Lulu – 2 year old female Terrier cross Poodle

Lulu is a 2 year old female Terrier cross Poodle. He is a funny little girl who looks like she has been made of several breeds, our best guess is a Terrier cross Poodle. Her legs are too long to be Bichon leading us to our Poodle assumption. She arrived with us after serving her time in the pound having been dumped due to having a medical need we assume. She had two hernia’s in her groin and a small lump which has been removed not inexpensive surgery we admit but not enough to warrant her potentially loosing her life over. We have ensured that her surgeries have been completed and Lulu is recovering well in foster.

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Lulu will need new owners who are around for a good part of the day, she is an energetic girl who would suit an active home where she will be an inclusive member of the family. She loves to run and play and once fully healed will be back to her bouncing self. She does lack formal training so will benefit from owners who have the time and patience to continue her training.

Lulu could be re homed either as an only dog or with another similarly energetic and social dog who likes to play. Due to her breeding we suspect that Lulu would be best re homed without cats or small furries as the chase could potentially prove just too exciting for her. As we have a limited history for Lulu children 8+ who are used to dogs. She travels well in the car and is fine to be left for short periods. She has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatment. Her hernias have been repaired and will need no further treatment.

Lulu is currently being fostered in Watford London.

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