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Darla (Courtesy Listing)

Female Adult Labrador Retriever Hound (Unknown Type) (mixed)

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About Darla (Courtesy Listing)


Darla is an adult hound/labrador retriever mix, 50-55 lbs. About 3 years old. She was rescued from a shelter, and just after that surprised us by giving birth to 7 puppies! They were born on March 22, and there were 4 girls and 3 boys. *All have now been adopted. 

Darla was a great mom to them. All her little pups adored her.  She is non-aggressive and very nice with other dogs but not sure about kitties.  

She is loving with her people, and she greets with a happy tail wag and lots of wiggling. However, we've noticed that she is timid of young active kids. 

Overall, she is a calm, sweet girl who just needs a little one on one to blossom. Note that she can jump a 6-foot fence. She will need an escape-proof yard, or ideally not to be left by herself outside until she has settled into her new home.  Someone home a lot and/or who can take Darcy along on outings would be a plus.  

Please text - Barb Marsh 909-938-0847 

PLEASE DO NOT INQUIRE ABOUT DARLA THROUGH THE WCLRR ADOPTION EMAIL OR APPLICATION PROCESS. WCLRR is posting DARLA as a courtesy and does not have information or a connection to DARLA. We do ask that if you love DARLA and would like to give her a great furever home, please contact her people directly. We'd also ask for a small donation to WCLRR to help us continue to save dogs whether via adoption or courtesy post :)



Darla (Courtesy Listing)
3 years, 3 months
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

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

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