Peanut has now been adopted.
ORIGINAL ADVERT: THREE SUPER PUPS READY FOR ADOPTION
Now that these beautiful puppies have recovered from their de-sexing operations, they are ready to go into fantastic homes.
Peanut and his sisters, Pickles and Princess, were born to a homeless black Labrador in April. Because her nose is just a little longer than normal, it’s possible their mother has a smidgen of Pointer in her genes.
Although their father is unknown, it is thought he may have been a Mastiff X English Staffy. Whatever the mixed breed gene pool, they are gorgeous looking pups who are expected to reach about Lab size.
Now 6-months-old, they are fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, registered, flea and worm treated and have just been de-sexed.
Peanut is tan with a white chest. He is between his sisters in the photo of them in their red winter coats. This lovely, soft natured, affectionate pup was the biggest in the litter of eight – he was so fat and round at birth that he was named Peanut. He remains the heaviest of them all at 20kg.
Princess is also tan and white with a cute streak of white running up her muzzle. She was and still is the smallest in the litter and due to her sweet disposition and her emotional sensitivity, she was named Princess.
Pickles is black and white and is a very busy, curious and bright little girl who shares all the puppies’ love of cuddles, walks, playful interaction and food.
These pups have been in loving care from the day of their birth and this is reflected in their friendly temperaments and their love of human attention. Of course they also enjoy playing with other dogs, have boisterous energy to burn and must have immediate group obedience training as a condition of their adoptions. This will assist with their lead walking and recall and ensure bonding and leadership is quickly established.
If you own a fully fenced and gated property, have a budget to give a pup professional training and life-long veterinary care and if you have time and energy to exercise the pup off your property every day; then I very much look forward to your application. These precious pups win the hearts of all who meet them – could their ideal home be with you?
NOTE: If you are able to help with the expense of raising this large litter, please click here to donate.