Willow

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Meet Willow, a beautiful Labradoodle. We don’t know a lot about her, I was told she was three but she seems younger. She has bags of energy and loves nothing more than her ball and will chase it forever. Her recall is ok and she doesn’t go far from you on walks.
She has lived with cats, dogs and horses and she has slipped straight into life with our dogs very easily taking it all in her stride.

I would usually keep a foster for a bit longer, but she genuinely has no issues and needs to find her forever home.

You will need to be active, we walk on average 2 hours a day and she still wants to play even after a 6 mile walk.

She will need to be sterilised when you take her on as per LIN conditions.

She is such and affectionate loving dog and will be a great addition to any pack 😄

Blue’s Success Story

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My name is Blue (I’m a Man City supporter) and I’m nearly one year old. I’ve only been in my Forever Home for about six weeks and my Mum & Dad love me dearly! I’ve got two doggy brothers and one doggy sister in my new home, all Labradors. I have great fun with them! I like to play with my toys as well; my fave one is a big blue ball! Mum bought me a nice blue collar and lead, to match my new blue bed – there’s no excuse for anyone to mistake me as anyone other than Boy Blue. I’m just recuperating after having my crown jewels removed – Mum and Dad said it had to be done because I’m a rescue dog. Well, I’m very glad I was rescued, even if I do have some fresh air between my legs now lol!