Dora – 2-3 year old female Labrador Cross

Dora is a 2-3 year old female Labrador Cross. She is looking for a forever home. She is neutered, chipped, and vaccinated. She is based in Devon.

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Dora is a wonderful dog and has brought her owners lots of happiness. She is incredibly clever, learns commands very quickly and LOVES to play!

Dora is such a playful and happy girl and has her owners laughing every day with her cheeky personality.

Dora travels well in the car, can be left at home alone and enjoys playing with other like-minded bouncy doggies!

Dora shows signs of fear-based aggression and can be reactive(barking) to humans. Visitors can be managed once she knows people well, and she eventually does form close bonds with others outside of her family.

Dora is cannot be homed with young children due to her reactivity and general bounciness. She is also very fearful of cats.

Dora has undergone behavioural training for guarding food and spaces and has shown improvement with this. Dora has excellent recall and always wants to be near her humans.

Dora loves being outside, playing fetch and running about. We are looking for a home with experienced dog owners who can manage fear reactivity.

Dora loves other dogs so would benefit from another confident canine friend. We would also prefer a calmer household in a rural/semi-rural environment for her.

Strays Without Borders
Strays Without Borders

For further details about adopting a dog from Strays Without Borders, please contact Hollie by emailing or by visiting their website at All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post-adoption support is offered.

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