This handsome little guy was found with a crate on a country road along with a brother and sister. The 3 puppies were running in the road when they were found, so we do not know if they somehow escaped the crate or if they were dumped but they left the crate open when they dumped them. In any event, were very happy that a good Samaritan found them and got them to rescue before something awful (more awful than being dumped in the road even) could happen to them. The vet estimated the puppies were about 14 weeks old when they were found.
We do not know his breed mix for sure, but he appears to be a black Lab. He is exceptionally sweet and was smart enough to learn to use the doggy door in his foster home within a day. There were a couple of accidents the first day, but none since then. We would call him house-trained to a doggy door, but he may need to learn how to tell you when he needs to go outside if you dont have a doggy door for him.
He has the gentle and chill demeanor typical of Labrador Retrievers and will make a wonderful family pet. He plays great with pups of all sizes and ages in his foster home and goes right into his crate happily at bedtime. Duke is a spunky, inquisitive little guy and had no trouble coming right in and settling down. Hes definitely the more brave of the brothers.
If you think you might want to give this sweet pup a home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an application, or visit our website: www.jojosdoghouse.com and download one. Adoption fee is $250, which includes up-to-date vaccinations, parasite treatment, and microchip with lifetime registration.
Please visit our Facebook page JoJos DogHouse (non-profit) to learn more about us and see many of the dogs we have rescued. We hope youll join JoJos family of adopters.
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