Sunny #30 is a 2 year old yellow male Labrador retriever weighing in at 84 lbs of sweetness. He has a beautiful coat and deep brown eyes. Sunny is a happy friendly young dog. He loves people and attention and is very affectionate. Sunny loves to run and play with balls and chew toys. He gets along great with other dogs.
Sunny is a confident dog and a quick learner. No one has worked with him so with structure and a basic obedience class his manners will improve quickly. This terrific dog needs a family with the time and love for a young dog. A fenced in yard would be a plus for him, especially where there are older kids involved.
For additional information about Sunny #30 please email Ann Hilchey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunny #30 is being fostered in Connecticut.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We receive many questions about our adoption process from potential adopters, most of which can be answered by viewing our "Adopt a Lab" page on our full service website, https://labs4rescue.com/. To expedite the process, please follow the step-by-step instructions outlined and submit an adoption application listing 3-5 dogs of interest. Please hurry as your new best friend is waiting for you!
ADOPTION FEES: $495 non-refundable adoption fee for all vet expenses (spay/neuter, shots, etc.) and transportation to ensure your lab gets to you in a safe, professional manner. All fees may be paid using PayPal, cashiers checks, or money orders. Labs4rescue does not accept personal checks for adoption fees. All adopters must pay their Labs4rescue adoption fee prior to the rescue shipping their dog.
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