Who doesnt love chocolate? What about a young (not yet two year old), 55-pound Chocolate Labrador?
Meet Angelina Belle a gorgeous chocolate Labrador mix with lots of love to give to a lucky family. She can be shy when first meeting someone, but when Angelina Belle warms up, she loves hard.
Angelina Belle craves attention, has Lab energy, and needs exercise. A companion would be great to release that energy! Also, since her favorite activities include tug-of-way, "keep away," and chasing a ball, releasing that energy through play is great fun for her and Angelinas future family.
Angelina Belle is already crate-trained and house-trained (youll need to learn her signals and let her know where to go outside). She loves to go on leash walks, but will pull a little because its so exciting. Shes good with large and small dogs, and she loves everyone, men, women, and children.
This perfectly adorable girl needs a family to love. She had a family, but" life happens." And now, Angelina Belle is looking for a new home. Maybe yours?
An Adoption Application for this dog can be found and submitted online. http://www.angelsrescue.org/adopt/adoption-forms
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