Gorgeous black lab, we have seen how shiny his fur coat has become in our care! We have been watching Angus and he is starting to show his personality. He is a typical lab. He is a lovely boy and loves the company of other dogs. He would make an ideal companion dog. He also seeks out people and loves cuddles and is very funny. He has a huge heart and is a giant teddy bear.
DOB: 1yr -18 months
Sex: Male Neutered: NO
Cat tested: TBC UPON REQUEST
Child tested : TBC
Medical Issues: Heartworm, which is easily curable
All our rescues including this dog, will be:
• Neutered or spayed already
• Fully vaccinated up to date for parvo virus,Rabies and distemper
• Fully blood tested with the 4D test for Parvo Virus, Ehrlichiosis, Babeosis, and heartworm
• Fully tested with other dogs for temperament and reactions • Fully tested with children of all ages to ensure child friendly
• If you would like to know more about this gorgeous pooch, please call us or txt us or contact via message through this page. Please consider offering a home to this loving dog.
We never charge any adoption fee for a dog. We only ask that adopters pay the initial transport fee for the dog. That fee is £350 which covers, the dogs microchip, passport, and transport fee.
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2) 10 Things You Need To Consider Before Getting a Puppy
3) All About Dog Rescue Centres
4) Why adopt an older dog ?
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