Saturday, July 19, 2014

Goldsboro NC: Black Lab needs new home!

If you can help Seven, she belongs to Melanie who may be contacted at:
 MTaylor@croscill-living.com
From: Katie Walter <katie.walter@att.net>
Date: Sat, Jul 19, 2014 at 1:56 PM
Subject: Goldsboro, NC - Black Lab needs new home!


From: Peggyharrell [mailto:peggyharrell@embarqmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2014 9:59 PM
Goldsboro, NC
- Black Lab needs new home!

From: Melanie Taylor MTaylor@croscill-living.com     (at    croscill-living.com)

Hey Dog Lovers,

I was seeking your help once again with my black Lab, Seven.  I'm still actively searching for a rescue group to help her find a great permanent home.  We did get her to her annual exam early May and she was clear of everything and they didn't find anything wrong with her.  She's up to date on her shots.  So far over the past couple of months, she is still separated from my other female dogs.  She's behaving.  I unfortunately still have to block sections of the house when I let my dogs run free in the back yard.  She really is the sweetest dog you will ever meet and sooooo smart.  

Background reminder of Seven:

She's about 7 years old now.  Black Lab.  Fixed and all vaccinations up to date.  
She does not seem to be getting along with a few of the other family dog members – even though we've all been together for 6 years.  There have been some fights that I could not control, and had to run and get my husband to break up.  I thought it was a one time incident, but it continued until I kept my dogs separated.  Right now, she spends her time with two of my older male dogs, and she's fineI just feel so bad that she's in her bedroom all the time, except when I take her out to use the bathroom.  I do spend some time with her so that she know that she is still loved very much.  That's when she snuggles and gives me kisses, like the sweet girl I know she is. 

Unfortunately, I'm close to 5 months pregnant, and I'm afraid that the new addition will not be very welcomed by Seven (I could be wrong, but when our new addition comes, we hope that the rooms of the house will not be blocked where I'm constantly making sure that I don't have certain dogs have contact with each other, which can be nerve racking at times.   

Are there any rescue groups that you think could be interested in helping Seven out?

Melanie Taylor
919-221-1592 (Please leave a message, as all calls are screened).