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As part of our way of doing things here at Loblolly, we always ask adopting families to agree to contact us should life circumstances bring about a change that means their Labrador needs a different placement, and they do not have a support network that can provide such. Thus, we have now with us an eight year old female named Sara who is in need of a new family home. Sara's former caregiver has passed on, and while we were glad to welcome her here for as long as need be, it would be nice for Sara to have a new family where she's the center of attention again.
Sara is spry; she is accustomed to the run of six acres adjacent to 200, chasing after the Gator and foraying in the creek. At the same time, she is a mature soul, so a day of meandering around means nice easy evenings laying on the floor. Sara gets along fine with dogs her size who carry themselves with some dignity and she seems to appreciate all humans, although we do not think that she's been around very small children.
Sara is crate, leash, and house trained. She is not destructive but she does prefer couches for slumbering as versus hard floors. She is on heartworm and flea prevention.
Sara's placement fee is $500. We ask that anyone inquiring about her provide details of their circumstances regarding children, other dogs, and access to dog exercise space: LoblollyLabradors@gmail.com
Thanks so much for visiting us, and take care.
Eve & Christopher Farrell
My family got our first Labrador when I was eight. I wanted a cat. Despite my initial reluctance and deep desire for a feline, our first Labs-- Spike & Princess-- brought great happiness into our household and marked the beginning of my lifelong love for Labradors. Eventually I got my cat, but with 35 years of experience with this breed, I am grateful for the beauty and joy of my family's Labrador heritage, and thus, I dedicate this page to the very first ones of my childhood.