“Meet Sweet Ginger. She is housebroken, loves attention and loves to play. She was found after her owners moved away and left her behind. Luckily for her someone found her and asked us for help to find her a wonderful new home that will not leave her behind. She looks like a fluffy Dudley lab, it does not get any cuter than this! Ginger is seven months old and she is house trained already.
UPDATE FROM FOSTER MOM: She plays well with my kitties and other dogs. She is extremely smart and has learned to catch, sit and responds well to “Ginger NO”!! She would love to be in an environment with another dog that she could run and jump with. And - someone who can take the time to teach her other things. I think she would do equally well in a household with children or without kids. She sleeps on the bed, sometimes in her crate if she wants to be alone and has learned not to rough house with my oldest, who shows displeasure!! They have all adapted very well considering they are all female. She is shy at first but warms up quickly and is always ready for attention. She is skittish until she recognizes certain noises or voices. My oldest cat on the other hand chases her and can be frightening, but within minutes they are friends again taking naps together and strolling side by side.”
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About Labrador Friends of the South (from the website)
“Labrador Friends of the South is dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless Labrador Retrievers. We also promote the educational aspects of rescue within our communities as it relates to the ethical treatment of dogs and the importance of spaying/neutering to reduce the numbers of unwanted animals. Based in Metro Atlanta, we are active in the entire Southeastern region including Alabama, Florida, Tennessee and the Carolinas.”