Pet Name: Bailey

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Bailey is an almost 1.5 yr old intact female chocolate Labrador retriever. She HAS to be monitored when eating. Even with a slow feed bowl she chokes and ends up puking if she eats too fast. We feed her a little bit at a time, smaller amounts of good food within a 10 minute time frame works best. She is on the skinnier side, but we believe this is from her high energy and being anxious. She can’t seem to put on any more weight than what she already has. She is good with other big dogs. Not small dogs. She is crate trained, house trained, and she is used to being in a big dog run for play. She is currently living on a 2 acre farm, so we believe room to run is what is best. No apartment living.

POSTING DATE: 12/21/2019

Pet Name: Max

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Max is a 2 yr old intact male chocolate Labrador retriever. He has not had much training as we are at work most of the day. He does like to try and escape from his cage and still chews up stuff if left alone. He loves to be petted and loved on, he still thinks he is a lap dog! He is potty trained and is good off the chain in the yard, he has never ran off. He needs lots of room to run and burn off his energy. He needs a forever home that will give him lots of attention!

POSTING DATE: 12/22/2019

Locally Owned pets needing a new home

Below are adoptable dogs needing a new home because their owners have had a lifestyle change requiring them to find a new home for their pet.   Please be aware that the dogs posted on this page are courtesy listings.  These dogs do not belong to Wish Bone Canine Rescue; we have not assessed or examined them.  All information provided has been submitted by the owners; we cannot verify its accuracy.  For additional information or to adopt, please contact the owner listed. 

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