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Emma Barnes   

In shelter Dog

Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts...
Pet name:
Emma Barnes
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Good with dogs: YesGood with cats: UnknownGood with kids: YesCrate trained: YesHouse trained: Working on itEmma is a beautiful girl who is very sweet and loving. She does have some energy to burn off and would benefit from an active forever home or another playful pup. She is smart and would be a very trainable girl, as she likes to please. Emma would love to spread her love around!Emma would do well with pretty much any family because she is easy-going. She is a very friendly girl with humans and dogs alike. Emma needs to continue to work on her leash trainin but is fine with other dogs while on leash. She does occasionally decide she needs a rest and lies down. She has done well with kids and is crate trained. She is mostly house trained as well.Please Note: All dogs currently available for adoption are posted on our website. If you cannot find a particular dog on our website, he/she may be on a temporary foster hold. All dogs are otherwise posted until they are officially adopted. This dog may have other interested adopters in line. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application.


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