Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Online Adoption Application This stunning young lady is Kiara.  She might look like she is black, but get up close to her and she is a beautiful bridle girl.  Kiara came to Animal Advocates when her owner sadly had to return to his home in another country and could not take her with him.  He loved her dearly and reached out to us to help find her the best home possible.  Kiara is your typical active puppy that likes to go for walks and just loves, loves, loves to go for car rides.  Kira is learning to walk on a leash, she does pull, and needs to be taught some leash manners.  Kira is for the most part house trained and crate trained.  She is also doing very well with basic commands.  Kiara is dog friendly and would go well with a dog her size.  Kiara is all puppy and can sometimes be overwhelming for a little dog.  Kiara has never be around cats, so it is unknown how she would react to one.  Kiara is very friendly with everyone she meets.  And loves attention, but, like a typically puppy she can get overly excited.  She would need to be supervised at all times around smaller children.  But young children do grow to be teenagers and Kiara will stop grown in a few months.  Full grown she will be approximately 50 pounds and she would do well with a active family.     So if you think Kiara would be a good fit for your family.....please fill out an adoption application.


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