Labra is a perfectly healthy dog. His blood test for Leishmania, which is done every year, is negative, and all his vaccinations are up to date. He is not neutered, but there’s no problem since we will neuter him soon.
This is Labra’s story:
Labra’s owner is a client of my veterinarian. This woman has lost her home and has been diagnosed with a rapidly advancing terminal cancer. Her doctors have sent her home with morphine – she may not have very long left to live. She is worried about what will happen to Labra and has asked her family and friends to help her. So far nobody has and she is running out of time. She is desperate to find a good home for Labra.
I can only imagine how terrible it is to have a terminal illness, and it is extremely sad to see how this woman’s biggest worry at this point in her life is who is going to care for her beloved dog.
My veterinarian contacted me to see if I could help her find a good family for Labra. His owner doesn’t care whether Labra stays in Spain or goes abroad, the only thing she asks is that Labra go to a good home where he is loved and well cared for. Obviously Labra’s situation is very urgent.
I think he’s a beautiful dog with a lot to offer his new family.
Thank you for considering Labra for adoption.