Adoptable Dog of the Week-Dana
If these soulful eyes don’t make your heart melt, I don’t know what will! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Dana, a 2-year-old Labrador Retriever mix from East Randolph, Vermont. This beautiful girl is spayed, crate trained, up to date with her shots and gets along great with other dogs and older children.
One look at the silky chocolate coat and deep brown eyes makes you wonder how pretty Dana hasn’t found her humans yet! And it’s not like her lovely appearance is the only thing she has going for her: this is one young, sweet doggo who has her manners and is eager to please her owners.
Dana is two years old so she still has a lot of energy and she’d fit right in an active family. She could fetch all day, has daily swims in her foster home and appreciates all forms of canine exercise. This fit girl would love nothing better than to have her own human she could accompany to walks, runs, or hikes. Of course, after she burns off that excess energy, her favorite thing is to snuggle and cuddle!
Although this smart girl already has a few tricks up her sleeve, she’ll thrive even more with a right person: as she’s motivated by attention, she learns really fast when cheered on and praised. Ideally, her new pawrent will be a leader of the pack and will know how to set a strong example for the four-legged companion.
Speaking of the pack, it’s worth noting that Dana has a sweet nature and gets along great with other dogs, particularly if they’re playful like she is- she’s currently sharing her foster home with a 9-year old Golden Retriever and loving it! She loves everybody, though, but her fosters don’t think she should go to a home with cats or young kids: her excitability and strength don’t make her a good match.
If you are looking for a canine companion you can share everything with, consider Dana. To find out more about her and how to adopt her, visit Potter’s Angels Rescue.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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