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Adopt Blue

Female Baby Labrador Retriever / Shepherd (Unknown Type)

If you have questions about Blue please contact

Footbridge Foundation

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About Blue

Blue has such a gentle sweet nature, she will melt your heart! She and her sibling had a rough start in life and little Blue ended up with a broken front arm that began to heal before she was rescued. Blue has had two sets of X-rays ten days apart to follow her progress and her bones are aligned well and are healing vey quickly. Her vet is recommending physical therapy such as walking in the bathtub with some water to build muscle mass- after she heals from her spay which was on 2/6. We know that she will make the most loyal, loving pet for someone looking for a large, sweet dog. Her Mom is a beautiful black lab so it is possible that Blue will be a water dog or be on the athletic, sporty side. She’s simply a beautiful puppy who has her foster mama’s heart for sure. She has been babied by the foster family’s German Shepherd and has had lots of kid time too. If you are looking for a sweet soul to keep you company, look no further and fill out an application for Blue today!

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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