Animal ID: APA-A-55592
Adoption Fee: $25.00
Sex: F
Looks Like: Retriever, Black Labrador
Current Weight: 54.2 pounds
Date of Birth: 2013-11-11
Age: 4 years, 7 months
Location: TLAC
Building 3
Kennel 263
Dog Score: 3 - Has had mixed notes about interacting with dogs in the shelter or at home. A candidate to live with other dogs.
Cat Score: U - No Information Yet
Child Score: 2 - Could potentially live with older children.
Home Alone Score: 3 - Has mixed notes about being left home alone

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If you're looking for a sassy walking or running partner, Aggie's your girl! Aggie doesn't like being her in kennel, but once she is out on a the trail she relaxes and her true colors come out - calm on walks and a bit of diva.

Aggie's very playful and does a lot of zoomies. She likes dogs and does well in playgroup, even if her inner brat comes out once in a while. When volunteers have her out in a yard, she'll ignore their attempts to play fetch and then will suddenly start throwing the ball to herself to show she's an independent girl. But she's at her best when she's out on adventures with her person. The trail seems to be Aggie's happy place. She's also amazingly smart and very treat-motivated. She already knows how to sit, down, roll, come, shake and touch and is currently learning "place". On a recent sleepover, Aggie quickly learned which door would let her out, then would go stand by it to ask to go out to use the restroom.

Aggie makes for a very chill walking companion, is easy on leash, and while she likes to stop and smell the roses, we also think she'd make a great running partner. Don't be fooled by the gray in her face - Aggie is only a 4 year old pup who is always up for some exercise. When she's warmed up a bit, she'll become your loyal sidekick and even lean into you for pets. She becomes extremely affectionate and loving with her people and gives lots of kisses and demands belly rubs and head massages. She'll even grab your arm with her front legs and hold it to get you to rub her chest.

Come meet Aggie and see why all the APA! volunteers are falling head over heels for this "shy little spitfire"!

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