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July 29, 2010

Sully and Rex Need Homes

Sully REX
That's Sully on top. He's about 5 years old, quiet and laid-back. He's tall, weighs about 80 pounds and has a nice blocky lab head. His owner had to move and he got left at the pound.

"Lucky for me, Lab Rescue came right away and bailed me out,'' Sully says. "I was left outside a lot at my old home and I'm loving the adjustment to living indoors. I stay off the furniture, don't chew on stuff and I'm also fully crate trained. I love to just hang around wherever you are, I especially like to curl up under the computer desk while my foster dad is working. I like to go for walks, I'm pretty good on leash and will get even better with practice. I get along great with other dogs. There are no cats around here, but I think I would be okay with them too. Because of my size I should not go to a home with children under age 7.''

Rex says: "I have great house manners.I am housebroken and get along with other dogs and love people. I am not sure about cats or small children under 7 yrs old. I love attention...my foster mom gives me lots of belly rubs! When it is playtime I love chasing the ball outdoors. I am not sure why I ended up in the shelter but the volunteers from Lab Rescue came and found me a foster home....I am only 5yrs old so I would love to find myself a permanent cozy place to call home...I promise I am one of the sweetest yellow Labs you will ever meet.''

If you are interested in meeting or adopting SULLY or one of our other labs contact Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida by visiting our website www.labradorrescue.net  or call 1-866-464-LABS. LRROF has all our Labs microchipped, spayed or neutered, up to date on shots and each adoption comes with a 30 day pre-paid pet health insurance plan. All applicants will have a home inspection and vet reference (if applicable).


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