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In shelter Dog

Durham, CT, 06422
Pet name:
Yellow Labrador Retriever
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
HORCHATA, named for the milky colored rice drink, is an adorable Yellow Lab mix about 10 months old and 45 lbs!  Too cute for words!

Horchatas prior owners did not vaccinate him, and he contracted the often-fatal parvovirus.  They heartlessly took him to the ER and requested he be euthanized. As fate would have it, we happened to be visiting another of our dogs at the ER when Horchata was brought in. We couldnt stand the thought of him being needlessly euthanized, and took him under our care. Horchata was hospitalized for several days, but luckily was strong enough to beat the parvovirus and is now perfectly healthy!

Horchata loves to play with his toys and other K9 friends.  He also is super friendly with people, and enjoys belly rubs, pets, and of course doggie treats.  Horchata is crate trained and almost house-trained too.  He is a young and energetic pup looking for an active person or  family to give him lots of love!

Looking for a new Best Friend!  Please visit to learn more about the adoption process and submit an adoption application.

Age - 10 months
Weight - 45 lbs.
Dogs - okay
Cats - unknown
Kids - older kids okay, over 12 yrs


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