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In shelter Dog

Elkton, MD, 21921
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Coat length:
Dog Name: Amelia
Gender: Female  
 Age/weight: 9 Months | ~35 Pounds
Breed: Lab Shepherd Mix
 Heartworm status: Negative
 Good with people? She is shy around people at first.
 children? No young kids under 12 as she is a bit mouthy and jumps.
 Dogs? Yes Amelia requires another dog to be in the home. 
Cats? no. She wants to play with them too much 
 House trained? Yes
 Crate trained? Yes 
 Energy level? High
 Fence Required: Yes
 Travel well? Good in the car
 Favorite toy/activity: She loves stuffed animals but be careful she enjoys ripping them apart!
Leash trained? She is very nervous on the leash. We are working on it.  

Amelia is a very playful puppy! She is house trained and does great in the crate with another dog in a crate nearby. Amelia is very shy around people at first and seeks guidance from the resident dog in the foster home. Amelia thrives with another dog around and will require at least one other dog in her forever home. She is a very active and playful dog and would prefer her new fur-sibling be active and playful as well! She is very vocal in her play and will need another dog who understands her play style. She loves to rip up stuffed animals and is still learning right from wrong when it comes to chewing. Although shy around new people, Amelia warms up after some time. She knows sit and come and enjoys working for treats! Amelia prefers a home without young children as she can get a bit mouthy during playtime. Amelia is looking for her fur-ever home with an active playmate like herself!


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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