Breeds:
Labrador Retriever, Hound, Mixed
Colors:
White with Black
Lost or found date:
08/04/2020
Pet name:
Romeo
Gender:
Male
Description:
Forever home wanted!!!!  Meet Romeo!!!! Romeo is a ten year, 55 lbs. lab hound mix that adores everyone.  Romeo lived his whole life in paradise (Kauai, Hawaii).  Sadly his Mom got sick and had to leave the Island for her medical care and couldn’t take Romeo with her.  As a senior dog on a small Island, Romeo was quickly euth listed by the shelter.  When we were alerted to Romeo’s situation, Romeo’s travel arrangements were quickly made.  Romeo had his senior work up done and his lumps removed (just big fatty masses, not cancerous per the biopsy) and is now ready to find a forever home.  Romeo is house trained, leash trained, crate trained, rides well in the car, knows some basic commands, gets along well with people and dogs (with proper introductions) and wants nothing more than to please everyone he meets.  He’s the perfect blend of long walks and cuddling on the couch and is the market for a loving family that will cherish him through his golden years. Could that family be yours?  Email dogs@labradorsandfriends.org or fill out our online application at www.labradorsandfriends.org.  Romeo is located in Southern California.

Location


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