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Miniature Labradoodle Dog For Adoption in WATERTOWN, CT, USA

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Date Listed: 02/18/2018
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Breed: Miniature Labradoodle
Gender: Male Male
Nickname:

Gus Guspacho

Age: Young
Availability Date: 02/18/2018
Location: WATERTOWN, CT, 06795
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Miniature Labradoodle Dog For Adoption in WATERTOWN, CT, USA

Sweet little male Labradoodle puppy. Neutered. Microchipped. A shots including Lyme. House broken, follows some simple commands (sit, down, paws). He is a puppy and requires energy and attention. He lives with children and does well, but he steals toys! He walks well on leash, loves hiking. He does not eat people food so he really is not a pain when you eat. His hair really is non shedding and comes clean with a simple brush. Must re-home this lovely pup. He is going to make a really excellent dog. $1500.00.

A.K.A. : Mini labradoodle
Breed Group: Companion
Weight (lbs): 25 to 40 lbs
Height (in): 13 to 20 inches
Colors: Mixed
Coat: Curly wavy medium haired coat with very little shedding
Country of Origin: USA
Life Expectancy: 10 to 13

More About Miniature Labradoodle Breed
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