Benjamin - 6 Years Old, Male, Labrador

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Group: Gundog Group
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 6 years 1 month 2 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 15 January 2020
Modified on: 17 January 2020
Location: Wellington, Somerset

Advert Details

Benjamin was rescued in Cyprus and is currently living in Wellington. Through no fault of his own he needs to find a new forever home. Here is a little about him:
Ben is the funniest dog and loves to lie on his back so that his jowls flop over his face. He is calm and placid, will be your shadow but is great to be left alone. Ben is cuddly and is a perfect lap dog (despite his size he finds a way). He likes to sleep in your bed with you - until you move, then he goes by choice to his own bed and if you like to sleep in late he will sleep with you!

He LOVES off the lead walks and smells. Being a Labrador, he especially loves water. His favourite things are swimming and sunbathing.

Learning new tricks is not Ben’s strongest point, so he can’t give his paw, but he sits very nicely and will give you lots of wags to say please!

Ben is simply a goofy lump of a Labrador. He loves his food and may snatch when offered a treat.

Ben loves other dogs and has spent an awful lot of time around them. He does get excited and barks when he sees one and can’t get to it i.e. when he’s on a lead, it is frustration as he is eager to meet and have fun.

Ben adores people but hasn’t spent an awful lot of time around children as there are none in his current home, but when he has met them he has been as good as gold.

He will chase cats and other small furries but that is most likely due to lack of exposure as there are no other pets in his current home.
Ben is housetrained and sleeps well through the night. He likes his crate to sleep in with an open door. He has never had to be left in a crate as he is good when left alone.

Ben is hoping for a home where he can enjoy long walks off the lead, where he is allowed to play in rivers and to get his paws muddy! and a person who loves the affection Ben wants to give.

Ben has never mastered giving the paw and his recall could be perfected (it’s pretty good now but he just loves to go and see other dogs!)

If you can give him a chance of a loving home with a safe and secure garden to play in, please contact us.
He has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
Minimum adoption donation of £300 applies.
Post adoption support is available from our charity.
D.O.G. Rescue Cyprus must be informed at any time of a change in circumstances and our dog returned to one of our volunteers where required. Benjamin must never be handed over to any UK Rescue or sold or adopted on without our knowledge. We always accept the return of our dogs and will endeavour to rehome them accordingly.

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