New Home Required For Millie..NOW REHOMED!!

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New Home Required For Millie..NOW REHOMED!!

Post by choccydoodle » 04 Dec 2006, 14:02

Hi Folks,

I thought I would post this on your forum as well as our own site...I have been contacted by a lady who is requiring her 4 month old Labradoodle bitch to be rehomed

Here is her details.....

Millie a 4 month old, 1st Gen, golden labradoodle (dam: yellow labrador x sire: apricot standard poodle) bred by Debra Chisholm of Newcastle, is in need of a new home due to family circumstances.

She has a hair coat which is showing signs of soft waves and the beginings of a beard. Millie is an intelligent, lively, friendly doodle, house trained and used to children. She has had all her injections and is wormed. With her having the hair coat she will most likely cast.

If you would like to rehome her (fee required) please send an email to johnarchbold@btinternet.com giving your name, contact number and any other relevant details and we will call you as soon as possible.
Millie is in the Northumberland area.

Please think this through before responding, doodles like most dogs require committment, time and energy.

The family that have her dont have access to a computer...also the breeder of Millie has offered no support. So if anyone can help please get in touch with the above email.
Pictures of Millie can be seen our our site...
http://www.scottish-labradoodles.co.uk then got to the rehoming page.

Thanks!!

Marion :)
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L Maher
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Millie

Post by L Maher » 04 Dec 2006, 14:28

She is gorgeous. Have you any idea how much she will shed? How much do they want for her?

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Post by susiegill » 04 Dec 2006, 14:41

Another beautiful girl!

I do hope she finds her new home soon.

:evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: re the breeder!
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sharon and richard
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MILLIE.

Post by sharon and richard » 04 Dec 2006, 15:37

She is a real beauty :D . She looks very much like our 4 month old Spidge. I hope she finds the right home soon.

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Post by donz » 04 Dec 2006, 15:50

in my own experience she is likely to shed some, Scruffy Dog started to shed at 5mths old and is also an F1 with mum being the lab and dad being the poodle.

It is low shedding compared to a lab that will shed a lot but depends on how houseproud you are and how much you want to sweep every day :)
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Post by L Maher » 04 Dec 2006, 17:46

I don't want to sweep every day! Would I be better with an F1b labradoodle? I don't mind a little shedding, but my eldest daughter may react - she does with cats and their hairs. I would have gladly taken her otherwise! Any help on which labradoodle coat would be the best!

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Post by PennyAli » 04 Dec 2006, 19:48

maybe you could get your daughter tested to see what she reacts to my mother in law is allergic to cats but is fine with a house full of dogs

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Post by samsan » 04 Dec 2006, 20:44

Both my hubby and son react to cats but there has been NO reaction to Sweep even though he does shed a bit! :)

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Post by L Maher » 05 Dec 2006, 20:02

Has anyone heard anymore about Millie? I have emailed her owners, but as yet haven't heard anything.

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Post by gailg » 06 Dec 2006, 13:06

"Debra Chisholm from Newcastle"
Another name I will NOT be contacting if I get another doodle! :twisted:
Best Wishes,Gail

L Maher
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Post by L Maher » 06 Dec 2006, 14:16

May I ask why? From what I gather it is the owner trying to rehome Millie and not the breeder.

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Re: New Home Required For Millie, F1 Golden Labradoodle Bit

Post by GUNNER » 06 Dec 2006, 14:26

choccydoodle wrote:
...also the breeder of Millie has offered no support.



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i think you will find that is the reason why :cry:

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Post by L Maher » 06 Dec 2006, 14:36

I see what you mean! I still haven't heard what happened to Millie. I emailed the owners, but have still not heard anything. Can anyone help?

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Post by Red5 » 06 Dec 2006, 16:59

Hi I am the partner of the lady looking to re home millie. I only have access to a PC at work so that is why choocydoodle is helping with the process. I have been looking at this site for around 12 months now and this is the first post I have made.

If anyone is having problems contacting us with regard Millie, if they e-mail me their phone number we shall contact you ASAP.

regards

Red

Red@Btconnect.com

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Post by L Maher » 06 Dec 2006, 17:33

Hi, have sent you a private message.

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