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KODA 10-Month-Old Black Lab 55 Pounds, Neutered

Background: Koda was surrendered to Lab Rescue as his family relocated to a place where dogs aren't allowed. They've had him since he was 8 weeks of age.

What Koda's Foster Says: Koda is a gorgeous black Lab. At 10 months old, he is still a puppy in the way he walks and bounces when chasing a ball. He loves playing catch and will bring the ball back to you but does not release it. That is where a second ball is handy. He then will drop the first ball to go after the second one. He can become easily excited but then when things quiet down, he will take a nap. He is good on walks. Not excited about squirrels or cats. He's been with me for two days and so far, I haven't heard him bark.

We are working on housetraining and he is doing well.

He is crate trained and sleeps through the night quietly.

He has a soft mouth when taking treats.

He knows sit and come. Likes to play with toys. When allowed, he will jump on people. Once the excitement is over, he will stop jumping.

What Koda's Rescue Rep Says: Koda is a very sweet young pup at 10 months of age. He will require a home where he can be a part of the family, a semi-active home where he will receive daily walks (not just backyard exercise), an enclosed backyard where he can run and play, a home where he won't be left alone for long stretches of the day and one that is committed to basic obedience training including housetraining.

Medical: Koda is up-to-date on core vaccines and is neutered. He is due to be heartworm tested and microchipped.

Located In: San Jose.

If you are interested in adopting this sweet boy please contact Rescue Rep Kris @ krisellen.nm@gmail.com

Please note our service area: GGLRR adopts to the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

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