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Thelma & Louise   

In shelter Dog

Nicholasville, KY, 40356
Pet name:
Thelma & Louise
Labrador Retriever
Coat length:
For return calls on these pups, please submit an application. It is much more productive to speak with you when we have an idea about your living situation.  Due to limited resources and time, we will not be answering questions or returning calls until we have an approved application. That is the first step in our adoption process

The adoption fee was $175 per puppy. 
***This fee has been sponsored by their amazing fosters!*** 

Applications can be found on our website:

Thelma is the black and white pup. Louise is the red and white sister.
These pretty girls were wandering in the wrong place at the right time. They got picked up off the interstate by a few good Samaritans. They are sisters and look to be of Labrador Retriever mix. Both are very sweet, friendly and playful. Theyll most likely be medium to large breed girls. It would be ideal if they could go to a home together, but they are available to be adopted separately. 

They are spayed, microchipped, UTD on vaccinations, treated for flea/tick and dewormed.


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