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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

St. Louis, MO, 63103
Pet name:
Black Labrador Retriever
Our Senior beauty Smokey needs your help to stay out of the shelter!! Shes known as the girl with the everlasting smile, and constantly wagging tail!!

For the past month or so, a few volunteers have graciously been switching off having Smokey stay in their home because shelter life was way too hard on her. They never intended to be long term fosters but also dont want her to come back. Here is where YOU come in. We are looking for a longer term foster or adopter, so our Smokey does not have to endure her Heartworm treatment in the stressful shelter. No Senior pet should be in the shelter, but especially one going through treatment. The only requirement during treatment is to go on slow short walks, and shes a lower energy dog, so that should be easy!

Smokey really just needs a soft place to land, is indifferent to other dogs, and is well behaved in the home! If adopted, all Heartworm treatment shots are taken care of by us. Who is going to save our gentle giant from shelter life? 

11 yrs, 92 lbs, #Deserving
Available for foster, adoption, or to go to a RESCUE partner
Center for Animal Rescue and Enrichment of St. Louis (314) 696-2444


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