TUCKER, Dog, Labrador Retriever / Mixed

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Labrador Retriever / Mixed
Primary Breed: 
Labrador Retriever
House Trained: 
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Hi! My name is Tucker and all I ask to to be loved. I am a GREAT dog! I'm a Labrador Retriever mix black male puppy with a gorgeous shiny coat. I'm not even a year old so I have a lot to learn, but I am happy, wiggly and friendly and I am very smart and ready to be trained! I love my walks and I love to settle down next to my person and just hang-out. I jump up sometimes when I'm really excited and I need to keep practicing not to. I have the underpinnings of housebreaking and will do fine with a refresher course when I get to my new home but I am still a baby so I might make a mistake. I hope you will understand if I do. I absolutely love other dogs and I got along very well with my foster labby brother. We love to play! I am also wonderful with people and little kids. I did very well with the two 3-year old twins I was staying with although I am probably a bit large and active for them. I'm currently being boarded. I'm not happy about that but I know that other deserving pups have got to have their turns in foster homes, too. I would do best in a home where I will go to obedience school to learn more stuff and where I will get lots of playtime and exercise. I wouldn't mind having another dog to play with either, and I especially like toys, so I will need lots of fun appropriate toys that are ok for me to chew and toss around. Contact Donnat at 310-721-8829 or donna@fetchingcompanions.org. NOTE: This is a courtesy listing for a private adoption. This dog has not been evaluated by ThumpingTails Animal Rescue and we make no claims of knowledge of this dog's history or personality. The adoption will be handled directly through the independent person who is placing this dog. We list dogs as being good with children, other dogs and cats unless we have specific knowledge to the contrary. ANY new dog will need to be closely supervised when being transitioned into a home with other dogs or cats or kids.