Kendle developed a matronly body shape when left to feed on her own. The purebred English Lab needs a fitness partner who will help recover Kendle's svelte self. The mature adult is ready and willing with proper English manners and amiable personality. Kendle gladly will join in with kids, dogs or cats. When fit again, she'll be a nice trail companion. Adopt Kendle at El Dorado County Animal Services, 530-573-7925. For spay-neuter assistance or other support, call the Lake Tahoe Humane Society and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at 530-542-2857.
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