We're happy to tell you that DELILAH
has a new furever home.
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to see the pups currently available.
I'm Delilah, but my foster mom calls me "Lilah". Lots of people tell me that I'm a pretty girl. I'm all white and have soft fur. My eyes naturally have eyeliner! I look mostly like a Lab, but one vet thought I might be Great Pyrenees too! Even though I can be just a tad bit shy at first, I am a really friendly girl! Most of the time, I do a little wiggle and people pet me right away. Some people even have those long fingernails and scratch my back, which I love. I've never met a person who hasn't called me sweet. When we become friends, I love my tummy rubbed. When I get to go outside, I love to run and prance around. I like to know who is coming and going through my backyard, so I normally do the sniff patrol around the fence line to check for all the birds, squirrels, and foxes that are around the neighborhood. Sometimes I hear the other neighborhood dogs barking, but I don't usually respond. My foster mom and I play a game where she tries to chase me, but I'm too fast for her! When it's time to go inside, I always know there is a treat waiting for me. Inside the house, I mostly like to spend time on my comfy bed or laying on the carpet. I follow my foster mom around the house as she does the chores, though I haven't had the guts to try the stairs. They still scare me! With a little more courage, I know I can master the stairs in no time. I got over my fear of jumping up into the car, so this will just be one more thing I learn about house living. I've got house-training down though. I give my foster mom "the look" and she knows to let me outside to do my business. It's so nice to keep a clean house! I'd love to meet you and find my forever home! Delilah is a Labrador Retriever/mix, weighs 62 lbs and was born approximately 1-1-19. She is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, given flea/tick preventative, dewormed, tested negative for heartworm disease & given a Proheart injection for 6 months of heartworm preventative.