Sidmouth labradoodle produces litter of 11
Florence produces first litter of pointerdoodles after close encounter with Flint
FLORENCE the labradoodle has been a naughty girl.
After a close encounter with Flint, the German short-haired pointer, the 20-month-old pet from Sidmouth has produced her first litter - 11 pointerdoodles.
“She caught his eye when she went out for a stroll,” said owner Richard Heard from Fortescue.
“The first I knew was when I got a call from someone in The Byes saying she was with another dog.”
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The pups, who all look like their father, were born eight weeks ago next Tuesday.
“They just kept coming, it was never-ending,” said Richard, 36, an art technician at Colyton Grammar School.
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He is keeping the largest puppy of the group, nicknamed Fatso, and his son, Ernie, seven, is having Runty, the smallest.
The rest will be sold.
“I have advertised them for �350 and have sold three, which leaves six to sell,” said Richard, who in the meantime is getting through 12 tins of dog food a day.
*If you are interested in buying one of the puppies, contact Richard on (01395) 514829.