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Name: Frasier ♥ - ADOPTED 01.28.22
Rescue ID: D210091
Adoption Fee: 400
Breed: Labrador RetrieverLearn more about the Labrador Retriever.
Sex: Male (not neutered, but will be before adoption)
Current Size: 80 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 6 Years 4 Months (best estimate)
Activity Level: Moderately Active
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Kids: Yes
We are looking for a home for Frasier that has no other dogs or cats not because he doesn’t get along with them but because he needs to remain calm for the next few months. Frasier has tested positive for heartworm and is in the process of going through treatment. The cost of his treatment is fully covered by the recuse. His “calm” period will go through, at least, the end of March 2022. This means he will not be able to play, run or go for walks until after treatment. Potty breaks must be done on a 6-foot leash only even if a fenced yard is available to him. At times using a crate may be necessary to keep him calm. He is not neutered yet because he will have to test negative for heartworm first. The cost of his neuter will also be covered by the rescue when that time comes. After all of his treatment he should resume a normal lab life and have no issues. Frasier also suffers from separation anxiety and is on medication to help him through this hard time. Someone who is not gone for long periods of time is best.
A little about Frasier’s personality:
Last Day Dog Rescue now microchips all animals before adoption. Microchips are implanted between the animals shoulder blades and are a permanent form of identification. The microchips are registered to Last Day Dog Rescue with the adopter's info added once adopted. If the animal is ever lost and slips his/her collar/tags the microchip allows the finder to know who to contact if scanned for a microchip. Animals MUST still have a collar with tags on at all times. Per our contract, we take all our animals back if for any reason you can't keep your adopted animal.
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