Meet Robin! She is a beautiful one-year-old Labrador Retriever/Australian Shepard mix. This sweet girl didn’t have much human interaction in her past but is looking forward to her bright future!

Robin is a sweet and sensitive girl who is learning that the world is not a scary place. She is smart and picks up cues from her current foster dog siblings. Robin will do best in a home with a dog companion. She has no food aggression and takes treats gently. Robin walks well on a leash and has shown no leash reactivity. She enjoys her walks and would do well with a family that likes to take long walks daily.

Robin is housebroken and crate trained. Robin thrives with structure and being with humans who have a calm demeanor. Her new family should be prepared to give Robin the time to warm up to them and the space she needs to feel secure. Positive reinforcement and praise will be critical as Robin gets to know her forever family. Her new family should reinforce a routine with Robin, so she knows what to expect. Robin will take some time to feel comfortable in her new home, but the reward of Robin’s love is well worth the wait! Patience is required from her new owners.

Robin’s foster mom has rarely heard her bark, and she is quiet in her crate. During the day, she likes to lay at her foster mom’s feet while she works. Due to Robin’s sensitive nature, she cannot be adopted to families with children under ten years of age.

Robin likes to chew on dog-appropriate toys. She needs tough Nylabones and Kong Extremes for strong chewers. She occasionally plays fetch, but she may warm up playing fetch more often with a playful buddy.

Robin is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, and microchipped.

ATTENTION! FOSTERS NEEDED! WCLRR is in dire need of foster families. If we cannot get more volunteers to foster for WCLRR, we will have no choice but to stop taking in dogs! Please contact Go to our Volunteer page to fill out an application.