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Hi. I’m Sammy! I’m 4 years old and a big, strong boy approx 70 lbs. I am completely house trained and love to get my daily treats. I know how to sit, stay and to lay down on command. If you love to garden , I promise to chase all the squirrels out of your yard so they won’t get your tomatoes. Don’t forget how strong I am. Because of this I feel like I need a pack leader that’s stronger than me. I would really like a single man, or maybe a couple. I might be a bit too strong and stubborn for a family with young children but maybe teens would be ok. I love to do zoomies around the yard everyday and play with toys. My previous owner said I did not like to be groomed so he had me shaved but my coat is growing back nicely. One day soon I will have a beautiful bushy full coat again. Sammy loves dogs, people and children outside of the home however in his home he is a bit territorial so we are recommending that he be an only dog.
This sweet boy is a gentle love bug! He just wants to be with people. While foster mom works from home, his favorite place is curled up right by her office chair. His favorite things include going for walks, dental chews, and belly rubs! Rusty does fine with other dogs, but he gets anxious around loud barking and busy environments. We have not tested him with cats. He would do best in a home as either the only pet or with a low key companion and no young children. Rusty is approx 9 years young, 45lbs, heartworm negative, and available for adoption. He is currently being fostered in the Houston area.
This sweet older gent is mostly a lab with some chow mixed in. He loves to run and play, and gets along well with other dogs. He is gentle and had no issues at the vet. He must have been a construction worker in another life as boy, can he dig some impressive holes and fast - he is a digging machine! Sarge’s perfect family will have a fenced in yard but will also be 100% committed to keeping an eye on him and not leaving him unattended because he will dig himself out. He needs exercise and mental engagement, like most labs do and would benefit tremendously from obedience training and an owner who will work with him daily to enforce good habits and build a strong bond. He was a stray for a long time and deserves the love of a great household. He’s about 8 years old and weighs 56 pounds.