Willow – 2 year old male Labrador

Willow is a 2 year old male Labrador. A very handsome and friendly chap is Willow. He is very happy and excited to meet you and he is the typical Labrador size and temperament. Willow needs an older family or no children as he is very bouncy – he’s a super dog and is desperate for attention. Poor Willow was chained to a little block work hut for shade and cover in a commercial tomato growing area of Spain. He was saved from getting run over by the lady who owns the greenhouses and she had no where to put him to keep him safe so he remained there.


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Willow is house trained. He leeps all night in the lounge in, a big padded bed. He is good with other dogs, but has not been cat tested. He is very friendly with people. Willow needs a good sized, secure garden to run and play in. He escaped from our garden as it has low fences, but he did not run away he stayed around outside the house.


Current location is in a foster home in Solihull, near Birmingham, West Midlands. Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, will be neutered before being re-homed, microchipped and has a Pet Passport.

Dogwatchuk West Midlands

Dogwatchuk West Midlands

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