#8852 Blanche (The Golden Girls Litter)

Medium-size, Female, Baby Labrador Retriever,
Blanche (The Golden Girls Litter) is up-to-date on her shots and has not yet been spayed. Blanche (The Golden Girls Litter) is currently being fostered in Silver Spring , MD.

Hi my name is Blanche and I am one of The Golden Girls Litter! I'm a gorgeous southern belle and am the largest of my sister's, at 25 lbs and growing at 15 weeks. It's estimated I may be anywhere from 45 to 60lbs or more! I'm a lab mix, but unlike my sisters, I'm mostly white with a few black spots. My foster mommy says I'm cute as a button.

I am the fun, bouncy, outgoing one of the group. I love following my foster mommy, love treats and food, and I like to cuddle when held. Despite my age, I am a relaxed girl and love to be around other dogs and people. I especially like my foster mommy's nephews, ages 3 and 6 years. They are fun to play with and explore the yard with.

Whatch videos of me here!

Blanche and tiny Schnapps
Golden Girls just wanna have fun
playing with plushie
golden girls

Because I am still a puppy, I am still a work in progress!! I will need a committed adopter who will take me to obedience training, let me out every 4 hours to potty, get me spayed, and I also still need my rabies shot, because I'm too young for the rescue to give it to me.

If interested, please apply for me. You will need to speak with my litter adoption coordinator, auntie Angela to become approved.

This puppy is up to date on age appropriate vaccines (all 3 sets of distemper/Parvo vaccines), microchipped, and fostered in Silver Spring, MD. I can go home on 2/15/2020! Apply to adopt me today :)

-sweet and happy go lucky
- GREAT with kids
- smart and eager to please
- CRATE TRAINED, no crying or whining
- sleeps through the night
- beautiful, soft, silky coat
- loves all people and dogs

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.