Labradoodle bitch for sale on adtrader

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L Maher
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Labradoodle bitch for sale on adtrader

Post by L Maher » 23 Jan 2007, 18:38

There is a one year old labradoodle bitch for sale on ad-trader. Don't know how to transfer ad over from there to here. There isn't a picture or any other info. May stand a better chance on rehoming section. Can anyone help or do it for me?

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Post by GUNNER » 23 Jan 2007, 18:59

Is this her :?:

LABRADOODLE BITCH white, 1 year old, had first season, breeders welcome, genuine reason for sale, ring for more details, paid £750, will accept £250 or open to offers,or -

underlined the bit i don't like :evil:

Here is the link third ad down

http://www.adtrader.co.uk/classhome.php ... button.y=0

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Post by Sharon » 23 Jan 2007, 19:09

That is disgraceful, Annette. :evil: How could anyone advertise a dog for sale saying "breeders welcome" .... beyond belief and so very sad. :(

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Post by L Maher » 23 Jan 2007, 19:09

Yes, thank you. Not too hot with computers! My daughter much better and she's only 8!

That was the bit I was worried about too.

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Post by GUNNER » 23 Jan 2007, 19:32

L Maher wrote:Yes, thank you. Not too hot with computers! My daughter much better and she's only 8!

That was the bit I was worried about too.
No problem.
Don't know why we are surprised anymore to see awful ads like that, and this one on the same page, further down.
Labradoodle puppies black, both parents can be seen. Excellent for allergy sufferers as they are non moulting. Will grow to springer spaniel size. or From£550.,(T)

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Post by debs43 » 23 Jan 2007, 19:53

Hubby just spoke to lady advertising labradoodle pups in adtrader, she runs a kennels and is selling these pups for a lady in wales, do i run the opposite direction as fast as i can, womens intuition says yes

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Re: Labradoodle bitch for sale on adtrader

Post by GUNNER » 23 Jan 2007, 20:05

L Maher wrote:There is a one year old labradoodle bitch for sale on ad-trader. Don't know how to transfer ad over from there to here. There isn't a picture or any other info. May stand a better chance on rehoming section. Can anyone help or do it for me?
Well this little girl has gone to a good home they said, lets hope so.

Probably best Debs, which ad was that :?:

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Post by debs43 » 23 Jan 2007, 20:06

ad was new today black labradoodles boy and girls

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Post by Jackie M » 23 Jan 2007, 20:21

There's also a 5 month old puppy - with curly coat it says - £500

No reason given for sale!
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Post by Fiona » 23 Jan 2007, 20:33

AS ALWAYS IT IS BUYER BEWARE!. If you were not able to see how and where the puppies were bred it may be better for you to not to see them, often these poor little things have health problems and will cost you not only money but mental stress at there suffering.
I know it is nice to feel you will be giving the puppy a good home but at what cost.
If these breeders can carry on selling the puppies thay will carry on breeding them, people need to make a stand and stop buying these puppies that are farm reared in Wales.
have patience and wait for the right dog, one you feel happy with and not just sorry for.
It may work out well by buying one, but ask to go to see the breeder and her dogs if the answer is no walk away, nothing worse than smelly fish or bad breeders.
Your Dog is out there waiting for you Debs you will know when it is the right one.
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Post by Elendili » 24 Jan 2007, 00:07

Hi Everyone,

I PM'd the Sheppards who asked to re-home a labradoodle on the re-homing section, 2 days ago about these two, As they are quite a bit closer.
I said they could get 2?. I have not had a reply yet.!

One is in Darlington Area, the other in Ryton Newcastle. but coincidentally the telephone numbers were very close only a couple of digits separating them. Numbers are 07039-564622 (Black Curly)/07039-619 1yr old.

I too was quite concerned for the 1yr old girl they advertised, especially to say breeders welcomed. (nothing ment to caring breeders). It just seemed a bit uncaring for her future.

I would loved to have helped but they are so far away from me. It makes me feel quite helpless. :( :( :(

I hope they get a really good home.

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Post by CAROL SHAW » 24 Jan 2007, 00:40

The white one in Ryton (its not far from us) I spoke to the people and is to be rehomed because the man has allergy problems they did not realise what they where doing with the ad I would have taken it in the meanwhike as I know the breeder but they have sorted a home yet again the problem is buying expecting a non shedding coat which cannot be guaranted 100% The breeder is responsible but tends to think all doodles dont shed

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Post by Carole g » 24 Jan 2007, 00:57

How on earth do you combat this ignorance?
ALWAYS visit the premises and see mum with pup. There are no excuses!
DONT BUY FROM PUPPY HARMERS
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Post by CAROL SHAW » 24 Jan 2007, 22:53

carole you cannot you just have to try and point people in the right direction and give them good advice.Please will everyone on here looking for a puppy realise that they are good for allergy sufferers but cannot be guaranteed 100% and no breeder howver experienced can guarantee that a labradoodle will not moult they will not shed like a labrador but they could shed in variable degrees

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Post by angela » 24 Jan 2007, 23:15

You can say that again. Just don't wear black :lol: drives my husband mad

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