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Male Adult Labrador Retriever

If you have any questions about Boone, please contact West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue at

West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue

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About Boone

Adoption Fee: $450

Boone is healed and ready to meet his furever family! 

Meet Boone! He is sweet and handsome. Boone is approx eight years old and would love a new home. He came to us dirty and needing a brushing, so his foster took him straight to the groomers for a nice bath and a long brushing. His fur was extremely sunburnt and dull from being kept outside for apparently most of his life. Now Boone's coat is going to shine!

Boone loves being with people, and he would love to have a family that includes him in their daily activities. He would like to go on errands and does excellent in the car. 

Boone would like a family that would be home most of the time with another canine to be around. But mostly, he loves people. He has not been exercised much in his life. Since being in his foster home, he is active, climbing stairs and taking long daily walks. He loves being out and about! 

Boone is not destructive or food or toy possessive and takes treats gently. He has visited our vet and had bloodwork, urine analysis, senior panel, ear cleaning, and overall completed exam. 

Boone is ready for his forever home. He is neutered, up to date on his shots and microchipped.

If you think Boone could be a good fit for your family, please complete the adoption application on our website. If you are previously approved, send an email to and express your interest in adding Boone to your family. 



Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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West Coast Labrador Retriever Rescue

1230 Madera Rd.- Suite 5 288 Simi Valley CA 93065

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