Labradoodle 4months old, looking for a good home.

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foxie68
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Post by foxie68 » 04 Apr 2007, 20:59

Hi Cookie

Hope you find a home for her soon, there was somebody on here looking for an older doodle - have you contacted him?

It would be a shame for her to end up in Loot but there is no reason why you should not find a loving home for her that way too.

Good luck - let us know when you find her a home.

Tigger
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Post by Tigger » 06 Apr 2007, 22:10

We can offer her a loving stable home, by the sea - long walks and lots of fun - I have emailed - no response yet - perhaps she has found somewhere already. :wink:
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Post by Carole g » 12 Apr 2007, 20:33

Hi cookie, there is a standard poodle who has qualified as a seizure alert dog, would you like me to find out more?
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Post by chuddy » 13 Apr 2007, 12:50

I would willingly offer her a loving home for life but cant stretch to £600 - why cant they cut their losses and do what is best for the dog and find a loving home - why is money always the issue.

Im sad now :cry: poop puppy....!

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Post by chuddy » 13 Apr 2007, 12:51

Im meant to say 'poor puppy'......

Hope it all works out in the end!

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Post by chelsea » 13 Apr 2007, 13:48

Im sad now poop puppy....!
Sorry that has just made me laugh my head off :!:

Seriously though, I fully agree with what you are saying, a good home is priceless. Maybe you should give the owner a call and make them an offer - you never know they may accept it.

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Post by Treacletoffee » 15 Apr 2007, 16:36

Chuddy
I think you had it right first time!!

I do hope this puppy finds a good home, if all works out well, I feel it might be the best thing to happen, as the environment he is in at the moment dosnt seem best suited to a young pup??
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Post by Tigger » 15 Apr 2007, 17:20

I offered to have thos pup but apparently someone was going to see the dog last Tuesday - we left it that she would contact me again if it fell through I have not heard any more so......... :wink:
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Post by itsmeisitu2 » 15 Apr 2007, 18:31

cant believe a 4 mnth old needs new home, they must have only had the pup around 8 weeks in the first place. :shock: :shock: Hope shes found a lovely home now.
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Post by Doodie's_mum » 26 Apr 2007, 12:52

Has this Doodle found a new home yet?

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Post by deb Beasor » 26 Apr 2007, 19:16

Hi doodies mum

Changing the subject but your little dood is so cute !!!!!!!!


luv the piccies

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Post by Doodie's_mum » 26 Apr 2007, 19:48

Hi Debs

Yes I have to agree, she is rather cute :lol:

Although the running club down the park didn't think so this afternoon! 30 kids running around - she couldn't resist. Decided to join them, much to their amusement, then she decided to help herself to a waterbottle and scarper!

How embarrassing :oops:

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