Magnolia TX   

In shelter Dog

Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey, U...
Labrador Retriever, Hound
White with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Magnolia TX
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Foster mom tells us that Magnolia (who she calls Maggie) is so easy to love. A sweeter dog, you never will meet - she is very loving and very submissive, too. She is very shy, but foster mom is working with her to overcome that shyness. We would like Magnolia to go to a home with another dog who can teach her she is loved and safe.  She will also need a fenced yard to feel secure in.  Magnolia’s foster mom is also working on this girl’s housetraining and she feels that in time, when Magnolia feels secure, she will no longer have accidents in the house. This poor girl just needs some security - she was in a home, then surrendered to a shelter & then placed in a foster home. Poor Magnolia doesn't know what will happen from day to day, unfortunately.  Anytime she is in the house, Magnolia has never bothered anything in that room - no chewing on anything or tearing up anything.  She wants so much to be a good girl & for someone to lavish love on her.   Magnolia walks very well on a leash. She's a beautiful girl, long & lanky, barely over a year old. She’s such a young girl to have experienced such a sad life. If you'd like to meet Magnolia when she arrives, please fill out an application at and ask for her by name, MAGNOLIA TX!


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