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Free to right home: We are having to move overseas urgently and MUST re-home our lovely boy (if it were possible to take him we would). He is a gentle giant. NO bad habits. Predictable nature. Loving, patient, cheerful, funny, playful and overall a beautiful boy. Everyone says it! Not a mean bone in his body! However, he is very alert and makes an excellent protector. He is a large dog. Good with all children, people and pets. He is very STEADY and balanced. Full pet passport (up-to-date). English bred (we have had him since 10 weeks old). Eats anything. Has been extremely well taken care of. All vacs/neutered. No health issues. Just over 2 years old. Serious enquiries only please. (Mayenne region, Near Ernee)

Photos and more info: http://www.totalfrance.com/france/classified.php?catid=9&subcatid=194&adid=22819

A Labradoodle is a cross between a standard poodle and a labrador (I was asked). His dad was the standard poodle and his mum was the labrador, met both.

More info here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labradoodle

Ours is black. The photo in this listing is very close to how he looks except in colour. We are close to both Mayenne, Gorron and Ernee.

PLEASE contact us directly if interested. We will not be posting further information on the forum i.e. answering posts etc. Its difficult. We would be happy to answer any questions at all and speak with anyone who is GENUINELY interested. It is 100% impossible to take him with us, so offering advice in this regard would not be helpful. He means the world to us so a loving home who knows how to care for a large dog and what to expect will only be considered. Thank you to everyone.

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So happy to hear you have been able to right the right new home for your labradoodle.  It must be dreadful to have to give a loved pet away, nut now you will be able to get on with thinking about your move overseas without worry on that score. 

Chrissie (81)

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