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In shelter Dog

Gilbert, AZ, 85295
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Meet Ivey! Ivey was abandoned at a grooming business in Tempe. She is a lab pittie mix with a heart of gold. She is okay with other dogs with proper intro, time and patience. Ivey is timid at first, so ensuring there are boundaries and a firm handler is key. She has basic manners, so she will need a owner who will continue to help her grown into the amazing adult dog she is meant to be. She loves to cuddle and thrives on positive reinforcement. She does use the doggie door and is adjusting well to a kennel. Ivey has a lot of energy that needs to be burned, so an active household is required. Ivey will need a home with only older children (15 yrs +), as the little ones tend to make her cranky. Did we mention she loves to play with the hose outside? She LOVES water.

Ivey is currently being housed at a boarding facility due to lack of fosters available. She has been there long enough and deserves a home of her home. She is now working with a trainer to help her find her forever home. Part of Iveys energy is being in cooped inside a boarding kennel majority of the day.

Ivey is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.

Her adoption fee is $150. Please fill out an application so a meet/greet and home check can be arranged. 10/2/22 5:57 PM


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