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Ben Blair - local boy   

In shelter Dog

Andover, MA, 01810
Pet name:
Ben Blair - local boy
Labrador Retriever
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Please read Ben Blairs entire profile, which includes a link to the adoption application. Thank you!**

Meet Ben Blair, a 2-year-old, 62-pound, Labrador mix young fellow who loves kids.

Bens local foster shares "Ben is very sweet and playful. He loves  his toys, car rides, and going for walks. He is now crate and potty trained. He is amazing on walks and in the car. He is friendly to all that he meets and only barks when someone comes to the front door (sorry fedex man).   He loves to go on adventures with us to the beach, 

An active family that is looking for an animal companion they can take on regular walks and spend time playing with would be just right for Ben.

Ben loves playing with other dogs and humans of all ages. Ben thinks that water makes for the best fun of all. Playing in the water hose and swimming are his favorite hobbies. 

 Ben is very smart and has begun to learn the manners of an indoor dog. Before coming into foster care, he was always outdoors. He will need his forever family to continue working in obedience training and teaching him his manners. He’s definitely come a long way. Ben is very eager to please and does an adorable wiggle butt dance when he’s mastered a new trick.  He already knows how to sit and shake.

Because Ben loves to run and has not acquired a real sense of boundaries yet, he will require a fenced-in yard. 

All dogs are up to date on vaccinations and spayed/neutered at the time of adoption. All dogs require professional training to become the best family member they can be. To adopt or learn more about Ben Blair, you must fill out an adoption application.
 To find the application, copy and paste this URL into your browser: WWW.GDRNE.COM/ADOPTION-APPLICATION [Adoption Fee: $495] ** 

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