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Alexandria

Female Puppy Labrador Retriever (mixed)

If you have any questions about Alexandria, please contact Paws For Life NC at info@pawsforlifenc.org

Paws For Life NC

About Alexandria

Adoption Fee: $275

(DOB 04/28/2022)  Due to Alexandria's young age, she has not yet been spayed.  For this reason, we are only considering local placement (within 1 hour drive time of Wake Forest NC). 

We will require another active, playful and energic dog in the home that can match this cute puppy's energy level.  Puppies thrive with other dogs as part of their socialization skills development during their early years.

 

After play time, this sweetie is going to need lots of love and snuggle time!  Make sure your heart and home ready for little kisses and soft snores.

 

A home where there is not large gaps of time where the puppy is left alone is important as well.  So a home where there is work from home, flexible work/school schedules or family members that stay at home are important.  This cutie will need several potty breaks and playtime throughout the day.  So someone committed to the time invest is very important.

 

No young children (less than ~8 years) since puppies at this age are teething and putting everything in their mouths which includes little ones toes, hands, fingers, etc.  The adoptive parents will need to be able to monitor proper child and pup interaction.

 

Puppies need structure, routines, and positive reinforcement training to learn boundaries and how to be a well mannered adult dog.  Teaching a puppy at an early age is easy when you start young and spend a little time each day "playing" with new commands or behaviors.  The new family will need to be prepared for spending the time and energy into teaching this young pup how to be a well rounded and well behaved little angel.  Introducing your new pup to all kinds of new experiences is import in the first year - take them in the car to new places, meet new people, and ensure you  work with leash walking.

 

You will need to be prepared for the puppy stages of house training, crate training, providing proper chewing items etc.  Puppies need you to help them be successful as they mature month over month.  They have lots to learn from their new parents and family.

 

Can't wait to meet this little bundle of fur - then fill out an application to adopt!

As part of Alexandria's $275 adoption fee, she will be spayed, microchipped, up to date on age appropriate vaccines, and current on her monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.  If you have questions about this sweet little girl, you can email Dogteam@pawsforlifenc.org.  If you wish to adopt Alexandria, you can fill in an online application for her under the Adopt a Pet Tab on our website:  www.pawsforlifenc.org.

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Details

Name
Alexandria
Age
3 Months, 1 Week and 3 Days
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Primary Color
Black
Secondary Color
Tan
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
NO
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Paws For Life NC

P.O. Box 338 Youngsville NC 27596

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