Below is a list of our available Labrador Retrievers. If you don't find the new friend you're looking for on this page, check out our Coming Soon Labs. We typically have approximately 30 Labs in our rescue program at any given time. Labs come into the program and are adopted daily, so this list is ever-changing.
Click each picture to find what our foster families have to say about each of our Labs. Since we don't have a shelter, all our dogs are in foster homes. Our foster parents provide as much information as possible on the behaviors and traits of our dogs.
The adoption fee for an adult Lab is $275. The adoption fee for puppies (6 months and under) is $350.
If you are interested in meeting one of our Labs, the next step is to complete an adoption application. Adoption information and application is found here. If you have questions about the adoption application process, send an email to our Applications Team.
Sunshine - 10.2 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Jeannette - 8.3 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Jefferson - 2.1 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Samm - 1.7 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Lucky - 6.6 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
The Duke Of Earl - 6.4 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Madge - 4.3 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Mariella - 2.3 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Woody - 10.3 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Major - 4.3 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Milton - 3.2 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Maury - 3.2 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Sage - 1.1 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Marsha - 1.4 Year Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Hawkeye - 1.1 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Angela - 2.2 Month Old Female -- AVAILABLE
Ollie - 1 Year Old Male -- AVAILABLE
Henna - 7 Year Old Female -- ADOPTION PENDING
Oddie - 4.5 Year Old Male -- ADOPTION PENDING
Jenkins - 4.3 Year Old Male -- ADOPTION PENDING
Annabelle - 12.3 Year Old Female -- ADOPTION PENDING
Coop - 8.1 Year Old Male -- ADOPTION PENDING
Buzz - 9.1 Month Old Male -- ADOPTION PENDING
Sunshine - 10.2 Year Old Female
Hi everyone! I’m Sunshine, but my foster mom calls me baby girl because I’m so adorable. They tell me I’m 10 years old, but I don’t know what they are talking about, I think I’m 5. My favorite thing in the whole wide world is playing ball. I make it really easy on you, you can just bounce it off the wall and I will catch it and bring it back to you! It’s so fun!
I love to be inside and just be with you whenever I can. I love my foster mom, but I love my dad even more, he stays home with me a lot and we get to hang out. I have proven to be great in the house and have never touched anything that wasn’t mine. I will sleep in your bed if you let me, but my foster parents don't so they taught me to sleep in my own bed.
I need an extra special family, who will love me a lot. I have allergies, so I need special care, and I may be allergic to cats, so no cats. I'm looking for someone who will give me exercise and play ball with me. I’m really a good dog, just need lots of love.
From the foster parents: Sunshine is well behaved with good structure and boundaries. She knows sit, stay, down, drop it, “NO”, and takes food from your hand gently. (She does not always take the ball so gently though, she gets really excited). She would do best in a home without small children.
Jeannette - 8.3 Year Old Female
Jeanette (Duchess to her foster parents) is a sweet loving girl. She loves toys and walks around with a stuffed animal in her mouth.
She knows some basic commands...sit, lay down, shake, etc...and is good in the car and on a leash. She also comes when called.
Her fosters believe she will do best in a home without small children and where she can be the dominant (or only) dog.
Jefferson - 2.1 Year Old Male
Jefferson is getting settled in his foster home. Check back for updates!
Samm - 1.7 Year Old Male
Hello, I’m Samm and I am so ready to find me the best fit for a forever family! You see, I’ve been adopted twice and it just didn’t work out. I am vibrant and energetic like an Ever-Ready bunny. I don’t seem to run out of energy until bedtime. I’m a youngster at 1 ½ years old. I am tall, lean, and handsome and have quite a personality! I think I would feel comfortable with a 6 ft. fence, because I am a great jumper and don’t want any temptations! (Just because I can jump doesn’t mean I will… I mean if life is great at your home, why would I want to leave???)
Here are some of my good qualities along with some challenges that I have. I recently learned I can swim but I still need help getting in the water. Not quite as confident as I would like. Retrieving tennis balls is my favorite game. Don’t like to give up the ball though and I am strong! Looks like the most consistent thing that I do is take care of my business outside. Whew! I am learning to stay quiet in the crate. Usually, I am vocal about having to stay in that box! Please don’t leave me there for hours and hours. Looks like I am walking on the leash a little better. I need lots of practice and a good supportive collar.
I need you to know that I get along better with other dogs if they will play with me! I will play and chew bones with them but really like some roughness, some nibbling, and lots of running. My foster sister is fast but I tower over her. I wear her out! My foster brother is older and doesn’t want to be bothered.
Any strong pack leaders out there? My foster mom says in order for me to stay healthy and become mature I need help from a human leader to show me how to manage my high spirited side. She tells me it’s a beautiful sight to see me calm and eager to please. I tend to be demanding but I am very motivated when I get morsels for my good behavior. I do well when I play several times and day and need a special human to play with me and teach me safe ways to handle the ball.
Gotta wrap this up! So if you are interested see my fantastic pics. You and your family will be the best fit for me if you are ready to be attentive to my need for structure and boundaries and keep me focused on my goals. Know that I must have exercise several times a day and it would be great to have a doggie companion. If the home has kids they need to be at least 10yrs. old. I definitely want a big yard to exert my energy. Last thing but most important…give me lots of TLC daily!
Check out my new video below!!
Lucky - 6.6 Year Old Male
Lucky is a very happy-go-lucky type of guy!
He used to be a little rough around the edges; however, he has become MUCH more disciplined with training and patience. He listens well and is VERY smart. He is still working on interacting with other dogs. He likes to be the "Head Honcho" when other male dogs are around. However, I think with time, patience, and training, Lucky will learn to interact better with other male dogs. Once Lucky is properly introduced to the "other" dog and given time to warm up, he gets along with the other dog. Lucky wants to be a good boy for you. He just needs structure and consistency. Lucky you, though – Lucky’s trainer plans to meet his forever family to continue his training.
He is good on a leash and great with kids. He has mastered the basic commands (i.e. sit/down/stay). He is 100% trustworthy in the house while away. He loves belly rubs, walks, runs and swims. He is always at your side. He is a big lovin’ goof ball. If you adopt this wonderful dog, consider yourself the LUCKY one.
The Duke Of Earl - 6.4 Year Old Male
Meet Duke, about 5-6 years old, 118 pound lab-mix, with a heart of love as big as his strength. He was rescued from a kill shelter, in need of medical attention and lots of love. Since his “Gotcha Day” he has lived the easy life indoors, gotten his needed medicine and treatments, found his favorite spot on the couch to hang out, loves treats, ear scratches, belly rubs, hugs, giving kisses, peanut butter and TENNIS BALLS!! He’s housetrained, sleeps on a soft bed next to Foster Mom, doesn’t roam at night, doesn’t beg for food when the family eats, and no food aggression with people. He likes nice children that will give him gentle hugs, ear rubs, and throw a ball.
Duke was found to have arthritis in his back knees but having an anti-inflammatory pill per day and a glucosamine supplement, he moves, runs and plays where it’s not noticeable. Duke tested positive and completed treatment for heartworms, and continues on a monthly preventative to stay healthy. Any medicine is super easy to give as Duke will sit and drool for medicine wrapped in peanut butter.
As with us all, being imperfectly perfect, Dukes imperfections are: lack of leash training, counter surfing for food only when left alone (loves bread of course), scared of kennels (not sure why). He is trainable and has gotten better on the leash since his rescue, but needs a new home that can handle his size and work with him more… he’s very strong. Keeping counters cleared of food products deters the counter surfing and being scared of a kennel hasn’t been a problem because he hasn’t needed one. Duke likes to be the top dog but will coexist with a passive buddy. Reaction to cats is unknown. He is good with small children but remember he is a large dog, when excited or playing he could accidently knock them down. He needs training with positive encouragement and treats. If he’s fussed at he will belly roll in submission.
Duke is a sweet boy who needs a sweet home that will let him live indoors, love him and spoil him, let him find his favorite spot to be a couch potato, and can work with him on his leash.
Madge - 4.3 Year Old Female
I am Madge, but in a former life I was Maggie and I respond to that. I am a calm girl except when I am uncertain where I am or you are and then I have a puppy bark to let you know I need you to tell me where you are so I can get my bearings. I like toys to chew but don’t chew anything I am not supposed to. I like to play fetch but I need things that make noise as I have progressive retinal atrophy and am almost blind. I can still see the sunlight reflecting on the pool in the afternoon from my foster mom’s bedroom which is important as I am an expert swimmer.
I love people, kids of all ages and other dogs. I'm not sure about cats as my foster mom does not have a cat for me to try out and see how I feel.
I was found straying and taken to the shelter and not claimed back; I have very good manners and am house trained.
I am very keen on my food but am a trim 57lbs as I work off the calories in the pool - did I say how expert a swimmer I was?
So more on my eyes – I have a genetic condition that causes blindness between the ages of around 6 and 8 years old and there is no treatment for it other than some eye drops to prevent my eyes getting sore. Otherwise I am fit and well. I actually manage very well if I am in a familiar place and mapped my foster moms house and yard in about 48 hours. I only get confused if she moves stuff around too much. When I am in a new place I bump into everything for the first time but at home you would never know I could not see. I mapped the pool really really quickly – did I mention how much I like to swim?
Madge (Maggie) is an energetic, petite lady who loves to swim above all else. She has done great left at home with other dogs for company but would likely get a little stressed at long separation on her own. She is house trained and vocal when she needs to go out. She gets nervous when there are strange noises in the house like contractors or the handyman and can be a bit vocal when stressed. She is slightly thunder phobic but it is mainly about the loud and unexpected noise when it starts. She rides great in a car and we are working on leash walking leash outside of familiar territory can be a bit all over the place. Madge adores swimming above all.
Mariella - 2.3 Year Old Female
Hi! I'm Mariella. I'm a fun loving girl that likes hugs and snuggles. I've got a lot of spunk and love to go on walks. I’m still working on my leash manners but my foster mom says I’ve improved a lot. I'm crate trained and love to play with toys. I especially like bones and tennis balls. I get along great with other dogs both large and small. But I don't like cats. I'm looking forward to meeting you!
Woody - 10.3 Year Old Male
Woody is a people dog! He has high energy yet loves to give you kisses. He is ready to be the only dog in a family but he doesn’t mind sharing it with kitties or kiddos. In fact, if that child can throw a ball, they will be his favorite person. Woody is happy to sit beside you and get pets, too. If he wants to go outside, he will sit at the door to let you know…of course, it might just mean he wants a biscuit when he comes back in but hey, it works ;)
Going bye bye is this little man’s middle name, he loves to go with YOU anywhere! You being the keyword here! This is one sweet, loyal dog who is playful. He will dismantle soft squishy toys but he is worth retiring a few here and there. He is great at catching or chasing a ball and will bring it right back to you, drop it at your feet and sit there until you throw it again. If he gets more toys than he can handle, he stores them in his kennel for safekeeping ;) That is great because he is picking up after himself. You would never know he is 10 yrs old to meet him!
Major - 4.3 Year Old Male
Hi all, my new name is Major. I have forgotten my old name and it does not matter to me any longer because they didn't take very good care of me anyway. I have a great foster home now where I have other dog friends. We have a couple of cats there but my foster parents get after me when I fuss at them. Not to mention they have very sharp claws. I am learning how to sit and wait for my meals and how to sit at the door somewhat patiently when it is opened. Oh yeah and not to jump on people, they apparently do not appreciate my hugs. There is a pool at my foster home and I learned the first day that I can not walk on water. Since then, I have enjoyed cooling off on the steps however. There is a great big picture window that I absolutely LOVE to sit in front of. I can easily patrol the yard for those pesky squirrels from the air conditioning. I get so excited about them that I will just sit inside watching and shake from head to toe just knowing that as soon as this silly crate rest is over, I could catch one of them!!
In the meantime, I have much to learn. I will say that I am housebroken and I also learned about this thing called a dog door. I will hang out in the crate if you insist but it hurts my tail. See, I am so happy that I wag it ALL the time. I am that happy. I do need to master this leash walking thing but hey, nobody is perfect. I am a smaller guy and pretty skinny right now so if you want one of those big labs, that is not me. But IF you want a devoted, loving bundle of devotion, I am your guy!! I will be looking for a family of my own come mid October so I hope to meet you then.
Milton - 3.2 Year Old Male
Hello! Mr Milton is about ready to become available for adoption.
Maury - 3.2 Year Old Male
Maury is the definition of a big ‘ole teddy bear. His heart and lovingness is as big as he is. He loves running around the yard with his foster sisters chasing squirrels and defending the fort. Once he’s done spending all that energy, all he wants to do is jump up on the couch and cuddle with his humans. He knows how to sit politely and wait for his dinner. He's always been friendly with other pups and humans, so he’s pretty easy going all the way around. Maury would LOVE a family with other fur babies to play with! Oh, and he's a house trained gentleman as well!
Sage - 1.1 Year Old Female
Hello, my name is Sage and I am here with an update. I had my eye surgery for “cherry eye” last week and I am healing. I just had a one-week check-up but I was still a red and swollen so I need another week to recover. I am doing great though and the vet said I am a favorite because I am so sweet and calm while he shines lights into my eye. I also sit very still while my foster mom puts a drop of medicine in my eye. I am such a good girl that I get to be out of the dreaded plastic cone for a little while each day!
Now for the some more info about me. I am a one year old female black lab. I have two foster lab brothers (Kona has a big crush on me) and a foster cat. He is ok but he is kind of boring. I sleep on a pillow in my foster Mom & Dad’s bedroom at night but I crate when they leave the house. I learned how to swim before my surgery and I LOVE it. My favorite time of the day is snuggle time and any time I get FOOD!
I am still a puppy so I will play but I know when it is quiet time and I just curl up on a pillow, the sofa or by my foster parents. My foster mom says I am just the sweetest girl ever and my foster dad calls me “baby cakes.” I love it here but very soon I will be looking to find my forever home. If you are interested, make sure you let the adoptions team know. I hope to meet you soon!
Another little video of Sage: https://youtu.be/_lZATDNKgzc
Update: Sage is a swimmer! Click below to see a video of Sage right after she figured out she could swim.
Marsha - 1.4 Year Old Female
Hi ya'll! I'm Marsha aka Sky to my foster mom. I didn't really respond well to Marsha, but Sky seems to be working for me. I have very unique eyes, well one of them anyways. I have a crescent shaped white spot in my right, otherwise brown eye.
I'm 15 months old and about 75 pounds. I'm super sweet and loving, I love to give kisses and cuddle, and I will follow you around wherever you go. I must admit I'm not so good about being in my crate, but I do great with freedom to roam the house. I won't harm your things, but I can't say the same for my doggie bed while I was in my crate the first time. Oops...
I have a habit of taking any of my foster mom's recently worn clothing items or shoes with me into the living room when she's gone. She always laughs at me when she comes home to find her stuff in there with me. I don't hurt her stuff though, I just miss her when she's gone and they make me feel more at home.
I have been around a toddler and did fine, but if you have children they should probably be a little older since I might knock them down on accident. I'm also good with cats, my foster mom has two, at first I was terrified of one of them but now we get along just fine. I haven't really been around other dogs with my foster mom except on walks. I get super excited when I see them though!
I will need some more work on walking on a leash, I've been getting better but I still need someone who will be patient with me as I learn the appropriate leash walking protocol. I know sit and off pretty well, and I'm working on lay down and stay.
I think I'd be the perfect addition to your family, don't you? Ok, cool let's do this! Just let the nice folks with the rescue know and hopefully we can meet soon! It's time for me to find my forever home!
Hawkeye - 1.1 Year Old Male
Hawkeye is a handsome boy who wants to obey and do what you ask of him. He likes playing with other dogs and is great with kids. We’re unsure about cats because he hasn’t been around one. Hawkeye knows how to sit, waits patiently for treats and is very gentle when taking them. He also sleeps very well, right next to you in his doggy bed. His car riding skills are great. He is a puppy so he needs someone to be patient and help him learn some things. Once Hawkeye finds his furever home he will settle right in!
Angela - 2.2 Month Old Female
Hi, I'm Angela. My foster family chose that name for me because they say I'm such an angel. Even though I'm spoiled all day long at my foster's, and have your typical 8 wk old quirks, I'm a well behaved little girl. I'm very smart, too. At 6 weeks old I learned to go up & down the stairs all by myself! Everyone was so impressed! I don't like to be left alone, though, and my family says that's to be expected at my age. I also get along famously with my two older foster siblings, though everyday they try to steal my food. You'd think they'd have learned by now that they're not supposed to, but they're probably not as exceptionally bright as I am!
Ollie - 1 Year Old Male
Hi, I’m Ollie. At 53 lbs, I’m a small guy. Great things come in small packages though! My foster mom says I’m a fast learner, especially when treats are involved. In no time, I’ve learned sit, stay, lay down, drop it and leave it. I’m learning to go for walks on a leash. My foster mom is used to Labs who like to walk fast and pull a lot. Not me! I like to stroll along at a leisurely pace. Although, I do kind of like to jog alongside my foster mom too. She tells me I’d make a great jogging companion.
I love to play with toys and will even play on my own. And with a proper introduction, I play with dogs too. I prefer to be fed separately though, that way we’re clear on whose food is whose. I’m potty trained and crate trained. Sleeping in my crate is a must for me (for now). My foster mom can tell you some funny stories about why that’s a requirement.
I need an experienced home where you can spend one-on-one time with me and continue to build my confidence and teach me how to be the awesome dog I’m proving to be. I would do best in a home without cats and without small children. I’m ready for my furever home and hope you will come and meet me in person soon!
Henna - 7 Year Old Female
Hi! I’m Henna and I like warm hugs. No, seriously, I really do hug my humans. Foster mom says I’m super sweet and wicked smart, and she’s right! I love to learn new things and go on exciting adventures. I love my people most of all and really like to hang out with them. In fact, I love my people SO much I get anxiety when I’m left alone but I’m working on it and it’s getting easier. I get along great with other dogs, cats and kids and I will play with anything willing to play with me. My perfect home would have another dog (or two) to play with and help keep me calm when you’re gone, which won’t be long, right?
I really am a low-maintenance lady who will never tell her real age. My life started anew when I was rescued. My boo-boos have healed, my heart worms are gone, and I feel like a young pup again, ready to start my new life. Because I’m a lady, I know where business is done (outside), the crate is for when you leave and is a happy place, and which toys are for chewing and which are for your feet. I know how to walk nicely on a leash, ride calmly in the car, and most importantly, take treats ever so gently. I love the treats and occasionally I look on the counter for a morsel left behind.
Now don’t get the impression I’m a slug, I love to go for daily walks and sometimes I run along side the bike. Exercise helps keep my lady-like figure, right now I’m about 80 pounds of sweet, sweet chocolate. In my spare time, I enjoy being outside in the company of squirrels, if I can’t be outside, I’d like to see outside please (to monitor the squirrels, of course).
Momma says a home that can provide structure and consistency would be best (and don’t forget a dog sibling). I just need a little extra TLC as I transition to my new life, but in return, I promise to be your loyal companion and a perfect lady with a lifetime of unconditional love and warm hugs.
UPDATE FROM HENNA: Hi friends, I just have to tell you about how amazing being a part of a family is. I used to get anxious when I was left alone, but heck, it’s no big deal now. Foster mom doesn’t even put me in the crate anymore (or separate me from my kitties). Sometimes I go into my crate to wait for my treat before she leaves, but usually she just delivers it to my bed with kisses. How awesome is that? I have discovered the super softness of my very own bed and I enjoy it much more than being outside, being with my family is my happy place. I have this special power where I look all cute and act silly and magically I get belly rubs. You should stop by a meet & greet where I will cast my spell on you and I bet you’ll be rubbing my belly in no time. I’m looking for a forever family that has a soft place to nap and is familiar with belly rubs and treat delivery.
Oddie - 4.5 Year Old Male
Hello! Are you looking for a sweet, gentle, boy who loves easy walks, a good meal, and snuggling? If so, look no further because I’m your guy. My name is Oddie (pronounced O-dee, not Odd-ee). There is nothing odd about me! I love to be around my people and get along well with other dogs after a proper introduction. I like to spend my days hanging out with my foster mom or dad if they work at home. During the evenings, I snuggle with mom while we watch TV. She doesn’t mind if I hog the chair : )
From Oddie’s foster mom:
Oddie is a gorgeous boy. From the moment he came into our home, he has been a wonderful addition to our family. He is very calm, fully house trained, doesn’t chew, and only barks when excited. Oddie will go in a crate without complaining, but after a few days he proved that he is trustworthy in the house so he is only crated at night. When Oddie was rescued he was severely underweight and had heartworms. The heartworms have been treated and he has gained over 20 pounds since arrival. He has gone from skinny and lethargic to healthy and handsome with a bit of attitude. Oddie gets really excited when it’s time for a meal or a walk and will use his big head to nudge at us to hurry up.
While Oddie loves to snuggle it has to be on his terms. If you sit on the floor or chair, he will happily lay his head or sometimes half his body on you, but he does not like it if you try to use him as a pillow (yes, I tried and he grumbled at me). When he’s tired of cuddling, he will walk away. Since young children tend not to understand personal space, Oddie would do best in a home with no children or children 13 years or older. Oddie would do well as an only dog or with another canine companion. He has been a great big brother to our other foster who is half his size. He would love a fur-ever home where he will go on leisurely walks, go for car rides, and get lots of attention, snuggles and ear rubs.
Note: Oddie's age has been adjusted based on recent vet opinion
Jenkins - 4.3 Year Old Male
Hi- My name is Jenkins and I am a cute mini lab. I weigh only 60 lbs. and I am a love bug. I have just finished my heart worm treatment so I am feeling much better.
I am in a foster home with a foster lab bro and a real 10 year old boy. I get along great with everyone and fit right in around the house. I am pretty easy going. I love to be petted and loved on and I like to follow you around. I will “help” pick up socks if you drop them while doing the laundry. I am potty trained, crate trained and I am working on not jumping on people. Playing ball really isn’t my thing but I love to go outside and sit out by the big tree in the backyard and watch the squirrels run around. I can do that for hours. They come check on me every once in a while but I love to sit like a statue just watching the squirrels run around. I am afraid of loud noises so I bark at the vacuum and jump when it thunders. I run to find a person for a cuddle and I am good again. I am a very sweet small boy and would love to find a nice home to settle down in. Now that my heartworm treatment is done, come see me!!!!
*This dog may not meet the breed standard for a Labrador Retriever.
Annabelle - 12.3 Year Old Female
Annabelle is a beautiful, white-faced old lady that is absolutely precious! She has a few challenges with mobility when she first gets up but I have her on Glucosamine and Chondroitin to assist in her latter years. She needs help with direction from time to time and needs plenty of room outside to do her business. She plays rocky horse at meal-time and has the cutest smile of joy when she gets to jump in someone’s lap for a good ear rub and loving! I suspect she has had a boy in her history. She is a lumpy gal but they are harmless fatty tissue and don’t bother her. She loves to please you and does so willingly. I have taught her to sit and stay so she doesn’t rush her food bowl at mealtime. She loves a good snuggle on the sofa but is good if she is not invited up. She is happy to be with her person and loves chest rubs most of all.
Coop - 8.1 Year Old Male
Coop is a perfect gentleman! In addition to being a handsome eight year old, he has perfect manners. He has been trained and loves being around his people. His happy disposition shines through when he's playing ball outside or relaxing on his dog bed. Coop will make a perfect companion and longs for his forever family!
Buzz - 9.1 Month Old Male
Hi, my name is Buzz. I am about 9 months old and, if I may say so, I am a great looking boy with a beautiful coat. I’m a little shy at first, but then will warm up once I know everything is all right. I am currently having a great time at my foster family’s house. I love my friend Lucy and we play, walk, eat and have fun all the time (when we’re not sleeping). I am still a puppy so I am good for a few hours after I wake up, but then will take naps at various times during the day.
I need work on my house training and am working hard to learn other tricks. I just figured out sit and am working on heel and more. My current foster family has worked with me every day and I am getting better, but I still need work. I love to cuddle and sleep on a big floor cushion and I am not the destructive type. I do great with kids, other dogs and people, but sometimes the puppy in me comes out and I might run around a little bit. I also love ear scratches. I like music and my favorite band is “The Who”.
I can handle a crate just fine when my foster family leaves, but I like to be free to roam when they are home. They let me outside a lot so I don’t have accidents.
My ideal home would be an active family that has mid-sized to large dog or large dog experience (preferably Lab), a large yard and an adult that is home a majority of the day. I would be a great dog to have the children grow up with and learn the responsibilities of owning a pet (feeding, walking, picking up after them, vaccinations, training, keeping their toys in a safe place and out of her reach, etc.)
I hope to hear from you soon.