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    Default Wanting a Forever Home for 10mth Old Cavoodle X Lahoodle

    Hi Guys, this is "Rugby" and i am trying to find him a forever home.
    He is my Sister's dog and because of personal reasons she is no longer able to care for him.

    His Mum is a Lahoodle (poodle x lahsa aapso) and Dad a Cavoodle.

    Rugby is completly house broken, a very friendly dog-he doesn't have a mean bone in his body! He is great with kids, adults and other dogs. He goes to the groomer every couple of months and is great with getting clipped, nails done etc.
    He is desexed, microchipped and up to date with his vaccinations.

    He is a real gentle dog and such a sweetie! He loves cuddles.
    He is an inside dog and has been since a puppy.

    He has no health issues, but if you don't have the time to brush his coat on a regular basis then it is a wise idea to get him clipped. He doesn't shed any hair-his coat is so amazing, it feels like fluffy wool.

    His birthday is Aug 09.

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to meet him.
    He is at Mt Annan NSW
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    Please don't try and sell him as a Lahoodle X Cavoodle. That makes me feel ill
    He's a mutt.

    Is your sister 'giving' him away?
    Is he advertised in magazines, newspapers, internet etc. Talk to thr RSPCA and explain your situation. They'll get the word out and give him a new chance at life. After all, he's still only a baby..
    Education not Legislation

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    Please advertise him as a mixed breed, cos thats what he is a mutt, mutts make great pets.

    Will he be desexed, this will be a great idea

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    It says he is desexed.
    Education not Legislation

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    I hope the mutt finds a great home. I love mutts. Most of mine all my adult life have been.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Sorry missed the desexed bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by macca691 View Post
    Hi Guys, this is "Rugby" and i am trying to find him a forever home.
    He is my Sister's dog and because of personal reasons she is no longer able to care for him.

    His Mum is a Lahoodle (poodle x lahsa aapso) and Dad a Cavoodle.

    Rugby is completly house broken, a very friendly dog-he doesn't have a mean bone in his body! He is great with kids, adults and other dogs. He goes to the groomer every couple of months and is great with getting clipped, nails done etc.
    He is desexed, microchipped and up to date with his vaccinations.

    He is a real gentle dog and such a sweetie! He loves cuddles.
    He is an inside dog and has been since a puppy.

    He has no health issues, but if you don't have the time to brush his coat on a regular basis then it is a wise idea to get him clipped. He doesn't shed any hair-his coat is so amazing, it feels like fluffy wool.

    His birthday is Aug 09.

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to meet him.
    He is at Mt Annan NSW

    ohh dear what a crossed breed mix !!!!!!!

    No health issues??????? only a pure bred, clear health tested dogs with kc registration papers can guarantee that he's 100% free from genetic health issues etc, perhaps that should be explained to the new owners, make them aware of the unknown health / genetic risks of cross bred dogs & non papered, puppy mill & byb bred dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    ohh dear what a crossed breed mix !!!!!!!

    No health issues??????? only a pure bred, clear health tested dogs with kc registration papers can guarantee that he's 100% free from genetic health issues etc, perhaps that should be explained to the new owners, make them aware of the unknown health / genetic risks of cross bred dogs & non papered, puppy mill & byb bred dogs.
    And especially at 10 months old, how could you possibly tell
    Education not Legislation

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    Thread closed.

    Macca, I'm sorry your advertisement for Rugby did not go as planned.

    The comments here have been rude, condescending, and have caused members to hit the report buttons. I can see why.
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