Abby

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ABBY: 3-4 Months old Black Female Lab / McNab Shepherd Mix – Not Spayed

Abby and her three siblings were abandoned in a field and Animal Control rescued them and took them to the Ukiah shelter. Ukiah reached out to GGLRR to see if we could help Abby find her new home!

What Abby’s Foster says: Abby is one quick learner, quickly learning to use the pet doors and I would say she is 99 percent house trained. She is great with my 10 and 13 year old boys but she can be a bundle of puppy energy. She went to a family gathering of 20 people, with chickens on the property— no problem (the chickens are fenced in). She roamed around and settled into the middle of the party; happy to be there. She is a work in progress for leash skills and obedience, has ignored dogs on our walks, and was fine interacting with the one dog at the family party.

What Abby’s Rescue Rep says: We are looking for a home for Abby where someone will be around and knows what an active young lab mix will be. You need the time for exercise and training. Abby seems great with other dogs and wants to explore the world. We feel Abby was not treated the best so she does take a few minutes to warm up to some people. If you come with treats you are her new best friend. She is great with other dogs and seems to be pretty calm around them. Abby always seems to have a smile on her face no matter what she has been though. Abby is a great dog and will make a wonderful new addition to your pack.

Medical information: Abby is up to date on her shots & microchipped. We need to arrange to get Abby spayed.

Abby is located in: Santa Rosa.

If you are interested in Abby, please contact liz@jobshopsf.com

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