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Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 25 Mar 2014, 22:01
by briansangel
Please get her spayed then you can be sure the interest is genuine xxx

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 25 Mar 2014, 22:02
by briansangel
Please get her spayed then you can be sure the interest is genuine xxx

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 25 Mar 2014, 22:31
by Sparkypops
Hi there, I live near Blackpool and have a gorgeous 4 year old black labradoodle called Poppy, who is very confident and full of fun (and spayed). Myself and husband are a normal couple who live in a normal semi detached house, with a very ordinary sized garden. I work three hours in the morning, a few mornings per week and invariably spend my afternoons walking Poppy on the beach near our home. We rescued Poppy as a pup after losing our lovely rescued lurcher after 15 happy years. I cant offer a massive house, or acres of garden, but I can offer a secure, loving and happy home with a friendly/ happy labradoodle who'd love a brother or sister - Milly is the spitting image of Poppy, except Poppy is black, not chocolate. I would only accept a neutered/ spayed dog as I've no wish to breed and would be willing to pay and wait for this to be done prior to adopting any animal. If you think you could part with Milly to an ordinary happy home then I would love to hear from you, otherwise sincere best wishes and I truly hope you find Milly the loving home she deserves xx

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Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 26 Mar 2014, 00:58
by willow&kobi
Just off subject Sparky i to live near Blackpool :D

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 26 Mar 2014, 20:44
by briansangel
I live in Blackpool.. Why no posts before?

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 26 Mar 2014, 23:15
by Ben
Please spay her, it's the safest option for your girl and will give you additional piece of mind.

I'm interested in knowing if any of the enquiries here have registered to adopt a Labradoodle with Doodle Trust as there are some looking for homes and you all sound like perfect homed. They are all spayed and neutered.

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 01:44
by willow&kobi
I live in Blackpool.. Why no posts before?
Brains where you live?

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 14:25
by briansangel
I live in Bispham willow xxx

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 14:27
by briansangel
So worried about Millie and her future if shes left unspayed xxx

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 17:46
by swardie
Can just agree with the previous posts!!! I've only had our Dex for a few weeks, but have already had at least four people with intact cockapoo etc etc saying that they've got friends who have some strange breed ending in Oooo , and they're going to breed the dogs- aaaagh- nightmare!! ( that's why I always say that Dex is an Australian Labradoodle, and yes, I know there are some on this forum that thinks that's OTT, but I know that he's
100% Auz Dood, so why not( and I can always describe the difference between the two).

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 23:38
by Ianto!
Hi Tracey,

Sorry I can't help with re-homing the beautiful 'Millie" - she looks to be a lovely girl. Have you checked with Dog Lost? I know you think she may have been dumped, but it's possible she was stolen/lured away from further afield and then abandoned. Did the vet say that she is still entire? I wondered whether someone had taken her and then dumped her as she was no good for breeding.

I can totally understand why you're having to find her a new home - your first thought must be for your older dogs; these younger doods have so much energy and don't always understand that other dogs aren't as spry...

Our local rescue sometimes puts their dogs into foster homes rather than stress them out in kennels and they do very well, happily transferring to their new 'forever homes' so I wouldn't be too worried about the Doodle Trust putting her in a foster home - they're very loving families...

Just wanted to wish you all the very best of luck in re-homing - you sound like a very caring person. Thank you so much for being so concerned about a lost and lonely doodle...

Anne & Ianto x

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 28 Mar 2014, 18:07
by Yellow bird
Hi Tracey, I realise you are entering a whole new area finding a home for Milly, we already have a three year old neutered male and as retired active people we already walk a good two hours daily, we've not left Archie as we have no reason to. If you feel you would like to consider us and discuss Milly's requirements we would be happy to give you contact details. Kind regards

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 28 Mar 2014, 19:08
by Vincento
I haven't looked at this thread for a couple of days but have noticed a trend that all the would be dog homers offering the lovely Milly a new home are pretty much first time posters on here which worries me a little.

Why have you not posted before I wonder :?: I'm sorry to offend but we have no way of knowing if you are indeed a genuine poster with genuine intentions and if you really want a Doodle then why now :?:
Why not contact the Labradoodle Trust and why haven't you done so :?: .

Having watched the "Dangerous Dogs" article on TV last night I am ashamed of the way our so called dog loving country allows anyone to get hold of a dog and bitch, breed and profit from them without a care in the world. They are not genuine dogs owners/lovers with the dogs health and welfare being put first. These people do not care or provide provision of any sort. Sadly it's all about the money and how quickly they can get it with some puppies as young as only four weeks old sold to some guy down the pub/street.

So Tracey PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE consider what you want for Milly for the rest of her life as she has no control on this but you do. Please consider very carefully as I would hate to think that she like many others before her will end up as a cash cow only to be cast aside the minute she has served her purpose.

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 28 Mar 2014, 20:29
by briansangel
Agree with everything you said Vincento especially about the people who have never posted before.. And how do we know Milly hasn't already been used for that purpose as Tracey says she found her abandoned??.... Seems we are powerless here and lets hope she sees the light and hands her over to the Trust where she will be safe xxx

Re: Looking to find a new home for loving chocolate labrado

Posted: 28 Mar 2014, 20:57
by Ianto!
It sounds to me as if Tracey is trying really hard to do the best for this doodle - it must be difficult to deal with a new, lively, young dog when you already have two beloved older dogs to think about.
Please don't let's get on at her - she's come onto this website to try and find Millie a loving home...
I understand that everyone is concerned for this young dog's future - and really, if anyone is so worried about her, they could offer to help Tracey and her older dogs by looking after Millie themselves until a home is found.
I can't offer to do this, can one of you?
Anne & Ianto x