Meet Reyna! She is a two-to-three-year-old female yellow Labrador Retriever with beautiful eyes. WCLRR rescued Reyna from a high-kill shelter, where she’d been brought in as a stray.

Reyna is a high-energy dog that loves playing with other dogs and going for walks. She enjoys playing fetch with a ball and likes to play with stuffed and tug toys. However, she does like to chew, and her new family should be sure to give her plenty of appropriate toys to chew on.

Reyna is very people-oriented. She loves people of all ages and is very affectionate with them. Although Reyna is a young dog with a lot of energy, she will also settle at her foster’s feet for a nap while her foster is working or watching television.

Reyna is house-trained and hasn’t had any accidents in her foster home. However, her new family should take her outside frequently until she is used to her new home. Reyna is also crate-trained. She sleeps quietly through the night in a crate in her foster’s bedroom.

Reyna knows “sit” and “come.” She does pretty well on a leash, but her new family should work with her to improve her leash manners.

Reyna is intelligent and food-motivated, which should help her learn more commands with her new family. She hasn’t been observed counter surfing, but her new family should keep counters clear of food and dangerous items such as medicines.

Reyna’s ideal home would be with an active individual, couple, or family with a secure yard and someone home most of the time. We do not know if she has been around very young children, but she would be fine in a family with older children.

Reyna loves playing with other dogs. She would enjoy a home with one or more dogs but would also be fine as an only dog.

Reyna 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 or visit our VOLUNTEER page to fill out an application.