ID Number: 6342
Breed: Pointer / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 1 Year 7 Months (Birthdate: 2/16/2021)
Size: 52.8 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
New People: Friendly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Cat Friendly: No
Adoption Fee: $250
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Learn More About Adalee
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Size:~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, NO cats or dog parks!
Adalee is looking for her forever home to be patient with her and give her lots of love!
Foster Home Feedback
** No cats or dog parks!
8/22/2022 Foster Feedback: Adalee brought eight tiny surprises with her when she came to the rescue! She gave birth to them a couple of weeks after her arrival. She was a good mom but is now spayed and will not have to do that again. I am sure she is happy about that because she is a fun-loving, carefree young dog and wants to be free to enjoy herself without having to raise kids!
We brought Adalee to our home when it was time for her and the puppies to live separately. Since she arrived, she has enjoyed relaxing, playing, chewing on bones, and going on walks. She is very dog friendly and has become best friends with our neighbor's dog, which is about her size. A beagle visited us for a few days and they played until they were exhausted. She also adores our chihuahua, but she can be too much for him as she seems to get hyper-focused on small dogs. I've noticed it at home (we give the chihuahua breaks when he is overwhelmed) and when we've been in public. She is not cat friendly (her first foster had a cat) so perhaps this is related to her prey drive. (When we are on walks, she is always on bunny and bird watch and even remembers from time to time where she saw one of them the last time we walked!) She would do best with a dog that is about 30lbs or more.
Adalee is friendly with people but will be a little cautious at first. Being with another dog seems to make her more comfortable with new people. She hasn't been around small children but met our neighbor's 8-year-old, who is very respectful of dogs, and she did well. She is very food motivated so that is another way to gain her trust! As a matter of fact, we have caught her a time or two on the counter in our laundry room where we kept the dog treats. This girl can jump! Keeping counters clear of food items is a must. She hasn't done it when we've been around, but if we're not in the room with her, she will go for it.
Speaking of jumping, she will jump baby gates and low fences. She will also chew a tie-out. She would do best in a fenced yard where the fence is 5' or higher, although that isn't necessary if she is supervised and on a sturdy tie-out. Because Adalee is young and energetic, she needs a good amount of exercise and stimulation. She loves to chew on Benebones and Nyla-bones and will toss toys around and play with herself. So far, she's not wanted to play fetch, though. We take her on a 3-mile walk every day and that helps tire her out.
Adalee is solidly potty trained. She does not like crates and will destroy anything left with her in the crate except for a frozen peanut butter Kong or one of her chew bones. We are working on making the crate a happy place and we are making some progress. We crate her in the same room as our other dogs and we think that helps.
We adore Adalee and we are honored to be part of her journey to her forever home.