Mari is a three-year-old Labrador mix and Torbay is a ten-month-old Labrador Retriever
Mari was found with her two puppies in a bad neighborhood searching for food and water. They were rescued and brought to safety where they will never have to search for food and shelter again. Mari is a very sweet, well-mannered little girl. She is petite for a lab and loves to cuddle. She is extremely affectionate and would love to be a couch potato. She is still learning to be a dog so might need some training since she has never learned to be a part of a family. Mari is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you are interested in meeting Marni, please fill out an application. Her adoption fee is $250. Mari is about 3 years old and weighs about 35 pounds.
Torbay came to us from a high kill shelter in New Mexico. He is a beautiful chocolate Labrador, between 8 and 10 months old (as of Dec 2017) We named him after a city in Labrador, Canada. Seemed fitting for him. He has an excellent disposition, loves people and other dogs. Torbay has a calm demeanor about him but needs someone who is willing to work on basic commands. Torbay rides great in the car and does walk nicely on the leash. He is housetrained. Like all our dogs, Torbay is neutered, micro chipped and fully vaccinated. We also run bloodwork on our dogs to make sure there at no hidden problems.
If you are interested in meeting this very special boy, please visit our homepage, www.luckydogrescue.org and fill out an application which you will find under his bio or email us directly Dee@luckydogrescue.org. His adoption fee is $300.
Lucky Dog Rescue and Lucky Huskies are all foster-based and all volunteer-run organizations. Any money donated to us goes directly to the care of our dogs. We are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are always looking for new foster homes and volunteers that share our passion. Please feel free to email us for more information on how to donate or volunteer at Dee@luckydogrescue.org
Please visit our homepage to learn more about us and our dogs at www.luckydogrescue.org
If you can’t adopt right now, why not consider fostering a dog? Fostering dogs helps us save dogs from high killer shelters. We provide anything monetary your foster dogs will need; you provide the love and a comfy home. For more info please email us at Dee@LuckyDogRescue.org