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    LabbieMom is offline Junior Member
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    DefaultNJ: SILVER BULLET - BEAUTIFUL LABRADOR NEEDS FOSTER/FUREVER HOME ASAP!!!

    PERMISSION TO CROSSPOST

    PLEASE CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ADOPTING:
    JESSIE
    CUDDLY CREATURES ANIMAL RESCUE
    NEW JERSEY
    732 642 4363
    [email protected]


    SILVER BULLET
    1 1/2 YEAR OLD
    LABRADOR RETREIVER
    MALE

    <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/LHIVLr6ava...qs/bullet.jpg" alt="" width="640" height="480"/>


    His name is silver bullet and he is a 1 and a half year old silver lab. He is not neutered due to the fact that his owners were breeders and he was scheduled to be put down at the vet. The veterinary clinic then contacted us and said please can you help us we really dont think this dog should be put to sleep. The owner brought him in because of his aggresssion problems with her husband and ON LY her husband. He is great with women, children, large female dogs, and other men. I feel the agression only stemmed from competition of being the alpha male in a home with a group of "bitches" which we know causes competition between males. He never actually attacked the father he just appeared as though he was going to and then after this last "stand-off" was kicked out of the house and taken for euthanasia. The veterinary clinic has tested his behavior and he has showed absolutley no signs of aggression. They said he is actually underweight and if anything slightly skiddish, so he could have been possibly roughed around. I cannot allow this dog to be put down.

    UPDATE
    Bullet is still not adopted due to the fact that the one person never called me back and the second came to see him in the blackout which was not a good idea and when i told them they had to come back they were angry so Bullet is still being boarded and in need of a home. I actually went and got to know him the other day and he growled at me twice but then after patience and treats and ignoring him a half an hour later i had a knew mushy loving friend. He was definitely abused and has a hard time trusting people, but once he knows you he LOVES you. This is a wonderful dog that deserves a better life preferably without small children.

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    imported_BigBrownDog is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: NJ: SILVER BULLET - BEAUTIFUL LABRADOR NEEDS FOSTER/FUREVER HOME ASAP!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by LabbieMom
    PERMISSION TO CROSSPOST

    PLEASE CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ADOPTING:
    JESSIE
    CUDDLY CREATURES ANIMAL RESCUE
    NEW JERSEY
    732 642 4363
    [email protected]


    SILVER BULLET
    1 1/2 YEAR OLD
    LABRADOR RETREIVER
    MALE

    <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/LHIVLr6ava...qs/bullet.jpg" alt="" width="640" height="480"/>


    His name is silver bullet and he is a 1 and a half year old silver lab. He is not neutered due to the fact that his owners were breeders and he was scheduled to be put down at the vet. The veterinary clinic then contacted us and said please can you help us we really dont think this dog should be put to sleep. The owner brought him in because of his aggresssion problems with her husband and ON LY her husband. He is great with women, children, large female dogs, and other men. I feel the agression only stemmed from competition of being the alpha male in a home with a group of "bitches" which we know causes competition between males. He never actually attacked the father he just appeared as though he was going to and then after this last "stand-off" was kicked out of the house and taken for euthanasia. The veterinary clinic has tested his behavior and he has showed absolutley no signs of aggression. They said he is actually underweight and if anything slightly skiddish, so he could have been possibly roughed around. I cannot allow this dog to be put down.

    UPDATE
    Bullet is still not adopted due to the fact that the one person never called me back and the second came to see him in the blackout which was not a good idea and when i told them they had to come back they were angry so Bullet is still being boarded and in need of a home. I actually went and got to know him the other day and he growled at me twice but then after patience and treats and ignoring him a half an hour later i had a knew mushy loving friend. He was definitely abused and has a hard time trusting people, but once he knows you he LOVES you. This is a wonderful dog that deserves a better life preferably without small children.

    Looks like a Weim/Lab cross to me. IMO, this dog should be in a foster situation only with an experienced person who can actually evaluate and work with this dog. He sounds like a bite risk to me - adopting him out without working on him prior is foolish.
    Sharon

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    LabbieMom is offline Junior Member
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    DefaultRe: NJ: SILVER BULLET - BEAUTIFUL LABRADOR NEEDS FOSTER/FUREVER HOME ASAP!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrownDog
    Quote Originally Posted by LabbieMom
    PERMISSION TO CROSSPOST

    PLEASE CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ADOPTING:
    JESSIE
    CUDDLY CREATURES ANIMAL RESCUE
    NEW JERSEY
    732 642 4363
    [email protected]


    SILVER BULLET
    1 1/2 YEAR OLD
    LABRADOR RETREIVER
    MALE

    <img src="http://api.ning.com/files/LHIVLr6ava...qs/bullet.jpg" alt="" width="640" height="480"/>


    His name is silver bullet and he is a 1 and a half year old silver lab. He is not neutered due to the fact that his owners were breeders and he was scheduled to be put down at the vet. The veterinary clinic then contacted us and said please can you help us we really dont think this dog should be put to sleep. The owner brought him in because of his aggresssion problems with her husband and ON LY her husband. He is great with women, children, large female dogs, and other men. I feel the agression only stemmed from competition of being the alpha male in a home with a group of "bitches" which we know causes competition between males. He never actually attacked the father he just appeared as though he was going to and then after this last "stand-off" was kicked out of the house and taken for euthanasia. The veterinary clinic has tested his behavior and he has showed absolutley no signs of aggression. They said he is actually underweight and if anything slightly skiddish, so he could have been possibly roughed around. I cannot allow this dog to be put down.

    UPDATE
    Bullet is still not adopted due to the fact that the one person never called me back and the second came to see him in the blackout which was not a good idea and when i told them they had to come back they were angry so Bullet is still being boarded and in need of a home. I actually went and got to know him the other day and he growled at me twice but then after patience and treats and ignoring him a half an hour later i had a knew mushy loving friend. He was definitely abused and has a hard time trusting people, but once he knows you he LOVES you. This is a wonderful dog that deserves a better life preferably without small children.

    Looks like a Weim/Lab cross to me. IMO, this dog should be in a foster situation only with an experienced person who can actually evaluate and work with this dog. He sounds like a bite risk to me - adopting him out without working on him prior is foolish.

    YES, HE DOES LOOK LIKE A WEIMER/LAB. I WAS CROSSPOSTING ON BEHALF OF A RESCUE COLLEAGUE AS THEY HAVE LITTLE OUTLETS TO LABBIE CONTACTS, FORUMS, ETC. I JUST RECEIVED AN EMAIL SAYING HE WAS ADOPTING.

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