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In shelter Dog

Bethel, CT, 06801
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Meet Wilson, a five-year-old, 55 lb. lab with the most infectious smile and soulful eyes. He came to a Georgia shelter as a stray in December of 2021, where he then became their longest resident after waiting 168 days to be rescued. Now he is safe and being spoiled in his foster home in Connecticut waiting for his next chapter to begin! 

With a sweet face, happy tail, and plenty of kisses to go around, Wilson is guaranteed to be your best friend! He is a loving goofball and will be your shadow, following you wherever you go. Hes friendly with everyone he meets, including kids. He loves to play with any toy he can get his paws on, especially soft squeak toys, which he will proudly carry around in his mouth. Wilson also enjoys being outside, rolling around in the grass, and will sprawl out and lay like a frog, soaking up the sun.

Despite being in a shelter so long, Wilson is a very good boy - he knows "sit" and "stay," is both house/crate trained. Wilson is food motivated and will take treats gently from your hand. He likes going for walks but does need some work on leash. He is fine with other submissive dogs but would do best as your one and only. A fenced yard is required. 

Wilsons adoption fee is $350 and he is vaccinated, microchipped, neutered, and has been heartworm treated. If you are interested in adopting this handsome man, please complete the application at For questions, email


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