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Coco

Female Adult Labrador Retriever

If you have any questions about Coco, please contact West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue at adopt@wclrr.org

West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue

About Coco

Adoption Fee: $450

Meet Coco! She is a pretty chocolate female Labrador, approximately six years old. We rescued Coco from a high kill shelter. The poor girl sat waiting for several weeks before we were able to break her free.

Coco is a pleasure. She is mild-mannered; she loves taking walks. She may pull at the beginning but settles into a good pace right away. 

Coco is a tad overweight but is currently on the road to a slimmer physique! Her foster mom is exercising her and has her on a strict diet. In no time, this angel will be ready strut her style!  Her new family should make sure they keep her on a strict diet. Also, with the right amount of exercise, the weight will continue to drop off, making Coco healthier and more active! 

Coco is a dream in the house; she is completely housebroken and sleeps all night without making a peep.  She loves toys and balls, and she will fetch them and bring them right back to you. Coco also loves car rides and jumps right in and is a perfect passenger. She would be great to take on errands and around town where she can enjoy meeting people and getting all the attention.

Coco is super affectionate and loves to please her people. She loves hugs, kisses. If you're looking for a great addition to your family, then Coco is your girl. She would love a home with another canine companion to keep her company or someone that is home a lot,  but we think she would do fine as an only dog as well. Coco is not  fond of little dogs, so we will not place her in a home with small dogs. 

Coco has had a complete vet exam, including a full blood panel. We are happy to report she is a very healthy girl, other than the weight she needs to lose. Coco is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all her shots. 

If you have an interest in Coco joining your family, please visit our website and complete our online application. If you are already approved, send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and express your interest in meeting Coco.  

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Details

Name
Coco
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Weight
120
Primary Color
Chocolate
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
Not Sure

West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue

1230 Madera Rd.- Suite 5 288 Simi Valley CA 93065

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