LeBron~Adopted

MVP, Lebron

Meet Lebron James, the MVP Canaan/BC puppy. Lebron will be bringing his talents to the Dog Liberator. Kimg James is located in Miami and is looking for his forever home! He is a Slam Dunk for any family! Lebron has an interesting story and his breed goes back to Biblical times! A good samaritan found his mother abandoned on the streets of Miami. She took her in and a short while later realized she was pregnant. Unable to take care of the puppies she took them to a local high school that has a Pre-Vet program. The program has kennel facilities where the dogs are cared for. Unfortunately, people began “dumping” dogs at the school and their numbers began to grow. This past week the school asked the community for help in getting the dogs adopted. Jackie was contacted and she went to see if any pups could join The Liberator family. Little Lebron had the Liberator look, intelligence and special spark! DNA testing was done on this puppy and it was discovered that he is part Canaan dog. The Canaan dog, the natural breed of Israel, dates back to Biblical times, originating in the Land of Canaan. The Canaan dog was the guard and herd dog of the ancient Israelites, guarding their camps and flocks. This breed is inquisitive, loyal and loving with his family. The Canaan moves with athletic agility and today they are successful in the herding, obedience and agility arena. They work well as a team but at the same time can think independently. They are active, alert, devoted, gentle and are very friendly. Lebron James is 4 months old and has beautiful markings! He would love to bring his talents to a family that will open up their heart and home to him!

LeBron’s photos can be viewed on Facebook.

 

Email us for more information: TheDogLiberator@gmail.com







2 Comments

  1. Gwynne Constantino

    12.10.2012

    I am interested in Lebron – Border Collie. I just lost my prvious dog and am looking for a new one. I had my last one that I adopted from the humane society from when she was a puppy, she passed at the age of 13. Please let me know how we can proceed to adopt this dog. It is just my husband and I and we have a yard as well as love to keep our dogs active (walks, swimming, etc…).

    Thank You

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