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BELLA: 4-year-old female – yellow- 75 lbs
(Lab Rescue is working on getting Bella spayed)

Background: Beautiful Bella was left with friends of the family, and they never returned for her. Now, fast forward two years later, her family has called Lab Rescue to help find Bella a new home. They are moving, and they can’t take Bella with them.

What Bella’s Owner Says: Bella is a friendly sweet girl, which needs some training. She is a smart girl that listens and will learn fast.

What Bella’s Rescue Rep Says: Bella is a sweet girl, she is very excitable at this time and may jump on you to greet. She lives with another Lab; they are fine together. Bella has been around children ages two to nine years old; she does like to try and climb all over them, so dog savvy children would be the best home for her. When Bella does get out and about, she does pull on the leash. Bella will need consistent walks and guidance on what is expected of her. Right now, Bella is outside during the day, and at nights, she sleeps in a dog house. She at one time was house trained, and very happy to sleep in her crate, with time and patience, she will get there again. Lab Rescue will be looking for a home that will give her Leadership and training and welcome her into their home as part of the family. A home where she is not left for long periods of time and can keep her active. Bella is overweight, more exercise and proper food portions will slim her down nicely.

Medical Information: Lab Rescue is working on getting Bella spayed, up to date on her shots, Heart Worm tested and microchipped.

Bella is located in: Cotati.

If you are interested in Bella, please contact Liz at

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