Creme Brulee

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6 months old
Female
35 lbs
Labrador Retriever
Adopt Crème Brûlée!

*PLEASE NOTE:  The first step in the process is to complete an adoption application, which can be found here: Adoption Application

Hi my name is Crème Brûlée, but my foster parents have been calling me B or good girl for short.  I’m a beautiful little lab mix (only around 35-40 lbs).  The vet thinks I’m 6-8 months old because I have all of my adult teeth.  The vet also told me I was very healthy and smart.  How nice of her!

I was surrendered with my two siblings who I miss very much, but luckily I have foster mom, dad, and 2 dogs siblings that have been making me feel right at home and helping to build my confidence.  I’ve been through a lot of change recently so sometimes I need some time to warm up when I go new places or meet new people.  I like to hide for a little bit and watch from afar, but then I feel comfortable enough to come out and say hi with a few kisses, when I’m ready.  I’ve met a lot of new people (men, women, children, and babies) since I’ve been with my foster family and I’ve done a great job with everyone.  Everyone seems to think I’m the most stunning perfect little girl in whole the world.  Lucky me!

My favorite things to do are eat, nap, and explore.  When my foster parents work from home all day, I love to sleep right by their feet. And throughout the day my foster siblings and I love to play with each other in the back yard.  I’ve never lived in a house before, so I’m still learning the dos and don’ts inside, but my foster siblings are showing my the ropes and I’m picking up quick. I also learned what the word “no” means and I listen really well whenever foster mom or dad have use it.  Oh, and I love sleeping in my crate!  But eventually if you’ll let me sleep on the bed I think that would be great too. Either way!

I would do best in a house with a yard vs. apartment setup because I’m still learning how to communicate when I need to go potty so my new family will need to give me some extra outside time to ensure accidents don’t happen in the house.  I would love to live with any type of family, big or small, dogs or no dogs.  Really just anyone who will understand that I need some help and patience while I come out of my shell and learn how to be a dog in a loving safe home.

I can’t wait to meet you!

If you’re interested in adopting Crème Brûlée, please fill out an adoption application here: Adoption Application

Any additional questions about Crème Brûlée can be directed to Sydney@roversretreat.org

*PLEASE NOTE:  Crème Brûlée's adoption fee is $600 and he is being fostered in Manhattan Beach, CA*
Adoption APPLICATION
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*** Please use a home computer to fill out the application as some mobile devices do not support the data submission from them.  If you have any problems filling out the application, please contact us at roversretreat.org@gmail.com and let us know!

• Home visits are required prior to being considered for adoption.

• Completed application and approved home visit do NOT guarantee adoption

• We receive many more applications than we do dogs, so some people will be disappointed.  We may receive over 100 inquiries for a single, highly desirable dog!

• We do not ship our dogs

There is a $20 application fee required to submit an application to adopt one of our rescued dogs. You can make this payment via PayPal at https://paypal.me/roversretreat or on Venmo at https://www.venmo.com/roversretreat         (Please note your name and the name of the dog you are applying for in the comments section of your payment)
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I attest all information I provided above is true. I promise to care for the dog to the best of my ability, with the full intent of keeping the dog for the duration of its life. I also agree to keep a collar with tags on the dog, provide quality dog food, adequate shelter, veterinary care and training as needed.*

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