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Todd, lab x husky good with children and cats

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Contact/organisation details: West Wales Dog Rescue
Does the animal have rescue back up?: yes
Location: West Wales
Number of groups: 1

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Group:
Number of animals: 1
Type/Breed/Variety: Lab x Husky
Sex: M
Age(s): 2 years
Name(s): Todd
Colours: Black with white blaze

Neutered: yes
De-flea'ed: yes
Wormed: yes
Vaccinated: yes

Reason for rehoming: change in circumstances
Temperament: friendly
Medical problems: none known
Neutering - Where applicable, animals should be neutered unless for medical reasons. Can this be guaranteed?: yes

Will the group be split (if applicable):
Has the animal been assessed?: yes
Transport available: possibly - will need contribution towards fuel cost


Other:

Todd is a 2 year old male Husky cross Labrador, he is lovely natured and will make an excellent family pet as he love children of all ages from babies upwards.

He likes to play with cats and chickens but can get a bit excited, he is great with other dogs too.

He was very well behaved in the van.

He just needs to be around people as he has been left out side and he really wants to be inside with his family.

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