ARIZONA LABRADOR BREEDERS
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THESE TWO YOUNG ADULT GIRLS NOW HAVE TENTATIVE NEW HOMES.
THERE IS ALWAYS A GRACE PERIOD FOR NEW FAMILIES TO MAKE SURE THEY LIKE OUR ADULTS THEY ADOPT AFTER THEY GET THEM HOME AND ADJUSTED.
PLEASE CHECK BACK BECAUSE IF FOR ANY REASON ONE OF THESE GIRLS DOES NOT WORK OUT WITH THEIR NEW FAMILY WE WILL UPDATE THE INFO AGAIN IN NOVEMBER.
We have two 3yr old yellow females that we sadly need to retire from the breeding program.
DOB Jan 6, 2011
Roxi and Faith are both littermate sisters out of our beautiful yellow mommy girl Payton.
Their Grandma is our beautiful sweet funny black girl Gracie.
Both are just as sweet as their Mommy and their Grandma. I wish we could keep everyone that is retiring from the program but that's selfish on my part and not fair to them. They each deserve to be in a family situation together or in two different homes that can take them places and let them be part of the family in the house fulltime.
Both girls are:
OFA certified hips and elbows clear and free of dysplasia
PRA clear by parentage
dew claws removed
healthy smart sweet playful
very socialized, great with kids and other dogs
doggy door trained and potty trained
great in the house, very calm just want to be with their people whereever they are.
They are on the petite side
Roxi loves water, playing in the hose is one of her favorite things to do
Faith loves to play ball, always has one in her mouth and could fetch it all day long.
The reason we are retiring these beautiful sweet girls at age 3 years old is they've had complications conceiving or delivering the puppies naturally. This problem runs in the family unfortunately, it goes all the way back to their great grandma. Gracie and Payton have had the same problem early in their breeding careers and now Roxi and Faith have the same problems delivering their litters which resulted in expensive emergency c-sections or the number of pups they did deliver alive naturally was very small such as one or two. They have done a great job being a mommy with their past puppies but now it's time for them to enjoy the rest of their happy days filled with family fun. Our desire is to let them go to a family that has the ability to work from home so they are around to be with her as much as possible or a retired couple who can be with her all day as much as possible. We want to a new family to give them more than we can give them otherwise they don't need to be adopted out, they can stay right here and keep sharing our love with the others.
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