Hope– The Cuddly Collection

Yellow Female, 1 Year, 50 lbs

Do you have any idea about the power of hope? It makes the day brighter, life happier, and makes troubles fade away. I should know! When hope entered my life in the form of Rescuers, my whole life changed! And when I was named “Hope”, wow, everything came together for me. Now, I am ready to share the power of Hope (that is me) with a very special family of my own.

So, before I tell you how wonderful I am, let me tell you how I went from being hopeless to Hope Full. You see, I was one of many homeless dogs living on the streets. I ended up living under a bleacher and when I was lucky, people dropped enough food to keep me from starving. But the food dropped really wasn’t very healthy and I got very thin. On top of that, I had blood sucking ticks stealing my energy little by little. And if being homeless isn’t bad enough, not very many people were nice to me. Some kids even took a sharpie and colored my feet black. I got to the point where I had no hope, I was afraid to trust, I was exhausted and dirty. Then one day a human angel saw me and coached me out from under the bleachers. Something about her gave me my very first tingle, the first ray of hope that I can remember. When I went up to her and gently licked her hand, my whole world lit up!

I was delivered to a Foster Family who belongs to a group of people known throughout the land as the Defenders of Dogs, the Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno. I was made a member of this elite group and given a badge – a pink heart – that filled my life with happiness. Baths and plenty of good food, a few four-legged foster brothers and sisters, and I am completely out of my shell! I am house trained, crate trained, gentle, oh, and did I mention, completely squeezable, huggable soft and sweet! I love to play, I love my toys, I love a walk, oh, and did I tell you I love to be petted and I am very, very soft? So, what are you waiting for – adopt me and you will never again be Hope less!

Hope is available for adoption from the Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno. Remember, young dog like Hope is a commitment of 15 or so years, and requires an upfront investment in training, and regular exercise. Hope is a cuddly girl who gets along with people, kids, other dogs and even dog-savvy cats. She is learning to walk on the leash, and enjoys going for walks with her human. If you would like to give Hope the home and love she is so looking for, please fill out an application at: https://www.facebook.com/LabRescueFresno.Org