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Adoptable: North

Age: 2 years old

Gender: Female

Breed: Lab mix

Weight: 45 lbs

Personality: Shy, but coming out of her shell, with love!

Education: Working on bathroom and leash training

Favorite Activities: Learning to be a confident dog, walking, wagging her tail!

Looking for: A loving family who will pull her from her past into the most loving future. Will need another confident dog to mentor her.

Special needs: Needs a dog pal and help with confidence building.

Adoption Fee: $ 450

If you’re looking for your new best friend, head North!

Hi, guys!  My name is North, and I’m a 2-year-old female Labrador Retriever mix, weighing 45 pounds.  I’m as healthy as a horse, and I’ve already been spayed, too.  I’m still learning how to walk on this thing you all call a leash, but I tolerate it well with little tugging on my part.  Potty-training is a work in progress, as I’m still getting the hang of letting others know when I need to go. 

I’m a super sweet and calm girl, though I am very alert and always know what’s going on around me.  I’m pretty timid in nature, so I really like to be around other doggies to help build my confidence.  I enjoy laying in my crate and collecting all the dog toys I can find.  I’m an independent gal, with no separation anxiety to speak of.  Sometimes, though, I need some treats to leave my safe spot and explore some, but having some furry siblings around (both cats and dogs) really help give me that security I need.  I also like to be out and about, and my tail wags on walks around the neighborhood!

I’m looking for a loving and patient home to help me come out of my shell.  Once out of my shell, though, I promise I will melt your heart with licks and tail wags.  Children are a maybe, but doggie siblings are an absolute must for me.  So, if I sound like your gal, you know which direction to go!  My adoption fee is $450 and that includes spaying/neutering, shots, and microchip.  If you want to take me home, please fill out the form on the website here: https://theanimalpad.org/adoption-application/

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