Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Lainey74 » 03 Oct 2007, 11:11

spoodle wrote:
claire fifi wrote:Thats great news Lou. I am a bit sad, as I was looking forward to giving him a holiday here ! Hope the new owner joins the forum and keeps us updated!
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So... Is Yogi with you then Spoodle??! :D :mrgreen: :D :mrgreen:

Or am I reading too much into that wink..? :oops: :lol:
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by spoodle » 03 Oct 2007, 11:46

You can find out if you go to doodletimes :!: :D

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Lainey74 » 03 Oct 2007, 12:10

Oooohhhh.... Over I go!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Lainey74 » 03 Oct 2007, 13:18

Aaaand finally, I'm up to speed!! Fab news, and congrats all round to those involved! :wink: :D

Lucky Yogi. I bet Lou is over the moon that he has a forever home now.
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 03 Oct 2007, 18:52

:cry: :cry: :cry: been missing him terribly, have lost my purpose, might have to go back to work! :shock:

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by yoz1881 » 03 Oct 2007, 20:20

LouBeale wrote::cry: :cry: :cry: been missing him terribly, have lost my purpose, might have to go back to work! :shock:
Now that's a bit drastic :shock: I'm sure you could think of something more entertaining than work :lol:
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 03 Oct 2007, 21:49

Bees in bubbles, have managed 6,400 so far :lol: :lol: :lol:

Addicted, thanks to Kay :twisted:

http://www.ferryhalim.com/orisinal/g3/bubble.htm

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by yoz1881 » 03 Oct 2007, 22:19

LouBeale wrote:Bees in bubbles, have managed 6,400 so far :lol: :lol: :lol:

Addicted, thanks to Kay :twisted:

http://www.ferryhalim.com/orisinal/g3/bubble.htm
Yay, go girl :lol: You have 33, 300 to beat......:lol: :lol:
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by rachcob27 » 13 Oct 2007, 21:46

Hi Lou,

would be really interested in him, he looks very sweet. I'm looking for a family pet. We have no other animals (except fish) and I have 2 small boys so am looking at Doodles as they are supposed to be child friendly. I'm a stay at home mum so I'm home most of the time so he wouldn't be left alone regularly. If you think you can part with him then let me know.

Thanks

Rachel

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 14 Oct 2007, 09:10

Sorry Rachel but he's found a new home already.

Thanks for your interest.

Good luck with finding a dood :)

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by BeverleyEYorks » 01 Nov 2007, 20:41

Hi are you still trying to home your sheddy pooch? Our retriever died at easter (she shed loads - we miss the tumble weed!) and we have now started to feel we can start again and are thinking of homing. Interested in the doods as once before had a poodle x- ok a poodle pekinese cross. Looked daft but was a real love and BRIGHT. Your boy looks a real sweetheart. We live just off a 500 acre freeland pasture site and have 4 kids up from 13. So might be able to take in a lad or lady who needs love in a corner of yorkshire?

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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Pippin » 02 Nov 2007, 00:22

Wow, it's amazing how un-doodle like he looks. I knew you could get variation but I didn't realise their coat could be that lab like.
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Jac » 02 Nov 2007, 13:01

Pippin, their coats can change quite a bit as they grow. I've seen a more recent photo of Yogi/Sid and he has lovely waves all down his back! :D
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by kats » 02 Nov 2007, 13:20

BeverleyEYorks wrote:Hi are you still trying to home your sheddy pooch? Our retriever died at easter (she shed loads - we miss the tumble weed!) and we have now started to feel we can start again and are thinking of homing. Interested in the doods as once before had a poodle x- ok a poodle pekinese cross. Looked daft but was a real love and BRIGHT. Your boy looks a real sweetheart. We live just off a 500 acre freeland pasture site and have 4 kids up from 13. So might be able to take in a lad or lady who needs love in a corner of yorkshire?

hi

if you read the thread all the way through i think this dog has already found a new home. have you registered with the labradoodle rescue? they may know of a dog looking for a home :D
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