Rehomed

Gorgeous Labradoodle F1b Puppies available mid Feb in Hayle

£1,200

Poppy, our beloved chocolate brown labradoodle, has had a litter of 7 pups, arriving on the 18th Dec. She is a stunning looking wavy coated labradoodle and the perfect family dog. She's four years old, perfectly healthy and approx 20'' at the shoulder. This will be her one and only litter.

We've back crossed her with Bailey, a handsome slightly smaller (approx17" at the shoulder and of generally slighter build) mini apricot kc registered stud poodle. Dad fully DNA tested Clear for PRA; MH; and vwd Type 1. He has a clear BVA eye examination.

She had 4 black pups, 2 of each sex and 3 tan/apricot pups, 2 girls & 1 boy. 4 have already been sold, which leaves 2 black boys (green and blue) and one black girl (red). They were 4 weeks old on the 15 Jan, and are available for viewings (in person or via WhatsApp/FaceTime etc) now. We are looking to re-home them when they are 9 weeks - 19th/20th Feb - but can be flexible a week or so, either side.

They are being lovingly brought up in the centre of our busy/noisy family home and are developing their adventurous /playful characters as I type this. They've already had their first vet health check and first worming. They will leave us fully wormed; microchipped; with first vaccination (2nd will be due around 12 weeks) and fully weened onto dry puppy food. Hopeful they will also be a long way towards being housetrained.

We are looking for genuine people/families to love and care for these puppies.

Please contact us for further information or if you want to arrange a viewing.

Best wishes. Jon & Karen

  • 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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Ad ID:
37532244
Posted:
1 week ago
Karen Quick
Hayle
Posting for 4+ years
Joined
Nov 2017
Response rate
100%
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