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2 year old chocolate Labrador female

Dawlish, Devon

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1 week ago



  • Advert posted 1 week ago
  • Last updated 4 days ago
  • Breed Labrador Retriever
  • Current age 2 years
  • Ready to leave Now
  • Seller type Private seller
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We need to rehome our chocolate Labrador she’s female and 2 years of age on 16th of July. We are now expecting a baby and can’t give her the time she needs. She’s a lovely girl and is so sweet, this is no fault of hers and we are very sad we have to do this. She needs someone who can give her time and attention and love, we don’t want to see her go somewhere and not be treated right that’s why we are putting up a price for her, we have tried various places to regime her for free but they can’t help. She will come with all her things such as large crate and bedding and toys and bowls. Any questions please ask.


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Labrador Buying Checklist

We highly recommend every buyer reads through the below advice when purchasing or rehoming a Labrador Retriever.

  • View the animal in the place it was born and raised - check for genuine home envionments if buying privately, or the quality of the breeders set-up if applicable.
  • If viewing a puppy under 6 months, by law they MUST be seen with their mum.
  • Make sure the animal's old enough to be rehomed. 8 weeks should be the earliest a puppy can be rehomed.
  • By law, all dogs MUST be microchipped

Avoid Potential Scams

There are a number of red flags to look out for when purchasing a new puppy:

  • Seller demands a deposit without allowing you to see the dog first
  • Seller is reluctant to send you additional photos or videos
  • Seller offers to deliver the dog/puppy
  • Seller asks to meet in a mutual location
  • Seller uses fake or stolen photos from the internet. Always carry out a "Google image search".

View the full Labrador buyers checklist for more information, plus the buyers guide for more general advice on giving a puppy a new home.


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