This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.

Taff and Pepper (Starfish Dog Rescue, fostered Devon)

If you are thinking about adopting a pair of oldies, you may want to read our article Are Two Oldies better than One?

18/11/2018 Adorable Taff and Pepper have now found a lovely new home.
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How about double the love with two adorable Labrador boys who have come into the care of Starfish Dog Rescue due to a bereavement? They have been with their owner since puppies and are very bonded, so they must be rehomed together and, once you see the videos, you will understand how much they love each other.

Taff

Taff is the chocolate Lab and is 10 years old and his best buddy, Pepper, is the black Lab aged 7 years. They are being fostered with other dogs in a family with teenagers and visiting toddler in Devon. They are doing well with no problems. They both have lovely temperaments and are easy to live with, getting on with all the other dogs. They have met the grandchildren and they adore them. They have lived with a cat in the past and could possibly live with one again.

Pepper

Taff and Pepper travel well in the car and are fantastic off the lead. Once walked, they happy to lay around the house. The only drawback is their lead walking as they lived previously in the middle of a wood and never needed the lead – so they both pull. Haltis are being used which will give more control. Both these dogs are not bouncy Labs and have been very gentle with the children.

Taff and Pepper have been properly bred as they are stunning and in wonderful health, complete with their full medical history. They are both neutered. Taff had a dental and they are up-to-date with vaccinations, worm/flea treatment.

Please watch their videos here and here, plus others on their website.
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If you think you have the perfect home for these lovely boys, please complete complete the website Questionnaire, or as follows:

Email: starfishdogrescue@hotmail.co.uk

Please mention that you saw Taff and Pepper on the Oldies Club website.


Rehomed This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.