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In shelter Dog

Jefferson, WI, 53549
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
JULIAN: One year old, neutered male, Lab-type mix, very sweet but quite shy, needs time to feel secure with new people, must live with another dog, gentle and loving when he feels safe, approved for very gentle and respectful children of all ages.

Im a very sweet, 1 year old mixed breed boy with a medium energy level. I am affectionate but very shy, and I must go to a home where Ill have a doggy friend (because being with another dog helps me feel more confident). I am mellow and submissive and need a very gentle and patient adopter. Once I feel comfortable I love to play with stuffed toys and other dogs. Im looking for a kind adopter who will give me lots of reassurance and allow me to settle into my new home at my own pace. Im approved for extremely gentle and respectful kids of all ages who wont scare me by making lots of noise. I have a wonderful disposition and can be a great family dog if I live another dog and am given time to build up my confidence!

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