Labrador Retriever, Pointer, Mixed
Black with White
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Belle is our "Diamond in the Ruff".  She's a transplant from another rescue where she wasn't able to be socialized. Upon meeting this "Sweet Girl" she gave me a quick feel of her teeth.  It only took a few weeks for Belle to realize no one was going to hurt her and she's mellow out quite a bit. If fact, what a gentle soul she has. Belle takes treats gently from my hand and when she stand on her rear legs and puts her paws on my shoulders it's the most gentle I've ever felt. Belle lets most people pet her that she knows and warms up quickly to people she doesn't know.  She's been going to Fiesta Island which she loves. You should see Belle run and play.  She's excellent with other dogs. I actually call her mamma because the young dogs love her.  We want to find her a home with lots of outdoor activities hiking, beach playdates and long walks. I don't think she should be in a home with children yet. I do believe she will make a good family dog but it must be gradual so she has time to acclimate to her adult humans before bring the children aboard. If you're interested in meeting Belle you can find an application at, No Wagging Tail Left Behind. All our dogs are adopted vaccinated, spayed or neutered and microchipped.    


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