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Bedford Humane Society
Radar got his name because his ears stretch out like an airplane coming in for a landing. He is around 5-6 months old. Radar was surrendered as a stray that just showed up in Bedford. Radar does guard his food bowl which tell us he was in a large litter with little food. Radar can be trained to trust others around his food bowl but until then we do not recommend small children. He will need an energetic owner who will be able to exercise with him daily. His owner needs to understand if he does not get proper exercise he could be destructive or try to escape to get exercise on his own. Keep Radar socialized and he will be great with children and other animals. Radar loves to walk on a leash and go for a car ride. Radar gives lots of puppy kisses. With him growing so fast and getting big, we recommend getting him into training classes where he can follow and understand commands from you. . If you are ready for an exciting new adventure with a beautiful puppy contact Bedford Humane Society. For more information, call the Bedford Humane Society at 540-586-6100, or go to www.bhsva.org/adoptions-home.htm to fill out an adoption application

Radar

1
Labrador Retriever
Male
Bedford Humane Society
Need a home

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