It's been a few years now since I lost my last black lab cross to old age and am ready to take on the responsibility of another similar breed. I am retired, on a fixed income and am looking to adopt/re-home a male black lab cross (not pit bull or rottweiler) ranging in age from puppy to one approximately one year. Over the years I have raised three male black lab to a ripe old age and have taken all three through dog obedience, agility and flyball; I have enjoyed every minute of it. My home has a big fenced back yard, although I am not a fan of leaving a dog outside unless I am out there with him. I am more a fan of Costco dog pillows and two long daily walks in the woods or along the beach. I live in an area with many walking trails and am near the ocean for those all important dog swims. If you can help me and an adoptable furry friend stay in shape please e-mail. Check out the pictures of my last furry friend. Would be happy to foster pregnant black Lab through gestation and her puppies until weaned in exchange for one of the puppies.
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