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In shelter Dog

San Luis Rey, CA, 92068
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever

Look at that face! It has to be said that Sammy is a handsome Lad! Just 10 months old, and 68 Lbs, Sammy is a happy, sporty boy who loves to play with his doggie pals, so he would be a joy to take to the beach or dog park. He is housetrained, crate trained, and best in an adult only home. He knows "sit" "come" and "paw" in spanish. He loves his walks and is making good progress on his leash manners. He loves chew toys and anything that squeaks!

Sammy Lad might need a little time to get comfortable with you; but once you have his trust, he bonds easily and will become a fantastic and loving companion. This boy is intelligent and will thrive with ongoing training!

Do you think you have the perfect home for Sammy? If so, please let us know right away by filling out and submitting our adoption application so we can get to know you!

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