Jake

Details of dogs successfully re-homed.

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Jake

Postby Glenys » 30 Sep 2012 01:05 pm

Jake is a really nice choc Lad aged 12 months he is not too big has lived with children ok other dogs and ok cats.
Jake has been a much loved family pet given up due to change of ciircumstances of owner



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PLEASE NOTE: ONLY RING IN THE PERMITTED TIMES WE ARE VOLUNTEERS OUR PHONES ARE NOT OFFICE PHONES.

General Information please read

THE PHOTO OF ANY DOG IS FOR GUIDANCE ONLY , THE DOG MAY APPEAR BIGGER, SMALLER, THINNER OR FATTER,DARKER LIGHTER IN COLOUR THAN ON THE PHOTO PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION OF THE DOG AND DON’T RELY ON THE ACCURACY OF THE PHOTO. IF YOU ARE ON OUR LIST PLEASE NOTE THIS DOG IS NEEDING A HOME NOW IF YOU HAVE A HOLIDAY BOOKED PLEASE RING WHEN YOU ARE ABLE TO TAKE A DOG AND NOT BEFORE


Homing

Priority is always given to people on our waiting lists, a home check and / or vet reference is required prior to adoption ( applications to adopt acknowledged by email do not automatically place you on the list please bear with us while we do our checks) this gives the team a chance to get to know what experience you have had with the breed or in the case of a first time dog owners offer our help and advice, also If you have another dog we need to make sure the dog you intend to adopt will get on with the existing family dog we will ask you to bring your dog for socialisation on viewing / adoption day.


Financial

It is assumed that people adopting from us are able to afford veterinary treatment and we also urge people to take out pet insurance if you cannot afford Vet fees please do not apply to adopt.

Exercise

A typical young adult or any active Labrador will need regular exercise as a guide the very minimum one hours walking each day, if you are unable to commit to regular exercise in all weathers then a Labrador may not be for you.

All information about the Labrador breed is on this web site for your perusal and to help you decide if this is the dog for you.

Please bear in mind The rescue team are volunteers and may not be able to get back to you straight away so please leave a clear precise message with a landline number wherever possible PLEASE note due to the high volume of calls we receive please make sure you register with us first using our online form which can be found on the menu of our website.


Visits are by appointment only.
Appointments are strictly between 12 noon and 5 pm weekdays and 12 noon to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday Please also note:

The rescue is closed on Wednesdays. Only ring on Wednesday if an emergency

Contact Numbers please remember these are volunteers and may not always be available to take your call straight away please leave a message slowly and clearly please TO REQUEST a call back
If using a mobile phone you will need to call back when we ring you.


AS A GUIDE BETWEEN 9AM AND 7 PM UNLESS YOU CONSIDER YOUR CALL AS URGENT.

Rescue re homing Team who are VOLUNTEERS please remember this when ringing or requesting call back when we do call back you will need to offer to ring back if using a mobile phone.




Gina 07885336439

Carol 07896421148

Glenys 01257452500 or text for call back 07964528142
PLEASE ALSO NOTE I MAY BE SEEING TO DOGS IN KENELS OR HOMING SO MAY NOT BE READILY AVAILABLE AT CERTAIN TIMES
Christmas is looming so shopping too can I remind people they can get free money for rescue by using easy fundraising £487.25 was raised over the Christmas period last year just by the click of a mouse.

Labrador Rescue is a voluntary organisation please help us to help the dogs
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