Meet Zoey! She is a four-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever. Zoey came to WCLRR when her previous owner suddenly passed away, and this kid needed a new home.
Zoey is house trained and will stay in her crate while you’re running errands but loves to sleep on a dog bed next to her foster’s bed without making a peep throughout the night.
Zoey loves being with her foster family and enjoys being outside in the backyard with them. She enjoys doing a “perimeter check” of the yard and loves to retrieve the ball. A “Chuck-It” would be an excellent toy for the endless games of fetch.
Zoey is friendly with other dogs she meets on her walks but has not been tested with cats. Therefore we cannot place her in a home with cats. Zoey does well on a leash but would benefit from some basic training.
Zoey maybe a little timid and cautious with new noises but adapts very quickly. She has a solid bark when someone is at the door but wags her tail simultaneously.
Zoey has spent some time with one-year-old twin children, but her size and grit are a little too much, and she would be better off with children over the age of 8 or a household with no children. A daily walk and lots of playing ball is a must.
Zoey has not shown any signs of counter surfing, digging in the trash, but her new family needs to make sure items are removed from locations she could get to and could cause her harm. Her new home should have a supply of safe toys and Nylabones for her, especially in her crate.
Zoey is spayed, up to date on all vaccines, and microchipped.