Tripawds has a Tripawd Rescue Forum for our three legged heroes, where we post stories about dogs awaiting their furever family.
This three-year old girl is a classic happy, playful Lab. She was found over one year ago after being hit by a car. Nobody claimed this sweet puppy as their own.
A good samaritan helped her get the care she needed, but unfortunately one rear leg and one eye could not be saved.
Despite this setback, Hope overcame all odds and bounced back to her old self in no time.
She has been in foster care for over a year with Central California Labrador Retriever Rescue. Other dogs have found furever homes, but her perfect human has yet to be located. Can you help?
“Hope is still young, born in 2008, and has that famous lab personality. Her “accident” happened in February of 2010, so she is healed and ready for a new family to love. She’s a real people-pleaser, sweet and energetic and reveling in car rides. Hope enjoys children, but since she is young and exuberant, older children would be better.
She’s a smart cookie that will still check for holes at the bottom of a fence so she can go visiting or look for you. A secure fence is very important. Hope is still considered a “puppy” by most labbie folks, so she will require consistent exercise, positive reinforcement and reward-based training.
Hope is in very good health and is so eager to please. She hopes that you can look past her “slight disability” because she certainly has. She’s ready, willing and very able to enjoy life with her new family, if someone would just give her a chance.”
Please visit her page on the Central California Labrador Retriever Rescue website, and share this with friends. We would love to see her find a home soon.