Are you ready for a 100% labby girl? If you are, then meet Cora! This girl is so unbelievably CUTE no one in her foster home can stop watching her. No matter what she does, she is just CUTE, CUTE, CUTE! She’s an adorable English butterball (she could definitely afford to lose a few pounds), with the short little tank body, blocky head, jowly muzzle, sweetest dark brown eyes and the squishiest face ever! She’s a busy, silly, happy girl, and she takes that happiness everywhere she goes and gives it to everyone who glances her way! WAG WAG WAG!
Cora came into a tough, high-kill shelter with her brother Winston. We had to wait a little bit longer for her, because she was microchipped, but her owners never came so we stepped in to make sure this happy girl got to keep spreading all that silly, happy love around. We couldn’t bear the thought of anything happening to her, because she’s just a perfect teddy bear of a lab.
Cora loves EVERYTHING. That pretty much sums it up. She loves everyone she meets, kids, adults, other dogs. She plays ball, hikes, goes to the dog park. She loves water and swimming! She even loves a bath! She loves to eat. She cuddles on the couch. She loves her yard. She likes to watch you brush your teeth. She loves toys. She loves television. She loves to snore and sleep. She loves to give kisses. She likes to wake you up by licking your face. She’s the licky alarm clock you can’t snooze and can’t turn off! Can you imagine waking up to that much love every day? Unfortunately, she also loves to chew her butt, a habit she got in while she was bored in the shelter. She’s got a little hot spot, but it’s nothing that some Gold’s powder and Bitter Apple won’t clear up!
Cora’s got a couple other silly quirks. She likes to play in her water bowl. She’s a messy drinker and eater. She’s a face nibbler. She can be a little bit jumpy, though she’s getting better about this every day. She might nibble on your hand if you place it down when she’s excited. And Cora thinks the whole world is there for her to love – and for no other reason. She’d be very surprised if there was anywhere she wasn’t welcome or any time you didn’t want her enthusiastic kisses.
She’s a very busy girl, rushing about in the house, checking out all the corners, finding her toys, throwing her ball to herself, checking on all the people who live there. She does settle after a bit, but she likes to have lots of little exercise sessions every day in addition to the one big one you’ll probably want to give her in the morning. If you want to throw the ball, she likes that for about six or seven tries, then she’s willing to sleep for an hour or two. Cora doesn’t walk anywhere! She hops, trots or runs wherever she goes, because everyone needs her kisses - on the double! She loves to go for car rides and let her muzzle hang out of the window just a bit. She waits nicely there if you have to go in for a minute.
The perfect home for Cora would have a nice doggy friend or lots of trips every week to the dog park. She is very social and LOVES doggy friends. She probably should be with older kids 7 and up, as she can jump up, and she sometimes mouthes your jaw or hands. The ideal set up would be to have someone home with her a lot, because she is a very busy and active girl, and she likes her exercise broken up a bit. We worry that if someone expected her to be by herself a lot, she might find things to destroy, though she hasn’t done that in her foster home at all. She doesn’t have or need a lot of training, but she does pull on leash, and needs to be walked on a pinch until she is leash trained.
Cora is about 2 years old (but still very puppyish and silly), housebroken, spayed, up-to-date on all shots.
Roxy 3 adopted!
Meet Roxy3! What a sweet young Lab! This little girl is about 1 year old. She is a chocolate female Labrador who is a dark chocolate with darling eyes and she just loves to give kisses!
Roxy is still just a puppy so she's a small girl at only about 53 lbs. She will grow to be about 60-65 lbs as an adult so she will be a nice small size Labrador.
Roxy was found as a stray and made her way to one of the highest kill shelters in California. We quickly rescued this girl to ensure she finds a great new home. Roxy is a puppy who doesn't know her commands just yet, but we are working on them. She will be a great candidate for a puppy obedience class to continue to learn her basic commands.
This little girl has a loving, playful temperament. She gets along beautifully with all other dogs. She loves to play fetch - always bringing the ball back to you, although she is still learning that she needs to give the ball back in order to have you throw it again (silly girl).
She walks well on leash, rarely pulling, but as a puppy, she is often distracted by exciting things outside - especially birds and squirrels and of couse the excitement of meeting another dog. Once nose to nose, Roxy is quite gentle and submissive in meeting other dogs. Then she quickly moves to wanting to make friends and play.
Roxy is a medium energy Labrador. She's still a young girl, so she is playful and needs plenty of exercise but she settles very well in the house. She will love dog beach, hiking and long walks and will even be your jogging partner!
Roxy is crate trained and does well in her crate with a bone or two to keep her from getting bored. She is not yet 100% on her housebreaking skills but we are getting close. We feel certain she will be 100% on her potty skills very, very shortly, but as any new dog, she should be watched at first in her new home.
Roxy will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion to play with or in a home where someone is home much of the time for now, since she is still a young Lab.
She will need a home where someone is committed to doing a nice dog obedience class with her to continue her training. And since she is a puppy still, she is bound to make mistakes including potty accidents, playing with things that aren't her toys and the like. So patience and commitment are paramount for her new family.
This little girl is jumpy and wiggly, so best placed with kids over 7. She also loves her toys, and therefore can be a little puppy mouthy, so again, children over 7 are best for this young girl.
Roxy is a young Labrador, so that means daily exercise and socialization every single day for her. She will not do well left alone in a back yard all day. She will require regular exercise before settling in the home.
Roxy is a good girl in the car. At first she is excited and can be a bit wiggly, but ultimately she settles well and will lay down while you drive.
Roxy is spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped!
Meet Scooby! Scooby is a darling black male Labrador Retriever with a gorgeous shiny healthy coat and a beautiful face. This 2 year old boy is the sweetest thing. All he wants is love, love, love.
Scooby's biggest asset is his love of other dogs. He is amazing with them. Loves to go to dog park and gets along with everyone. Everywhere Scooby goes he makes friends.
Scooby is a total velcro Lab like most Labs. He really wants to be right with his person all the time. He loves to be pet and cuddled and would love to sleep at the foot of your bed on a soft doggie pillow.
Scooby is also pretty good with cats. Depending on the kitty, he can be a little too curious, but once kitty tells him off, he knows who's boss.
Scooby is a young boy who needs good daily exercise. Trips to dog park or a nice jog or walk every day is important for this young boy. He will love you forever if you take him to dog park to play with friends.
Scooby will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion. He prefers it that way. It would be nice if he can have a doggie friend close to his age to play with. He will also do fine as your one and only, but only if you are around a lot as he gets bummed out if he's left alone for hours on end.
Scooby is totally trustworthy in the house alone. He's not a chewer and is completely housebroken. He's also a good boy in the care.
Scooby is afraid of storms and rain. he doesn't freak out but he will get scared, try to hide. Luckily we live in Sunny California, so Scooby doesn't have to deal with rain too much. We personally think lots of trips to dog park in the rain would cure this fear seeing all the other dogs run around in the rain.
Scooby is great with little kids and will do great in a home with them - he would love to sleep in their room!
Scooby is a good boy on the leash and just lovely meeting other dogs while on leash. He's just a happy Lab.
This beauty came to us from a high kill shelter where he was in danger. We rescued Scooby just in the nick of time. Like always, it's pretty hard to believe we found this beautiful lab in a shelter fighting for his life.
Scooby is just a really wonderful, loving, and gentle family dog.
Scooby is healthy, neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccines.
Walter is a darling, 1 year old purebred Labrador Retriever male. He's a wiggly, happy guy who is just about 65 lbs - so not a huge guy, and is more short and stocky (Englishy) than tall and thin (Fieldy). And he has a beautiful blocky head.
He has about the cutest face ever and a gorgeous buttery coat. EVERYONE comments on how adorable this boy is!
This happy guy loves everyone and every dog. He's just a go with the flow boy who likes to have fun.
Walter love the tennis ball and especially loves to go hiking on the trails with the other dogs he is fostered with. He really enjoys their company and does very well off leash.
On leash he is ok, but still tends to pull a tad. But that is getting much better too.
Walter never learned his basic commands so he is learning them now. He likes to please and is a quick learner.
Walter is not destructive in the house. He is not a barker, digger or chewer either.
Walter does tend to jump up on you to say hi. He's not a big lab and it's easy to correct him and he is learning not to do it at all, but because he may jump, he is probably not the best choice for tiny toddlers. He will do great with kids over 6 or 7 though and would really enjoy them.
Walter is not a high energy dog. He's a more medium energy guy who loves to go for his walks and especially go on the trails. He will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion or will do fine alone if someone is around some of the time. Because he is only 1 year old, long days alone may get really boring for him and young dogs can get into trouble alone for hours on end.
Walter is housebroken and well behaved. His worst habit which he is overcoming is his lack of enthusiasm to jump into the car. He will sit and hope you pick him up. It's just that he clearly never went many places in a car before, but he is learning very quickly that going in the car means going hiking or to dog park so he is getting MUCH better at getting in.
Walter would love to do a puppy obedience or basic obedience class with his new owner to get him on track and help cement the bond between him and his new family.
He is really an amazing dog who is very beautiful and has a great heart.
Walter is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped.
Lady Bird adopted!
What a doll! This is Lady Bird and she IS such a lady. This lovely purebred BEAUTIFUL American female Labrador is perfectly bred to her standard. She is graceful and stunning with a glossy shiny coat like we've never seen before. And what a personality... Lady Bird is the best.
This lovely creature is slightly shy and sweet. She is a submissive and mellow girl who is very gentle and calm. She can take just a bit to warm up to new people but then it's all over because she falls in love with you and you with her.
Lady Bird is about 3 years old and medium sized at about 65 lbs. She is tall and thin like a beautiful colt. And she is very dainty in her walk.
Lady Bird is a quiet girl who is perfection in the house. She loves her walks and daily exercise and also loves to settle down at your feet at home being your constant companion.
It's hard to imagine that this doe like love came to us from an extremely high kill Inland shelter where she was scheduled to be put to sleep the very day we got her due to space constraints.
The sad truth is we have too many dogs and too few people who spay and neuter. The end result is perfect dogs like Lady Bird being killed because we have too many dogs. This is the single best reason to adopt! Why not save a life if you can?
Lady Bird is great with other dogs and will do beautifully with another friendly canine companion. She is a gentle girl and not too, too playful though she does like her toys on occasion.
She will do fine with older gentle children. But we prefer not to place her with toddlers just because we think she would be happiest without constant crazy commotion - not because she wouldn't be lovely with them.
We do not know how Lady Bird will do with kitties so we will not place her with them.
Lady Bird is perfect in the home, non-destructive, and housebroken. She would like a loving family that will give her good daily walks and lots of loving attention.
Lady Bird is healthy, up to date on vaccines, spayed and microchipped.
Weimaraner puppies adopted!
We have 3 lovely purebred female Weimaraner puppies looking for new loving homes. They are AKC registered Weims.
These babies are darling and sweet. They are 12 weeks old and came to us from a family that had an accidental litter. We want to find only the best homes for each of these girls.
Because they are still babies, we are looking for puppy committed homes where at least one person is home most of the time for the next couple of months.
They each will need a puppy proofed home, lots of puppy socialization, and after their final set of puppy shots - a nice puppy obedience class.
Because they are babies we are ok placing them with kitties. Having another young friendly dog is ok too.
These guys cannot go to dog park or other public areas until their final puppy vaccines are complete.
Puppies have had their first shots. Families must provide follow up shots and keep puppies at HOME until all rounds of shots are complete to avoid Parvo and Distemper common to puppies. Until all shots are finished puppies should never go out into the world.
Meet Annabella! What a sweet young Lab! This little girl is about 6 months old and is just DARLING! She is a black female Labrador who is a gentle, loving girl.
Annabella is still just a puppy so she's a small girl at only about 42 lbs. She will grow to be about 60 lbs as an adult so she will be a nice small size Labrador.
Annabella was found as a stray and made her way to one of the highest kill shelters in California. We quickly rescued this girl to ensure she finds a great new home. She is a gentle pup, and at a young age, she is still learning about the outside world and getting used to all the doggie socializing activities like dog park and the like.
She gets along well with all other dogs, and likes to bark at dogs to get them to play with her. She is still learning that she doesn't need to bark in greeting other dogs, but she is lovely when she interacts with them. She is fostered with a 7 year old female lab and the two get along very well.
Annabella loves her soft squeaky toys, and mostly likes to carry them around in her mouth. She is a DREAM to walk on leash - no pulling at all, just walks with her person - always checking in to be sure she's not walking too fast or too slow! Of course she will still chase a teasing squirrel - that's so much fun for a puppy!
Annabella is a low-medium energy Labrador. She's still a young girl, so she is playful and needs good exercise but she settles beautifully in the house and as she matures will eventually be a low-moderate energy girl.
Annabella knows come, sit, and down, and is very obedient in the house!! She loves to just sit at your feet and watch you making dinner. When she's not sure what to do, she simply sits down like the pretty girl she is and waits patiently. She is crate trained and does well in her crate with a bone to keep her from getting bored. She will whine at first for a couple minutes, but then just settles down to rest. She has not had any potty accidents in the house, but as any new dog, she should be watched at first in her new home.
Annabella will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion or in a home where someone is home much of the time for now, since she is still a young Lab, and doesn't like to be left alone for long periods.
She will need a home where someone is committed to doing a nice dog obedience class with her to continue her training. And since she is a puppy still, she is bound to make mistakes including potty accidents, playing with things that aren't her toys and the like. So patience and commitment are paramount for her new family.
This little girl is not mouthy for a puppy so she is actually a candidate for families with kids. She can be known to gently put her paws up on you for attention and love, but she is easily redirected. Of course, like most labs, she is a playful, wiggly girl, who could still knock a toddler down. Families just need to be sure they have the time a young dog requires if they also have little ones.
Annabella is a young Labrador, so that means daily exercise and socialization every single day for her. She will not do well left alone in a back yard all day. She will require regular walks, and would love trips to dog park, dog beach, and even hiking.
She is a very good girl in the car, she settles beautifully and just sits or lays down while you drive. In fact, she remains in the back of the SUV without even trying to jump up to the front seats!
Annabella is up to date on vaccines, microchipped and spayed!
Cyrus is a happy, darling, handsome yellow male Labrador puppy. He has the most adorable furrowed brows that makes him extra cute. Cyrus is just about 1 year and about 60 lbs of pure adorable Labbie.
Cyrus showed up at a nice lady's house one day, skinny and hungry with no tags, collar or chip. After all attempts to find his home failed, she called us as she has 5 dogs of her own.
Like a typical lab pup he is loving and smart, playful and can be non stop! Young Labradors are active dogs that love to play and need plenty of daily exercise.
He loves people and other dogs and would be a good match for someone who is around a good bit to give him structure and reinforce his basic training with ample amounts of exercise to keep him tired! Another young playful companion would be excellent because silly Cyrus can play all day.
One of the Indi dogs in his pictures is Blossom the Beauty Queen who was immediately smitten with him! Although she is twice his size, they wrestled and played and did nicely as a threesome with another Lab Ellie Belle too!
Cyrus is fostered with a male 3 yo German Shepard and they play all day! He is also fostered with a mellow middle aged male Labrador who gives Cyrus lots of puppy corrections when he gets too playful. Cyrus seems unfazed by Jake's corrections and doesn't always take the hint, so no older dogs beyond the play stage for this youngster please.
Cyrus is adorable and will likely be a medium sized dog at 75 pounds when he is full grown and filled out.
He will respond well to learning his leash skills on a pinch collar, or an Easy Walker Harness with he loop attachment in the front and his new family should plan on a basic obedience class with him.
He is a wonderful candidate for the dog park, trips to the beach and a family with older children over age 7.
This gentleman sits for treats and takes them gently and is easy sharing toys and bones with people and canine pals.
Cyrus will do best in an active puppy proofed home with things like remotes, cell phones, etc. put away. He should have plenty of appropriate toys to play with, daily trips to dog park, lots of exercise, and even another playful canine companion.
Meet Ashleigh! A cheery and darling 10 month old female purebred Weimaraner puppy. This beauty queen is an absolute doll baby who is so full of happiness, wiggles, and love you just have to smile and hug her when she is near.
This girl is a beautiful purebred Weim with a natural undocked tail. She has lovely conformation and is truly beautiful.
What's unbelievable to us is that we saved her life pulling her from a very high kill Los Angeles County shelter! We thought " what is this dog doing here?!!!" But there she was wiggling and smiling and asking us to play.
Ashleigh is just a great dog. She absolutely loves, loves, loves other dogs - all dogs and is lovely with them. Her doggie manners are just perfect and other dogs seem to love her too.
Ashleigh is a playful, friendly, young girl with plenty of fun loving energy and the desire to explore her world.
She hasn't had much training and is still a puppy so a nice puppy basic obedience class is in order and would be a wonderful way for Ashleigh to learn a few things while bonding with her new owner.
Not only is Ashleigh a puppy, she is also a Weimaraner! So that means she likes to spend a lot of time with her person and will do best with another friendly canine companion - preferable one that is on the young side and likes to play and cuddle with her. This little girl has all the makings of perfection as her temperament is just outstanding. Our volunteer was just blown away by her sweetness when she was evaluated for intake.
Ashleigh will do great with lots of trips to dog park so she can see lots of other doggies, play, work out some energy, and continue her socialization skills with other dogs which are great already.
Ashleigh walks pretty well on the leash. She sometimes need a few corrections and will need lots of practice to be perfect, but she should never be walked on a pinch collar as Weimaraners do not react well to pinch collars and generally need mild correction. A gentle leader will be fine or a nice martingale collar.
Ashleigh is a good girl in the house and settles nicely after having lots of exercise. But she is young and curious and prone to boredom like all puppies - especially the Weimaraners - so lots of appropriate toys are in order. And it's always important to puppy proof your home for any young dog by putting things like remote controls, cell phones, sunglasses, and other interesting and valuable objects safely away.
Ashleigh will do fine with children since she loves every body, but we prefer to only place her with children over the age of 7. We do not know how Ashleigh will do with kitties so unless we find out in the near future we will not place her with them.
Ashleigh is a carefree sweetheart who will do best with committed owners who will continue her socialization with people and other dogs and who will provide her an obedience class as well as commit to lots of daily exercise, park trips, dog beach and other fun and active activities that will allow her to drain her energy and have fun.
She will not do well in a home left alone all day or where she is not given enough exercise or attention since she is so young.
Ashleigh is a healthy, happy purebred Weimaraner who has been spayed, is up to date on vaccines, and is microchipped.
Meet Buttercup, a sweet butterball yellow female purebred Labrador of just about 2 years. She is your typical wiggly, bouncy, happy lab!
This doll baby is just 65 lbs. She is a lighter yellow with a pretty face and a constant smile. She has lighter eyes and is a dudley - a rare lab indeed!
It's hard to believe this gorgeous and wonderful purebred Lab was rescued by us from the single worst and most high kill shelter in the state of California where she was in immediate danger of euthanasia. To see a dog this beautiful and this sweet just blows your mind! But here she is and we couldn't be happier to have this jewel of a Lab in our rescue looking for the very best forever home.
Buttercup is very good with other dogs. She loves her trips to the dog park and playdates with other dogs.
Buttercup would do best in a home where she need not spend long days alone or where she has another dog playmate to spend their days together playing & keeping each other company.
Because she is still a young girl at 2, she does need good daily exercise. She loves trips to the dog park, hiking, beach trips, and perhaps even jogging/running with her person is best for her exercise.
Buttercup is a happy, wiggly, bouncy lab and when glad to see you she likes to jump. We are working on this and she is doing better. She will do good with children, but may be a little too bouncy for toddlers. Since she is young and loves toys so much she sometimes tends to be a little Labby mouthy. So again, probably not the best choice for children under 5 years of age.
Buttercup is a good girl in the car and house. She is not yet 100% on her housebreaking skills but we are getting close. This is partly her anxiety over losing her home. We feel certain she will be 100% on her potty skills very, very shortly.
She doesn't love to jump into the car, but with a little help, she is in and she rides very well. She likes to stick her nose out the window, and then ultimately just lay down to enjoy the ride.
Buttercup knows sit, and wants to give you her paw to shake, but she could use a refresher of her other commands. She is food oriented, so training her should be pretty easy. And she takes her treats so gently - what a good girl she is!
We will not place Buttercup with kitties, as she barks at them when she sees them.
Buttercup is pretty good on leash, although she does like to pull some. When walked with a pinch collar or gentle leader she does great!
She is a typical lab liking the water. She got a bath in her foster home and although she wasn't thrilled to get in the tub, once in, she loved the water and did very well getting lathered up! She's now clean and smells good for her new family to meet her!
Buttercup is healthy, spayed, and up to date on vaccines.
Here’s Tyson, the silliest, cutest chocolate purebred labby boy around! This dog has such a sweet smile and humorous expression on his face that almost no one can stop laughing when he’s around. When you laugh, he wags his big otter tail at double-speed!
This beautiful 1-2 year old purebred boy is a perfect sized English stocky blockheaded Lab who is a sight to behold, but his good looks are only a small part of how wonderful this dog is.
Tyson loves toys and kids. Or kids and toys. Well, it would be hard to say which he loves more. He loves when kids play with him. He loves when kids watch him. He even loves to watch kids play video games. He loves soft toys. He loves chew toys. He even loves toys that make his gums bleed. He can tell the difference between his toys and your things, but he still loves a sock or two when he can find one .... after all he is still a youngster. His favorite thing is when kids play with him AND his toys. He loves to drag a toy over to whichever kids are around and see if they want to play, too. He’s so cute and funny! We love to watch him go through the toy box and find just the right one!
Despite his playfulness, Tyson is still a medium energy guy. He loves his walk in the morning, and boy, he’ll be ready for another one when you get home in the evening, but in the house, he’s very pleasant and super mellow. He’s always looking for a playmate, but he settles nicely when he sees the rest of the family is busy.
He’s a chubby, cuddly teddy bear! If you are still, he will cuddle up to you and wait till you are ready to play. He’s not destructive in the house or a chewer (except with his own toys). An added bonus is he crates very nicely and relaxes in there.
Tyson would love a doggy-buddy. He’s very well socialized and loves to play with other dogs he meets on his walks or in the dog park. He would love doggy play dates if he’s an only dog.
Tyson is a beautiful, chocolate lab, but a little sun-bleached from spending lots of time in the yard (which he loves). Luckily now he can be in the house too and not stuck as an outside only dog so his beautiful coat will darken in short order.
He is a stocky, English type but still on the small side. He is a tad overweight and could probably stand to lose a few pounds. But he is super-cute (and still very fast) at his current weight. He loves walks but needs to be walked on a pinch collar for now.
Tyson is kid, dog, and cat-friendly. He’s cat curious, so he’d be better off with a cat that could hold his own, but he’s not barky or aggressive with cats.
He gets in the car easily and happily, and he’s very relaxed in the car and would make a great errand-running pal.
He’s up-to-date on vaccines, micro-chipped, and neutered.
Meet Bennett, a big goofy purebred yellow male Labrador of 2 years and about 98 lbs. This gentle giant boy is a pale yellow color with a handsome blocky head. He's beautiful of course but he's just as sweet as he is handsome.
This boy came to us when his owners were no longer able to keep him due to financial difficulties. He had been living with a caring family with 2 toddlers where he was very loved. When Bennett got to us, he needed a good vet check up, neuter, microchip, vaccines, and he had a hot spot to treat. Now that all is well, he is ready for his new forever family to take him home and fall in love.
Bennett is a big boy, but he is a very gentle boy. He is excellent with children, though he could knock toddlers down. As stated he did come from a home with toddlers and did very well, but any dog of large stature can tumble a toddler so that should be considered.
Bennett loves all people. He's a wiggly wagger and loves attention like any Labrador. He's definitely a little disoriented over losing him home and as such he likes to keep close to his person during this transition.
Bennett loves his walks and is very good on leash. But because he's a big boy it is nice to walk him on a pinch collar even though he mostly does fine without one. He passes other dogs nicely and says hello to everyone passing by.
Bennett is good with other dogs and enjoys dog park. He will stand his ground however if an unfriendly dog picks on him. But overall he is very good with other dogs and loves to make friends. Now that he is neutered we expect dominant male dogs will be less mean to him too which is especially nice as he loves to make friends with everyone.
Bennett is a good boy in the car and settles nicely. He's a good boy in the house too and is pretty good about his crate. He tends to whine a bit at first and after a few minutes he is quiet and lovely in his crate sleeping through the night.
Bennett will do best in a home where as a young Lab he will get good solid daily exercise appropriate for a 2 year old. If he is to left lone during the day, his new owners will want to be sure he has a good long walk before they leave. He will enjoy trips to dog park, dog beach, and hiking too.
Bennett is a medium energy Labrador who does very well so long as he gets his daily exercise like all Labs. He is not high energy or hyper and settles down beautifully in the house after a nice park trip.
Bennett is good with his food and shared toys nicely with his foster Labby sister.
He will do great with another friendly canine companion to share time with and may do well as your one and only too.
Bennett knows sit and down. It would be nice if his new family would take a new doggie obedience course with him or work with him a bit to cement their bond since he is a youngster.
Meet Ashton, a gorgeous yellow Labrador male of only about 1 year. This lovely lad has a beautiful soft coat that you want to pet constantly and he loves to be brushed.
Ashton is a submissive boy who is excellent with other dogs big and small and kitties. And he loves all people including children. He is wonderful with toddlers and children. He has outstanding temperament and will be a perfect addition to any family. He will do great with children though any lab can knock over little toddlers so his family needs to consider that. But we do think he is a great dog to have with kids.
If you have kitties this boy is a great choice. He just wants to be friends.
Ashton came to us from a high kill shelter where he was found as a stray. Again, unbelievable! This boy is such a PRIZE and so gorgeous. No one will believe he came from a shelter.
Ashton is currently in a foster home with a 2 year old female Labrador and a 6 year old male Pug. He loves his foster siblings and everyone gets along great!
Ashton is a young boy so he will do best in a home where he will get lots of nice daily exercise, trips to the dog park and dog beach, and would love to go hiking or even jogging with you if you like.
Ashton is learning his basic commands. He knows "sit" and has learned "shake"! He is learning quickly and LOVES to please his person. He loves his walks and walks nicely with a pinch collar or a gentle leader and will continue to improve his leash skills. Ashton is a good boy inside the car, he is a gentleman and settles beautifully.
Ashton loves dog park and has lots and lots of friends. He adores other dogs and is the happiest foy. He is fostered in Redondo Beach.
Ashton is a healthy boy who is neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped.
He’s the sweetest, most loving chocolate labby boy ever!Griff has a gorgeous block head,
expectant eyes, the plushest, softest coat with a nice wide back. He is a
lighter chocolate with a liver nose and amber colored eyes. He is
a big boy of 80 pounds and in terrific shape!
Griffey came from a high-kill shelter where he was in danger
of being put to sleep. He was so scared and anxious after
being there that when we took him out of the kennel, he tried to burrow his way
inside our volunteer’s chest! A few minutes later, Griffey saw some other dogs
and began wagging his tail. We knew he’d make someone an adorable friend! He is
now being fostered with four other dogs and has perfect doggie manners and
loves the other dogs he’s fostered with.
He loves his foster family even more.
Whenever they sit down, he presents himself to be petted, loved on and kissed.
He loves to lean against your knees as you hug and kiss him. He is thrilled to
sleep at your feet. He is a wagger and a lover, and he has the most expressive
eyes ever. His sweet labby smile brightens the whole room. No one in his foster
family can help but smile (and laugh) when he smiles.
Griff walks beautifully on leash, always one step behind his
leader. He is completely
housebroken and not destructive in the house.
He can be a little bit shy at first, but he warms up quickly. He needs a nice, relaxed household
where he can just get used to the routine and know what to expect. He's so
gentle and not mouthy so would be fine with smaller children. He might need
more transition time, with kids, and he would definitely need a crate placed
away from the activity if placed in a busy household or with young kids. He is
not hostile or nervous, he’s just happier when there are fewer surprises.
knows some commands. He’s polite and gentle ALWAYS. He doesn’t have any
separation anxiety at his foster home and goes quietly into his crate when left
alone. He doesn’t like to get in the car, but we’re working on this. Once in
the car, he relaxes nicely. He is a careful and delicate
eater, not a typical piglet-lab type and he doesn’t counter-surf!
Griffey loves to sit with family members
while they read or watch television. He loves to nap with his family and is the
most cuddly dog ever. If you let him sit with his front paws in your lap, he
will happily fall asleep with his head against your chest. . He is not a
high-energy boy, but once you walk him, you will never want to go home again!
Your neighbors will think you’re the most amazing trainer and start trying to
hire you! His exercise needs are very moderate for such a young dog; a walk,
morning and night would do the trick. He is not a barker and not destructive.
He is just a little anxious at times, and with love, exercise and rules, he
will relax and just be a ball of sweetness. We have enjoyed watching him become
less anxious and seeing the big, labby smile more and more every day.
He is 1-2 years old, neutered, micro-chipped and up-to-date
Meet Brogan! Brogan is a beautiful purebred male Labrador that is sort of an "English" or Bench Bred style white male Lab but he is much larger than the typical English Labrador. He has a nice block head and a stunningly gorgeous white coat.
He is also a Dudley which means he has the under coloring of a chocolate Labrador (liver colored nose, pink rimmed eyes) and the gorgeous almost white coat of a pale yellow Labrador. He is a big gorgeous marshmallow!
Brogan is between 2-3 years old and is a big boy weighing 103lbs. He is a beautifully bred Lab with a nice stocky conformation and a perfect blocky head.
This boy is more than just looks though. He is the sweetest, nicest, happiest Lab in the world and is so easy going he is nothing but pure pleasure to be with.
Brogan is a wiggly, happy Lab that loves everyone and everything. He is very well mannered on the leash and rides excellently in the car giving kisses the entire time.
We believe Brogan would do especially well with children and toddlers. He takes treats very gently and is not a jumper nor is he particularly mouthy like many Labs can be. But he is a big boy so he could knock a toddler down without meaning too so that must be considered.
Brogan is just lovely with other dogs he meets. He is being fostered with a 2 yr old chocolate female lab and a 6 yr old male pug so he's good with little dogs as well. He is getting along very well in his new foster home.
Brogan is very submissive with people and a real cuddler and lover. He really loves to give kisses! He is just the best boy to snuggle down with at home and love on.
Brogan takes correction well and really wants to please. He knows his basic commands sit and shake and he is very easily trainable as he is obedient, intelligent, and wants to make his person happy. He is also completely housebroken and non destructive in the house. You do not need to worry about leaving this boy alone.
He is a very, very mellow boy with lower to medium energy and will do best in a home with plenty of nice walks, loving and cuddling.
We do not know how Brogan will do with cats therefore; we may not want to place him in a home with them.
Brogan is a beautiful dog with excellent temperament. It's hard not to fall in love with Brogan as he is like a big stuffed white bear cub.
Brogan is neutered, up to date on all vaccines, and microchipped.
Chloe 4 adopted!
Awe this is little Chloe! What a doll! This little girl is a 7 month old purebred AKC registered female Labrador who is beyond perfection. Happy, sweet, smart, eager to please and ADORABLE are a few thoughts that come to mind....
Chloe is still just a puppy so she's a small girl at only about 48 lbs. She will grow to be about 60 as an adult so she won't be a huge Labrador. She is in excellent health with a deep dark shiny chocolate coat and beautiful amber eyes.
This little girl has outstanding temperament. She is a submissive girl who gets on beautifully with all other dogs. She loves to play and is having great fun at dog park and with her foster siblings and other friends.
Chloe plays nicely sharing her toys and space like a lady. She is a favorite among the other dogs because of how nice her doggie socialization skills are.
Chloe is a medium energy Labrador. She's a baby so is playful and needs plenty of exercise but she settles beautifully in the house and as she matures will eventually be a moderate energy girl.
Chloe knows sit, stay, down, shake, and even roll over!!!! She is potty trained too!
Chloe will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion to play with and would do best where someone is home much of the time for now anyway since she is still a puppy.
She will need a home where someone is committed to doing a nice puppy obedience class with her and to continuing her training. And since she is a baby still, she is bound to make mistakes including potty accidents, playing with things that aren't her toys and the like. So patience and commitment are paramount for her new family.
This little girl is not mouthy for a puppy and rarely jumps up on anyone so she is actually a candidate for families with toddlers and little kids. Families just need to be sure they have the time a puppy requires if they also have little ones.
Chloe is a puppy so that means daily exercise and socialization every single day for her. She will not do well in a back yard all day. She would love trips to dog beach and dog park and even hiking.
We do not know how Chloe will do with kitties but we will try to find out soon.
This little girl is a prize and deserves the very best of all homes.
This is Lucky Boy, a gorgeous hunk of purebred male yellow Labrador. This 5-6 year old boy is a big guy at about 98 lbs and is just a snuggly, wiggly lover.
Lucky is a super mellow, easy going boy. He's a low to medium energy boy who settles beautifully in the house. He enjoys a nice good walk and that's really about all he needs though he does enjoy the occasional romp with his foster Labby brother Mulligan - a black male Lab.
Lucky loves people and loves his foster dog. He enjoys nothing more than being pet and being by your side. However he's also a very good boy alone in the yard too and enjoys rolling in the grass, sniffing the flowers, and laying in the sun. What could be better?
Lucky is a good choice for families with kitties as he basically ignores them.
Lucky is wonderful with other dogs when off leash. His foster dad has had several dogs over to babysit including a few little tiny dogs and Lucky is a gentleman and happy to be friends with all. He has also had other foster Labs stay with him and has gotten along beautifully with them.
When on leash, Lucky may or may not be reactive and bark at other dogs. We are working on this and he will do fine in many areas, but may not be the best candidate for severely crowed urban areas with tons of dogs on leash - such as the Manhattan Beach Strand or the like. In the typical neighborhood passing a dog here and there, he will do great, but having to pass dog after dog after dog, may be a little much for him.
Lucky is a dog that is so mellow and easy going he is a great choice for families with another dog about his age who work during the day and need a dog that can do great during the day.
He will do great with children also.
Lucky is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
Meet Sammy, a darling 4 year old purebred yellow Labrador with a happy smile on his face 24-7. This butterball wiggler is nothing but love all around.
Sammy is wonderful, wonderful, wonderful with all other dogs, all people and children. He's a submissive boy who cares not about being top dog and really just wants to be friends. All the dogs like him and he fits in beautifully at dog park.
This super mellow guy is very easy going. He is a medium to lower energy Lab who is just very easy to have around, but he does like to play with other dogs and he loves his walks so he certainly needs his daily exercise like any Labrador.
Sammy goes with the flow. So if you have a super busy day and can only do a 45 minute walk he'll be fine with that and still be a really good boy in the house. Then on hiking days, he'll be fine with that and enjoy a nice long hike with his best friend. He's the kind of boy you can take anywhere - to friends homes, on errands, anywhere. He is a gentleman and well behaved.
Sammy is not a digger, chewer, or barker either. He's non-destructive and he is 100% housebroken.
Sammy will do great with children too. Like any Lab of about 85 lbs, he can wiggle and a toddler could be knocked over, but he's not a hyper boy so we do think he'll do great with small kids.
Sammy is pretty good on leash, but does tend to pull when he's first starting his walks. So a pinch collar will really keep him walking nicely or a Gentle Leader would also work perfectly. Once he's walked a bit the pulling stops.
Sammy came to us from a Los Angeles city shelter. Apparently he was at one city shelter where he was not adopted. Normally either rescue will come and take a nice dog or that dog will be killed. In Sammy's case the shelter staff loved him so much that they moved him to a different Los Angeles city shelter in another location hoping he would find a home. When we heard about Sammy and went to see him, he smiled, wiggled and nuzzled up to us so that we knew he was the best boy.
Needless to say, Sammy was scooped up by volunteers that day and brought home to safety!
Sammy has an ultra soft teddy bear like yellow coat. It's think and healthy but it lacks some shine and is a little dull. With time and good food, this coat will be to die for gorgeous and the envy of all the other yellow Labs out there. He will need regular good brushings for the next month to keep the undercoat fresh and allow newer shiny fur to come through.
He has some elbow patches that tell us he was sleeping outside on concrete. Very sad as this boy is a house dog! Again, a little time sleeping inside and those will reduce and clear up nicely.
Sammy is one of those dogs with just the best heart. You can see it immediately when he looks in your eyes and smiles. He wants nothing more than to love his people and has not once ounce of aggression in his whole body. He is all about happiness and friendliness. Something we expect from a Lab with solid temperament.
Sammy is a prize. His new family will get just the best ever Labrador.
Sammy will do great with another friendly canine companion or as your one and only true love.
Sammy is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. He is a healthy boy who is a tad overweight at about 90 lbs. He will do best at a healthy weight of 80 lbs and good food and nice exercise daily will take care of this in absolutely no time. Until then, there is more fluffy teddy bear to hug on and love.
There are some Labs that are simply a TREASURE. Banter is one of those Labradors. They simply don't come any better than this amazing boy. Meet Banter, the sweetest, most playful and handsome male Lab! This purebred 2-3 year old chocolate lab is very good looking and is a fabulous combination of playful energy and nice indoor mellowness. He is a great size at about 70 pounds.
Banter has a deep dark chocolate coat, a nice blocky head and beautiful burnt sugar eyes. He has lovely conformation and his temperament is beyond outstanding.
Banter is a very easy going boy who loves to lay his head in your lap. He is extremely affectionate and loving. It's really hard not to fall for this boy. His sweetness is so genuine and his heart is so good.
Banter is a young Lab who needs his daily exercise, but he is the perfect mix of fun and easy. A nice trip to dog park, and Banter settles right in for the day. He is a calm, obedient and loyal boy who wants to please.
He loves to play fetch in the yard and will run after the ball and bring it back to you over & over again. He also does great at giving the ball back gently and sharing it with his doggie friends!
Banter is wonderful with all other dogs, enjoying his visits to the dog park and play dates with his Labbie friends - 2 female labs aged 3 and 7.
Banter came to us from the single highest kill shelter in all of California were he was found as a stray and his life was in immediate danger. He was to be put to sleep at 4 pm the day we got him out. We rescued him just in time. Hard to believe he ended up at a shelter at all because he is such an outstanding dog and beautiful purebred. But we do see this happen time and time again.
Banter knows his sit, down and come commands, however he knows those commands best when you are holding a treat or tennis ball in your hand, so he will need continued reminders of these commands in his new home. Funny how that works isn't it? Yes Banter loves his cookies.
He walks very well on a pinch collar. He heels well, but can also pull, so the pinch collar will give you more control. He also does well of leash, as he responds to the "come" command in the dog park - even around all the distractions of other excited dogs. He knows his person and heeds their commands.
Banter settles beautifully in the house after he has had his exercise. He likes to be close to you and nap at your feet or on the bed. He is housebroken and not destructive, but as any dog, he should be watched at first in his new home. He does okay when left alone - will bark at first for just a moment and then settles very well. He does okay in his crate too. He doesn't love to go in, but can be enticed in with a treat, and will settle well there too.
He is good with other dogs both big and small. He has met many other dogs both on and off leash, both big & small and he does beautifully with all of them. He would do great as an only dog - as long as he receives trips to dog park, dog beach or playdates with other dogs, as he truly enjoys having another dog around. He would also be great in a home with another doggie companion - preferably one that can be a playmate for him as he is a fun loving, playful dog.
He is a very good boy in the car, he settles beautifully and just sits or lays down while you drive. In fact, he remains in the back of the SUV without even trying to jump up to the front seats!
Banter also likes the water - he got a bath in his foster home outside and he loved the water and did very well getting lathered up! What a good boy he was!
He will do well with children over age 5, as he can be jumpy at times, though keep in mind, any playful lab can knock kids down.
Banter is a lover - he loves to lay his head in your lap and be loved! He would love the opportunity to sleep in bed with you, but he does great on a dog bed or laying on the floor next to the bed during the night. He sleeps soundly through the night knowing you are nearby.
Banter is healthy, neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped!
Meet Faline! Faline is a beautiful purebred female Labrador that is an "English" or Bench Bred style pale cream colored Lab!
She is a gorgeous girl of 3 years with the loveliest face. Faline is on the smaller side at only 60 pounds! She has a stunningly gorgeous white coat.
This girl is more than just looks though. She is a sweet, happy Lab who is easy going and settles well in the house, and a playful girl who is a pleasure to be with.
She loves all people, but will never jump to greet them! She is well mannered on the leash, walking on a regular collar and rides great in the car.
Faline came to us as one of a few lucky dogs rescued from Taiwan! We work with a rescue group (Tuapa) in Taiwan who rescues dogs in need and sends them here to us to find them wonderful new loving families. The dogs that come to us from Tuapa are just the best! They are sweet, well socialized and have wonderful temperaments! Having just come from a different country, she doesn't yet know her commands in English, but she is quickly learning "sit" and since she is food oriented, she will likely learn her other commands very quickly.
All Labs that come to us from Taiwan are extremely healthy dogs having undergone rigorous medical testing and quarantine.
Feline is currently being fostered with a 7 year old female lab and the two get along well. She has met other dogs on walks around the neighborhood, and gets along well with both small and big dogs. Feline would be great as your only dog, or with another male dog companion. Feline is a cuddler and lover. She is crate trained and goes in her crate willingly and settles right down. She is almost 100% housebroken and is learning quickly, so we are confident she will be at 100% very, very soon.
She is a mostly mellow girl with medium energy and will do best in a home with plenty of nice walks, dog park visits, and lots of love. Faline will do good with children, but may be a little too wiggly for toddlers. Since she is young and loves toys so much she sometimes tends to be a little Labby mouthy. So again, probably not the best choice for children under 5 years of age. We do not know how Feline will do with cats therefore; we will not place her in a home with them.
Faline is healthy, spayed, up to date on all vaccines, and microchipped.
Finally! It's Friday! You may have that feeling as you gaze on the pictures of this adorable, yellow labby, named Friday. He's the one you've been waiting for! Sweet, calm and absolutely gorgeous, this boy is PERFECTION! What a cutie! He's got an adorable face, sweet eyes, and he's a very nice size for a lab at 60 pounds, though could stand to put on a couple pounds.
Friday is the lone male that came to us from Taiwan this time. He has been housed with many other dogs but seems to really dig the females (unsurprisingly). He loves to play, hang out with, share toys with, drink from the water dish with any and all females he meets. We have to admit the gals seems to like him, too, Friday being the sweet, good-looking young guy he is. As with all the TUAPA dogs, he has good socialization skills and an excellent temperament. But he does MUCH better with females than with males.
We thought maybe his name should be Wags, because that's what he does. When he's happy, he wags, when he's not sure, he wags, when he's hungry, he wags, when he's - you get the idea. He's just a happy, happy boy, but unbelievably cool and mellow, too. He loves hugs, pets, kisses and just hearing you say his name or look his way will be enough to make him wag again.
Friday will be an incredibly family dog. Now, he loves to hang out in his foster family with anyone who's around. He'll watch Dad make dinner, Mom vacuum, and the little guys play games. He is the rare young dog we would happily place with young children, because he's not mouthy and his mouth is very soft. He's not a barker and not destructive. He's very mellow in the house, liking to sleep, legs splayed behind him wherever his family is. He likes toys in the house, ball outside and bed wherever he can find it.
Friday knows sit (a rarity among the TUAPA dogs, who usually know their commands in Taiwanese), and he's learning down. He can definitely tell his toys from our things, which surprised us all. He's house-trained and crate trained. He rides very nicely in the car, lying down almost the instant the car starts to move. He gets in the car easily (out is a bit more awkward, but not from lack of effort on Friday's part).
He is a bit of a food PIG, eating so enthusiastically that the food sometimes spills or he might have trouble waiting for you to put ALL of it in the dish or he will eat from the bin when you open it, but that's not unexpected for a dog whose meals might have been irregular at times in his life.
Friday would love an obedience course with his new family. We're not sure yet how he is on leash. He sometimes pulls, and other times he walks perfectly. His foster mom kept putting a pinch collar on him then discovering he didn't need it. On leash, he does need some correction as he might growl at things he finds strange, like little dogs barking at him or fire hydrants. He is rapidly learning to accept authority of the person holding the leash, though, and he responds to a quick "No" and walking on. Off-leash, in new environments, he likes to explore his environment first before making new friends. Once he feels sure that everything is good, he is happy to settle in for love, ball or sleep - whatever is appropriate.
Friday will do best in a home with another friendly female dog or as your one and only. We do not think Friday would do well placed with another male.
Friday is about four years old, up-to-date on shots and neutered.
Lisa is the most darling, petite love bunny of a Labrador ever. This little 42 pound Bench Bred (English) Labrador is a beautiful jet black shiny girl with a stunning block head and the cutest most kissable face on the planet.
Lisa is 2 years old but it's easy to mistake her for a puppy when you meet her. Not just because she is on the smaller side, but because she retains her puppy face.
This little girl is the best, best, best. She is calm, easy, sweet, just sheer perfection. Lisa loves all other dogs and all people and does well even with kitties. Just yesterday she gave a resident foster kitty a nice bath by licking her all over.
Lisa is playful and loves her toys. She is just learning about the tennis ball and retrieving but seems to really take to it well. She enjoys dog park and being with other dogs. She is submissive to all other dogs, but still very friendly and playful.
Lisa is one of our treasured TUAPA dogs from Taiwan. No dogs in Taiwan have a chance at an adoptive home, but black dogs - even purebred Labradors like Lisa, have even less than no chance. Of course when we heard about Lisa and saw her photos, we felt truly bless to welcome her into our rescue.
Lisa has outstanding temperament and unsurpassed sweetness. This little bunny is just pure joy to be with.
Lisa is still very puppyish in many ways. She will counter surf so no food left on counters in her new home. She will chew some things if left out but is learning what things are and are not her toys to play with. She is not much of a barker, doesn't dig and is not destructive - unless of course you leave your cell phone out and she mistakes it for a toy. :-)
Lisa is a very healthy girl and has a complete health exam including a quarantine period with tests for any and all common problems. She is fit, happy, and ready for love.
Lisa will do best in a home where she will be taken to dog park regularly to socialize with friends since this is where she shines. She would love a friendly canine companion of around the same age or at least a dog she may play with.
She is a young girl so daily exercise is a must even though she is a very mellow girl!
Lisa will do fine with children over 5 years of age and will do beautifully with kitties although she may still chase a kitty during play.
Lisa is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
Meet Winston, a gorgeous purebred English lab! This 2 year old yellow lab is very good looking, has a very light cream/white coat, and is as wonderful as they come!
He is a great size at about 75 pounds, and has a perfect English style block head and dreamy eyes! He has lovely conformation, no dew claws, and his temperament is outstanding as well.
Winston is a very easy going boy who loves his walks, playing fetch and just relaxing at home. He is affectionate and loving and adores just laying at your feet or next to the bed. It's really hard not to fall for this boy. His sweetness is so genuine and his heart is so good.
Winston is a young Lab who needs his daily exercise, but he is the perfect mix of fun and easy. A nice trip to dog park or a long walk and Winston will settle right down for the day. He also likes to play fetch in the backyard. He is a calm, obedient and loyal boy who wants to please.
Winston enjoys his walks and meeting lots of other dogs. He walks best on a pinch collar as he does like to pull and especially chase a teasing squirrel or two. He will pull to meet another dog, and then gently greet them by sniffing them, and then moves on - just wonderful with all dogs both big and small.
Winston came to us from a very high kill shelter in Los Angeles were he was found as a stray and his life was in danger. When we saw him, we immediately stopped in awe at this beautiful, purebred English boy who just had to be rescued by us! Hard to believe he ended up at a shelter at all because he is such an outstanding dog and beautiful boy. But we do see this happen time and time again.
Winston knows his "sit", "down" and "come" commands and is food motivated, so will easily learn more commands. That said, when he's out on his walk, the "sit" command sometimes falls on deaf ears, so he does need reminders when outside with lots of distractions.
Winston settles beautifully in the house after he has had his exercise. He likes to be close to you and nap at your feet. He doesn't have any interest in getting on furniture and is perfectly happy sleeping on his bed next to your bed. He is housebroken and not destructive, but as with any dog, he should be watched at first in his new home. He does well when left alone, and does okay in his crate too. He doesn't love to go in the crate, but once in, he settles down well and snoozes.
He would do well as an only dog as long as he receives long walks, trips to the dog park or dog beach, or hikes with his person. He would also be good in a home with another doggie companion. He is currently fostered with a 7 year old female lab and the two get along great. Winston is not overly playful with other dogs, so doesn't need a playmate, but certainly would be good as a doggie companion.
He is a very good boy in the car, he settles beautifully and just sits or lays down while you drive. In fact, he remains in the back of the SUV without even trying to jump up to the front seats!
We do not know how Winston will do with kitties, so we will not look to place him with them at this time.
Winston is a true treasure of a dog and will make one family very, very happy! As a purebred with great looks, dreamy eyes and a loving smile, Winston will surely steal your heart!
Winston is healthy, neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped!
Meet Chopper, a stunningly beautiful purebred male Weimaraner of between 1- 2 years. This youngster is unbelievably gorgeous with a beautiful coat and the most soulful amazing eyes. He will steel your heart in seconds and you won't know what hit you.
As gorgeous as this beautifully bred boy is, his looks are not the best part of him. He is just an amazing, wonderful dog.
Chopper is a young boy with lots of energy and a wonderful heart. He's a true lover and cuddler and just adores all people and is even good with children.
Chopper LOVES other dogs. He gets along beautifully with his 2 foster siblings. They love to play and share toys. And Chopper is wonderful with his food around the other dogs too. He sits and takes his treats gently and waits for the other dogs to get theirs first.
Chopper loves to go to the dog park. He runs around and greets every person entering and every new dog with wiggles and smiles. He is a happy dog with outstanding temperament who does so well with every other kind of dog around.
Chopper is pretty good on the leash but does tend to pull a bit. He'll do great with a pinch collar or Gentle Leader. There are times on the leash when he gets a little cautious and takes things a bit slow. But he's very, very friendly and happy. Just a submissive boy. He passes other dogs beautifully and is everyone's friend.
Chopper is not a digger in the yard. He's a very good boy out there with the other dogs when they are outside. He's not a barker but sometimes will let out a few barks when you first leave him. He is a typical Weim that loves to be with his person.
Chopper is still young and occasionally will chew things. For example he managed to chew on a few empty boxes left lying around. But in general he sticks to his toys and is trustworthy in the house. He is still a youngster after all!
Chopper has lots of happy energy and needs his daily exercise each and every day. He will do best with a family that will take him to the dog park often to wear him out and let him play with other dogs.
Chopper will do best in a home with another friendly canine companion. He will also do well as an only dog provided he doesn't need to spend long hours all alone. Like all Weimaraners, he needs companionship so either his person or another dog will keep him happy.
Chopper has absolutely no aggression in him at all. He is just Mr. Happy all the time. He's not particularly mouthy though he can nibble a bit during play sessions. He also doesn't really jump up on people which is especially nice for smaller children.
Chopper is a favorite of friends that have come by to visit. He enjoys nothing more than to lay on his back and have his belly rubbed or his chin scratched. He loves to be pet and will often close his eyes and fall asleep next to you.
He is a very smart boy who is eager to please his person. He should do a nice obedience class with is new owner if possible to cement their bond and set Chopper well on the way to perfection.
Chopper is totally housebroken and sleeps well through the night on his dog bed. He does not like the crate at all and does not require a crate so this isn't an issue. Chopper is a good boy in the car, but not yet great at getting up into the car. He isn't doing his best at jumping up inside so needs a little help. As time goes by he will get great at jumping right in as he is learning the car means going somewhere fun.
Chopper is a healthy fellow who is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
Meet Chella, the loveliest, sweetest purebred Weimaraner girl in the world. Chella is a gorgeous Weim, tall and slender like a super model, and best of all, her good looks are just a teeny part of her overall fantastic package!
Chella came to us from a high-kill facility. Her owners thought she was "too expensive" (and you can tell this because they stopped feeding her) and, after investing a good bit of time into her, abandoned her. Enter Indi Labs! Our volunteer picked her out right away as a dog with an excellent temperament. She is sweet, modest, eager to please. In her foster home, she's been a pure joy, making herself a real and valued family member in no time.
Chella is very well-trained. She does sit and down like lightning! She's perfectly house trained, easy to walk on leash and doesn't need a pinch collar. She loves to fetch, and drops the ball on command. She's fantastic with other dogs, giving them a friendly greeting, and then moving on. She is loving and gentle with all children (she is quite tall, so families with really small children would work as her forever family only if the family is dog-savvy). She crates very well and even seems to like it in there. Though she's an enthusiastic ball dog, Chella settles in the house beautifully. She loves to find a dog bed near you and just sack out. If you could let her cuddle while you work on the computer or catch the latest Lost, she'd be in heaven. A dog like this is one-in-a-million! She's so well trained and eager to please, gentle, affectionate, and loving.
This dog loves to run! If you had a least a bit of a yard, that would make her so happy. If not, being nearby to a good off-leash dog park would be helpful, because she really is a phenomenal ball dog. With her smarts and athleticism, frisbee might be a possibility!
She is so loving and loyal. She will watch you clean the bathroom, water the plants, do the laundry with an intent fascination that would normally indicate you were doing something extraordinary. We loved how she followed us from room to room and settled so quietly to wait while we had other things to do. She is not demanding or difficult, just loves to be with you!
Chella would probably like it if her new family were home with her a lot. She's a normal Weimaraner, which means she's sensitive and loyal, and she really likes to be with you when she can be. At her foster home, she's very happy to spend lots of time out in the yard - even without her person - but she doesn't like seeing her people leave. If you can't be home with Chella, then a gentle canine companion would be much appreciated.
Chella is about 4 years old, micro-chipped, spayed and up to date on shots.
Champ 2 adopted!
Meet Champ 2! This adorable sweet boy is a 4 year old purebred English or Bench Bred male Labrador with a shiny jet black soft coat and a beautiful face with a great blocky head.
He's a stocky guy and is maybe just a tad overweight but in great shape. His daily walks will help him loose a good 5 pounds but really he is just fine as he is a absolutely adorable.
This boy is a total sweetheart. He loves everyone and is great with kids too - even little kids and is a great choice for families.
Champ is great with other dogs. He is a submissive boy of medium energy and gets along beautifully with other dogs. He just want to make friends.
This guy needs his daily exercise but he is a very calm easy going boy who will do well with a nice walk and then is able to just settle beautifully in the house.
He would love trips to dog park and dog beach now and again to make friends and have fun.
Champ is a non destructive boy who is excellent in the house. He is 100% housebroken and is a pleasure to have around. He is an easy boy to add to almost any household as he will settle in quickly.
We found Champ at a Los Angeles County shelter where his owners dumped him because they did not want him anymore. It's pretty hard to imagine this as he is not only such a prize looks wise but he is so easy and well behaved. We just cannot imagine someone not wanting a dog this good.
Champ was very, very depressed at the shelter and we were asked to come and meet him as he was just laying in his kennel confused and very sad. He wouldn't even eat his food. When we met Champ we knew he had to get out of the shelter right away.
As soon as Champ was home with us, we could see that he was just a happy lovely boy. He rides beautifully in the car too and enjoyed his ride "home" happy to be out of doggie jail.
Champ knows his basic commands and walks beautifully on the leash. If you have a doggie door he will let himself out to potty. He is respectful in the house and a very obedience gentle dog.
Champ is just pretty close to perfection. He is the complete package: well behaved, beautiful, submissive, trained, gentle with children, people, and dogs, and just a pleasure to have in your home.
Champ will do great with another friendly canine companion or as your one and only true love. If you work during the week days, you should exercise Champ before you go to work and he will do fine alone during the day.
Champ is healthy, neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
This is Otis, a darling 1 year old purebred black male Labrador Retriever. This beautiful Lab is about 60 lbs so he is a great size and he has the most beautiful face. His coat is the glossiest jet black and super shiny and his teeth are pearly white. This cutie will steal your heart in seconds.
Otis is a good boy who loves all people and all other dogs. He loves to chase the ball and will bring it right back and toss it at your feet, eagerly awaiting you to throw it again.
Otis loves other dogs so would love to go to dog park and play and chase the ball. He is a very loving and affectionate boy who wags his tail all the time and loves to be pet.
Otis is a youngster of course. He loves to play. He will need good daily exercise to help drain some energy but he settles beautiful after a good ball session or long walk.
Otis wants to please his person. He is not the greatest with his commands so we are working with him on that. He's a very happy boy and sometimes when he's really happy and excited he will jump up so we are working to teach him no jumping.
Otis is great with the older children he is fostered with so he will do great with kids, but because he is young and sometimes jumps we prefer to place him with older children (over age 7).
He is mildly curious about the kitties he is fostered with. He may do ok with kitties but not if he is with another dog that chases them because two dogs together chasing kitties is a very bad idea.
Otis will do best in a home that will do fun things with him every day like dog park and ball tossing. He is a medium energy youngster that needs good daily exercise.
His new family will want to do a basic obedience class with Otis to help cement their new bond and help Otis learn the basics. He is such a good boy with outstanding temperament and a basic class will really get him off to the best start.
Otis also tend to pull on the leash and likely was owned by someone that never walked him. He does best with a pinch collar and his walking is improving! Lots of walks will do the trick!
Otis would do great with another friendly canine companion to keep him company if you are at work during the day.
This beautiful boy was found at an extremely high kill shelter where he was in immediate danger. When we met him and evaluated him, we could see he was just the best Labrador with everything we look for in our breed.
Otis was happy to leave the shelter, rode beautifully in the car on the ride to the vet, and loved coming home to his new foster home where he is fostered with a male 2 year old Lab and a female 6 year old Lab. He gets along wonderfully with his foster siblings and is a joy to have.
Otis is healthy and gorgeous purebred boy. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped.
Meet Nilla, an absolutely darling Bench Bred purebred English Labrador Retriever. Nilla is a yellow female with a gorgeous blocky head and short stocky stature. She has a slightly wrinkled face with the most adorable expression.
Nilla is a medium sized 3 year old Lab of 60 lbs.
Nilla is one of our TUAPA rescues from Taiwan. We work very closely with TUAPA to bring these lovely purebred Labradors to the United States for adoption. One of the nicest things about the Taiwan dogs is always their unsurpassed temperaments and ability to get along beautifully with other dogs. This is partially due to the temperament inherent in their breeding and partly due to the fact that so many dogs end up on the street and as such form close relationships with other dogs in the pack.
Nilla has been completely tested for any health issues and is an extremely healthy girl.
She is wonderful with all other dogs both in offleash areas like dog park and passing dogs on the leash. She wants to be friends and meet everyone.
Nilla is fostered with 2 male Labrador and a kitty. She gets along wonderfully with her foster brothers but has a love hate relationship with her kitty sister. If kitty is still and calm Nilla will kiss her and then ignore her but she will chase kitty if kitty starts running about. Nilla will do ok in a home with cats but it will be a process and this will only be considered for families with extremely dog savvy cats and owners who have no problem with the time it will take and the chasing that will ensue.
Nilla is wonderful on leash with a pinch collar and after you have gotten into your walk. She likes to stay on your left and for the most part stays on heel. At the start of the walk she may tend to pull which is where the pinch collar comes into play. She enjoys a good 1 hour walk daily after which she settles beautifully in the house.
Nilla does not love her crate, but she is learning that sleeping in her crate is the rule in her foster home until she is 100% reliable on her housebreaking skills. So far so good on that front.
Nilla is learning her commands. She doesn't quite know them yet. She may know them in Chinese, but certainly not in English so we are teaching her what to do.
Nilla loves toys - especially squeaky ones can like to carry them around. She also enjoys chewing on a nylabone or even a raw pork neck bone for fun.
Nilla is a very velcro dog. She likes to be right by your side and will follow you from room to room. She will lay by your feet during TV time or while on the computer.
Nilla loves food! She eats her food a tad too quickly for her foster mom's taste but certainly seems happy and has no food aggression. She also loves treats but does not take them gently getting way too excited over something she likely never had in her life so we are working to teach Nilla to take her treats more calmly and gently.
Nilla loves children and will do fine with those OVER age 6. Because she takes food so enthusiastically and loves food so much she may steal snacks from toddlers and may take treats in a manner that would scare a little toddlers. We hope to have this completely resolved in the next day or two, but either way we prefer her to be placed without toddlers.
Nilla will do best in a home where someone is home during the day or where this another friendly canine companion to spend the work days with. She's a young girl who needs her daily exercise and plenty of attention. She would love a family that will take her on good long walks, trips to dog park, and even dog beach or hiking.
Nilla is a medium energy girl and not hyper or high energy at all. She settles down very nicely in the house and rides beautifully in the car.
Nilla is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
Meet Opal, a lovely and sweet 1 year old female purebred Weimaraner. This darling girl is named for the precious stone because she is such a gem!
We found Opal in a high kill Los Angeles County shelter where she was frightened and confused. Our volunteer saw how beautiful this doe like girl was and decided to evaluate her for intake. Needless to say this sweet heart made the cut and is now safely in her foster home and happy with her brand new collar and warm soft bed!
Opal is fostered with a male 5 year old Labrador and the two get along beautifully.
Opal is still recovering from her recent spay so her activity has been a bit limited. She is taking leash walks and does pull on the leash a bit. Her new family may wish to use a gentle leader to help her walk a bit more easily. We find the Weimeraners don't do as well as the Labs with a pinch collar. And we feel certain this doll baby didn't get many walks in her previous life so as she gets more walks her skills will improved wonderfully as she aims to please.
Opal loves to retrieve a tennis ball! We haven't done a lot of ball throwing for her since she is newly spayed but her new family will enjoy using a ball launcher to throw the ball with her for endless fun. She brings the ball right back to you.
Opal is 100% housebroken and has learned to use the doggie door to let herself out to potty. She is well behaved and does not beg, jump up or chew things that are not hers, however because she is still a very young girl, she should be provided lots and lots of toy that are hers to do with what she will.
Opal will lay quietly and await your attention. She loves to be cuddled and pet. She is a very devoted girl with excellent house manners.
Like all Weims, Opal is a velcro dog that hates to be apart from her person. Most Weims do best in a home with another dog and never do well left alone all day as an only dog.
Opal is wonderful in the car and rides calmly - even on longer car rides and in traffic.
Opal's coat is shiney and soft and she has the most precious ears and happy tail. She is always wagging her tail and happy to be in a loving home.
This pretty and delicate girl will do best in a home with another friendly dog or where someone is home most of the time. She is young and will require good daily exercise to drain her youngster energy even though she is pretty mellow.
We do not know how Opal will do with small children or kitties so we prefer not to place her with them.
Her new owners will want to work with her on her leash skills. Opal is good with other dogs, but gets a little reactive on leash once in awhile due to never having been on the leash before. She is getting much better as she is walked daily.
Opal is a healthy beautiful girl. She has been spayed, microchipped, and is up to date on all vaccines.
Meet Hogan, a total hunk of chocolate love. This purebred chocolate male Labrador Retriever is just the BEST ever.
Hogan is a 70 lb male who is a more English or Bench bred looking boy with a beautiful rich chocolate coat and the cutest face and blocky head.
But Hogan's looks are nothing next to his personality and temperament. This boy is calm, sweet, affectionate and just a really good boy.
Hogan is a mellow boy of 3 years. He is wonderful with other dogs and a really good boy in the house. He is not destructive and isn't a barker or digger. And he loves his person - all people actually!
Hogan is wonderful on the leash. He walks very nicely and passes other dogs in a friendly social manner. He never needs more than a gentle reminder if he starts to pull a bit and he gets right back in step with his handler.
He knows sit and wait and is a good boy in his crate though he doesn't like it and doesn't need it at all as he is totally housebroken. He does fine in his crate if he is in the same room with you but will whine if left alone. No matter as he has no need for a crate.
This doll baby came to us from a very high kill northern California shelter where he was found as a stray. No one claimed him and his life was in danger when we were contacted. When our volunteer met him and evaluated him it was a done deal and Hogan road home beautifully in the car.
This boy will do great in most homes. He loves his people and likes to stay close like most Labbies. He will do great with another friendly canine companion for company.
Hogan is still a young Labrador so he will need his good daily exercise. He especially loves long walks with his person and will go for over an hour enjoying the sights. He would do fine at dog park since he is so friendly with other dogs.
We don't know if Hogan is a water dog, but he IS a Lab so we imagine he would love trips to dog beach too. And he would love to go on hikes with you.
Hogan is pretty curious about kitties so we will not be placing him with them.
He is calm enough to have with children who are over 5 years of age.
Hogan is a healthy, happy boy who is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.