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In shelter Dog

Washington, DC, 20007
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Please contact Georgia Wood ( for more information about this pet.sweetie ISO happily ever after! BETH NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!!!!
Name: Beth Best Guess for Breed: Lab mix

Best Guess for Age: 3 years as of July 2022 SEX: Female

Approximate Weight: 45 lbs

Gets Along With: Other dogs! We havent seen her with kids but she can be tested. We have tested Beth with some of the cats at the shelter, and she did not seem particularly interested in chasing or pouncing on the cat. While this is a positive sign that Beth could live with a cat, she has not done so to our knowledge. If you have cats in your home, we are happy to discuss with you how to best introduce a new pup to your pack!

Currently Living at: Shelter; needs a forever or foster home in the DC area after completing heartworm treatment.

Special adoption considerations: Beth tested positive for heartworm disease and has been treated on September 8. Heartworm is not contagious to people or other pets, but results from mosquito bites. Heartworm, if left untreated, is life threatening, but after treatment, most dogs that were heartworm positive often suffer no significant long-term effects so long as they are kept on a monthly heartworm preventative. Most heartworm dogs can resume full active and normal lives, but need to be kept calm for 4-6 weeks after treatment. We are happy to talk more in depth about heartworm disease and treatment during the screening process. Retesting is recommended 6 months after treatment to confirm they are heartworm negative.

Beth is Looking For: A loving family to provide a roof over her head in exchange for loyal companionship. Beth is a sweet gal ready to take on the world. At around 3 years old, shes done with all of that puppy business and ready to show you how great an adult dog can be. Once she is done with her heartworm treatment, she will be excited to burn off her energy by taking long walks through your neighborhood, making new doggo friends at the park, and maybe even trying a game of fetch! She would love to learn some tricks too to show you just how smart she can be. What do you say - is she the one for you?

What My Foster Says About Me: We will update this once she has arrived in the DC area and spent some time with her foster

Lucky Dog cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken. All of our dogs are working on their crate training.
TO ADOPT: The adoption fee for this dog is $475, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations, spay/neuter, and heartworm treatment. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the Adoption Questionnaire online at

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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