Jethro is a four month old pup seeking his forever home.

Jethro’s foster mom brought him to the studio for some photos yesterday.  Isn’t he a cutie?  Even though he is the most laid back lab (mix) I’ve ever met, he still loves to play fetch and was a complete joy during his session.  Let’s hope he finds his forever home soon!
black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography

black lab Jethro fetching fido fotography


Jethro is a four old male Labrador Retriever mix. Jethro is mostly housebroken and goes to the door 95%of the time. If he is playing with his foster siblings a lot he will sometimes forget the door and runn frantically around the house..just get him straight outside and he is good. I do keep a pee pad down by the back door for him because if he forgets to ask he will go straight to that. He has excellent manners and is very calm and laid back for a puppy. He likes to play fetch, loves to chew his bones and toys and pretty much leaves anything he shouldn’t be chewing on alone. He is great with other animals and has even made friends with the house rabbit and ignores our cockatiel. He loves to cuddle and enjoys his evenings on the couch or ottoman while we watch tv. He also loves to snuggle up between us in bed. He mostly sleeps through the night but if he does have to go out he will whine and touch your nose with his to tell you. Take him out and he will go right away and is ready to go straight back to bed. He is a good eater and gets fed 2 times a day with treats in between. He has learned to sit for treats and is doing great with leash training. He can be a little possessive over his food bowl and sometimes his people, so we just gently tell him no and let him know that he is safe. With more confidence and reassurance this will go away. He has gotten much much better since being in his foster home.
Rose Moran

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