ADOPTED!

Meet Maddie! She is an adorable black Labrador Retriever puppy who is almost six-months-old and ready to find her “furever” family. This girl is a typical Labrador puppy – bouncy, active, and full of fun.

Puppy families must prepare for potty accidents. Chewing inappropriate things, such as table and chair legs, are prime items that puppies love. Electrical cords must be hidden from where a puppy could chew, shoes, and all clothing like socks should not be left where a puppy could swallow them and cause a blockage that could be life-threatening.  Trash must be securely put away in a locking container. A puppy family should be prepared for several months of training and understand that all puppies take time and patience.

Maddie is learning to play at her foster home and becoming more and more confident and outgoing. When she first arrived at WCLRR, she was shy and timid. Some of the shyness and timidness still show at times, but with more exposure to daily noises and activities, she is coming around wonderfully!

Maddie visited our veterinarian and is up to date on her shots, microchip and had a fecal with a complete exam. Maddie is being adopted with a spay deposit contract.

If you believe that your home is ready to add a puppy and is puppy-proofed, this sweet girl might be right for you.

COVID-19 Update: WCLRR is continuing to accept applications for adoptions, scheduling virtual home interviews, and accepting owner surrenders. Please contact info@wclrr.org if you have any questions.