This is an inline carousel of images and or videos of this pet.
- Adult Only Home Preferred, No cats or small animals, Stranger Danger
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Pearl is a sweet, sensitive girl, she is looking to bond with someone special.
*Owner Surrender Notes* 4/14/16 "Pearl is a perhaps a sight hound mix, as opposed to a Lab - she is lean and lanky, elegant with a hounds barrel chest. She is sensitive and elegant - and fast! She can sit, shake, and lay down. She loves to chew on her bone and play with her Kong. She can be a bit nippy and territorial. She interacts and plays with our small dog just fine. Pearl is crate trained and we use this method when we leave the house. She eats a grain free diet - typically Turkey and sweet potato. She hasn't done well with chicken in the past, seems to upset her stomach. Pearl definitely needs to be placed with someone who has a lot of property because she is high energy. Our family hopes she will find a good home.
Potty trained. Territorial around my kids friends. Needs a loving home with lots of room to run and play."
Thank you for considering adoption of a Milo Foundation Sanctuary dog. Our Sanctuary is where our rescued dogs who have had difficulty in a home in the past, have behavioral issues, or too much energy, or for some, aggression issues with other dogs, or intense stranger danger that make them more difficult to safely and happily live in urban environments. These are not beginner dogs or for the most part nor are they for families with children. IF you are looking for an easy dog to add to your family, we suggest looking at the dogs at our Adoption Center, Milo Pt Richmond. BUT, if you can offer a safe and nurturing home to a dog with some behavioral "quirks" please do send an application today. Thank you.
Location Address220 S. Garrard Blvd.
day hours Monday 11am - 5pm Tuesday Closed Wednesday 11am - 5pm Thursday 11am - 5pm Friday 11am - 5pm Saturday 11am - 5pm Sunday 11am - 5pm
Ask About PEARL
- Labrador Retriever
- White / Cream
The Milo Foundation