Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in BRADLEY, SC, USA
3 male lab mix puppies, approximately 8-9 months old available for adoption to homes looking to add a fur baby to their family. Desire homes that will embrace the puppy as an indoor dog. Fully vetted, up to dates on shot. Receiving monthly Heartguard and Flea/Tick preventative. Weigh approximately 50-70 pounds currently, not expected to exceed 70-90 pounds full grown. 2 males are black with white markings on chest. One brindle in color. Energy levels are from low to high. Will need house training and leash training. Currently trained via doggie door to indoor/outdoor kennel area. Found as strays, parents unknown. They play well with each other and have been good with other dogs to date. Not currently neutered.
Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix.
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