Third generation labradoodle puppy in Ashford


Very sad re-home of our ten week old labradoodle puppy. She is from a litter of third generation labradoodles and when we saw her before we brought her home we saw both mum and dad, who were absolutely lovely. She is very playful and full of energy.
She will come with her bed, bowls, food, toys, vaccination card, collar, lead, brush and treats. She has been microchipped and had her first lot of vaccines with the breeder we got her from. She is due her second lot anytime from now. She has also had a health check done by a vet and they were very happy with her. The only thing picked up was that she has an umbilical hernia, but they aren't too worried as it seems to be closing.
She is doing well with toilet training and responds to her name when called. She is also crate trained at night and sleeps through.
She would need to go to an adult only household, or at least one with older children. This is the reason for re-homing as we have two small boys and she does not seem to be coping ever so well with being around children all the time and lots of fuss. She has shown some anxious behaviours when being picked up and moved. The vet has advised plug ins and a collar which may help calm her when she is stressed. So she would ideally need to go to someone with patience and some experience.
If our children were older we would definitely keep her as she is a real sweetheart and a real bundle of energy and fun, but it just doesn't seem fair on her.
This is very sad for us as we have wanted and looked for a puppy to join our family for a while and she has been very much loved in the time we've had her, so we will not just let her go to anyone.
Please do get in touch if you have any questions etc.
We are happy for her to be seen.

  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Use our Deposit PetSafe Deposit
  • Visit puppy with mum
  • Microchipped & vet checked
  • No imported puppies

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Feb 2009
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