Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

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MrsAdmin
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Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by MrsAdmin » 11 Nov 2011, 01:36

Many Tears has a lovely little 1 year old Cockerpoo on their lists for re-homing (about a quarter way down) called Kath

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j& ... KBT2WfYqKQ

'07-11-11 Kath is a 1 year old Cockerpoo who has come to us from a breeder. She was given to us as she was not a good mum so no longer need. She is VERY scared at the moment and will need a home who understand that this will not be an case of taking her home and expecting too much of her too soon. She is going to need someone who understands scared dogs and who will give her the time she will need to adjust and learn to trust. She will need another dog to live with to teach her about living in a home and who will be her friend.'

Only 1 and already been bred and rejected as a poor Mum :twisted: And so many, many little ex-breeding bitch Yorkies :shock: It just breaks your heart :cry:
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allyjayne
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by allyjayne » 11 Nov 2011, 18:43

I have been looking and am tempted but I need to sort Herbies fear of strange dogs first but I'm so tempted.
She looks like she just needs loving bless her she'll go quickly though as shes so pretty.
I know someone will be very lucky to get her it might yet be me :P
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by elainendexter » 11 Nov 2011, 20:07

iv ben lookin at those poor dogs its such a shame you could take them all and giv them loads of love.
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Florrie!
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by Florrie! » 11 Nov 2011, 21:09

I've just had a look too and I just want to take them all. It's such a shame when animals get mistreated as some of them on there have been :(
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by lizziesmum » 11 Nov 2011, 21:14

Shes such sad eyes,bless her.
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by allyjayne » 11 Nov 2011, 21:35

I know its such a shame people still buy from puppy farms because they feel sorry for the pups condeming more bitches to suffer :cry:
I wish it would be banned they are living creatures not money making machines.
They have such sad lives its places like many tears that do such goood that make the world a better place.
Sorry but it does upset me looking at their plight theres an ex breeding poodle that comes into work and if anything startles him he spins a perfect 6 foot circle and thats 7 years on!
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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by Pollydoodle » 12 Nov 2011, 00:09

HAve you seen Juniper the 4yr old choccie lab :shock: .
She looks such a lovely trusting girlie.
Makes my eyes well up and my blood boil. :cry:
If my garden was just incy wincy bigger....

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Re: Anyone looking for a young cockerpoo?

Post by Pippin » 12 Nov 2011, 11:56

No wonder she wasn't a good Mum, only a baby herself :cry: :cry: :cry:
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Puppies should be warm clean and well, walk away if they are not.

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