Female Black Labrador (Pimms): 1year 7months. Vaccinated, chipped, spayed, no health issues. Great with other dogs and kids. Treated for worms and fleas regularly.
Healthy weight. Not great with gun shots not an ideal shooting dog.
Male black and white springer cocker mix (Trigger): 10 months old. Vaccinated, not neutered, no health issues. Cocker size not springer. Great with dogs and kids. Treated for worms and fleas regularly. Great at retrieving and with gun shots. Would make a good gun dog. Tail not docked.
Parents not available to see are we are not the breeders.
Both registered with Park Issa vets on Salop Road where all vaccination history etc is available. Both dogs are great off the lead.
Reason for rehoming. We have struggled to keep the dogs secure in the garden and have had to use a run more often than we would like. This being said our energetic dogs require more exercise than we are able to give them. Regardless of long daily walks the dogs still need a good size space to run around in. We feel they would best suit a farm or rural property.
As my husband and I are expecting our third child we feel it may only further limit the time available to walk the dogs. They truly are the most loving dogs and it’s for this reason we want to give them the best possible life. We would prefer the dogs stay together if possible as they have been raised together and provide great company for one another. £100 per dog to avoid time waisters.
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