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Female Adult Labrador Retriever (mixed)

If you have any questions about Dollie, please contact Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue at

Pawsitive Impact NC Dog Rescue

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About Dollie

Adoption Fee: $250

Now that Dollie, a female Lab mix that we pulled from a rural shelter in NC, has completed her role as a mommy, it is her turn to be rewarded with a beautiful home!

Dollie is lovely, house trained, and looking for a forever family. She is crate trained and walks well on a leash. Dollie loves to run and play with her foster fur siblings and also likes chasing toys.

Dollie is heartworm positive, but we have started her heartworm treatment regime. We have her scheduled for injections after completing her doxycycline and would love to find an adopter with a quiet home where she could rest after her injections.  She will be spayed after her heartworm treatments. Pawsitive Impact covers heartworm treatments and spay.

If you think Dollie may be what you're looking for in a canine companion or to add to your family, please visit our website and submit your application.



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