Chief Joseph is a great dog, but he gets a little too playful on walks and needs an experienced owner to work on his manners. He does good with kids - very loving! Well-behaved inside the home and knows his tricks. He loves to play ball and chew on rope toys.
Kookaburra is such a character. He still has lots of puppy energy left and would benefit from a large yard to play in. He seemed unsure of himself around other dogs (probably an only child in his last home!), but would likely succeed with housemates after a gradual introduction and some supervised play sessions. Kookaburra has a great focus and good attention span and would pick up training easily.
Tanzi is a really happy puppy! She is working on becoming house-trained and is doing really well. She's very smart and very energetic! She's a 5 month old pit/lab mix.
Meet Hot Shot: A little lover! He loves any and all attention. Highly alert! He can be a little submissive at first, but once he comes out of his shell, you'll find he's quite the little hot shot! A slow dog to dog introduction is best, but this guy is pretty social and playful. He is scared of cats!!
Pibb is a 5 year old hound mix. A little shy at first. A pretty independent dog. He would make a good "farm" dog for someone. He's curious and active - room to run with stuff to chew on would make him happy!
Archer is a little nervous at first, but he warms up to people with time. You'll find this little guy to be quite sweet - he'll even fall asleep in your arms! He does better with his "sister" Lana around - much more confident!
Hazel has lived with kids all her life and grew up around dogs, cats, livestock and other small animals. While she has been exposed to many animals, a slow introduction is necessary. She's well trained and knows many tricks, including play dead, kiss and hug. She's housebroken and crate trained and most of the time doesn't require use of a crate. She's polite about being allowed on the furniture too. She needs a home where she'll get lots of love and plenty of people and animals to play…
Ozzie truly embodies the wonderful reputation Labradors have come to have! Ozzie was housebroken in his previous home and will even go to the door to let you know when he has to potty. He's lived with other dogs, children, and even gets along with cats. While he never played a game of chase, he would occasionally bark at the neighbor's horses, so he would probably do best in a home with no access to livestock. Don't miss out on this chance for your very own All-American family dog!