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In shelter Dog

Oak Ridge, NJ, 07438
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Meet Albus!

Albus is a 7 month old lab/pittie mix. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and ready to find his forever family!
Albus has had three homes (that we know of) in his short life. The last family he was with saved him from being given away for free in a Wawa parking lot. They took him simply because they wanted to make sure he would be safe. This family thought they would be his forever family and gave him all the love and attention he deserves. He did great with the small children and pug mix in the house. They got him up to date on vaccines and preventatives. The family had him for about two months until he started going after the family’s cats. While he was not trying to hurt them, he was trying to play but too rough and big and ended up injuring both cats a few times before the family had made the extremely difficult decision to find Albus a new home.

By chance one of our fosters happened to work at the hospital the cats were receiving treatment at and took Albus into her home. He currently lives with four other dogs (German Wirehair Pointer, Blue Tick Coonhound, German Shorthair Pointer, and a terrier mix). In fact, his best friend is Pepper who is also through adoption with the GSP Rescue of NJ. He loves to run, play, and wrestle with the other dogs. Once he gets his puppy energy out all he wants to do is snuggle up in your lap. He is an expert cuddler!

Albus is crate trained, housebroken, and good with kids and other dogs. Albus will not be adopted out to a family with cats due to his history.

If you are interested in Adopting Albus or another dog in need, please complete our adoption application on our website at


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