Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Jenny is a loving and friendly girl, but was most likely found as a stray, and she takes a little bit of time to warm up. She wants to get to know you first before letting you take her out to dinner! Once she gets acquainted with her humans, her sweet personality comes out. She is still learning her house training and crate training skills, but she is eager to learn. She is great at home when people are around, but is still learning that her humans will come home. Jenny can be a little timid with being petted on the head. She is a fun, sweet, young girl that will need training. She can be strong on the leash, especially when other fun pup pals are around. She also loves plenty of bones and toys to keep her occupied! Jenny loves lots and lots of walks - the more the merrier! She is a great snuggling companion! She is a very loving and a happy dog that will make a great family member for someone who loves spending time and training their dog. She would also love a house with a fenced in backyard where she can romp to her heart's content. She would also prefer to be the solo animal in the house because she's much happier when she can have all the attention. Come meet sweet Jenny, she's waiting for her furever home!


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