Lennon (A.K.A. “Legs”) is a typical, young lab: playful and eager for attention. But for a lab, Lenny is unusually self-controlled and intelligent.
Last updated: June 1, 2019
- Arrival date: January 21, 2019
- Breed: Black Lab
- Sex: Male
- Age: Young,
Adult, Mature, Senior
- Weight: 53.5 pounds
- Neutered: Yes
- General Health: Excellent,
Good, Fair, Poor
- Temperament: Typical lab: playful and goofy.
- Gets Along with Dogs: Yes
- Gets Along with People: Yes
- Housebroken: Yes
- Crate Trained: Yes
- Departure date: June 15
Lennon was picked up as a stray. He was an emaciated 36 pounds. Newport Animal Control put some weight back on him and he’s looking good and looking for a home.
Detailed update notes on our foster dogs are posted regularly. For a listing of updates that include Lennon [click here]. A summation and some photos are included below.
Dog to Dog Behavior
Dog to People Behavior
House Dog Training
Had Demodectic Mange. NexGuard, Cephalexin, and medicated shampooing got rid of it. Skin scrape exam by Cedarwood on 2/25/19 confirms mange is gone.
Found Lennon had pretty bad femoral head erosion in right hip due to an injury, not degradation. Femur reconstruction by Dr. David Crouch DVM was negotiated. On March 20 Dr Crouch decided Lennon was healing well and is not a candidate for surgery. Just continue his supplement.
In roughly chronological order, newest at the bottom. Click the thumbnails to enlarge. Some pictures are linked to a Doggy Tale or video about Lennon, click those to open the related story or video.
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