In shelter Dog

Sacramento, Sacramento County, Califo...
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Blackie has been in foster, this is what the foster parent has to say about her: She is very sweet and loves being in the same room as us, follows us around. She really loves to be outside, to roll in the grass and taking short walks - she gets really excited when she sees her leash and happily lets you put it on. She does not let her injury stop her from anything! If she could she would be outside all the time. She loves to be petted and loved on. She does not really snuggle, however one day I think she will be comfortable doing that. She will let her handler groom her, however we have not tried, doing her nails or brushing her teeth yet. When someone knocks on the door or you let someone come in she is so sweet and wants to say hi and get petted. She loves laying in the dog bed and will jump (sort of) up on to the low couch and sprawl out there.Outside she will bark at anyone that she sees or even comes close. Working on refocusing on her handler will take time and she probably will continue to bark/gentle growl or chuff at people, it could diminish with time and consistent training. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please visit our website at


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