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Luke

Male Young Labrador Retriever Australian Shepherd (mixed)

If you have any questions about Luke, please contact Mother Gaia Animal Rescue at tiffany@mgarcolorado.org

Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

About Luke

Adoption Fee: $400

Luke is a loving, happy, and playful 1 1/2 year old Australian Shepherd/Lab mix boy. He came to us after his owners could no longer keep him. He is not good with cats. He can fight over food or treats sometimes so we are looking for a home with no other dogs, cats, or animals. He could play all day long if you are open to it. He loves to zoomy around the backyard, so a secure fenced in yard will be a must in his new home. He can also jump a fence shorter than 6ft. He likes to play fetch and swim. 

Grinch now known as Luke entered a board and train in July 2020 for aggressive leash reactivity and high prey drive. He is eager to please and smart, so the right training investment will be worth it! The adopter will be responsible to continue training after adoption. 

Grinch/Luke will need a home who understand his needs. He will need an adopter that is aware that Grinch/Luke is a dog that will need patience and understanding. He will have to wear a muzzle on walks to protect the adopter as well as other people and pets. 

We know that there is someone out there somewhere that Grinch/Luke can make happy and vice-versa. We just have to find them. Please help by sharing his story,

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Details

Name
Luke
Age
Young
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Primary Color
Brown
Secondary Color
Black
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
NO
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
NO
Ok with cats
NO

Mother Gaia Animal Rescue

PO Box 711 Lafayette CO 80026

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