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Labrador Retriever  : :  Female  : :  Adult  : :  Large


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About Freedom

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Adoption Fee: 400.00
  • Species: Dog
  • General Color: Black
  • Current Size: 60 Pounds
  • Potential Size: 70 Pounds
  • Current Age: 1 Year 8 Months (best estimate)
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Fence Required: Yes(6 foot)
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Obedience Training Needed: Needs Training
  • Exercise Needs: Moderate
  • Grooming Needs: Low
  • Shedding Amount: Moderate
  • Owner Experience Needed: Species
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

Hi, I’m Freedom!

I am a mellow and well behaved black Lab. I love to be around my human and follow her everywhere. I am shy at first, but after I warm up to the people and dogs around me, I want to play and cuddle! I enjoy the simple things in life, such as walks, playing fetch, ice cubes, and watching lizards in the backyard! I am house trained and crate trained. I do need a little training on my leash. I am the sweetest dog in the whole world, and I am looking for someone to be just as sweet to me.

My ideal family will love the adventurousness and fun of a Labrador, be ready and committed to training me, have a rock solid exercise plan, and love big dogs and all that brings!

More about Freedom

Good with Adults, Requires a yard, Cratetrained, Playful, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent, Goofy


How do I adopt?

If you are interested in adopting from TSBR - please review our adoption process. We require an application and home visit prior to being considered for adoption.

TSBR is a foster based rescue program and does not have a shelter or facility. Only approved adopters may meet our dogs outside of a public event.

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The mission of Texas Sporting Breed Rescue, Inc. (TSBR) is to provide for the welfare, shelter and adoption of lost, abandoned, neglected, or homeless dogs and puppies, specifically; The American Kennel Club (AKC) defined sporting group breeds - Retrievers, Setters, Pointers, Spaniels, Vizlas, Weimaraners, and Spinone Italianos; to promote the responsible care of companion animals, to actively promote spaying and neutering as the most humane means of animal control; to support heartworm education and treatment; and to provide training and education to the public related to topics such as: animal welfare, responsible dog ownership and breed information.

 
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