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Amy

Female Adult Labrador Retriever

Meet Amy! She is a female Labrador Retriever approximately six-years-old. Until recently, Amy was used for breeding and is now looking t... show more

Meet Amy! She is a female Labrador Retriever approximately six-years-old. Until recently, Amy was used for breeding and is now looking to live out her life as someone's special girl.  Amy loves her people, believing she would be best in a home as an only dog. She has given so much of herself taking care of her beautiful puppies for several years. It's now Amy's time to be spoiled and not share the attention with other dogs.  Amy's favorite thing is to cuddle, and she does it well. Amy is housebroken and sleeps all night. She sleeps so well she snores the night away.  Amy is on the chunky side, so her new family will want to help her lose some pounds. No extra treats and limiting her food intake, along with regular exercise, will do wonders to accomplish this. Amy hasn't shown too much interest in toys. Amy also hasn't shown any interest in her foster swimming pool.  Amy loves being brushed and doesn't mind getting a bath. She has a beautiful shiny coat. Amy does well on a leash and is gentle taking treats.  When Amy arrived, she suffered from a UTI (urinary tract infection), which is now being treated.  Amy has been spayed, her vaccines are up to date, and she is microchipped.  If you are interested in Amy and have already been approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "AMY" in the subject line explaining why she is an excellent fit for your family. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! 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. show less

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Chris

Male Adult Labrador Retriever

Meet Chris! He is a 3 to 4-year-old male yellow Labrador Retriever who was rescued from a high kill shelter in the Inland Empire. Chris... show more

Meet Chris! He is a 3 to 4-year-old male yellow Labrador Retriever who was rescued from a high kill shelter in the Inland Empire. Chris is exceptionally handsome and a gentle boy who believes he's a lap dog.  Chris likes to settle in with his people and enjoys to cuddle. He is excellent at going with the flow and enjoys being around children and other dogs. Chris also likes to hang out and observe what's going on. He's a low to medium energy dog who adapts well to different environments (inside, outside, car rides, or hang out during your working.) Chris loves to go on walks and will need some training on pulling, especially when he sees other dogs and wants to play, as he is powerful. Chris is also intelligent and wants to please his people, as he responds well to training and direction. Chris is food motivated, which will make training easier. He is crate trained but prefers his fosters couch.  Chris hasn't shown any interest in the pool. He also hasn't figured out fetch. Chris is more inclined to follow his person around the yard and house.  Chris is a larger male Labrador Retriever but very gentle and loving. Chris is housebroken, but with any rescue dog, he could have an accident in his new home while learning a new routine, and as his family figures out his clues to go outside.  Chris is neutered, up to date on his vaccines, and microchipped. If you are interested in Chris and have already been approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "CHRIS" in the subject line explaining why he is an excellent fit for your family. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! 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.  show less

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Leo

Male Adult Labrador Retriever

Meet Leo! He is a male yellow Labrador Retriever approximately eight years old and is a sweet kid. Leo was picked up by animal control w... show more

Meet Leo! He is a male yellow Labrador Retriever approximately eight years old and is a sweet kid. Leo was picked up by animal control while he was wandering the streets. His owner never claimed him.  Leo came to WCLRR extremely thin and in poor condition, with horrible ear infections and covered in doggy warts and lumps. Leo was not neutered, and his skin was a mess.   Leo enjoys walking at a leisurely pace. He likes laying in the sun, then on a lovely cold floor. He is the perfect low energy, sweet couch potato! Leo gets along with dogs and people. He does display a higher prey drive, so we do not believe he would be a candidate to be with a cat.   Leo is very food motivated, and he can set the clock by breakfast and dinner time. He enjoys a varied diet, including apples, blueberries, peas, carrots, and green beans. (He is also known to pursue the kitchen trash and stake out the counters occasionally).   His new family will need to make sure that counters are cleared of all items and food that could harm him. Also, a trash can under the counter or locking device would be required.  Leo has been treated for his ears, neutered, his benign lumps removed, warts removed. He received complete bloodwork, many medicated baths, and all of his vaccines. He is microchipped.  If you are interested in Leo and have already been approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "LEO" in the subject line explaining why he is an excellent fit for your family. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! 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. show less

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Vince

Male Senior Golden Retriever

PLEASE READ! WESLEY AND VINCE ARE BEING ADOPTED AS A BONDED PAIR. Please do not ask about adopting them separately. THE DONATION REQUEST... show more

PLEASE READ! WESLEY AND VINCE ARE BEING ADOPTED AS A BONDED PAIR. Please do not ask about adopting them separately. THE DONATION REQUEST OF $1,200 IS FOR THE PAIR.  Meet Vince! He is an eight-year-old low, medium energy Golden Retriever who has the sweetest nature and loves to cuddle with hugs. He has a best friend named Wesley, and you never see one without the other.  Vince gets along very well with small dogs and cats. He sees the cat walking by but never gives him any more than a fleeting glance unless Wesley thinks it's a good idea to check out the cat.  Vince and Wesley do everything together, from playing with toys to chasing balls in the backyard. Vince is the champ when it comes to fetching and much better than Wesley in returning the ball. Vince believes he must practice fetching all day and all night long. He will usually settle down, though, if you "hide" the ball.   Vince eats very well next to Wesley and shows no sign of food or toy guarding. He will sleep through the night with no accidents, but we are still working on house training during the day. Vince has not yet mastered the dog door and has yet to give us the signs if he needs to go outside. He is a smart boy, so we believe he will get it if you are consistent with him for a while.   Vince is excellent on the leash and loves to go on walks with Wesley in the evening. He likes to meander a bit more than Wesley, so you will see Wesley turning around to make sure he's keeping up from time to time. Vince seems to handle the walks and Wesley, who is younger than him, so they both could be great hiking buddies. Vince is up to date on his vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.     Meet Wesley! He is a three-year-old medium energy Golden Retriever who's fun nature will steal your heart. He loves everyone, from children to other dogs. He is good with cats and is learning cats roll in a way different from dogs. Wesley is currently sharing his foster home with small dogs and a cat. You never see him without his best buddy, Vince. They do everything together, from eating to playing and sleeping side by side on their favorite blankets at night.   Wesley enjoys carrying a ball or a stuffy toy in his mouth. If he gets tired of the current toy, he will go over to the toy basket and rummage around until he finds the perfect toy. He also loves to chew on a Nylabone when it's time to chill out in the evening.   Wesley's favorite time of the day is either eating or going for a walk. He is terrific on a leash and has not shown to be reactive to other animals he's run across on his walks.  Wesley eats very well side by side with Vince and does not show any tendency toward food guarding. His new family will need to make sure that leftovers are put away right away, or they may find that Wesley has helped himself to them, his foster family is working on it, and he does take correction well. Wesley is fully house trained and will use the dog door when he needs to go outside. Although Wesley gets along with other dogs, he prefers to spend his time with Vince and will look for him if he is in another room or gets too far ahead of him when we walk. We want to adopt Wesley and Vince to a family and keep them together.   Wesley is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on his shots.   If you are interested in Wesley and Vince and are approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "WESLEY and VINCE" in the subject line explaining why they are an excellent fit for your family.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! 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.  show less

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Wesley

Male Adult Golden Retriever

PLEASE READ! WESLEY AND VINCE ARE BEING ADOPTED AS A BONDED PAIR. Please do not ask about adopting them separately. THE DONATION REQUEST... show more

PLEASE READ! WESLEY AND VINCE ARE BEING ADOPTED AS A BONDED PAIR. Please do not ask about adopting them separately. THE DONATION REQUEST OF $1,200 IS FOR THE PAIR.  Meet Wesley! He is a three-year-old medium energy Golden Retriever who's fun nature will steal your heart. He loves everyone, from children to other dogs. He is good with cats and is learning cats roll in a way different from dogs. Wesley is currently sharing his foster home with small dogs and a cat. You never see him without his best buddy, Vince. They do everything together, from eating to playing and sleeping side by side on their favorite blankets at night.   Wesley enjoys carrying a ball or a stuffy toy in his mouth. If he gets tired of the current toy, he will go over to the toy basket and rummage around until he finds the perfect toy. He also loves to chew on a Nylabone when it's time to chill out in the evening.   Wesley's favorite time of the day is either eating or going for a walk. He is terrific on a leash and has not shown to be reactive to other animals he's run across on his walks.  Wesley eats very well side by side with Vince and does not show any tendency toward food guarding. His new family will need to make sure that leftovers are put away right away, or they may find that Wesley has helped himself to them, his foster family is working on it, and he does take correction well. Wesley is fully house trained and will use the dog door when he needs to go outside. Although Wesley gets along with other dogs, he prefers to spend his time with Vince and will look for him if he is in another room or gets too far ahead of him when we walk. We want to adopt Wesley and Vince to a family and keep them together.   Wesley is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on his shots.   Meet Vince! He is an eight-year-old low, medium energy Golden Retriever who has the sweetest nature and loves to cuddle with hugs. He has a best friend named Wesley, and you never see one without the other.  Vince gets along very well with small dogs and cats. He sees the cat walking by but never gives him any more than a fleeting glance unless Wesley thinks it's a good idea to check out the cat.  Vince and Wesley do everything together, from playing with toys to chasing balls in the backyard. Vince is the champ when it comes to fetching and much better than Wesley in returning the ball. Vince believes he must practice fetching all day and all night long. He will usually settle down, though, if you "hide" the ball.   Vince eats very well next to Wesley and shows no sign of food or toy guarding. He will sleep through the night with no accidents, but we are still working on house training during the day. Vince has not yet mastered the dog door and has yet to give us the signs if he needs to go outside. He is a smart boy, so we believe he will get it if you are consistent with him for a while.   Vince is excellent on the leash and loves to go on walks with Wesley in the evening. He likes to meander a bit more than Wesley, so you will see Wesley turning around to make sure he's keeping up from time to time. Vince seems to handle the walks and Wesley, who is younger than him, so they both could be great hiking buddies. Vince is up to date on his vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.   If you are interested in Wesley and Vince and are approved to adopt, please send an email to adopt@wclrr.org and put "WESLEY and VINCE" in the subject line explaining why they are an excellent fit for your family.  PLEASE DO NOT USE THE "ADOPT" BUTTON ON THIS PAGE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION WITH WCLRR! 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.  show less