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Max: 3 Year-Old Male American Lab, Neutered, 58 Pounds

Max's family had to make a tough decision to re home him, as both parents work long hours, and their three young children have medical needs that require attention to frequent appointments and their overall care.

They've had Max since he was a puppy and know that he would do better with a family where he's not left alone for long stretches of the day, a home where he can get the attention and exercise (both mental and physical) a young, energetic American Lab requires.

Max will do best with an active family that can provide him with a lot of exercise and attention. He does exhibit prey drive and working with a trainer would be beneficial. Max would do well with another large dog, or as an only dog.

After less than a week in his foster home, this is what Max's Foster Says: Max is doing well. He is friendly, happy and very cautious of new situations and places. He loves to go for walks and run in a secure open field with my Lab. He shows absolutely no aggression and loves to sleep at my feet while I work from home. He is very playful with other dogs but needs to develop better social skills with them. He knows basic commands and does have prey drive, but can be redirected. He is very good and loving with all people. He loves to ride in the car. Max has a beautiful black coat, brown eyes, and gives gentle kisses and takes greats gently. Max will do best in a home where someone is with him for most of the day.

Medical information: Max is neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on vaccinations.

Max is located in: Mountain View

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