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Female Young Labrador Retriever (mixed)

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About Cola

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Cola is a 1 year old 52 lb Labrador Retriever mix (probably a mix but she has all of the lab qualities). She is a lover of everything (except for cats).  She always greets you with a smile and lots of kisses.   She is just a pup starting to figure things out.  She walks well on a leash but is very interested in everything and sometimes it is hard to keep her moving.  A little leash training would help.  She rides well in the car, happy to watch the world go by.  Cola will do well with other dogs in the house but no cats please, she is a little too interested in the felines for everybody's good.  From what we have seen, she is fine with children.  Cola seems like she would be a grand addition to your cat-less family.



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Ok with kids
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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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