Labradane 10 month old pup in Greenwich



Please no judgement!

Here is Kia (from previous owner and the kids calling her) pronounced as sky -ah.

From the information I have = She is a Labradane (labrador/great dane)
10 months old but she is already big in height, i only see previous description she needed microchipping and vaccinations thats not a problem, but when i got her it turns out she needs all vaccinations, microchip and to also be spayed.
What i wasn't told until I got her is that she continually barks so doesn't like being left for too long... to which I now feel like im rushing around the shop neighbours have complained already when i leave to go to the shops she has a deep loud bark, her bark is ok whilst indoors as its just a bark that someone is at the door but its still a big deep bark too.
She is best suited in a much bigger place where she is able to bark and roam more.

The best bit she is a loving dog, loves affection, she loves other dogs just wants to play, loves children already has a protective mother instinct on them (mine are 7 9 and 13) absolutely adores mine she does get excited when they walk in the room and because of how big she is she does tend to put her weight on them my 9 year old with autism is still learning thats she isnt hurting just being really playful but it can get abit too much for him and his needs do and will always come first, she just wants to play and have a stroke loves her belly rubs and cuddles up on the sofa and the bed. Her recall is currently being worked on she has been off lead but in an enclosed park and just played with the kids but reminding her to be careful as she can knock a smaller child over being big and bouncy for the moment I walk with her on lead. She is knowing basic commands (sit paw lay) I dont have to say the words sit or paw she sees me use the hand command for sit and paw and does it with a treat for a reward.
She can be housetrained abit more learnt to use the puppy pad for when she hasnt been let out yet.
Preferably someone with a garden and a good amount of space.
Its already a tough decision to make and heartbreaking as she already feels like a member of the family so please serious enquiries only and i will be making sure she goes to a very good home so will be wanting updates on her and how she has settled for my kids to know and to make sure she will not be used for anything other than a loving dog to a loving home.
Thank you

  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit puppy with mum
  • No deposit before visit
  • No imported puppies
  • Microchipped & vet checked

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