Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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Hey guys! I'm `Linus', a 1 year old Lab mix. I used to have a home before but they moved away and left me at their rental house. I'm still really young so people say I have a lot of `puppy` in me - that means I'm a blank slate, come train me! I love to play and meet new people. I give kisses and will `sit` on command for you. The folks here think I might be housebroken too, which is great for you. I've got all the good `factory default` settings for a pup. I like other dogs but you should bring your dog to the meet and greet if you have one already - I have a high energy play style and I'll be honest, not all dogs dig it. If your dog is old and farty he might not like me, because I'm cool and active and young. If you hike/swim/run I am the perfect dog for you. Again - I love everyone, love toys, and am currently homeless, so please come adopt me. Thank you!! Linus is neutered, heartworm negative, UTD on his vaccines and microchipped. Adoption fee's for all dogs this month have been waived due to the high volume of intakes. If you are interested in one of our adoptable pets, please give our shelter a call at 985-809-0183 to ask more questions or schedule an appointment to come in. We have appointments available all day. We are located at 31078 Highway 36 Lacombe, LA 70445.


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