Looking to rehome a very energetic, loving Chocolate Lab/Husky mix. She is a little over a year old and is spayed and has all of her vaccinations. I am starting grad school and do not have the time or resources to take care of her anymore.
She is very energetic and playful, which would be great for a family with kids that can play with her. She requires a good deal of exercise, through walks around the neighborhood and throwing the ball around. I take her on a walk at least once a day, and she needs a big backyard to run around in.
She is a COVID puppy, so she sometimes struggle with being alone longer than 4 or 5 hours. Her future home would be great if there was someone who worked remotely or was at home for a lot of the day. She does require a lot of attention at times but she is a super sweet puppy that loves being around people and other dogs, and sleeps for a good amount of the day. She has times where she gets a bit crazy, but overall she is a great puppy that would be a great addition to a family that has wants a loving and energetic puppy. If interested we can have a discussion to see if you can take care of her and her needs.
She is crate trained and prefers to sleep in her crate which I can provide, but also loves sleeping with people in bed. If you are interested, you can call or text me at 818-212-5836 so we can discuss meeting Lily and to see if you would be a good fit. Thank you
Phone: (818) 212-5836
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