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 Post subject: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 11:05 
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We are a loving family of five (children aged 6-9) and we would love to adopt a small/medium sized fleece-coated labradoodle or goldendoodle (or any non-moulting poodle cross). We live in the Somerset countryside (in the Frome area) on a quiet no-through lane and with an enclosed garden of .75 acre. My husband and I both work from home and walk daily so our dog would have masses of company and exercise. We offer a loving, committed, forever home to the right dog. I'd really appreciate help with our search! P.S. We cannot afford the high price of puppies of this kind and so are hoping to adopt a young adult or older puppy.

Thank you!!

- HKJ


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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 11:11 
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have a look on the labradoodletrust web site for lovely doodles who need a new home - phew 5 kids and a doodle you are a glutton for punishment
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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 11:16 
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I will, thank you. Nothing last time I looked but I'll look again. Two of us are adults, so only 3 children otherwise, you're right, I'd not be considering a dog!!


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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 11:35 
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Ah only joking. Doodles make fab family pets - you just need lots of energy !!
I hope there's one out there for you soon

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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 19:08 
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Labradoodle trust don't always post what dogs are available on their website as they sometimes have matched homes waiting :) will be worth filing in the adoption application form incase one that is suitable for you becomes available as people who have already filled in the forms will be a priority :) good luck in your search!

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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 19:28 
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Thanks so much for the advice. I didn't realise about the application forms but will seek them out and get one in! Thanks again, Honor


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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
PostPosted: 07 Jan 2014, 22:03 
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Welcome - we are not that far from you... in Shepton Mallet. :D :D

Good luck with your search for a beloved doodle!

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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
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hkj wrote:
we would love to adopt a small/medium sized fleece-coated labradoodle or goldendoodle (or any non-moulting poodle cross)


Hi there,

I just wanted to make sure that you are aware that most labradoodles and goldendoodles do moult. Especially the fleece-coated ones. The curly-coated poodley ones may not moult. and the Aussie doodles don't, but the majority do.

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http://www.wagtails-rescue.co.uk/rehomi ... 020114.php

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My daughters looking to rehome her doberman very well behaved hes 6 but still like a pup,he lives with a 2year ol and a baby and lives with and doesnt harm chikens they attack him,they havent got time for him anymore,he is brown,but a big boy.

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Hi, On preloved there is a labradoodle called Meg she is lovely. They are based in Wrexham walesx

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Good luck in your search for a doodle we have a 10 year old daughter and a 6 year old son with autism and we couldn't have picked a better pet than ally she's a standard labradoodle but wonderful with the kids!


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 Post subject: Re: Somerset family seeks to adopt labradoodle/goldendoodle
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hkj wrote:
We are a loving family of five (children aged 6-9) and we would love to adopt a small/medium sized poodle-coated labradoodle or goldendoodle (or any non-moulting poodle cross). We live in the Somerset countryside (in the Frome area) on a quiet no-through lane and with an enclosed garden of .75 acre. My husband and I both work from home and walk daily so our dog would have masses of company and exercise. We offer a loving, committed, forever home to the right dog. I'd really appreciate help with our search! P.S. We cannot afford the high price of puppies of this kind and so are hoping to adopt a young adult or older puppy.

Thank you!!

- HKJ


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