Ruthie – 6 year old female Labrador

Ruthie is a typical soppy happy Labrador that loves attention and cuddles. She is fine with other dogs, loves all people and all food! The elderly lady owner is no longer well enough to manage 2 dogs and has made the heartbreaking decision to re home one, Ruthie. Ruthie is the younger one and needs the most time and exercise. She is used to travelling about in the car, does not live with children but is used to regular visits and outings with the lady’s grandchildren and is perfectly behaved with them. She is extremely friendly and food orientated. She does chase cats and rabbits though, so a home with no small furries would be best.


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She has one not great habit which is eating poo. This has been carefully managed but not cured. She comes when called straightaway in the house and garden but can be quite independent and is easily distracted when out off lead. She loves her toys and treats but is not possessive over them.

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