Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

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Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 16 Sep 2007, 15:45

I have a five month old, beautiful little F2 black boy, he is house and lead trained. He is a very intelligent, laid back and confident little chap that needs some one-to-one attention! Price is neg to right home, both mum and dad can be seen and he is home/family reared, one of our litter of 9. This little boy is going to be a fantastic family pet, most of his basic training has already been done. :D

He is fully vaccinated, wormed and flea treated up-to-date.

I wonder how many replies I will get given the title for this thread????


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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by kats » 16 Sep 2007, 18:59

hi Lou

how did he get on with his weekend away with the neighbours and cats? :D
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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Ali Cat » 16 Sep 2007, 19:24

God Imogen

he's beautiful. Is he Dood? He looks like a lab.....

as and when I get my next dog it'll have to be a lab. Eroc is a changed dog when he's with a lab. He trots beside them, walks nicely on the lead (no shoulder-wrenching pulling) and obeys by proxy.

Otherwise he's just manic

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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by sprocket07 » 16 Sep 2007, 19:35

He is stunning ! What are you feeding him on ? His coat is beautiful !

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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 17 Sep 2007, 12:01

kats wrote:hi Lou

how did he get on with his weekend away with the neighbours and cats? :D

He didn't go, they must have had second thoughts!!! :cry: :cry: :cry:

He came to a model aircraft show with us instead at the Hop Farm. :lol:

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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 17 Sep 2007, 12:03

sprocket07 wrote:He is stunning ! What are you feeding him on ? His coat is beautiful !

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He has Natures Menu Puppy and Nutro Choice Large Breed Puppy dried. :D

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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by labradoodlelover28 » 17 Sep 2007, 21:52

he's gorgeous!!
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Re: Anyone looking for a shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by jane1 » 18 Sep 2007, 08:22

blimey i agree. What a stunning looking boy with gorgeous big eyes and a really shiny coat. He does look just like a lab. Hope he gets a new home soon.

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

Post by LouBeale » 18 Sep 2007, 15:59

When you look closely, he has a poodle nose and ears, only the coat is like a lab and he has loads of curls down his back. He is not gonna be like a lab (beautiful as they are) he is a dood and has the charactistics of a dood through and through! We love him to bits!!!

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Post by Sooty » 20 Sep 2007, 22:33

I wonder if he will be like Verna's Jake? He has a smooth head but a rougher body? He's the quiet one in the background :D
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by Judy Shelton » 21 Sep 2007, 08:51

What a beautiful, kind, intelligent and down right lovely face he has! There's still no one home all day until the end of November or I'ld be first in line. Please let us know how he gets on when he finds his forever home.
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by claire fifi » 21 Sep 2007, 11:57

Oh Lou - wish I could have him. He has such a lovely expression. I think it is so sad that people really want curls.. I have met two other doods who look just like him and live near me - one is an f4 called Indigo and the other is Sooty (not sure of his gen but at least f2). Both are fab dogs, all the advantages of a lab, but without the heaviness. Perfect IMHO.

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

Post by misskatie » 21 Sep 2007, 19:02

You are going to find it so hard to part with him now aren't you? He's lovely. :D
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Re: Beautiful shedding, non allergy friendly , dood.?

Post by LouBeale » 21 Sep 2007, 19:34

Yes and no, we love him to bits, but he needs some more one to one attention away from mum and dad. I will be gutted to part with him but I know he needs more. As I have said before, we are happy to keep him for as long as necessary, but I would love to see him settled with a loving family. :(

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

Post by gilly39 » 21 Sep 2007, 21:58

claire fifi wrote:Oh Lou - wish I could have him. He has such a lovely expression. I think it is so sad that people really want curls.. I have met two other doods who look just like him and live near me - one is an f4 called Indigo and the other is Sooty (not sure of his gen but at least f2). Both are fab dogs, all the advantages of a lab, but without the heaviness. Perfect IMHO.

Keep us posted.
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