I can’t remember exactly what happened, but I ended up on a shrimp dock in New Orleans all by myself. And there was a big storm coming. It was a hurry cane. I guess that means it was coming fast! I was scared and alone and the waves were getting bigger and bigger. Everyone else was leaving, but I had nowhere to go…
Until my new friend Jill helped save me. She took me to a local shelter and then thanks to help from a few other new friends, including Kim, I made it to Life is labs Rescue in Georgia.
I’m still a little squirt. I love to run and play just like every other puppy. The hurry cane coming was very scary, but other than that I’m not afraid of anything. I love playing with all of my friends of all sizes. And I LOVE to be cuddled and pet.
I have some pretty long legs, so I think I’m going to run like the wind once I figure out how to keep them under me. I would love to go hiking or play ball with you! I bet I’d like to swim, too!
I’m also well-behaved. When I first got her, I thought people liked when I chewed on their hands. but I figured out they don’t. Ok, point taken! Now I just lick! I’m also a very good girl at night; I sleep all in my crate all the way until it’s time to get up again.
I still don’t know why nobody wanted me and left me at a dock? I don’t think I did anything wrong, but maybe I chewed on somebody too much or something??? I don’t know, but you don’t have to worry about that anymore because around here, they keep telling me what a good little girl I am!
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For fun, here are two videos of a dog dancing with her owner. It’s a great way to waste a few minutes.
Sandy has an athletic, muscular build and a short, grayish-blue coat. One of her favorite games is tug-of-war and she will wear you out with her tenacious pulling on a rope toy. She also loves crazy-dog dashes around a fenced yard. She seems very people-centered. We’re not sure how she feels about other dogs, but she did make friendly overtures to some other shelter inhabitants through the fence, assuming the front legs on the ground, butt up, come-play-with-me pose. The best bet is to bring your existing dogs along for a meet and greet in one of the fenced play yards. Sandy will make a personable addition for the right family.
Replay is a gorgeous young adult male Black Lab who is available for adoption from the Barrow County Animal Shelter in Winder, Ga. It’s usually a happy dog who has his tongue hanging out of his mouth, so you can tell Replay is always a happy boy.
This puppy is a 6-8 week old male lab mix who is friendly and available for adoption from the Barrow County Animal Shelter in Winder, Ga.