Archive for the 'Available Dogs – Owner Listings' Category
Owner Listings are posted as a courtesy with Luvin Labs acting as a facilitator in this process. We will receive applications, send them to the owner, and work with both parties to find a suitable home. However, Luvin Labs has not evaluated these dogs and has only provided information supplied by the owner. We make no representations of, either expressed or implied, as to the health and/or temperament of courtesy listing dogs.
Bailey is the sweetest young pup of just under a year old. Previously underfed and under-cared for, Jemez Pueblo Animal Rescue (JPAR) has taken her over to give her the care she needs until she can be adopted out into a really good home. She is shown as special needs only because she had a broken leg at some time that wasn’t repaired, so she has a strange little gait as she walks. Vet says she is not in pain and no surgery to repair is needed, but she may have arthritis as she ages. She is gaining weight quickly now with proper care and is very eager to have her own forever home. If you are interested in her, please call Samuel of the JPAR at 505 328 2312. Courtesy Listing
My name is Tucker, I weigh 60 pounds and I am a 8 month old lab puppy who was kicked to the curb in a small Texas town. A nice lady took me in and fed me until someone else came along to get me to the vet. After some much needed weight gain, shots, and a little snip-snip, I am up to date on my shots, neutered and healthy. Can you help me find my forever home?! I have been taught to sit, shake, and fetch! I’m house trained and too rough for cats, but do great with kids and other dogs. Please contact: Amber Reed email@example.com (806) 831 4625 LOCATED in Hobbs, NM
*willing to help with transport
Nothing better than the fun you can have with lab of your own…unless of course that’s 2 labs. Meet Luth and Boss, a pair of 5-6 year old pure bred siblings. They are described by their owner as sweet and loving…typical labs for sure! So why are they looking for a new home? Luth and Boss love the outdoors and exploring…for years they have lived within the confines of an invisible fence, but recently discovered if they run fast enough they can leave the boundaries and the world is their playground. Unfortunately their owner is unable to erect a secure fence. They are not jumpers, are house trained, display no separation anxiety and love other dogs and kids. We really need to find a safe home together for this bonded pair.
If you are interested in meeting Luth and Boss click here for information on the adoption process. There you will find the online application which, when completed, can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt of the application a volunteer will be in touch with you within 10 days. Should you have additional questions or want to foster him call (505) 362-0331. Owner Listing
Fonz is a typical and adorable young lab pup. At just 9 months old he’s at that perfect age to benefit from basic obedience training in order to become the perfect family member. He’s already house trained, crate trained and gets along great with children and other dogs, both large and small. His owner has accepted a traveling job which hinders her ability to properly train and care for him. In addition, Fonz currently spends 10 hours a day crated which is not the perfect life for any dog, much less one so young and energetic.
If you are interested in meeting Fonz click here for information on the adoption process. There you will find the online application which, when completed, can be emailed to email@example.com. Upon receipt of the application a volunteer will be in touch with you within 10 days. Should you have additional questions or want to foster her call (505) 362-0331. Owner Listing
Are you looking for your first Labrador Retriever? Maybe you know you’ll be a wonderful owner but you are a little worried because you work and don’t want him to be lonely? We have the perfect dog for you!! His name is Jake and Duke! Jake and Duke are 5 year old brothers and they are a bonded pair. Their current owner tells us they are big boys and that they’re Lab mixes, however it appears that their Labrador genetics prevailed in the mix. Both boys are neutered, housebroken and know how to use a dog door. They spend the majority of their time indoors and are well behaved in the house. They are happy, loving boys but it is unclear whether or not they get along with other dogs or cats since they’ve really only been around one-another. Jake and Duke love women and children but it’s been several years since they’ve interacted with a human male… so they may not know exactly what to make of Mr. Adopter for a little bit. Both boys have very distinct personalities, Duke is the happy-go-lucky, outgoing one and Jake likes to hang back for a minute and let Duke assess the situation before committing.
Jake and Duke were born on 12/9/2009 and adopted as pups. They are very loved dogs and it is with a heavy heart that their owner must find them a new family. Due to unfortunate circumstances, she is moving in with her daughter and Jake and Duke would be dogs #7 and #8. She felt they had so much love to give, that they needed to be dogs #1 and #2. We agree. If you are thinking of adopting one dog but have room for two, we encourage you to meet these two incredibly awesome boys!
If you are interested in meeting Jake and Duke click here for information on the adoption process. There you will find the online application which, when completed, can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt of the application a volunteer will be in touch with you within 7 days. Should you have additional questions call (505) 362-0331. Owner Listing
Blake is a beautiful, black, 2 year old male Labrador Retriever- these pictures don’t do him justice. His owner is being forced to move and only has a limited window to find him a home. He has a great time with older children and adults, but his playful “labbiness” may not be right for smaller children or persons who are not steady on their feet. He thinks that toys are very special things that should be loved and played with often and, true to his Labrador roots, he also thinks that water is the best invention ever. Blake has cats in his life and his current owner says “he chases them but has never hurt them” (not exactly a vote of confidence). He gets along with other dogs, but he can be selective as far as other male dogs go (for example, he thinks the male Shiz zu in his life is a fine friend, but he’s not such a fan of male Basset Hounds). Blake needs some basic obedience training- he has lived in kennels almost exclusively so he may also need a little work on house manners. Blake is UTD on all vaccines, but has not been heartworm tested. If you have time to invest training a new dog, Blake just needs a little refinement to reach his full potential. He is beautiful and has tons of potential.
If you are interested in meeting Blake click here for information on the adoption process. There you will find the online application which, when completed, can be emailed to email@example.com. Upon receipt of the application a volunteer will be in touch with you within 7 days. Should you have additional questions call (505) 362-0331. Owner listing
“I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter…the cast-offs of human society. I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry. “God,” I said, “this is terrible! Why don’t You do something?” God was silent for a moment and then He spoke softly. “I have done something,” He replied. “I created YOU.” ~ Jim Willis ~