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Female Labrador Puppies: 4 Months-Old, 28 Lbs and Growing (Lab Rescue will Coordinate Spay with Adopter)

Background: We have two black female puppies, born October 9. They were from an "oops" litter and were surrendered to us by the owner of both parents. There were six total, and the owner was able to find homes for the other four litter mates.

We picked up the puppies a week ago and placed them in a foster home. They had not been exposed to the outside world so everything was very new and they, especially Lily, were skittish and quite afraid. However, it didn't take either of them long to come out of their shells and they are doing very well socializing with the foster family, their children and their own dogs.

Here's what the foster says:

Lily is a 28 lb Black lab (mix) approx. 15 weeks. She is a rambunctious puppy with tons of energy and lots of love. Like any puppy of her age, she is curious, mischievous and so cute. Lily has long legs and good sized feet, I have no doubt that she will be a good-sized adult. As lab puppies can be, Lily is a cuddler, she will greet her humans as soon as they are near. She will settle down for a nice pet and will enjoy some play time. Lily enjoys playing with other dogs, kids, adults and probably anyone who would be willing to give her a few minutes.

Lilly is crate trained and sleeps well through the night. She is outgoing and the more dominant of the pair.

At 27 lbs, Ginny is the slightly smaller of the pair. Her shiny black coat is beautiful and her sweet lab eyes will have your heart melting for her. Ginny will follow the pack into the unexplored wilds of the back yard and is interested in learning more about all of the wild creatures there. Ginny will spend her days chasing butterflies, taunting squirrels and sleeping in the sun. Ginny's natural curiosity and her eagerness to please indicate that she will be an easily trainable girl. Ginny is beginning to show off her beautiful point, and I have no doubts that those gophers she is focused on are terrified.

Ginny is crate trained and also sleeps well through the night. She is more independent than her sister but still will come in from her adventures for a good rub down.

What the Rep says:

We are looking for a home where they won't be left alone and one that can commit to training. We are searching for a family that understands puppies require a lot of time, patience, and consistency. They are not quite house trained yet and are typical puppies that chew and love to play.

Lab rescue pays for all their shots, spay/neuter and microchip. You must go to one of our vets to have the full medical bill taken care of. If you use your vet them only a portion can be paid for. Adoption fee is $450 and spay and neuter deposit is $400

Puppies are located in: Oakley.
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Our volunteers donate their personal time & phones so please only call during reasonable hours (8am - 8pm). The Rescue Rep identified in the dog posting is the only person with information about the dog - please only contact the designated volunteer. We do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week; we do not have a facility where the dogs are housed, they are in foster homes throughout the Bay Area.