Rescue Golden Labrador Male - 7/8 Yrs Neutered

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Rotherham, South Yorkshire (View Map)
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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
2179708
Pet Type :
Dogs
Pet Breed :
Labrador Retriever (Breed Info)
Breed Popularity:
#6 out of 244 Dog Breeds
Breed Group:
Breed Size:
Advert Type :
For Adoption
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Rescue Centre
Registered Charity? :
No
Pets Current Age :
7 years, 7 months old (More Info)
Microchipped :
Yes (More Info)
Neutered :
Yes (More Info)
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
Yes (More Info)
KC Registered :

Full Advert Details

IN FOSTER IN ROTHERHAM S61 2EU, S, YORKSHIRE, AND LOOKING FOR HIS FOREVER HOME. IN UK ALREADY - KIKI - GOLDEN LABRADOR - MALE - 7YRS NEUTERED
This Gorgeous rescue male labrador Kiki is looking for a home. He is a rescue boy who has had a bit of a sad life. He was owned but always kept outside on a chain for much of his life. His owner died and he came under the care of our rescue, Wags N Wet Noses Dog Rescue. Kiki is a dog who loves people. He is fully vaccinated up to date for all diseases including parvo virus, distemper, and rabies, and he has been regularly treated with flea and worm treatments to keep him parasite free. He is fully blood tested for all diseases and clear of all and fully vaccinated up to date to keep him protected. He is a dog who needs a loving home where people can understand his meagre needs and be on board with his continued training. He has only been neutered five months ago. He currently is easily handled by using a halti lead when walking him and teaching him distraction techniques when dog walking and he reacts well to the word NO. Hes great with children, absolutely fabulous and loves children, and is bomb proof around kids, and is great with female dogs, absolutely no issues there, but just some males he can be a bit grizzly with when walking on leash, less so off lead, but only once you've trained him to come back to your recall. You would need to give it a good month of him getting to know you before you let him off lead, (common sense really). Kiki is a lovely typical loving labrador, good with people and loves loves loves food and responds well to treats. He cant handle long walks, hes an older boy of between 7 and 8 years of age. He just wants a loving home where he can see out his latter years with love and gentler shorter walks and kindness. He has no issues around food or children, eats well, guzzles a bit fast but you can slow him down with a puzzle food bowl, and he just loves human company. If you have a loving dog savvy experienced home for Kiki, it would be ideal. He can be homed with children over 6 years, who are dog savvy and respectful of a dogs boundries. Hes an amazing boy with a lot of love to give. And hes only ever demonstrated how loving he is with children. Common sense applies when adopting, always being respectful of his boundries and ensuring you continue with his training. He is not the finished article he still need works and reassurance and training just like any new pup would. He is house trained already and only has the occasional accident when learning where everything is, including the door into the garden, in any new home. hes a smashing typical labrador, in every way. He needs love, security and a home. He can occasionally be grumpy on lead with some male dogs, but only some, not all, but he responds welll to the word no. Just a typical lab in every way, and very easy to have around your home. Great companion dog. Please contact us if you would like to know more about the gorgeous Kiki.

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