Boudreaux, October 1999
October was a lucky month for Boudreaux. The young yellow male Lab was picked up by Animal Control in El Paso, Texas. He obviously didn't like the place as he escaped his kennel three times. The day before he was due to be euthanized, a Humane Society volunteer took a walk through the animal control kennels and spotted the happy-go-lucky Lab. She admired his courage, spirit, and ingenuity and decided to help him out.
Intending to find a Lab rescue that would help Boudreaux out, she contacted Heart of Texas Lab Rescue and offered to foster him until a suitable home could be found. However, he quickly stole her heart, as well as her pocketbook!
Like many dogs that spend time at a shelter clinic, Boudreaux had contracted kennel cough and colitis that needed treating. She also had to treat him for tick fever. She paid for neutering and having his teeth cleaned, but when he tested positive for heartworm, it was the last straw. She turned to LABMED and we were happy to help out.
Lucky Boudreaux found a loving home with a person that appreciates the challenges of an clever, lovable, Labrador.
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