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Sweet Pea/Ruby   

In shelter Dog

Town of Glen Haven, Wisconsin, 53810
Pet name:
Sweet Pea/Ruby
Labrador Retriever, Hound, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Who's a good gurrrl? That would be Sweet Pea aka Ruby, a one year old labrador Retriever/ Hound mix (we think) girl with the wiggiest nub tail ever. Sweet Pea  was found as a stray with a purebred Labrador boy and was obviously a loved pet at one time as she has great house manners, is playful with other dogs and affectionate to humans. She does have a toy hoarding habit, but hey, no one is perfect ;) Sweet Pea/Ruby LOVE LOVES LOVES the outdoors, so room to run or a fenced yard is ideal. As she will also tell you she wants to go outside, so dog friendly neighbors would be good as well. She is only 41lbs and will be a great addition to an outdoorsy family, though she wants to sleep inside. . Apply today!Pupdate! After some unusual weight gain, and a few vet appointments later, it was discovered that our wonderful Sweet Pea was pregnant! We will continue to accept applications for this beautiful momma, but she will not be available until her litter is weaned. To adopt this dog, please complete an Adoption Application. If you would like to foster dogs for us, please complete a Foster Application.


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