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In shelter Dog

Manchester, NH, 03102
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Coat length:
6/23/2022 - My name is Abby

Abby is 4years old. She will be 5 September 2022 and weighs roughly 60lbs.

She tends to be a little dramatic. There was a plastic bag in the yard once and you would have sworn it was a bear with how she reacted lol. 

She does love ropes and playing tug. She is starting to bring the ball back for fetch (taken some work as she is pretty independent and just wants to be chased lol). She loves walks but can get excited and pull when she sees people and other dogs. I started teaching her sled commands (mush wo gee ha and leave it) but havent taken her for one of those walks in a while. 

She likes some dogs. She got along great with my brothers dog who is pretty chill and twice her age (she likes calm always and HATES loud noises) but she is not a fan of loud and hyper dogs.

She loves all people and children but gets very nervous when kids are playing with flying toys.  

She likes all the attention so would enjoy being an only dog. 

She did love running in the open fields though and going on hikes in the woods and loved camping. 

She is super smart and learns pretty quick. She knows paw and other paw, high five, lay down, sit, bear (puts both paws on your wrist for the treat in your hand), crawl, jump, spin, and sit pretty. With more one on one focus she would do great at agility training. 

She loves snuggles and all the pats and belly rubs and if you scratch her neck she will turn to mush in your hands. She is adorable when she cuddles you. Will push her head right into you and look at you with so much love. 

She is crate trained and she loves her crate it makes her feel secure. 

Who ever is lucky enough to have her please give her the happiest home she could ever want because she deserves that.

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