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Note: If you are interested in adopting a lab you must first submit an Adoption Application to Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue. We can not guarantee that the dog that you are interested in will still be available after your application has been reviewed and processed.  However, we rescue more great dogs every week, and we update our web site daily!

 

 Cee Bee

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Age

5 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

70 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Yes!

Cats

No! They are too much fun to chase.

Children

Older children are okay.

Leash

Yes!

Personality

Hi my name is CeeBee. I grew up in Houston, Texas as a stray and feel very lucky I came to Colorado (I experienced snow for the first time and love it!). I’m happiest playing with tennis balls and stuffed animals, going on walks, and playing with my foster sister Sadie. When I am really excited I love to do zoomies around the house! I love my foster sister, Sadie, because she will play rough with me and doesn't get mad when I play rough back. Being very active and willing to play with me every day is a must. I also love treats, belly rubs, and cuddling. Sometimes I think I am a lap dog. Be prepared for me to sit on your lap and give you kisses! I do get a little anxious and nervous in new places and around new people and dogs, so, I need someone who is patient and understands me (my foster parents can let you in on what works best for me in new situations! It’s as simple as a squeaky ball or treat). I am a very happy dog and I look forward to meeting someone who will be my best friend.

Story

Cee Bee is a stray from Houston, Texas

Thanks

to AJ and Jen for being great fosters to Cee Bee!!

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 Bartholomew aka Bart

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Age

1 year

Breed

Black Lab Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

50 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Yes, however, he needs love, guidance, and supervision when around smaller dogs. Bart is very playful and still learning social cues, his size, and his strength. Bart does well with dogs equal in size or larger.

Cats

No, Bart likes to chase cats and wouldn't be the best pal for a cat.

Children

No young children.

Leash

Working on leash manners. Bart is working on not pulling on the leash.

Personality

Hello! My name is Bart! I’m a 1 year old Lab mix and am looking for my perfect furr-ever home! If you’re looking for a fun-loving pup that has energy to spare, I might be the dog for you. I love to play with other dogs, do zoomies, go for walks, give kisses, cuddle and be a puppy. I know “sit” and am working on “down.” I am a shy dog in new situations and with new people, have high energy, and still learning not to jump on people… So, I would do best in a home without young kids and small dogs. I need an owner that can help me with my confidence in meeting new people and new situations; and understands it might take me a few days to become comfortable in a new home and environment. I also have a mild limp from a bone not growing right… my foster parents can fill you in on it. I am doing just fine despite the limp and love to be active and be with my humans.

Story

Bart is a rescue from Rogers, Arkansas.

Thanks

to Jen and AJ for being great fosters to Bart!!

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 Brooks

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Age

1.5 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

Tall and skinny

House Trained

Yes!

Other Dogs

Would do well with other dogs that are younger and he can play with.

Cats

TBD

Children

Would do best with older children as he has a lot of energy and needs someone who is old enough to keep up with his training.

Leash

Pretty good.

Personality

Hi there, my name is Brooks! I’m a 2 year old Lab/Greyhound mix and am looking for my perfect forever home! If you’re looking for a fun-loving pup that has lots of energy to spare, I might be the one. I’ve just completed a board and train with my trainer to learn how to be a more balanced dog and so far, I kinda like this being balanced thing! I love to play with other dogs and when you see me get the zoomies, you’ll know I’ve got some greyhound in me! I know Sit, Shake, Down, Place, and Come. I have a silly personality and my trainer lady calls me a goofball a lot—and when you get to know me, I’ll show you my super cute smile! Because of my energy level, I’d be best in a home without young kids and I do need an owner that can help me with my confidence in meeting new people and new situations. But, my nice trainer lady is ready and willing to teach you everything you need to know to help us bond the right way! I even come with 3 free training sessions! If you think we could be a match, you can apply to meet me! My trainer lady says we might need to meet a couple times just to make sure we’re comfortable together before I come home.

Story

Brooks is originally from Joplin.  Brooks has spent a lot of his young life in a cage and came to RMLR with very little confidence. He's done really well with his training and is ready for his forever home!

Thanks

to our volunteers for being great fosters to Brooks!!

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 Tiny

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Age

8 months

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes

Size

35-40lbs right now

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Tiny loves other dogs. She lived with her brother for the first 6 months of her life and they were best buddies. They liked to play like crazy puppies - running, chasing, rough-housing, and all of that fun stuff. Her foster siblings don't necessarily like puppies, and they've told her as much so she leaves them alone for the most part. She'd really love to be in a house with another playful dog, but she'd do ok by herself too.

Cats

TBD, but she'd probably to fine

Children

Tiny would do great with kids. The only concern would be with kids stuff that might be laying around - toys, clothes, etc. She likes to steal things, so if the kids stuff is picked up then it will be fine. If there are toys laying around, they will quickly disappear!

Leash

She's not so good on a leash yet, mostly she just pulls. She's not too big yet, and never had any leash training. With a little training, she should do much better on a leash!

Personality

Tiny is on the smaller side and probably won't get too big (but who knows) - maybe 45-60lbs max, if that. She really likes to play and will drag every single toy out every day. She always had her brother to play with, but since he got adopted she's learning how to entertain herself and play with people. She likes to run after a ball if you throw it for her, but she's not so into bringing it back yet. When Tiny first arrived, she was into everything - literally everything she could get her teeth on. Now that she's gotten used to what is a toy and what's not a toy, she's been better about playing with toys. She will still steal shoes, clothes, hats, and plant leaves if given the opportunity (after all, she's a puppy!). We just pick everything up and keep closet doors shut and that solves the problem of Tiny stealing things she shouldn't! Tiny is crate trained and does fine with her crate. She has also learned to sleep on the bed at night and makes it all the way through the night without having to go potty.

Story

Tiny is a stray from Arkansas

Thanks

to Jo & Paul for being great fosters to Tiny!!

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 Layla

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Age

2 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes

Size

Layla came to RMLR at a whopping 93.6lbs. She is probably down to about 74lbs and still needs to lose about 5lbs of fat and gain about 5lbs of muscle.

House Trained

Yes and no. She still has accidents at night when left out and during the day. She is crate trained and does not go in the crate.

Other Dogs

Yes. She is into younger dogs who want to play but is also content with dogs who do not want to play. She is respectful of all dogs and with engage in play or leave them alone.

Cats

Yes. Layla is super respectful of the kitties. She just wants to lick them.

Children

Yes but Layla needs a home without smaller children as she jumps on people when excited. Or she would need to be monitored very closely with younger children until her jumping is corrected.

Leash

Working on it. Lyla used to pull constantly and try to pull you to every car. We have been using a training collar and she is doing much better at heeling and not trying to get into every car in the parking lot. She still needs a little reinforcement but she has been doing great.

Personality

When I picked Layla (aka Lyla) up, she was this chubby, goofy lab. When I weighed her at the vet I couldn't believe she was 93.6 lbs. I knew she was over weight, but I didn't expect her to weigh that much. Lyla has probably lost about 20lbs already and she is very close to her ideal weight. Lyla has a history of allergies - see her story for her progress. Lyla is your typical lab. She loves playing fetch, unless it is outside, then she just wants to romp around and play with people and other dogs. She even learned how to go to the top of the stairs and drop the ball down to play fetch with herself. While Lyla doesn't have interest in playing with my dogs (one is old and isn't active anymore, one has no interest in playing with Lyla so she leaves her alone, and she ignores the newest puppy), she has become best buds with my friends dog and they are inseparable. Lyla was very rambunctious when she first got to RMLR. She didn't know any commands except shake. With a lot of hard work, Lyla knows a ton of commands and she no longer tries to run out the front door when it is opened. She sits and waits patiently, even after I walk out the door and leave it open. With a little bit more work, Lyla would be a very good off leash dog, but until she listens better and her recall is perfected, she needs to stay leashed. Lyla loves trips to the dog park. We go to a small one so there are usually only 2-3 dogs at any given time. She plays with any dog she can and when she is done, she walks to the gate and waits for me to take her home. When she first went, she was still really overweight and only wanted to stay for about 10 minutes. Now she stays anywhere from 1-2 hours to play and explore. Lyla is a super sweet pup who occasionally thinks she is a lap dog and she really wants someone to love and spoil her as much as I do. Lyla still has a little bit of ways to go, but she is shaping up to be a pretty great dog.

Story

Lyla was a local surrender due to her continually allergies, scratching, and fur loss. Her previous owners tried multiple rounds of antibiotics and steroids, which provided only temporary relief from the allergies. What Lyla really needed was a complete reboot of her system. She was doing good for the first few weeks, until she pulled all the fur off her back and opened wounds in multiple places due to biting and scratching. We didn't know why until it clicked a few weeks later. About 2 days after Lyla was given her Heartworm Preventative is when she started to pull her fur out. We believe that the HW medication is what caused her to pull her fur out. When this happened, we thought it was a food allergy that caused it. Lyla went and got a holistic allergy test done and out of over 100 things, she tested for allergies on 29 of them. It took about 2-3 days and a ton of research, but we were finally able to find her a food that did not contain any of her allergies. Lyla will need to be on this specific food probably for the rest of her life, which can be found at many local pet supply stores. She is currently on a half dry/ half wet food mixture to help reduce the carbs to help with yeast. We believe that her immune system was damaged by vaccines and we have been working on getting her gut all healed up. She has been doing bioresonance treatments to help. While she is still missing quite a bit of fur, she is finally at a place where is is coming back in and she is no longer excessively scratching, just the typical itch now and then. She is on a few supplements, which what ever she has left will go with her to her forever home.

Thanks

to Laken, Sophia, and Kitty for being great fosters to Layla!!

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 Luke

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Age

6 years

Breed

Black Lab Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

Luke is a large dog, but he only weighs about 60 pounds right now. Expect his ideal weight around 80 lbs. He has a beautiful coat with interesting white markings on his chest, snout and paws.

House Trained

Yes, Luke is house trained.

Other Dogs

Luke needs time to adjust and get comfortable with new dogs. Still learning his manners!

Cats

Not sure yet – will update ASAP.

Children

Luke is good with kids – he has a very easy-going personality. He is usually timid around with new people.

Leash

Luke needs some leash training, but she is generally cooperative during walks in the park/neighborhood.

Personality

Luke is a friendly and playful lab with lots of love to give! He has a very unique look which makes him appear to be much older. Luke loves to be petted and he will remind you when the attention is not sufficient! He is quiet around the house, only barking at the occasional visitor to the front door. Luke loves getting outdoors and exploring his territory. He doesn’t like going into the crate, but is slowly adjusting to it when I’m away. Overall, Luke is a fantastic dog who needs a fun and energetic family to care for him!

Story

Luke is a rescue from Houston, Texas.

Thanks

to our volunteers for being great fosters to Luke!!

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 Cowboy

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Age

5 years

Breed

Black Lab Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

Medium - 58 lb - needs to gain a few pounds

House Trained

Mostly - had a couple accidents on the first day.

Other Dogs

We haven't encountered any other dogs yet. He seemed to do just fine with the other dog on his transport.

Cats

TBD

Children

There are no children in Cowboys foster home. I would assume that he would be just fine with kids above 7.

Leash

Does very good on the leash.

Personality

Cowboy is a fun loving boy that just enjoys hanging with his people. He is somewhat shy and timid in new situations but with some encouragement seems to acclimate pretty quickly. He LOVES tennis balls. He is very food motivated (no food aggression). He does okay in the crate when we are gone and sleeps all night on his dog bed in my room. This guy is very loving and just needs some special attention for a little while to give him a second chance at life.

Story

We don't know much about Cowboy other than he comes from Houston, TX. He has tested positive for heart worm and and just begun his treatment plan. He will need to be kept fairly quiet (little to no exercise) during his treatment. Cowboy will be a great addition to any family that can give him love and patience and much support during this unfortunate journey.

Thanks

to Beth and Kristen for being great fosters to Cowboy!!

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 Aggie

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Age

7 isn years- intake vet said 7-9 but doesn't act like it!

Breed

Chocolate Lab mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes- in February

Size

50lbs, but underweight - she is a very petite lab and will be around mid 50’s when she gets to a healthy weight.

House Trained

Yes – she will sometimes go and stand near the back door when she needs to go out or she will run around the house.

Other Dogs

Probably - she has taken about 3 weeks to get comfortable with her 2 foster brothers. She is unsure how to play with them.

Cats

TBD

Children

Yes - She is fostered in a house with a 10-year-old and does well with him, but she has a happy tail that hurts, so would recommend that kids be older than 5-8 yrs old.

Leash

She does well on a leash - doesn’t pull you over, but will just need a little repetition as she has a variable speed when walking. The one time she will pull is when a rabbit is moving near.

Personality

Aggie can be little timid when you first meet her, but once she is comfortable around you, she doesn’t show that when meeting new people and has shown she loves meeting new people. She knows a few commands like sit and lay down, but is not always consistent, however she is getting better every day. She is a dog that loves to be near her humans. She has a fun, playful personality, but is also happy to chill and lounge at your feet. She would love nothing better than to cuddle on the couch or bed with you as well, if you let her. She does a very good job of convincing you that you should let her. She may also need a some patience. She has a little separation anxiety that we are helping her work through. She will need a place where her everyone is willing to continue the training and have alternate places where she can hang out so she doesn’t have to be left alone for very long, if necessary, until she works through this. In the little time we have been working with her, she has shown improvement. She is still trying to figure out how to play with her foster brothers. She really wants to play, but still learning how.

Story

Aggie hails from Missouri. She is exemplifies the happy lab and would love nothing better than to have a forever home where she could romp and play.

Thanks

to the Connors for being great fosters to Aggie!!!

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 Max

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Age

2.5 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

Medium - 55lbs

House Trained

Yes!

Other Dogs

Max would do well with other dogs who are respectful of his space. He would do fine as an only dog, or would be ok with an older laid back dog. He probably wouldn't like a puppy or younger dog who wanted to play and jump on him all of the time.

Cats

TBD

Children

Max would probably do well with children, but he is shy and might be overwhelmed with really young kids.

Leash

Max is pretty good on the leash!

Personality

Max is a laid back guy and just wants someone to give him love, attention, and cookies! Max is pretty shy when you first meet him as he's not quite sure about strangers. Some dogs will jump on you and lick you in the face right away - but not Max. He would rather you ignore him than try to pet him right away. Delicious treats speed up the process of him liking you though! He comes around pretty quickly and is a very friendly guy after he gets to know you. He went on a car ride to the vet with a volunteer he didn't know - on the way to the vet he sat quietly in the back of the car, scared. On the way home he was so happy that he had his front paws on the center console and his face right beside the volunteer! If you are willing to give Max a few days to settle in, he will be a good pal for you!

Story

Max was originally adopted from RMLR about a year ago. He had some issues with one of the dogs in the house and had to be returned. He's been evaluated by one of RMLR's amazing trainers and they said that he does really well in social groups with other dogs as long as they are respectful of his space.

Thanks

to RMLR volunteers for being great fosters to Max!!

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 Denver

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Age

7 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

53 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

He is curious meeting other dogs but indifferent about playing with them

Cats

He has seen one from a distance and showed no interest. Rabbits have run across his path and he has not chased them

Children

Small children make him nervous with loud noises and sudden movements

Leash

Needs some work... he is a tad stubborn!

Personality

Denver is an independent, gentle but timid dog. He gets frightened from sudden noises and movements. He loves his crate and relaxes in it. He is slowly becoming more confident. Denver loves sleeping in, long walks, and watching the world go by from the deck in our backyard.

Story

Denver was suddenly separated from the only owner he ever knew when he/she was placed in a nursing home. He seemed very sad and stressed when he first moved in with us but is becoming more trusting as time goes on. Sudden noises or movements make Denver very anxious and he begins to cower and shiver. His left eye is mending from an eye infection. He is sweet and cooperative when we have to put drops in. He does not shed or drool, does not guard his food, or jump up on the furniture. He gets super excited when we get ready to go on walks. He is absolutely fine going into his kennel and napping while we are away, but is happy to see us when we return. Although his personality is still revealing itself as he gets used to his new surroundings, we think Denver would do best in a calm household where he could have a forever family to love and trust. 

Thanks

to Diana and Talbot for being great fosters to Denver!!

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 Quinn

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Age

10 years

Breed

Lab

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

75 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Yes, gets along very well with other dogs

Cats

TBD

Children

He hasn't been around any but has a very sweet disposition

Leash

Good

Personality

Quinn is a very sweet senior boy who is looking for a home where he can live out his golden years with lots of love and relaxation. He has some arthritis that prevents him from being very active but what he lacks in his activity level, he makes up for with his sweet disposition.

Story

Quinn is a rescue from Joplin

Thanks

to Greg for being a great foster to Quinn!!

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 Elway

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Age

2-3 years

Breed

Chocolate Lab Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

65-70 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Not sure yet. He gets along great with my dog, no problem when I first brought him to my house. He still gets along with my dog, they are buds. He has been aggressive towards other dogs that come over to my house or other dogs while I walk him on a a leash. He is just being protective over me. He does not do this when I am not around. We are going to get him some training.

Cats

Yes, does fine with our cat.

Children

Wonderful with kids and people.

Leash

Needs some training, pulls.

Personality

Elway is a special dog and we are so glad we had an opportunity to save him. I picked him up from the Adams County Shelter because his past owners dropped him off to be put down because of his allergies. When I picked him up, his skin and ears were covered in yeast and he chewed off all of his hair and had no hair around his eyes. I am assuming that his owners left him outside and didn't give him any attention either due to his smell. I immediately gave him a special bath everyday and put him on a raw dog food diet, along with a long list of vitamins and herbs to get his intestines back in shape and kill the yeast. We also did a vaccine detox which was when we really saw improvement. We did get his allergies tested. Elway needs to be on a very specific food and treat diet forever. We have found what works for him. He also likes to eat everything (socks, toilet paper, etc.,) so we make sure that everything is picked up. Again, we are working with Elway on training because he is still a pup. He is a very fast learner. We just had to focus on his allergies first. Elway is about 90% healed. You would never believe he is the same dog I picked up from the shelter. Elway loves to snuggle, he loves attention, loves to play fetch, chew on bones, and lay by my feet, has the funniest personality - he barks softly as he talks to you and sleeps on our bed with his legs in the air, jumps on the tramp with us, and is very lovable and so good with people. He is a typical lab. We just need to get him some training to allow for other dogs to come around his owner as he likes to be protective. We are so glad Elway will have a 2nd chance. I included some before and after photos so you can see his progress.

Story

Owner surrender to Adams county shelter due to allergies.

Thanks

to Lexie for being a great foster to Elway!!

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 Jax

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Age

1-3 years

Breed

Yellow Lab Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

Larger, 75lbs. He is very muscular and could probably gain a few as he fills out.

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Jax is very excited to meet other dogs- pulling and barking when on the leash. Even though he does come on strong, he has been friendly with every dog he has met. When another dog has growled at him, he has just ignored them and walked away. Once he has met the other dog, he is happy to keep moving. He plays well with our dog and is really good with sharing toys.

Cats

He is very excited to meet our cat and has so far very enthusiastically licked her! Unsure if a cat would like to live with him, but think it's possible if the cat was more dominant.

Children

As Jax is a strong dog who has tendency to jump up (it almost seems jumping up and putting his feet on your shoulders night be something he was taught to do), we would recommend kids older than 12.

Leash

Needs work. He is much better with a harness and can walk well with limited distractions. He is very strong, so needs someone equally strong to control him. He has really improved when meeting/passing people but we are still working on controlling his excitement to meet other dogs.

Personality

Jax is an energetic and loving lab that is happy to meet new people and dogs. He knows sit and is quickly learning wait, stay and lie down. He is food motivated and becoming more focussed during training. He doesn't know his own strength and and is a huge lover. He may do better in a home as the only dog as he likes to play hard and could do with some one-on-one attention to work on his manners. Having said that, he also might benefit by learning from a well trained dog, as long as they are compatible. A yard with a tall fence would be ideal as he is an impressive jumper. Jax does really well in his crate and now happily goes in. He is fabulous at night, sleeping on a blanket in our room. Jax needs someone willing to put in time to train him, but so far we have been really impressed by how fast he is learning. He is very eager to please and loves nothing more than to be close to you and hang out. Jax is fast becoming our dogs best friend and our loyal companion.

Story

Jax is from Joplin, MO. He was adopted and then returned as he grew too big for his family.

Thanks

to Tegan & Ethan for being great fosters to Jax!!

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 Gibson

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Age

10 years

Breed

Labrador Retriever

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

90 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Excellent

Cats

Unknown

Children

Unknown

Leash

Likes to pull

Personality

Such a loving, enthusiastic, interactive seasoned Lab                                                                                                                             .

Story

Ended up in a shelter and owner chose not to reclaim this delightful boy.

Thanks

to our volunteers for being great fosters to Gibson!!

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CROSSPOSTS

These ARE NOT Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue Dogs.  Please use the contact information listed if you are interested in learning more about any of the dogs below.  
 

Jessie

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Jessie - Two year old female black lab mix.   Jessie is a sweet, gentle, deserving young girl who is very much in need of a loving, calm and patient foster or permanent home.    A former single mom, she was initially in foster with Every Creature Counts with her young puppies.  She bonded with her foster Mom, but was afraid of others.  Once her puppies could be adopted, she came back to the shelter.  Jessie has trust issues to overcome and has made little progress in the shelter environment.  She seems to bond with the volunteers in a one on one situation (mostly women), and will walk in the dog pack, but she still feels safest back in her kennel.  She very much enjoys the company of other dogs, particularly females, and does have a playful side with them.  Being in a permanent or foster home with other dogs would be very good for her.   She has had the companionship of several canine friends at the shelter, but eventually they are adopted and she is alone again.   Please consider giving this sweet girl a chance to experience the joyful, happy life she was meant to live.   Jessie is available through Every Creature Counts, a no-kill animal shelter located in Ft. Lupton.  For more information please contact dogs@everycreaturecounts.org.   Thank you!
 

Rex

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Rex is a 50 lb four year old Lab/English Pointer mix who would love an active family who goes on walks, hikes, and/or runs. He is a very sweet dog and loves all people. Due to his high prey instinct he doesn't get along with other dogs or cats. He loves to play with toys and chew on bones. He also likes to play fetch but is still learning how to bring it back. He is neutered, up to date on his shots, microchipped, and house trained. Contact info for online is - Animal Rescue Volunteers    Phone # - (805) 579-8047