter Dog

Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, Uni...
Labrador Retriever, Great Pyrenees, Mixed
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ADOPTION DAYSATURDAY 11-1 2717 W Park Row Rd, Arlington Tx Miss Elmira is a very sweet but shy 5-month-old Lab Pyrenees mix. She is very friendly but because of her timid nature she would do better in a home without small children. She startles easily with loud noises but she is happy meeting new people. She is unsure of other dogs due to previous encounters with some bullies, so if considering adding her to a family with other dogs, a meet and greet with everyone is required.She will eventually be 60-70 lbs and needs a yard with room to play. She will also need a patient family to continue working with her on crate and potty training as well as walking on a leash. She is not a candidate for apartment living, not only because of her size but she is very scared on a leash. With a little time and patience, she will certainly add more love to the right home. Elmira is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. If you are interested in meeting or learning more about Elmira, please complete an application at https://shelter2rescue.org/DogAdoption.html If you are interested in fostering a pet , please visit our website www.shelter2rescue.org to fill out an application


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