Eden the female Labradoodle for sale
Meet Eden, our beautiful 2 years and 7 months old Labradoodle.
This lovely female, boasting a stunning black coat, is currently located in Kilflynn. Eden is a very loving and affectionate dog, with a protective temperament. She can be a bit nervous around unfamiliar people, but once she gets to know you, she's a real sweetheart.
Eden has a playful nature and can be a bit cheeky at times, which adds to her charm. She absolutely adores treats and is not fussy about food at all. Eden has been fully vaccinated and wormed. If you're looking for a loyal and loving companion, Eden could be the perfect addition to your family.
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