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In shelter Dog

Vallejo, CA, 94590
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Introducing ... BARNABY! This dapper male Labradoodle is available for adoption at Humane Society of the North Bay in Vallejo. Barnaby is super playful and well, a bit of a big galumph. He enjoys taking walks but needs to refine his leash-walking skills. Luckily, Barnaby appears to be a guy who is eager to please, so he can be easily trained with positive methods. 

Barnaby is very playful and has a medium to high energy level. Youll need to be prepared for an active life! Long walks, hiking or jogging will definitely be a part of your future life as dog-parent to Barnaby. These dogs tend to do well with children in the home, but sometimes are better suited for older kids since they could knock smaller family members over with their size and exuberance. He has not yet been tested with kids or other dogs. 

To express your interest in Barnaby, or any of our other adorable adoptable pups, fill out an adoption application at and click submit. His Adoption fee of $450 means he will come to your house neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on his vaccinations. Primary Color: Buff Weight: 60lbs Age: 2yrs 4mths 3wks Animal has been Neutered

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