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In shelter Dog

San Diego, CA, 92103
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Energetic and loving!

Hi friends! My name is Malcolm, and Im a 1-year-old Labrador Retriever Mix male, weighing in at 43 pounds. Ive come all the way from Tijuana to find my furever family could you be the one? I sure hope so! Im already neutered, and my health is in tip-top shape. Currently, Im working on my potty-training. I have some accidents here and there, but Im making great progress! I walk well on a leash, but I have not been crate trained yet. 

Heres a little more about me: Im very friendly and social, and I love doggies and kiddos. (No kitties, please!) True to puppy form, Im VERY energetic, and I love going on walks and playing with my toys. I also love taking a dip in the pool or ocean! One thing that I really need work on, though, is my separation anxiety. It can be pretty intense, so Id love a family who would be willing to invest their time and energy in helping me improve in that area.

Because I have so much energy, Id love to have a yard to play in or be close to a dog park to get my zoomies out. Id also enjoy having a doggie sibling to play with and give me company during the day. Again, my separation anxiety is a challenge for me, so Id love to have someone who has the patience and love to help me overcome this. 

Do I sound like two paws up to you? My adoption fee is $400 and that includes spaying/neutering, shots, and microchip. If you want to take me home, please fill out the form on the website here:

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