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American Foxhound-Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in SAINT LOUIS, MO, USA


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Date Listed: 01/24/2019
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Seller Name: Dannielle
Location: SAINT LOUIS, MO, 63112

Breed: American Foxhound-Labrador Retriever Mix
Gender: Female Female


Age: Baby
Color/Markings: White, brown, black
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 01/24/2019
Location: SAINT LOUIS, MO, 63112
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American Foxhound-Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in SAINT LOUIS, MO, USA

Looking for a good home for this good loving girl. (Free to a good home). 3 days ago we rescued this puppy from a kill shelter. Paid $300. She’s been recently spayed and given the lineup of puppy shots with documentation. We have 2 other dogs, can’t have a third. Just wanted to get her out of a kill shelter and find a home for her. She’s 13 weeks old, 10 pounds. Shelter classified her as a lab/hound mix. I’d say she’ll end up around 40 pounds as an adult. Midsize dog. She’s been in a kennel each night and has been progressing very well with potty training. She loves tennis balls and having the TV on. She’s a loyal pup and stays by your side everywhere you go. She’s not timid around other dogs or cats, we have both and she’s great with them.

American Foxhound-Labrador Retriever Mix.

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