Meet Ocha! She is a yellow Labrador Retriever, approximately seven to eight years old (she is on the darker side of yellow.)  Ocha is a big chunky lovable girl who was recently retired from breeding and is ready to find her furever home.

Ocha loves to sit or lay by her person. She likes to be right against their feet or if allowed, right next to them on the couch. Ocha has figured out that looking at her person with her big brown eyes will get her just about anything. She is very persuasive.

Ocha is house trained and figured out the doggie door at her foster home right away. Ocha is fostered with a couple of other dogs and gets along great with all of them.

Ocha settles down at night when it’s time to go to bed and sleeps through the night on a doggie bed in her foster’s room; beware, Ocha is a snorer.
She hasn’t shown much interest in dog toys but is otherwise a very playful, fun-loving dog. Ocha loves all the people she’s met, giving them affection and wanting some in return.

Ocha enjoys her walks; she does pull a little at first but then settles into a nice pace. She is curious about squirrels and lizards and will chase after them if given the opportunity.

We would recommend some leash training for Ocha. We suspect she was never taken on walks in her previous home. Ocha has not been cat tested; therefore, we would not be able to place her in a house with kitties.

Ocha is a beautiful companion. She is loving, generally obedient, and wants to please. She is a pleasure to love and be around. Everyone who has met her loves her!

Ocha has been spayed, up to date on her shots, and microchipped.

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