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In shelter Dog

Lindenhurst, NY, 11757
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
My name is Madison some call me Madi!  Yes, trust me I’m fantastic.  I am the whole package!  I’ve got brains and beauty.  The kids they all run to me.  Once we meet then you’ll see a part of your family I will be.  I am a 1-year old lab/hound mix.  I came to Pawsitive Possibilities Rescue, Inc. as a puppy from the south and was medically cleared and was adopted out and my life there did not suit me.  I was returned and upon return was a little sick.  I had heartworm and Pawsitive Possibilities Rescue, Inc. nursed me back to health with their wonderful medical team!  I am active and super friendly.  I love running around a big backyard but it must be secure because I will explore the world!!!! I love to explore, hike, and see what the world has to offer, so I need an active life!!!  I am still very young and while I know some commands, I need a life that will continue my training and give me rules and boundaries and activities to do.  I can and will become the best dog I can be and will also love playing with other dogs as well!  Cat I will chase!!!!  If you think you’d be the right home for me then fill out an application!  Go on to and complete an application!


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