ID Number: 6956
Breed: Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 3 Months 22 Days (Birthdate: 6/6/2023)
Size: 15.0 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
New People: Friendly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $250 + 100 spay/neuter deposit
If you are interested in an available dog, fill out an adoption application at 4luvofdog.org/faqadoption. All interested parties must fill out an adoption application before inquiring about any dogs with 4 Luv of Dog Rescue.
If you are a previous adopter or have already completed the application and home visit process and received confirmation that you were approved, email: email@example.com
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Learn More About Columbia
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Size: (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included) PLUS a $100 deposit is required and is to be refunded once proof of spay/neuter is provided to this rescue. Our adoption contract requires all dogs to be spayed/neutered within ONE Month of adoption or when age-appropriate. Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Intact Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Puppies generally need the following veterinary care after their adoption:
8 Weeks: Distemper/Parvo & Bordetella Vaccinations. 4 Luv of Dog Rescue completes these vaccinations before adoption.
12 Weeks: Distemper/Parvo Vaccination, completed at the veterinarian of adopter's choice.
16 Weeks: Distemper/Parvo Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination, completed at the veterinarian of adopter's choice.
6 Months: Spay/Neuter surgery.
Yearly thereafter: All dogs need yearly wellness exams performed by a veterinarian as well as booster vaccinations.
~ Spay/Neuter surgeries cost between $200-$400 in the FM Area. Wellness visits can run from $50 to $100 for each visit. If you are thinking of adopting a puppy, it's a good idea to research these costs before adopting by calling the veterinarian of your choice.
Columbia has had a few too many cups of coffee!
Foster Home Feedback
8/28/23 Foster Feedback: Columbia's high school class voted her Most Likely to Be Your C.E.O. (Canine Executive Officer). This sweet baby loves to snuggle and run to her humans with her butt wiggling at full speed, but she's also confident and a natural leader. Whenever there is a new UFO (Unidentified conFusing Object) around the house, she volunteers to be the first to investigate it and make sure it's safe for her siblings. Plus, she dresses for success every day with her beautiful coat!
Columbia was found as a stray with her siblings and they started off being unsure about where they landed and where their next meal was coming from. It's been a joy to watch them blossom over the past week and figure out that they lucked into the land of abundance, with three square meals a day, plenty of clean water, toys to play with, and a soft, safe place to sleep! Columbia's potty training is going well, and if she is sleeping in her kennel she will bark to let you know that she has to go potty. She also barks for a bit when she's settling in to sleep, but she likes her kennel and will walk in willingly. She is a bit intimidated by my big dogs who know to keep out of the puppy room, but I think that once she gets a chance to play with them that they would be best friends. She plays nicely with her siblings even when they annoy her, and she loves every human she meets.