Meet Maggie! She is a gorgeous female black Labrador, approximately six or seven years old. Maggie has a beautiful labby smile and a wagging tail every time you look her way. When you come home, she will run and get a toy or a bone to give you as a gift when you walk in the door. Her foster family calls her a “Velcro” dog because she wants to be with you wherever you are or whatever you do.
Maggie is 100% housetrained and has not had an accident in the house. There is a dog door she uses whenever she needs to go out in the backyard. Unfortunately, Maggie hasn’t shown much interest in the pool. Maggie is crate trained and ready to go into her crate at night when it’s bedtime.
Maggie is currently living with an older lab, three tiny dogs, and a cat. She loves to snuggle with her head in your lap. She is working on her leash skills and will need some training. In addition, Maggie has been caught counter surfing. Her new family must make sure all counters are cleared of items that could potentially harm her. Maggie has been around various people and has been gentle with all she meets.
Maggie is a medium-energy dog. She would benefit from daily walks for her general well-being but doesn’t bounce off the walls with energy if you want to lay back and relax.
Maggie was recently diagnosed with diabetes. WCLRR has been working with our vet and her foster family to stabilize her. After making the necessary adjustments to her medications and food after a few weeks, she is doing perfectly. However, her new family’s commitment must continue with her twice daily insulin injections and a special diet. Both of these are easy to maintain. Maggie’s foster representative will discuss this with Maggie’s potential new family.
Maggie is spayed, current on her vaccines, microchipped, and has had a complete examination with lab work done.