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Note: If you are interested in adopting a lab you must first submit an Adoption Application to Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue. We can not guarantee that the dog that you are interested in will still be available after your application has been reviewed and processed.  However, we rescue more great dogs every week, and we update our web site daily!

 

 Layla

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Age

2-3 years

Breed

Black Lab Mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes

Size

65 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Yes, loves playing with other dogs.

Cats

Yes, does not mind them.

Children

She is great with kids, she likes to play pretty rough so some training is definitely needed.

Leash

Yes, pulls a little, but just needs training.

Personality

Layla is a wonderful dog. She was dropped off at a local shelter due to terrible allergies. It has taken a while, but all of her hair is grown back and she's not itchy anymore!! We've figured out that the magic formula for Layla to be itch-free is raw dog food. If you're ok feeding raw food (we have a company that it can be bought through and feeding it is very easy) and don't mind spending about $120/month on feeding her, please read on to hear about what a great dog Layla is!

Layla is your typical lab. She looks very labby, needs a lot of exercise, loves playing fetch and going on long walks. She loves the water and car rides. She is really good about laying down in the house when needed, sleeps through the night, and is crate trained. She gets along well with other dogs too! She loves to chew on kong toys or beef shank bones.

Layla loves all food, but her diet must be very strict where she only eats raw food - no store-bought treats, no table scraps, etc. She loves food so small kids that like to drop human food might not be a good fit. 

Story

Past owners dropped her off at the shelter due to her allergies

Thanks

to Lexie, Lakin and Miriam for being great fosters to Layla!!

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 Bart

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Age

20 months

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

60 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Bart is great with our dogs and they all love spending time together. They have a long walk every morning and spend the rest of the day playing, wrestling, or napping together. I've taken him to some friends and he got along well with their dogs as well. Not having a dog park out here, not sure about how he would fair being off leash with a pack of other dogs.

Cats

Bart absolutely needs a cat free home please.

Children

I have not had him around children but my sense is their energy and loud enthusiasm would be quite fearful to Bart.

Leash

Bart walks well on a leash and he is getting better about not pulling.

Personality

Bart is an incredibly sweet, cuddly, energetic, expressive, and happy boy but it takes a while for him to exhibit these traits in new environments and with new people.

Story

When one agrees to foster a dog with a sketchy past and very painful forelimb, the future is full of concerns, questions, and uncertainty. In Bart's case, a developmental orthopedic disease resulted in having to have his right forelimb amputated to stop his pain. Rather than slow him down, Bart recovered beautifully. He runs, jumps, wrestles with his canine brothers, and loves to hop into the car for rides around town. He doesn't care the destination, he just absolutely loves to go. Any open vehicle door and he is riding shotgun! When we have to leave the dogs at home, they are not crated but given free run of the house. We always return to the house as we left it, no accidents, no chewed up pillows, no destroyed couches, no walls eaten through. Just 3 warm spots on the bed and wagging tails. Then we go on an off leash walk to let everyone run and bark and relieve themselves. There are no issues at treat or meal times. Everyone knows they will receive "what the other guy is getting" so are just happy to be eating again. Gotta love labs. Although Bart is now my snuggle bunny and walking buddy, the first few days after his arrival were another matter. He was growly, preferred my husband and men to women, and didn't want to be messed with. Very untrusting. I of course thought "What have we gotten into?" But Bart seemed to want to be a part of the family. So with love, consistency, solid dog role models, and the freedom offered by the prairie Bart began to soften and give us a chance. He is now our dear foster who licks our faces and greets us so enthusiastically every morning. To see him happy and enjoying life again makes my heart smile for him. So his new family will probably go through a similar adjustment time. Unlike many labs who love the entire world every second, Bart needs to be sure and know his new family will be kind, trustworthy, patient, and understanding. Then he will become your dream dog for life. in fact, he is sitting in my lap making typing quite difficult so please excuse my typos. Please just let me know if you have any additional questions about this awesome boy and believe in second chances. So Bart has adjusted to life on the prairie better than I ever hoped. Yeah Bart!

Thanks

to Ken and Dyanne for being great fosters to Bart!!

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 Chancey

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Age

3 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes

Size

Medium - 46lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Chancey does well with other dogs. She must go to a home with another dog. She loves to play. Sometimes she gets REALLY excited and her foster siblings just kind of look at her like she's crazy, but she plays well. Sometimes she gets overly excited about playing and we have to stop her and make her sit for 5-10 seconds, like a mini time out, and then we let her go back at it. She seems to be an alpha, so would do best if there's not another alpha female in the house. She's played with lots of puppies and other dogs and generally gets along very well.

Cats

TBD

Children

Chancey may not do well with children. She isn't a big fan of strangers, and kids generally like to have friends over to their house which might make her nervous.

Leash

Chancey is working on her leash skills and is doing very well. Sometimes she walks loose-leash. Sometimes she veers in front of you by accident, and sometimes she pulls if she gets excited.

Personality

Chancey is a very excitable goofball. She's had a rough life, and needs someone that understands rescue dogs. She's would not be ideal for a first time dog owner. Chancey needs someone that can praise her when she's doing the right thing and also tell her when she's doing the wrong thing (barking loudly at strangers is the wrong thing, standing quietly is the right thing; getting too excited while playing is the wrong thing, playing calmly is the right thing). She just needs someone to constantly remind her what's ok and not ok. Chancey is not a perfect dog, and won't ever be - but she definitely is funny and is filled with personality. Chancey is an expert toy de-stuffer and she's also really good at squeaking toys. Sometimes she will take a squeaky toy and squeak it for 5 or 10 minutes straight - until the squeaker doesn't work anymore! Her favorite thing to do is roll around on the floor upside down while squeaking toys. Chancey would do best in a home with another dog, as she needs extra confidence that they could give her. She was a stray that lived on her own for what was probably a while, and she learned to sleep with one eye open. She is constantly on lookout and barks if she hears a new noise (or something she thinks is a new noise). Chancey has a case of Stranger Danger. She's working on it, but still gets scared/nervous around new people. She wouldn't ever bite someone, but she will approach strangers and bark loudly at them while wagging her tail at the same time. She wants to be friends with people, but is unsure of how to go about it. Chancey currently attends a training class in Parker every Saturday that is really helping her overcome her fears of people. It's taken her 4 months of weekly training sessions, but just recently she has started to go up to strangers in the class and not be scared. She's making some real progress!! Whoever adopts her would need to commit to bringing her to the training class (it's free for the rest of her life) and also work with her outside of the class, taking her places like the vet's office to socialize her more. Chancey has lived in the city and in the country. She much prefers country life - there are fewer scary noises and she likes the relaxed atmosphere of the country! Her favorite thing to do it get into a large area and run around as fast as she possibly can. Chancey really needs to go to a home that has a little room for her to run and play and where she wouldn't encounter a lot of other people/dogs while she's out on walks. Chancey has a lot of requirements in her forever home: another dog, someone very understanding, someone that can work with her and bring her to her training class, and someone that lives outside of the city. Chancey is a little more than your typical rescue dog, and she needs someone that understands that.

Story

Chancey originally came to RMLR in the Summer of 2015. She was found in Oklahoma living under a bridge (which explains her fears of people and loud noises and her preference for not living in the city). She got adopted but then was recently dumped at the DDFL with no explanation. So - we really don't know why she's back with us but now she needs another chance in life.

Thanks

to our volunteers for being great fosters to Chancey!!

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 Cody

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Age

3 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

55 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Cody does really well with other dogs. His play growl can sound kind of mean, but his body language says that he just wants to play and have fun! Cody MUST go to a home with another dog. He can lack confidence, and having another dog around to show him how to be calm really helps him. Also, Cody loves playing with other dogs, so he'd like a buddy to play with.

Cats

TBD

Children

Once Cody knows you, he loves you. But until you earn his trust, he isn't so sure about things. He's not aggressive or anything like that, but when he gets scared he just likes to leave the room and go sit somewhere else. Very small children wouldn't be a good fit for Cody as they wouldn't be able to read his body language if he was uncomfortable with a situation. Older kids would be fine. He previously lived with a 9 year old who adored him.

Leash

Cody can do well on a leash, but he can also be a puller at times. Especially if he sees a bunny rabbit.

Personality

Cody is a really sweet boy that wants to love you and be loved back. Everyone that has ever met him absolutely loves him and says how sweet he is. Overall, Cody is a pretty laid back dog. He likes to go on a daily walks and have playtime in the yard, but after that he is content to just lay at your feet. Cody at one point in his life went through a bad case of separation anxiety, but he's pretty much over it. He's very comfortable at his foster's house and they don't worry about leaving him alone anymore - and he doesn't even seem bothered by them leaving. He can be left alone for 6-7 hours on occasion, but someone that's home more often and works from home would be the best match for him. He would love it if his person was around most of the time and only left for a few hours every day. Cody can be a bit of an escape artist, but only if motivated to do so. If he thinks you've left him outside - even for one minute - he tries to find a way out of the yard and back to you. He's not trying to run away, he's trying to run back to you! If you are inside the yard with him, he wouldn't ever try to escape. Cody is a very intelligent dog, he knows sit, shake, double shake, down, and has even attended some fun training classes that he's liked. He loves treats and praise and will do anything for it. Cody usually hangs out with his foster family, and loves getting petted but isn't very snuggly on the couch. He will snuggle for 5-10 minutes, and then decide that that's enough. At night, he usually retreats to his "office" and either sleeps in there or the bedroom.

Story

Cody had a rough start in life, but has finally learned that he's not going to be abandoned. He just wants a place to call his forever home! And someone to give him lots of treats!

Thanks

to Jo & Paul for being great fosters to Cody!!

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 Alice

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Age

2 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Yes

Size

50 lbs

House Trained

Yes!!!!

Other Dogs

She does fine in a controlled environment, but should go to a home where she is the only dog. She gets had resource guarding with toys and food.

Cats

TBD

Children

TBD

Leash

Ok. Does best with an easy walk harness.

Personality

Alice is the perfect size and wants to be loved by everyone. She is extremely friendly and loves people.  She connects quickly to her humans and wants to be by your side. She seems to be happy all the time and her tail never stops wagging.  She is so happy that her entire body wags. When she plays, she  has the cutest jump in her play. She loves to play fetch and carry around her stuffed animals. She responds very well to redirection and learned immediately to stay off the couch and sleep on her own bed. She would benefit with regular ecersize, but understands when play time is over. She is 100% house trained and goes in her crate when I am gone. She sleeps on her doggie bed at night. She has obviously had training. In her previous foster home, she did have some resource guarding with toys and food towards other dogs.  So, it would be best if she was the only dog.

Story

Alice is a rescue from Houston.

Thanks

to Laurie for being a great foster to Alice!!

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 Jackson

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Age

10-12 years

Breed

Chocolate Lab mix, maybe part hound

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

96 lbs Goal weight is 100-102

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Very good. When he first arrived at his foster home, he tried a little domination posturing with the resident dogs, but he reads cues well and the dogs all worked things out very easily.

Cats

TBD

Children

We haven't been around children yet, but we wouldn't expect any problems because Jackson is gentle and sweet -- although also BIG!

Leash

Enjoys walks. Pulls some; would improve with training, and possibly a Gentle Leader or Halti. Currently can walk about 3/4 of a mile before he tires, then his back feet drag a little.

Personality

Mellow, sweet, cooperative, and friendly. He likes people and other dogs. Jackson is a sweet older gentleman. He follows his foster parents around the house and likes to be near you. He has some weakness or instability in his hind end, probably neurological. He needs a home with carpet or lots of area rugs as he has trouble getting up from slick flooring. He also needs a home with few stairs. His blood work results are very good, and we are clearing up a few minor health issues. The only long-term health issue he seems to have is his hind end impairment. He is a handsome, loving guy with a gorgeous soft coat, and he needs a new forever family!

Story

Jackson was surrendered by his owners in January to a shelter in Missouri. They said they were losing their home.

Thanks

to Joanna and Maris for being great fosters to Jackson!!

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 Luke

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Age

2 years

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Yes

Size

84.6 lbs

House Trained

Yes

Other Dogs

Loves them all

Cats

TBD

Children

Loves them too!

Leash

Walks pretty well but could use some training as he does pull some

Personality

Luke has the typical lab demeanor because he wants everyone to know who he is and that he is at your side. His tail does not stop wagging and he LOVES TO PLAY!! He is totally potty trained and does well in the house not being crated when left alone. I am not sure he would kennel well or at all as he is very cautious of being confined in small rooms, even when I am in there with him. He is learning that snuggling, hugs, and laps are AWESOME! He is a big boy who does not understand how to control his body yet. However, he plays really well with my 8 year old son and rarely jumps on him. We are working on his diet to help him loose 10-15 lbs. He loves to go on walks and experience what this is all about. He loves to go to the dog park and meet new dog and human friends! He has no food aggression, but is not use to having his hind area nor legs/ paws touched. I believe Luke was kenneled for long periods of time without much interaction.

Story

Luke was relinquished by his owners because they did not have time for him and said he has severe separation anxiety. However, as we get to know Luke I would say he only wants everyone to know he is around and will do anything to get your attention. We are working on what NO means and that toys are what he should be playing with. He wants to just be around people and to please everyone. He will need a family who is very active and willing to play with him a lot. In return you will be adopting an amazing dog who is learning what real dog life is like.

Thanks

to Heather, Mia, Quintin, Snow, Oso, Biscuit and Ryzer for being great fosters to Luke!!

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 Grayson

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Age

8 years

Breed

Lab

Sex

Male

Fixed

Not yet. He is heartworm positive and can't go under anesthesia until the heartworm treatment is over. As soon as the vet says he can be neutered, he will be.

Size

65lbs and needs to gain a few more - Ideally he needs to be 67-70lbs.

House Trained

He marked a few times at first. Also, sometimes he get so excited that he pees a little bit.

Other Dogs

The shelter that he was in said that he didn't really like male dogs, but it could have been the stressful shelter environment or it could be that he doesn't like them because he hasn't been neutered yet. He does well with female dogs.

Cats

Grayson is a sweet boy, but has a sensitive hind-end. We recommend only older children with him, probably teenagers and older that can understand that he doesn't want to be touched by his back legs.

Children

Unknown but Grayson would likely be ok with children. Due to possible ACL tears in Grayson's back legs, he does not like his legs touched and will growl at you if they are touched. So far he has only growled. I regularly test how his legs are feeling and never push him past those limits where he would potentially bite because he doesn't want to be touched. Grayson needs to go into a home with no children or older children who understand that while he is recovering, they are not to touch his back legs.

Leash

Grayson does not know heel but he walks very nicely on the leash.

Personality

Grayson is your typical sweet lab. He needs a lot of TLC and belly rubs. He loves car rides! It appears that someone was probably abusive towards Grayson at one point in his life - he gets upset if you raise your voice or raise your hand (even if it's not in his direction). He loves laying in his crate, which is his sanctuary. Grayson has quite a few medical issues at the moment: He is heartworm positive, needs to be neutered, has a few bad teeth, and his back legs hurt him. He will start his heartworm treatment soon, and as soon as our vet gives the ok (which may be months out), we will get him neutered and have his teeth looked at. We will also know more about his back legs soon, so check back for an update on that! Grayson needs someone that is willing to take care of him and all of his medical needs and give him the love and attention that he deserves but never got as a younger dog.

Story

Grayson was originally transported from Houston to a local Colorado shelter. Due to his age and many health issues they knew that they would not be able to adopt him out so they asked us to help. He's now with RMLR and we will help him get all of the medical attention he needs and find him his forever home!

Thanks

to Laken for being a great foster to Grayson!!

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 Jax

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Age

3-4 months

Breed

Lab mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Pending

Size

Puppy Size

House Trained

Working on it

Other Dogs

Yes

Cats

Unsure. Can't imagine not.

Children

Yes. Jax still has his sharp baby teeth. Younger children should be closely supervised

Leash

Yes. Needs work but seems to be a fast learner. Jax does not pull and will stay next to your side with guidance.

Personality

A sweet, lovable snuggle bug. Puppy energy!! Jax has a lot of energy, still in the chewing stage and very inquisitive. He calms readily and will sleep in his crate.

Story

Jax is a rescue from Missouri

Thanks

to M.E. and Joe for being great fosters to Jax!!

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 Hammit

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Age

9 weeks

Breed

Lab/Golden Mix

Sex

Male

Fixed

Not Yet

Size

15-20 lbs

House Trained

Not Yet

Other Dogs

I like my litter mates and my fosters 3 dogs.

Cats

What is a cat?

Children

The ones I have met are great!

Leash

I don't know what that is yet.

Personality

I am all boy. I love to explore and I like tennis balls.                                                                                                                              

Story

Owner release from Denver metro. One of eight. I think my dad was a golden but you can't tell by the way I look.

Thanks

to Carol & Troy for being great fosters to Hammit!!

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 Ella

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Age

9 weeks

Breed

Lab/Golden Mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Not Yet

Size

15-20 lbs

House Trained

Not Yet

Other Dogs

I like my litter mates and my fosters 3 dogs.

Cats

What is that?

Children

I think they are fun.

Leash

I am sorry what is that?

Personality

Snuggle, run, bird, run, play, eat, poop, sleep                .                                                                                                                              

Story

Owner release from Denver metro. One of eight. I think my dad was a golden but you can't tell by the way I look.

Thanks

to Carol & Troy for being great fosters to Ella!!

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 Laine

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Age

9 weeks

Breed

Lab/Golden Mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Not Yet

Size

15-20 lbs

House Trained

Not Yet

Other Dogs

My fosters 3 dogs are cool.

Cats

A what?

Children

The few I have met were awesome.

Leash

What is Leash?

Personality

I AM PUPPY! Ta Da! Hear me learn how to bark            .                                                                                                                              

Story

Owner release from Denver metro. One of eight. I think my dad was a golden but you can't tell by the way I look.

Thanks

to Carol & Troy for being great fosters to Laine!!

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 Cenna

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Age

9 weeks

Breed

Lab/Golden Mix

Sex

Female

Fixed

Not Yet

Size

15-20 lbs

House Trained

Not Yet

Other Dogs

I do like other dogs.

Cats

I sorry a what?

Children

I like licking sticky ones.

Leash

I am not familiar with that word.

Personality

I am so cute and all puppy right now.                                                                                                                                                     

Story

Mommy is a lab and we think daddy was a Golden. I was born right here in Denver metro.

Thanks

to Carol & Troy for being great fosters to Cenna!!

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CROSSPOSTS

These ARE NOT Rocky Mountain Lab Rescue Dogs.  Please use the contact information listed if you are interested in learning more about any of the dogs below.  
 

Savannah

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I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.

Savannah's Story...

Savannah is a loving yellow lab who is wonderful with people and is looking for a place where she can play freely and be happy!  When her humans moved from their house with a backyard to a smaller townhome, she felt out of place and rattled by all the dogs strutting their stuff by her front window.  Savannah has displayed aggression towards other dogs but gets along great with every other being, including cats and children!

If you are looking to help a sweet older girl finally find a place where she can feel comfortable and give you all the loves, then you've found her :)  Savannah is altered, housetrained,  and getting her vaccinations soon.

www.Home2HomePets.org

Oscar and Hank

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 Oscar and Hank are 1 year old Labrador mixes looking for fun, energetic homes!  These boys are beautiful but still lack manners.  They are both having fun learning agility and basic commands, they are smart cookies!  If interested, please call Eagle County Animal Services for more Information. 970-328-3647

Jax

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Hello, My name is Jax. I am a very sweet Lab/Husky Mix. I was adopted from a family that spent a couple months training me. I am house trained and kennel trained and I am learning to fetch. I am very energetic and require a lot of exercise, preferably in a big yard where I can run freely. I get nervous when meeting new dogs, and I am very selective about my doggy friends. I have lived with dogs in the past and done very well with them, but it takes time for me to warm up. Little children also make me a little nervous, so I would be a better fit for a home with older children and adults. I am unbelievably sweet and very smart, cuddling is my favorite thing to do. I am very loyal to my family and will be protective of you. I would love to find my forever home with you, I want nothing more than to love and be loved. References will be checked and a rehoming fee. If interested, contact casillaslizeth@gmail.com

Oscar

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Oscar is a lab mix and probably around 1 year old.

Contact the Eagle County Animal Shelter if interested.
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Mowgli

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Age 10 months

Breed Lab/Boxer mix

Sex Male

Fixed Yes

Size 55 lbs

House Trained Yes

Other Dogs Mowgli is great with our other dogs and they all love spending time together. They spend the day playing, wrestling, or napping together. I've taken him to visit family and he got along well with the other dogs as well, when dog friends have come to visit he gets along well with them. He has never been to a dog park, not sure about how he would do being off leash with a pack of other dogs.

Cats He is curious but hasn’t had much exposure to cats.

Children Mowgli is wonderful with children, he shares a home with 3 kids ages 10, 15, and 17.

Leash Mowgli loves to go on walks and jogs. He is extremely strong and is working on HEEL. He pulls HARD when he sees other dogs.  It takes him a good 10 minutes before he realizes he is on a leash and cannot run to everything he is curious about.  He definitely needs someone to work with him every day but he is extremely smart and will learn quickly.

Personality Mowgli is incredibly sweet, cuddly, energetic, expressive, and happy boy!  I wish I could keep him forever! 

Story When Mowgli was 4 weeks and 1 day old he was found at a park.  He was shivering and cold and his owner, a homeless man, had left him in the grass.  After speaking with Mowgli’s owner it was learned that Mowgli’s parents were owned by a homeless couple and they were unable to take care of the 10 puppies in the litter and the puppies were given away.  In speaking with the new owner it was found that Mowgli was unable to eat adult kibble, given his age, and the owner was unable to provide him with the proper diet of puppy formula.  The owner asked me if I would take him and then return him once Mowgli was able to eat regular dog food.  Knowing that Mowgli would be out in the elements with his owner who could not feed him left me with no choice but to take Mowgli and promise to give him back at 12 weeks.  My family took Mowgli home and bottle fed, then saucer fed him goat’s milk.  We took him to the vet, vaccinated him, neutered him, microchipped him, and made him part of our family.  The homeless owner contacted me a few times but I never heard from him again.  Thankfully so, I never had to return Mowgli.  Unfortunately, though, I really do not have the capacity to care for a 3rd dog.  Mowgli is a WONDERFUL DOG!!!!  He is SO PERFECT!!!!  If you have an active lifestyle and desire a loyal, friendly, and SMART dog this might be your guy! I cannot say enough good things about this baby and I wish I could keep him….

Please contact Kate if interested 303-579-4731 and kate.hoch@ucdenver.edu 

A small rehoming fee will be charged and references will be checked.