Hi, I am Nooma (a black lab mix)!
Nooma –I am a 6-year-old female Black Lab Mix. I weigh 55-pounds?and am short-haired, so I shed very little, am?very easy-going and incredibly playful! I?love to play with other dogs and with people; even children make me happy. I love nothing more than to sit at?your knee?(if you will let me) and just let you pet me for hours and hours. I enjoy the sunshine and being outside, so if you have a yard, that would be best! I love long walks and will happily join you for a short run if the mood should strike you. I do not beg for food or chew on things besides my own toys. I even know a few commands – I?can sit, lay down, and shake (both hands) and even high five. I am up to date on all my shots, great with kids (I currently live with a 3-month old) and am house broken!
I currently live in Austin, Texas, but would love to see where you live!
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There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. All supplies will be included.
All About Nooma[one_half] Name of Pet: Nooma
Location: Austin, TX-Texas, 78758
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Black Lab Mix
Sex of Pet: Female[/one_half] [one_half_last]
Age of Pet: 6
Health Problems:?Yes- incontinence
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: Yes
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: + Floor mat (each)
+ leash (each)
+ collar (each)
+ food bowl (each)
+ water bowl (shared)
+ food floor mat (shared)
More Info From the Current Owners
Nooma — Easy-going and very playful! Enjoys attention, but isn’t overbearing.
Nooma’s Current Home Environment
We are currently in a condominium with no private outside space?and she?would be much better with a yard to run around and play in. We have a new baby (and with Nooma) we are literally on-top of each other. She has?adapted well to our small environment, but her?quality of life would simply be better with more space and attention. She is?trained to stay off of furniture and out of bedrooms (carpeted areas). She?only?barks when she?feels threatened, which is hardly ever.
Nooma’s Current Family:
We are a couple with our first baby. She is three-months old and since she is going to start moving around soon, we need?more space for her, which is really challenging with a larger dog. She used to have the?entire home to run around in, but we are now giving her?less and less space to call her?own. We don’t think it is fair to her. It would be better for her?to have a home where she has?space, and is?appreciated, rather than moved out of the way all of the time.
Nooma’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
She?loves to chew on bones and squeaky toys and chase the ball, but isn’t?great at the “retrieving” portion of the game! She?loves the water, enjoys long walks, and being outside.
Cute Nooma Story:
Nooma means “spirit” in Greek, and boy does she have it! We’ve had Nooma since she was a puppy. We used to call her the “freeze-tag-puppy” because whenever she was playing you could just touch her on the back and she would instantly freeze to wait and see what you would do. She hardly slows down now, but still has her puppy-like spunk!
Why is?Nooma Being Rehomed?
We love her, but with the new baby, it is jut simply unfair. If we could keep her?(albeit, if we had enough space) we would never get rid of her! The dog dominates our entire living space because it is the only uncarpeted area in the house for her–we don’t have a backyard or space that she?can truly claim as her?own.
Nooma’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
She would?love to be with someone who enjoys taking her?for walks or hikes and who will give her?affection. She is?easy-going and generally low-maintenance who loves car rides, visiting new parks to sniff and run, and any adventures you are willing to share with her.
We’d like to check in over the next few months, and if the?new owner ever finds themselves in a situation like ours (where they need to re-home) we’d like to be the first contact in case our situation has changed by that time.