6 months old labrador in Rhyl


I'm having to re home my beautiful labrador puppy Tuck through no fault of his own and the breeder won't take him back. Due to my landlord selling the property I'm having to move in with my sister for the time being until I find a new home and cannot take him with me (my sisters allergic to dog) he is such a lovely boy with lots of potential. He is house trained and will let you know when he needs to go out but he is still young so this is something that needs to be routinely kept up, he's crate trained so goes in his crate during the night and if I pop out with no issues at all. No separation anxiety he's happy to be alone in another room or while I'm on the school run. He's good on a lead but is very nervous about being out on a walk as he was attacked by an older dog but it's something we've been working on and he still loves seeing other dogs. He also lives with two young children and is fine but he is a puppy so he can be very excitable and energetic. He's up to date with vaccinations and had a recent check up, microchipped and will have his KC registration. This is a vary hard decision for me but unfortunately I have to put me and my children first when finding a home for us. He will only go to the best home and questions wil be asked about where he's going so no time wasters please.

**Tuck was advertised a few weeks ago and had a lot of interest however the home lined up for him was not suitable so please only message if you can offer him a forever home and he is not for free to ensure he goes to a 5* home.
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Age: 6 Months
Ready to leave:
Gender: Boy
Will be microchipped: 
KC Registered:  
Posted:  New
Ad ID: 39508643
  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit the puppy with its mum
    before paying a deposit
  • Use  Deposit PetSafe Deposit
  • Microchipped & vet checked
  • No imported puppies

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