5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

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jags
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5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by jags » 29 Dec 2011, 15:19

Hiya.iv got a 5yr old scruffy cream boy for rehoming.hes been with me since xmas eve I wil give details in a pm.he is a real gent.dog friendly child friendly.i imagine he wud b ok with cats as he doesnt bother with my next doors.hes not neutered yet.but I wil do asap before he goes anywhere.he is a lovely loving dog that is fine to stay with me until the right home comes up.i wil post a pic wen I get chance on the laptop.please pm me an I will give you more details thanks for looking,he really is a doll.
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by Kirstie & Murphy » 29 Dec 2011, 22:15

Here's a picture of the lovely boy :D

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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by jags » 29 Dec 2011, 23:17

Cheers kirsty.hes had a bath an a trim now.so looks an smells better.
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by The Turners » 30 Dec 2011, 13:07

Hope he finds a forever home soon :D
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Post by linny » 30 Dec 2011, 14:46

Hi Jags, he's a great looking dood so shouldn't have too much trouble finding an A***** home
Nice to hear he's a gentleman and not like one that I know :roll:
Hope he strikes lucky soon.

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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by Pauline » 30 Dec 2011, 18:29

I thought you were keeping him Jags?!
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by jags » 30 Dec 2011, 22:39

Thanks guys.I was thinking bout it pauline.but christmas cheer an wine made everything great.but reality really means im best finding him somewhere.i got him on the intention of finding a home.so am gona be grown up an senseable! Linny did u get the hamster cage?
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by linny » 31 Dec 2011, 00:59

[ Linny did u get the hamster cage?[/quote]

No Jags, not recieved it... :?: I would have PM'd to thank you
We still have 53 hamsters requiring homes if anyone is interested :roll:
They seem to harder to rehome than horses or goats :shock:

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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by jags » 31 Dec 2011, 19:50

:? After wondering and checking I had right addy,I asked hubby where it could be and how I wud find out.......after scratching his head he remembers taking to the post office but calling into work and having taking it out of boot to move some stuff,so said box with hamster cage is sat at his work in a corner somewhere,I will send it ASAP linny and I'm sorry my oh is a tit!!!!
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by linny » 31 Dec 2011, 20:08

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Same old jags :lol: :lol: :lol:
Happy New year to you and yours.....including the OH.
I sent you a pm with my address if you need it again let me know.
We definitely need more cages so thanks Jags :)

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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by victoria-sponge » 06 Jan 2012, 18:56

Hello Jags - I'm new here, and have joined to ask about this lovely scruffy dog. I've sent you a PM, but although it says I've sent it, it's in my Outbox rather than my Sent messages, and I don't know if it's gone to you or not. Maybe I can't send a PM because I'm a newbie. Anyway, if it hasn't reached you, let me know and I'll try again. Thank you! :D

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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by Paula&Archie » 07 Jan 2012, 00:09

Hi Victoria Sponge. Just to let you know that PMs stay in your Outbox until they are read by the addressee. As soon as they are accessed by the person you are sending them to, they move to your Sent box.

I do hope the scruffy boy finds a lovely home. He looks adorable.
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by MrsAdmin » 07 Jan 2012, 00:15

victoria-sponge wrote:Hello Jags - I'm new here, and have joined to ask about this lovely scruffy dog. I've sent you a PM, but although it says I've sent it, it's in my Outbox rather than my Sent messages, and I don't know if it's gone to you or not. Maybe I can't send a PM because I'm a newbie. Anyway, if it hasn't reached you, let me know and I'll try again. Thank you! :D
I'm pretty sure that Jags has got a wonderful home for this lovely boy but there are plenty of older Doodles waiting at the Labradoodle Trust for the right person to suit them.

Do take a look. The ones on the website aren't the only ones available either.

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q= ... Za4B9Dk_wQ
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by victoria-sponge » 09 Jan 2012, 18:13

Hello Mrs Admin! Thank you for replying. I'm quickly learning that Doodle owners are some of the nicest people on the Internet: I'm sure that lovely scruffy 5-year-old had no shortage of fantastic homes willing to adopt him.

We've found our Doodle! We went to see her on Saturday, all fell genuinely in love, and brought her home: she's a 20-month F1B goldendoodle. She has the most loving, wonderful, happy temperament: I call her the Big White Love Dog. Having a great big doodle around the place has made everyone in the family really happy, and her tail hasn't stopped wagging since she moved in. :D
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Re: 5yr old cream boy for rehoming.

Post by MrsAdmin » 09 Jan 2012, 22:49

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

does she have a proper name apart from The Big White Love Dog?

She is lovely looking. Where did she come from?

Eddie Doodle went to his new owner on Saturday and is totally happy - a perfect matching :P
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