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Summer Puppy (Shannon's Pup)   

In shelter Dog

Scranton, PA, 18510
Pet name:
Summer Puppy (Shannon's Pup)
Labrador Retriever
Brown / Chocolate
Meet Summer Puppy!! This little girl is one of the SEVEN females in her litter and she will be available for adoption soon. Her mama is Shannon and except for the white blaze on her chest she could easily pass for a purebred Lab. (We have included her pictures in the write up). Shannon entered the shelter VERY pregnant and she gave birth to EIGHT healthy pups in the middle of May. We rescued the entire family and now its time for the pups to start packing their tiny suitcases and get ready to travel to PA in search of their "forever" homes. The puppies will be a little over four months old when they arrive and they weigh in at around 20-25 lbs. All of the pups are very friendly and social. It was formerly noticed that some of the pups did have some spotty hair loss. This can be seen in some of the pictures. Some of the pups are just fine. So, it is not certain when the pups with the hair loss will actually travel. It may be 9/25 or it may be 10/9. We will be updating the date of each puppys arrival date when we know for sure. At any rate, the pups will travel when they are deemed ready. Summer Puppy is already spayed and micro-chipped. She is also up-to-date with her vaccinations. The suggested adoption donation for puppies is $350 in order to offset some of the cost of vetting. If you would like to adopt one of these adorable puppies, please submit the adoption application through our website  After your application is reviewed and approved, a volunteer will contact you to answer any questions you may have and to discuss our very popular foster-to-adopt program with you. Thank you for considering a wonderful, rescued Mixed-Breed puppy!! Summer Puppy was adopted today by her "Foster-to-Adopt" family. She will now be spending the "happily-ever-after" part of her life in South Scranton, PA.


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