2 year old • Female
Hi there, my name is London, and as you can see from my pictures, I am a lab mix. I have a silky black coat with patches of chocolate peaking through on my head and legs. Although I can’t tell, my foster mom says that my ears are soft as silk.
My full name is I. C. London--that's because I’m an incredible canine! I’m proud to say that I am completely house trained and have not had any accidents in the house. Although my foster family set up a crate for me when I first got here, they quickly realized that I don’t need it. I’m a really smart girl and totally know what’s mine and what’s not, so I never damage anything. Oh, and speaking of being smart, I already know a few tricks and I’m eager to learn some more. I pay close attention to instructions from my foster family and look to them for guidance and support.
I’m still a little anxious when I see other dogs, so I’m putting in extra effort on walks. But I know all of my hard work will pay off and I’ll be fine on a leash once I gain a little more confidence.
Even though I’m still young, I don’t have to be running around all of the time. In fact, one of my favorite activities is cuddling with my foster family. I really like snuggling on the sofa, but I know I have to wait to be invited. If they can resist my beautiful brown eyes and say no, I just lie patiently beside the sofa in case they change their mind.
I’d love to meet you! What do you think?
I. C. London is up-to-date on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, and heartworm negative.
I. C. London was surrendered to a local shelter after her family moved away.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.