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Dexter

Male Adult Labrador Retriever (mixed)

Meet Dexter! He is a handsome male Labrador Retriever approximately three years old. Dexter was surrendered to WCLRR when his family had... show more

Meet Dexter! He is a handsome male Labrador Retriever approximately three years old. Dexter was surrendered to WCLRR when his family had a change of employment. They acknowledged he should have a better living situation than they could provide. Dexter is excellent in the house; he is completely housebroken and has never had an accident in his foster home. He also loves walks, and he enjoys people and other dogs along the way.  Dexter hasn't shown a real interest in toys, and he has explored his foster pool by putting his feet in and standing on the stair though he hasn't ventured into actually swimming pool yet.  Dexter would love a home or person who will include him in their daily activities. He loves his people and may show a little protectiveness by letting out a couple of barks to alert you when someone is coming.  Dexter is overweight because his former family had him self feeding; they would fill a bowl to the top, and he'd eat all day. Labradors cannot be free-fed. His new family should keep him on a strict diet to shed some of these extra pounds.  Dexter is neutered, up to date on his shots, and microchipped.  If you are interested in meeting Dexter, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "DEXTER" in the subject line.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! Dexter is an exceptional dog. We expect a lot of interest in this boy, so please understand that we only have one Dexter. There will be some disappointed families but know we always place our dogs with the best match. As our motto says, "We're All About the Dogs."  PLEASE READ! Due to the overwhelming demand for dogs and the current shortage of dogs in need of rescue, your wait time to adopt could be very long. We are trying our best to get dogs to families, and your patience is appreciated. You may have a considerable wait time after applying and having your home interview. Neither one guarantees you will receive a dog. Thank you for your understanding and patience, The WCLRR Team - “We’re All About the Dogs” show less

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Harvey

Male Puppy Labrador Retriever

Meet Harvey! He is a 15-month-old English Labrador Retriever. This gorgeous boy is the poster pup for English labs, from his blocky head... show more

Meet Harvey! He is a 15-month-old English Labrador Retriever. This gorgeous boy is the poster pup for English labs, from his blocky head, bear paw feet, otter tail, and the perfect weight of 75lbs. His looks will grab your attention, and his personality will steal your heart! Harvey is house and crate trained. He has had basic obedience training and once adjusted behaves and responds well. He walks well on a leash, and he also rides well in the car. Harvey gets along well with other dogs and loves to play with them. He LOVES water, and he plays a little ball. While Harvey sounds perfect on paper (and practically is!), he needs a reliable and experienced leader to help him mature and grow through his adolescent puppyhood to become that prized, loyal companion he is meant to be.  Harvey has terrific potential but will require strong leadership, experience with the mind/attitude of an adolescent pup, and patience as he settles and adjusts to his new environment and furever home. He is not a candidate for a first-time dog or lab owner. Only experienced owners will be considered.  Harvey should probably be an only dog at this point in his life so that he gets the one on one attention he needs at this stage in his young life. An extended family with other dogs that he could play with often would allow him the interaction and stimulation he needs and loves and would be an excellent fit for him. We will not place Harvey in a home with very young children; he is a big boy and could easily knock them over. We will consider families with children over 10.  Harvey would LOVE a swimming pool if not in his backyard then one nearby that he could often visit as he is true to this water-loving breed. Harvey is neutered, up to date on his vaccines, and microchipped.  If you are already approved to adopt and think that you are a perfect home for Harvey, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "HARVEY" in the subject line and explain why you believe Harvey is a good fit for your family.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! Harvey is an exceptional dog. We expect a lot of interest in this boy so please understand that we only have one Harvey. There will be some disappointed families but know we always place our dogs with the best match. As our motto says, "We're All About the Dogs." PLEASE READ! Due to the overwhelming demand for dogs and the current shortage of Labradors and Golden Retrievers in need of rescue, your wait time to adopt could be very long. We are trying our best to get dogs to families, and your patience is appreciated. You may have a considerable wait time after applying and having your home interview. Neither one guarantees you will receive a dog.  Thank you for your understanding and patience. The WCLRR Team - "We're All About the Dogs" show less

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Macy

Female Adult Golden Retriever Poodle (Standard) (mixed)

Meet Macy! She is a beautiful mix of Labrador, Golden, Poodle, and Flat Coat Retriever. She is stunning and very regal. Macy is approxim... show more

Meet Macy! She is a beautiful mix of Labrador, Golden, Poodle, and Flat Coat Retriever. She is stunning and very regal. Macy is approximately 7-8 years old. Macy became a WCLRR pup due to Covid-19 when her family found that they were unable to continue to give Macy the attention and home that she deserved. Macy has impeccable house manners. She's completely housebroken, uses a doggy door, sleeps through the night, and only gets on furniture when given the "ok" to do so. She walks well on a leash and enjoys long walks. She does bark at other dogs along the walk.   Macy patiently waits to be fed and isn't food or toy aggressive. However, she will occasionally surf counters and dig through trash looking for food, so care will need to be taken to keep food and debris out of her reach. Her new family will need to invest in locking trash cans or keep trash under the sink out of her reach. Macy loves all the attention and we think she might like to be an only dog because of this.   Macy can be playful but waits for someone to initiate play: tug-of-war, fetch, etc. She is content and responsive when the playing ends. Macy happily spends her days lying on the patio, enjoying the neighborhood sights and sounds, or near a family member indoors. She is a very easy-going girl! In her foster home, she's become a devoted watchdog – on the alert to people or animals near the house and is always obedient when told to stop barking.  With her full coat of beautiful curly black hair, she will need regular grooming. Fortunately, she loves being brushed! Macy will make a great addition to a family or someone looking for a soulmate. Macy is spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and had a complete senior blood panel done.  If you believe you would love to make Macy part of your family and have already been approved to adopt, send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "MACY" in the subject line and let us know your interest in meeting her. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! PLEASE READ! Due to the overwhelming demand for dogs and the current shortage of Labradors and Golden Retrievers in need of rescue, your wait time to adopt could be very long. We are trying our best to get dogs to families, and your patience is appreciated. You may have a considerable wait time after applying and having your home interview. Neither one guarantees you will receive a dog.  Thank you for your understanding and patience. The WCLRR Team - "We're All About the Dogs" show less

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Shelby

Female Senior Labrador Retriever

Meet Shelby! She's a female yellow Labrador between eleven to twelve years old. Sadly, her owner passed away at the age of 53 this past... show more

Meet Shelby! She's a female yellow Labrador between eleven to twelve years old. Sadly, her owner passed away at the age of 53 this past January from a disease similar to Parkinson's. He owned Shelby since she was a puppy.  Shelby is currently fostered by the former owner's best friend, who cannot keep her due to his living situation. But he signed up with WCLRR to be her foster so they could be together during the adoption process. That, in our opinion, is a true best friend. Shelby likes to start her days with a slow and very casual "doggie cardio" walk for about 15-20 minutes. She enjoys sniffing flowers and meeting people. Shelby can be leash reactive with other dogs and will pull and bark at them. She has not been cat tested but has stayed with other dogs. At this time, she is not living with other dogs, however. Shelby is adorable and friendly with people, but maybe protective when on a leash.  Shelby is potty trained and excellent with a doggie door. She likes to be brushed daily. She's an older girl who will love being with a family that doesn't have a lot of excitement or too much physical activity. Shelby is a "cruiser" and will enjoy hanging out and being loved. Since she is an older girl, she should go to a home with teenaged children or adults only. Shelby is spayed, had a dental cleaning (with some extractions), a senior blood panel, a fecal test, and is up to date on all her vaccinations. Due to her age and some stiffness in her hindquarters, she is on an affordable NSAID.  If you believe Shelby would be an excellent addition to your home and understand she will always require medication, please visit our website for our application. If you are already approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "SHELBY" in the subject line expressing your interest in adopting her.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! show less

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Walter

Male Adult Labrador Retriever

Meet Walter! He is a handsome black male Labrador Retriever, approximately 7-9 years old. Walter was found wandering in the High Desert... show more

Meet Walter! He is a handsome black male Labrador Retriever, approximately 7-9 years old. Walter was found wandering in the High Desert when a good Samaritan picked him. After looking for Walters owners for several weeks, it was determined that he probably was dumped in the desert. We rushed to get him and took him to our veterinarian immediately. Walter was in bad shape. Since then he has been given the royal treatment. Walter has received full-body X-rays, shots, neutered, blood work, and a dental. He also received cold laser treatment and acupuncture because of a limp from an old injury that never healed properly. Walter also had a biopsy to make sure his swollen paw wasn't something bad, and the good news is, it was confirmed that it was another old injury that never healed correctly. Walter will always have the limp, but it doesn't stop him from enjoying short walks and backyard play with the other dogs in his foster home. Walter has learned a few commands while with his foster, and he loves to be brushed. He will sit forever if your willing to brush him. Also, he loves baths.  Walter loves all food, even fruit. He is at a perfect weight approximately 75 lbs and can hop on a couch or in a car easily. Because of his limp, he mostly enjoys hanging out in the backyard with the foster family's dogs. Walter has not shown any interest in the pool, but this would be an excellent exercise for him and his aging joints and some arthritis he has in his elbows.  Walter is a happy lab, always wagging his tail and loving his new life as a WCLRR pup. Walter can be a counter surfer, so his new family will want to make sure that all food, remotes, eyeglasses, medicines, candy, and all items are kept clear.  Walter will probably always need to be on some meds for his paw and arthritis, but this is manageable. His foster representative can discuss his current needs with his potential new family.   Walter is neutered, up to date on his vaccines; microchipped had completed labs were done and a dental.  If you are looking for a mellow boy who will shower you with love, Walter might be for you. If you have already been approved and have an interest in meeting Walter, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "WALTER" in the subject line, telling us your interest in Walter.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! PLEASE READ! Due to the overwhelming demand for dogs and the current shortage of Labradors and Golden Retrievers in need of rescue, your wait time to adopt could be very long. We are trying our best to get dogs to families, and your patience is appreciated. You may have a considerable wait time after applying and having your home interview. Neither one guarantees you will receive a dog.  Thank you for your understanding and patience. The WCLRR Team - "We're All About the Dogs" show less