Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Doesn't this sweet face just tug at your heart strings? Asher was rescued, along with his little mates, hungry and covered in ticks. Asher was placed with a loving foster who has given him extra cuddles and treats, so he has really thrived in his foster home. He is crated trained & house trained. Asher is the only one in his litter that hasn't been adopted & we dont' understand why, because he is such a sweet boy! He is 5 1/2 months old (7/8/2021) and we believe Asher is a lab mix. His favorite thing to do is cuddle! He has such a calm temperament. He just needs a forever family of his own.He is up to date on all his shots & has been neutered & microchipped. If you would like to meet him, please apply at more information, contact Susan at make the best possible match for you and the pet, please click below to complete the Adoption Application. Once your application has been processed, we'll be in contact. We cannot schedule a meet and greet without a completed application. If you are viewing this page through PetFinder, Adopt-a-Pet, etc., please go to to fill out an application or review our Adoption Process.Cat adoption fee is $100. Dog adoption fee is $150, unless otherwise specified.


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