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HarleyRescue Me ID: 17-08-06-00396

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About Harley

Adoption Fee: $350
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

Application form is here: Our process: 1. application form 2. vet reference check 3. home visit 4. meet the dog (most times done at the same time as the home visit) 5. trial period 6. formal adoption if trial period is successful Harley's MUST HAVES: 1. stand alone house. No shared wall dwellings. He will alert on noises that are unusual and will bark. His bark is loud. 2. fully physical fenced yard that is at least 4 foot tall. No underground fences or electric fences. He has a high prey drive. 3. preferably an only pet in the house. Harley has some resource guarding with other dogs. He guards food/toys/and favorite people. He gets along better with female dogs than other males. Best with no small animals - no little dogs, no cats, etc. He does not guard resources with people. 4. experienced handler that is physically and mentally strong. Although Harley is pretty good on the leash, his high prey drive sometimes makes it difficult to walk him in areas where there is wildlife - squirrels, rabbits, deer (or stray cats) He is not leash reactive on walks though. He's fine with other dogs, people, bikes, cars. 5. active person or family willing to get him out for at least 2 walks of 2+ miles each time every day, rain or shine. Harley needs to be exercised. He is a high energy boy and needs the mileage to wear him out. He loves to swim so a home with a pool or on a body of water would be ideal for him 6. someone around a fair bit. Harley would not do well being left home alone for more than 5 to 6 hours at a time. Harley will be 6 years old in January. He is a large, strong boy weighing 85 pounds and is taller than a typical Lab. He is fully house and crate trained and has recently earned enough trust to be left out of the crate when no one is home. He is a typical velcro Lab that wants to be by his people at all times. He's a great nap buddy and loves to cuddle on the couch. While Harley has learned to co-exist with the two other Labs in his foster home, he can be a jealous boy and doesn't like to share so he would be best as an only dog. for more information and pictures, please contact Donna Stock at [email protected]

Prince George's County
Upper Marlboro, Maryland


  • Good with Female Dogs Only
  • Not Good with Cats
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • High Energy
  • Somewhat Dominant


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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