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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Fayetteville, GA, 30214
Pet name:
Black Labrador Retriever
Meet Candace!

She is a happy go lucky girl who is always smiling! She is a Labrador mix and she appears to be about one year old. We think that Candace is about full grown at 37 pounds, but she may gain a little weight- we do not think that she will reach over 40 pounds though. So she is like a mini lab! 

Candace is playful and LOVES food! She is very food motivated and she is a fast learner! She already knows "sit and "go to bed, and is learning a few others. She is housetrained too!!

Candace loves other dogs and will play all day! She loves water and has been enjoying the pool at her foster home. We think that she would do well with kids, but she is very energetic and could easily knock a small child down. For partners who are use to handling an energetic dog who is still learning the ropes of household living, this may be ok. However, Candace does chase cats so she needs a home without and cats and we think any other smaller pets like rabbits or guinea pigs. 

Does Candace should like the perfect girl for you?

If you are interested in adopting Candace, please fill out an application at

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We are located in Fayette County, GA and are a foster based rescue without a shelter building.


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