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CAN BE REHOMED WITH OR WITHOUT ANOTHER DOG AS LONG AS THEY ARE WITH AN ACTIVE FAMILY
LARGE WORKING DOG BREED DESIRABLE
DOG SAVVY CHILDREN
What can we say?! She’s a Lab, she’s a puppy, she’s adorable… Barley is 17 weeks old and the sweetest little girl who is very smart. She’s shown lots of potential already with training, which will need to be continued in her forever home. She is a rambunctious pup who is full of beans and will need plenty of socialising with well-behaved dogs to help her become a rescue ambassador. Fun and games will be needed to keep her brain active and stop her getting bored, she’s a truly delightful puppy.
Barley was born with Pulmonic Stenosis, a heart condition which was corrected by surgery at 13 weeks old. She’s just had her check up at the vets and everything is great. She will now need annual check ups.
Barley loves everyone she meets and has become a much loved girl in the neighbourhood. She has met children on her walks and behaved well whilst under supervision, due to her young age we would recommend she be homed with dog savvy children.
Barley has encountered cats on her walks and is absolutely scared stiff of them… her tail goes between her legs and she hides behind her foster mum!
Barley loves to play with the other dogs in her foster home, she loves toys, particularly a ball and is very playful, she is currently teething and does nip occasionally when over excited but this is being worked on. She’s mostly house trained with only the occasional accident
Barley loves her walks, particularly in the forest on a pack walk, she has good recall even when distracted by the other dogs.
Labradors are notorious for being destructive if left to their own devices, if you’ve seen Marley and Me, consider yourself warned! So with this in mind, our little Barley needs a home where there’s someone around most of the day, someone with the patience and willingness to continue with her training and be active enough to take her on lots adventures. She is going to need annual check ups with the specialist vet in Marlow so potential adopters will need to be happy to travel for these. A family with large breed experience would be desirable. Barley could live with or without another dog but will need to be kept active.
Will be adopted on a neutering and training agreement
Microchipped, Vaccinated and up to date flea and wormer
Adopters will need to travel to Marlow annually for Barleys check ups
Fostered in Bracknell, Berkshire
Barley will come with 5 weeks free Agria pet insurance