Applications closed for shortlisting - The Trio

Applications closed for shortlisting - The Trio

7.5 weeks
Labrador X Staffie
Female and Male
Black & White
Living with Children:
Understanding , dog savvy children 10+
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other pets will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
An active family who can provide puppy socialisation and training.
I require:
puppy training/ someone home most of the time.

This gorgeous trio of Labrador X Staffie’s have arrived in our care and will soon be looking for new homes. We have two handsome boys and one beautiful girl!

As we want to reduce the amount of time these pups have to stay in the kennel environment, any adopters should be ready to take a new puppy in to their home at the time of application – our adoption process allows a two week window, from first conversation to adoption.

This trio are all chonky for the age of 7.5 weeks, so any adopters will need to be happy with a large breed when full grown. They are likely to require an active family who are willing to provide puppy training and socialisation throughout their young age, as well as juvenile years. This will ensure they grow in to well balanced adult dogs and walk well on the lead, as they are likely to be strong.

Due to their age, they will require someone to be home most of the time to ensure their feeding routine and training is maintained.

The puppies will have their first vaccination prior to an adoption, and will need to return to the centre on the 22/12/23 for their 2nd compatible vaccination.

All puppies will remain un-neutered until they reach an appropriate age, which will require another return to the centre. Due to this, we are hoping for homes within a 1.5 hour travel distance, so that this can be carried here at CDCH. Any adopters who are located further than 1.5 hours, will need to arrange this procedure with their own vets, to which a neuter voucher can be provided towards the cost (this may not cover the full cost). We will require proof of this procedure as per our rehoming policy.

Any existing dogs will need proof of vaccination, and to be neutered if they are of the opposite sex.

The adoption fee for puppies less than 6 months of age is £600 – this is inclusive of all initial flea & worming treatments, health checks, a microchip, vaccinations, future neutering, one months free pet insurance, one weeks worth of food and a voucher to spend on essential items within our shop upon adoption.*

If you think you could provide the perfect home for one of these cuties, then register your interest by completing a perfect match form below:

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