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ShirleyRescue Me ID: 23-03-08-00103

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About Shirley

Lab mix
Age: Young Puppy
Sex: Female

Meet Shirley!! Approx. 13 weeks old. Mixed breed of several breeds an Lab will be medium to large active dogs. Puppies will get several sets of vaccines, dewormed, a microchip and spay as part of their adoption. Shirley- Black and brindle- 16 Pounds. She is spunky loves to explore and play with other dogs she is a great mix of playful yet loves to be with her people Loves other dogs and love kids, Has not yet met any cats but is young enough to learn. Doing well with potty training but still young and have accidents. Does good on car rides and has not yet started leash training. She has started crate training and sleep in the crate together at night. Once in separate homes there will likely be an adjustment due to them learning to stay in the crate without their siblings. Loves to explore and play but still sweet and cuddly at times. Labs are generally a very active breed for life and will need lots of physical and mental stimulation to keep them happy and out of trouble. Adopting a young puppy is a ton of work. They will have lots of potty accidents, chew things up etc. You will need to help them learn things like leash walking, crate training and basic manners. It can be a lot of work but the reward is a dog that fits well into your family's lifestyle if you invest proper time on training with them. Please carefully consider the time and effort a puppy requires before adopting. Vet and home checks required. Located in Hampton VA. (She will need to be adopted within a 1 hour drive radius) Please message [email protected] directly with questions or to get an application.

York County
Yorktown, Virginia


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Submissive


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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