10/10/17 – Phoebe has found a new home!
Lovely Phoebe finds herself in rescue with Freshfields Animal Rescue for the second time through no fault of her own. She was originally brought into rescue in 2011 because her former owner was unable to spend enough time with her. Sadly now her new owners have had a relationship breakdown and Phoebe is back hoping she will be third time lucky. Phoebe is a golden Labrador who is 12 years young.
Despite all she has gone through, Phoebe remains an optimistic, bouncy and friendly girl – a typical lab – and she greets everyone with a waggy tail. She is a well behaved lady who is good with other dogs and seems to have little interest in cats. She is an easygoing girl who can live with children over the age of 10. In short, she will make a great addition to any dog-loving home.
At the moment, Phoebe is quite overweight and is on a diet! Her new owner will need to be dedicated in helping her lose the excess poundage. She will be much happier and healthier when she achieves a healthy weight. Other than the weight issue, Phoebe appears to be in good health, although she does take joint supplements due to her weight and age.
If you can’t resist the soppy love of a lab, please consider bringing Phoebe into your life. You will not be sorry!
If you can adopt Phoebe, please contact Freshfields Animal Rescue as follows:
Tel: 0151 931 1604
Please mention that you saw Phoebe on the Oldies Club website.