Skye, female Labrador cross, 4 years old in foster in County Durham.

Skye needs a new home.

It is as hard for this family as they adopted Skye as a puppy nearly 4 years ago but their daughter has developed severe allergies and asthma attacks and health professionals have recommended that they need to rehome her.

She has been separated from the children for months now and she is really not happy about that as she wants to be out and about in the house and she wants to be with the children

Skye is a Labrador cross and she is nearly 4 years old and is currently in County Durham

She is very playful, she is very careful if she doesn’t know the person but if she gets to know someone she won’t leave their side. She has no food aggression and the children can feed her and play with her food and snacks and she will wait patiently to get it.

She is well trained follows commands and is house trained. She is good and playful with other dogs but has never been around cats. She doesn’t like crates and panics if put in a small space.

She walks nicely on lead but she doesn’t have a recall outside .She has mostly been let out in closed off fields or on a long leads. She is ok staying by herself for up to 6 hours without any mess if she has been on a morning walk. She loves kids and has no health issues.

She needs a home where she can be free to move around and go to fields as that’s what she loves the most. She loves running about and is used to children and family life but she need lots of love. So has no separation anxiety and she sleeps through the night.

She is neutered and micro chipped and has no health issues.

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