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Zoe

Female Adult Labrador Retriever American Staffordshire Terrier (mixed)

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About Zoe

Adoption Fee: $535

Zoe is a 3 -4 year old female lab/terrier mix (best educated guess), she is a little overweight at the moment, weighing around 65lbs. She should probaby weigh closer to 50-55lbs. Which puts her into the medium dog catagoty. 

Zoe is described as a little love bug! She does great with dogs of all sizes, she likes male dog company more than female dog company, and has been fostered in a home where small children grandchildren visit often for the last 4-5 months. She is passed the puppy stage, and now just likes to lounge around at home, cuddle on the couch with you, maybe watch a movie and go for a walk a few times a day. Once in a while she gets a small case of the zoomies and likes to run or sprint for a few seconds (thats typical with most dogs). She enjoys being around her people, and just wants to please you. 

The perfect home for Zoe would be a home with a male dog, whos energy matches that of Zoes, or where she is the only dog to get all of your attention. She has never lived with a female dog, but she is great when passing them by on a walk or seeing them at the park. A home with no cats, and no chickens, she will chase them. She would do best in a home with kids ages 10+ because she is a larger girl, and may bump over a small child unintentionally. A home with a yard so she can spend some time laying in the sun, or when she gets the zoomies, a place to run safely. She walks well on leash and knows her basic commands. She is crate trained and house broken.

Zoe is looking for a foster or a foster to potentially adopt if the fit is right!

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Details

Name
Zoe
Age
3 years, 1 months
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
White
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO

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Bristol CT 06010

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E.Cooper

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Harmony

Labrador Retriever

Harmony came to Paws Rescue League as an emergency from another Animal Control Shelter that had reached out to us for help. Animal Contr... show more

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