Kentucky

Breed Pointer (mix)
Gender Female
Color Golden - White Bi-Color
Coat Short
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Brown
Age 3 years
Size Large
Weight 45 lbs.
Category Dogs
Animal ID Number 11406
Meet Kentucky! She is about 3 years old and is possibly a Pointer mix with something like Shepherd or maybe Cattle Dog. Kentucky came to Labs and More pregnant and has spent the last several weeks caring for her puppies in a loving foster home, but now this sweet girl is ready to put parenthood behind her and find a forever home! She is house trained in her foster home and is a quick learner and food motivated. She is learning not to jump up on people to say hello and may knock little children over, but it's only because she's excited to make new friends. She knows "sit" and "down." Kentucky walks well on leash, but is learning to ignore other dogs on walks. She can be choosy with her dog friends - some she likes to play with and some she isn't so sure about. She has met dog savvy cats and just turned the other way, but she does like to chase birds and bunnies on walks so may chase a cat that runs.

Kentucky is a very active girl. She loves to play fetch and is very agile. She will need a secure fence in her home and supervision in the backyard because she can scale a retaining wall like a mountain climber. She would be an awesome new hiking companion and jogging partner. After expelling her energy, she is always down for a snuggle session with her humans. She bonds closely to her people and is an affectionate girl. She is a good guard dog with a booming bark when strangers come to the front door but once she sees you are a friend, she happily wags her tail. If you think you are ready to add to your family by adopting Kentucky, then fill out an adoption application on our website today! Please note that processing time for applications is currently three to four weeks. We recommend completing the application process and connecting with a adoption coach before looking for a dog or puppy you'd like to adopt. If you're already approved to adopt or if you've adopted from Labs and More before, connect with your adoption coach for next steps.

This information is as up to date and accurate as possible for the dog in its current environment. All dogs and puppies will need time and training to adjust to their new surroundings and to learn the rules of their new home. If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs, the first step is to complete the Adoption Form on our website at www.labsandmore.org and take some time to review our adoption process. Your adoption includes the spay or neuter, current vaccinations, microchip, and other services provided while in our care. The safety and health of our puppies is priority one, so we only allow approved applicants to meet and handle puppies. Please understand everything we do is for the dogs and conducted by our kind and generous volunteers. We rely solely on donations, and we do not profit from a dog's adoption. Labs and More is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that operates on donations and time dedicated to this cause by volunteers. Your adoption will save the life of future dogs in need. Labs and More makes no guarantees regarding the behavior, breed, or age of the dogs in our care. Although we strive to provide necessary medical care to dogs in our care, we cannot predict future or current medical needs whether they were symptomatic or not at the time of adoption.

Kentucky #11406: Female Dog


Kentucky #11406: Female Dog


Kentucky #11406: Female Dog


Kentucky #11406: Female Dog