Eric, Ernie, Emily and Ellen

About This Project

Eric, Ernie, Emily and Erin

Age: 12 weeks

Breed: Labrador x Golden Retriever

Donation: £500

  • Can live with children
  • Happy to live with other (neutered) dogs
  • Not cat tested


The puppies arrived in our care when their breeder was not able to sell them. They were not living in an ideal set up and were very dirty when they arrived, but fortunately they seem unphased and are happy, bouncy puppies.


The puppies are lively, bouncy and just full of beans. The puppies are very happy around people and other dogs and are all in foster care in busy family homes with other dogs and children around.

Type of home

These puppies will need committed homes with people who have lots of time to dedicate to their training and socialisation, which must include attending puppy classes. We expect they will be active and energetic adult dogs and so homes to match this are essential. Puppies need a huge amount of time (and energy) so adoptive families must be 100% prepared for this.


The pups were taken straight to the vets when they arrived and no health issues have been identified. They are Microchipped and have had their first vaccinations, but their adopters will need to bring them back to Axe Valley for final vaccinations.


The puppies are in foster care in Bristol and Bridgewater (four different foster homes) and applicants will need to travel here to meet them. We are planning for the puppies to go to their new homes on the weekend of the 9th/10th March so applicants should be ready to move through the process swiftly (home checks, vet references where applicable, meet and greets and paperwork). Please ensure you have read through the adopting information and are in a position to pass a home and vet reference check (the latter where applicable).


Please note that we are not accepting applications for specific puppies as the match should be based on personalities and individual needs, as opposed to colour and they cannot be rehomed together due to the risk of littermate syndrome.