MAPLE AND ASH

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Video: Tulip, Maple, and Ash having fun at their foster home

Video: The three puppies at the Stockton shelter

Video: Ash and Maple and Tulip loving life








Maple and Ash 5-month-old Lab mix siblings 35 pounds each

Background:Found as strays on the streets of Stockton, the shelter asked if we could take them into our program as the shelter was severely overcrowded. Their sibling Tulip has already been adopted.

What Their Rescue Rep Says: We are thinking that they are Lab/border collie mixes… but we really are not sure. Maple is a female and Ash is a male. They are active and playful. Romp, romp, romp. Wrassle, wrassle, wrassle. Then zzzzzzz. They are both going through that jumpy and bitey (sharp puppy teeth) phase of young dog development. They sleep thru the night with nary a peep, and are doing great on their house-training work. They want to play with my old 9-year-old Lab “Diesel” -- and he wants nothing to do with their craziness.

Medical: Both pups had some health challenges when they first joined the Lab Rescue program. Ash and Maple were found to have parvo virus and other ailments. They have bounced back from their illnesses and are ready to take on the world. They are microchipped and current on Rabies and Bordetella vax. Need a distemper booster vax in a few weeks. Will be neutered/spayed down the road.

Located in: Placerville

If you are interested in adopting one of these adorable pups, please contact Rescue Rep Dave at david.c.ely@sbcglobal.net.


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

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