Labbe DOG FOR ADOPTION RGADN-1024034 - Tizpa (Middle East) mm - Labrador
Labbe Dog for Adoption in LANGLEY, British Columbia, V4W1M6 CANickname: Tizpa (Middle East) mm Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Beagle / Mixed. Please note potential additional costs for me to get to you near the bottom of my profile. Hi there! My name is Tizpa and here is some info about me: Breed: Labrador/Beagle mix Age: 6 months old Gender: Female Weight: 15 kg Height: 50 cmI am not sure where my story started, I only remember a car repair shop full of noise, I had a small corner for myself and sometimes I was getting left over foods. One day when I was playing, a car hit me really bad, I don’t remember what happened but when I opened my eyes felt an extreme pain on my right arm. I could not move my hand I was like that for 2 weeks until my rescuer found me and took me to hospital, unfortunately doctors couldn’t save my arm and I lost my right arm. Doctor told my rescuer I was lucky that I was alive as infection almost was taking over my body. Even though I only have 3 legs, I am still full of energy and am a happy pup who loves playing with other dogs and humans.I can not wait to have a furever home in Canada. I am cuddly, affectionate, happy with high energy. I get a long with Kids, other dogs (vids to come) but not too sure about cats, I never met them really close but I heard they are fun and sometimes too serious. I’m not too sure how I’ll react around cats/squirrels/rabbits etc. My adopter needs to be prepared and willing to train me through these behaviors, should they arise. I am not housetrained but I am a smart cookie and willing to learn all the tricks with your help. Please Note: LALDR highly encourages adopters to research some local dog trainers before their dog arrives. Although a 1-on-1 trainer is often not needed, it is good to have someone in mind in case any problematic behaviours arise. Most bad behaviours can be modified if caught early enough, so make sure to nip undesirable behaviours in the bud before they become serious problems! Basic training should be taken seriously and should begin within a day or two of arrival. After your dog has settled in, check out courses in your local area. Even basic beginner courses like those taught at a local pet store can have a huge benefit in helping your dog learn to socialize and get used to being in public situations, all with the added benefit of strengthening their bond with you. I have been spayed/neutered, *vaccinated & micro-chipped. I am a tri-paw pup. My adoption fee is $700.00 CAD + applicable taxes, which includes my airfare, if a flight volunteer is found directly to Vancouver. Due to ongoing limits on Vancouver (YVR) flights, additional fees will apply if I have to fly through another city. Unaccompanied Cargo costs within Canada range from $275-$500 per dog (size depending). LALDR will be as transparent as possible with you regarding these costs. NOTE: once I find a family, I will be on the first available flight out of the Middle East seeing as I need to leave here ASAP! If a direct flight to Vancouver is not immediately available, the cost to fly me via unaccompanied cargo from Montreal/Toronto to Vancouver will not be optional.If you would like to increase the chance of me coming sooner, my rescuer may be able to secure a cargo flight from the Middle East. This cost will likely be between $1200-3800 USD, dependent on size. Disclaimer: It is important for all applicants to visit our website, .lovedatlastdogrescue.ca/adopting/ and read about Loved at Last Dog Rescue.Information included in the profile is provided to us from the international rescuer or local fosters. LALDR does not have access to overseas dogs and cannot always verify the accuracy of their descriptions. Every dog is an individual and can act differently in different situations based on the person adopting them and the environment in which they live.The age and breed of a dog is usually an educated guess, so we are not able to guarantee the accuracy of age or breed of our dogs.Normally, we will not approve adoptions to homes with children under 12 years of age. More information can be found on our website. Vaccinations: Dogs from the Middle East are vaccinated for rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis, adenovirus type 1 and para-influenza. Bordetella is not given, as that has not been a problem in the Middle East.
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