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In shelter Dog

Abbeville, Louisiana, 70510
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
This gorgeous ginger is Rowdy. The vet thinks there is a good chance he is a pure Red Lab, as they have been making a comeback in popularity apparently. He was found at Lake Martin, starving and alone, but has made a full recovery and then some. He is a young man still full of energy and love, at only approximately 4.5 yrs, possibly younger, and has been neutered, vaccinated, he is HW + but is on Coraxis to treat them and should test negative soon with continued use. He is also microchipped and crate trained. Rowdy does fine with other dogs, although his energy level can be a bit much for them at first, but he is a pretty cool customer and he is good with cats as well. He is surprisingly protective of his home and people as well. And in typical lab fashion, he loves water! This poor boy had a rough break being dumped and deserves his own family to love. He loves to travel and would be a great companion for all your adventures!

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  1. American Humane Association
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