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Archer -- 6-week-old Lab Mix Puppies

Background: Autumn – the mom of the puppies was brought into the Sonoma shelter on February 20th with her four puppies. The people who brought her into the shelter said they found them off Highway 116. GGLRR was notified of the dogs and pulled them from the shelter on Feb. 24.

What Our Evailuator Says:
Archer – Boy – Bigger – maybe Lab / Sheppard (tan & black): This sweet little man is the only boy in our foster family. As the “odd-one-out”, Arch is far from an ugly duckling. He wins the award for *Prettiest Eyes* and the “Most Likely To: be found in the middle of a cuddle pile”. Archer is very loving, attentive, and observant. We are getting to see more and more of his joyful personality every day! Archie loves toys, playing with his sisters, and finding a soft lap to curl up on after a good puppy play session. This cuddly boy would be a great addition to a family with another dog to play with, or as an only child with willing human playmates.

Grace – Girl – Bigger – Lab Mix (black): Our biggest girl and bundle of fun, Grace is all about play! This girl has never missed an opportunity to wrestle with her siblings or start a good game of tug. Grace is outgoing, adventurous, and playful. She’s never found a toy she doesn’t like! We think Grace would be a great fit in a house with a playful canine sibling or human playmate.

Ivy – Girl – Smaller – Lab Mix (black): Our littlest girl and lap-dog of love, Ivy knows how to use those puppy dog eyes to get her way. We cannot sit on the floor without Ivy wiggling her way into our laps. Ivy is sweet, happy, and playful but takes her cuddling very seriously. Ivy is adaptable and would do well in any loving home, as long as extra affection is included.

Willow – Girl – Medium Size – Lab Mix (golden): Our sweetest and most sensitive girl! Willow loves to play with her siblings but enjoys some alone time when she’s done. This girl may take some time to open up but once she does, she’ll be your very best friend. She loves to curl up in your lap or with one of her siblings. She is sweet, spunky, and very playful. Willow would do well in a home that would be willing to give her the time and space to let her true colors shine, either as an only child or with a housemate that would give her the space she needs!

What Puppies' Rescue Rep Says: Playing, sleeping, pooping and eating and then repeating! (Puppies are great but you need to be prepared to have an active dog in your home for the next 5 plus years.). Everything is a fun game! They have been well socialized, met a variety of people and kids. All are very social and tolerant. These puppies will be very active and you need to be their leader!.

Medical: They have their first shots and have been dewormed. We have gotten them into the vet for well check and fecals. 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 then only a portion can be paid for. Adoption fee is $550 and spay and neuter deposit is $400.

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

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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.