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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94104
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Foster needed for MAUI 2 year old male black Lab mix 60 lbs neutered  (4 photos attached). 

Golden Gate Lab Rescue is looking for a foster or potential adopter.

If you are interested in fostering Maui or interested in fostering to adopt, please email Sandy at: and tell me why your home would be a good fit for Maui.

Maui was adopted from a shelter by a family. They have a two year old child and found that they could not give Maui the exercise, time or attention needed that a young dog needs. They called Lab Rescue to find a new home for Maui. We adopted Maui one month ago to wonderful previous experienced Lab owners. They determined that Maui was a bit much for them so Lab Rescue has taken Maui back into our program.

From Mauis Rescue Rep:
Maui is an active, playful, smart and an affectionate dog that needs lots of exercise. He is housebroken and crate trained. Commands have been taught but his exuberant behavior sometimes takes over so the commands are not rock solid. Maui was never properly introduced to other dogs. He looks like he wants to play but when the other dog doesnt want to play,  Maui can be pushy and rude and sometimes the other dog will become reactive. He also gets excited when kids are around as well people in general and doesnt know how to contain his exuberance. He has no history of bites and just needs proper training.

Lab Rescue wants Maui to be in a kid free home. 

No other dogs or cats in the home please.

Maui currently is in a Board and Train program with an experienced trainer.  The trainer is willing to work with the new adopter. We would also consider someone who is willing to meet the trainer to foster to adopt Maui. Maui will need a strong leader, not only in strength but in leadership who has experience raising a young Lab.

From Maui’s Trainer:
Maui seems to me to have a lot of sports potential. He is certainly high-energy, and very athletic, plus he seems to like water, so one place to think about marketing him when the time comes is a Facebook group called
Adoptable Sport and Working Dogs.

Medical: Maui is neutered, current on vax, heartworm negative and chipped.


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