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Clara and Anna   

In shelter Dog

Pearland, TX, 77588
Pet name:
Clara and Anna
Yellow Labrador Retriever
Houston, TX area: Seniors "Anna and Clara" both are sweet, loving and always happy! We are trying to find a home together if possible. These girls love other dogs and would do best with calmer dogs, as they are in their golden years. Clara is around 55 lbs. and Anna is about 45 lbs. Clara is on the shyer side but once she trusts you, she will crawl in your lap and give you kisses! Both girls were rescued from a horrific breeding operation that was recently closed and they deserve a happy ever after for the rest of their days! These girls love to take naps on a soft bed and enjoy a slower pace. They are house trained. Anna and Clara are yellow labs and they are now spayed, current on vaccines, heart-worm negative and recently had a dental.Message or Email: to meet this precious duo who deserves all their dreams to come true. We have a 2 for 1 adoption. Our Adoption Application: Application - No obligation and a Great Start)

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