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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Mississauga, ON, L5P 1B2
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
We dont understand how our sweet Teddy has languished in the shelter longer than any other dog. Anyone who has looked Teddy in the face will recognize the friendly twinkle in his knowing look. He has stunning amber eyes that stand out against his sleek black coat. This mature handsome Black Lab (possibly mixed with some Staffordshire terrier) is a big boy, but most of all, Teddy is a full-on teddy bear. 
Teddy is happy-go-lucky, with a playful spirit. He likes other dogs and is also a people pleaser. One of his favorite things is to play fetch in the play yard. He gets very excited when it is time for him to go for a walk, and he walks very well on a leash. Our staff always walk Teddy as soon as possible after their arrival in the morning, because they know he is too fastidious to soil his kennel. To remind our folks that Teddy will only do his business away from his home, Teddy developed the signature move of always pooping in the middle of the road. Our volunteers find this oddly charming (dog peoplegotta love em!)! More importantly, this means that Teddys adopter is unlikely to experience any housebreaking accidents with tidy Teddy!
Teddy had long shared a kennel with a beautiful female Pit Bull named Gorda, but now hes all on his lonesome. It would be a joy to anyone to bring this great dog into their home. He has waited a long time for you to give this deserving boy his greatest wish -- a home of his own

Teddy is being fostered near Ajijic, MX and can be adopted locally or to parts of the US and Canada.


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