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Mardi Gras (LF-Fostered in TN)   

In shelter Dog

Brooklyn, CT, 06234
Pet name:
Mardi Gras (LF-Fostered in TN)
Labrador Retriever
Brown / Chocolate
Meet Mardi Gras!

Mardi Gras is a wonderful 11 month old Lab/hound mix puppy.  She and her 2 siblings were rescued from a high kill shelter in April.  We have had them for the past 5 months and they have grown up in rescue. They really deserve their own families. Mardi Gras is happy, active and loves to play with the other dogs and be out in the yard! She is up to date on shots and spayed.  Mardi Gras will probably mature to  55+ pounds, she currently weighs about 55 pounds. We dont have information about her parents.  Mardi Gras is ready to head to her new home ASAP

Mardi Gras is currently located in TN but will be transported to New England for adoption. The adoption donation is $400 which includes a health certificate and costs for her transport north.

*Unless stated otherwise, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, on flea/tick product and heartworm prevention medicine (if older than 5 months) and micro chipped prior to adoption.

*Please note that while we do our best to accurately state the breed or breed mix of a dog, we often have very limited information to draw from. Identifying the breed without pedigrees and information on heritage can be very challenging! 

If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please go to and fill out an online adoption application. Thank you!

Massachusetts Residents: Effective September 28, 2017 a Quarantine Fee of $100 will be required (in addition to the adoption fee) to adopt a dog that has been Quarantined. Massachusetts mandates that all dogs entering MA shall be quarantined for 48 hours in a state approved facility.


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