Zinc

Breed Labrador Retriever - Cattle Dog (mix)
Gender Female
Color Black - White Spotted
Coat Short
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Brown
Age 2 years
Size Medium
Weight 30 lbs.
Category Dogs
Animal ID Number 11531
Mama Zinc is a beautiful, shy speckled girl. We think she is around 2 years old and is possibly a Lab and Cattle Dog mix but she’s on the smaller side at only 30 lbs. Zinc has spent the last several weeks being the best little mama to her six pups, but has finally put motherhood behind her in favor of a forever home to call her very own. Zinc is very shy and takes some time to warm up to new people and dogs. She loves to wrestle and play with the dogs in her foster home. They are teaching her how to play with toys and seek out people for attention. Zinc would benefit from and will need a confident dog in her forever home and a special, patient family committed to continuing daily socialization and training with her. She is housetrained in her current foster home and working on crate training. She needs to be crated when you leave because she is still figuring out boundaries in her foster home and the difference between dog toys and pillows and blankets. She is still learning to be comfortable on leash and would prefer a home with a secure backyard for her. Mama Zinc is very shy and will not be available for adoption until later on in November. If you think you are ready to add to your family by meeting Zinc when she is ready, then fill out an adoption application on our website today! If you have adopted from us before or are already approved with a coach, reach out to your coach for the next steps.

Your interest in adopting a rescued dog or puppy from Labs and More Rescue is appreciated! Please find our adoption information at www.labsandmore.org. Your adoption donation provides funding for Labs and More, a nonprofit organization which is supported solely by Volunteers and funded by donations. Good news is your adoption donation can be considered tax deductible. So much care is provided to your new dog prior to the adoption, including: spay and neuter, microchip, veterinarian visit(s), vaccinations, and other medical care as needed. Many of the dogs we rescue require extensive surgeries and care prior to adoption. Please understand we are unable to predict future behavior or medical needs of your adopted dog. We provide no guarantees regarding behavior, breed, or age of the dogs. Thank you for rescuing.

Zinc #11531: Female Dog