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FREE Female Chocolate Lab fixed- 4yrs old

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4 yr old - female - Chocolate Lab - Spayed

she has the white spot on her chest. Good Looking and very Friendly dog.

My buddy is looking for a good home for her as his neighbors shitzu looks too much like a rabbit, if you get my hint.

Located in Jordan MN...Post here if interested.

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How do you think she would get along with an eight year-old English Springer Spaniel? I have a soft spot for Chocolate Labs so if she is still available I would be willing to make the drive. I am assuming she is housebroken?? Just got new carpet so we are looking for an older dog if you know what I mean....

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She is currently living with a 3 yr old Springer. They get along great.

As far as house broken goes, I dont think she has ever been inside the house...she lives in the garage and has a doggie door to the back yard. Goes in and out as she pleases. (She doesnt p or s in the garage if that helps)

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Sounds like a good match. I will discuss with the CEO of the household (my wife) tonight and get back to you later this evening. We live on a nice wildlife area with two large ponds out back so plenty of room. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

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Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, but home computer crashed. Back in business now. We decided for another Springer good luck with the lab sounds like a great dog.

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Do ya still have the pooch? Is she trained at all?

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He still has her...minimal training though. However she does listen well and is very mellow.

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