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Code: BFT2022

Pepper #18   

In shelter Dog

Killingworth, CT, 06419
Pet name:
Pepper #18
Black Labrador Retriever
My vet called me to see if I could help one of their customers. A 70 year old lady had a 7 month old puppy that had grown so fast she could not handle him. The lady said her neighbor had the parents so she knew the mix for sure. He has energy and is very much puppy. He will need someone who can handle an active dog. He looks to be lab with exception of his droopy eyes and he slobbers. Here is what surprised me when I got him neutered. He is 82 lbs! How big will he get? The lady told me that she got him in his crate with Nutter Butter bars so that explained why he was a little chunky. He does not know how big he is and he does tug on the lead. If you are interested in a gorgeous oversized puppy please fill out an application for Pepper #18 at

For additional information about Pepper #18 please email Marla Cox at 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We receive many questions about our adoption process from potential adopters, most of which can be answered by viewing our "Adopt a Lab" page on our full service website,   To expedite the process, please follow the step-by-step instructions outlined and submit an adoption application listing 3-5 dogs of interest. Please hurry as your new best friend is waiting for you!

ADOPTION FEES: $495 non-refundable adoption fee for all vet expenses (spay/neuter, shots, etc.) and transportation to ensure your lab gets to you in a safe, professional manner. All fees may be paid using PayPal, cashiers checks, or money orders. Labs4rescue does not accept personal checks for adoption fees. All adopters must pay their Labs4rescue adoption fee prior to the rescue shipping their dog.

Residents of Massachusetts or New Hampshire are required to pay an additional $125 fee, which defrays the cost of their states mandatory 48 hour isolation and examination by a licensed veterinarian.


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