Murphy 9 month old male Labrador

Murphy is a 9 month old male Labrador who is looking for his forever home. Murphy is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Murphy is fully house-trained and crate trained. Murphy has lived with children. Murphy reacts well to most other dogs, but can be wary around some. This dog is now reserved, click details for updates.

Murphy's Assessment

● Murphy is vaccinated and micro-chipped but is not yet neutered
● Murphy has no known health issues
● Murphy is crate trained sleeping downstairs overnight.
● Murphy has lived with children from age 8 to 11 years
● Murphy is calm when left home alone
● Murphy is pleased to see you when you arrive home
● Murphy will sometimes follow you when you go to another room
● Murphy is a lovely 9-month-old pup. He doesn't jump up on the counters or ask for food. He is very friendly and able to switch off and relax
● Murphy will go to the front door to greet people but doesn't jump up or bark
● Murphy will sit and wait until he is told that he can have the food
● Murphy has been waiting Ava Junior Large Breed dog food
● Murphy is fully house-trained
● Murphy has had some puppy classes in the past but no other formal obedience training
● Murphy knows the commands 'sit', 'stay', 'come here, 'leave it' and 'paw'.
● Murphy will sometimes pull on the lead on walks
● Murphy has been used to walking twice daily
● Murphy reacts well to most dogs. Some he seems wary of but never barks
● Murphy has been lovely around the children he has lived with
● Murphy has never lived with other animals
● Murphy is a wonderful dog who would make a great addition to any home
● Murphy has never injured another animal or person

●This dog is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire

Application Status: Homechecks in Progress

Applications are in progress for this dog.

Some applicants may be in the final stages with their application and their homecheck being reviewed by our volunteers.

You can still apply for this dog until the dog is marked as reserved.

Once the homecheck has been completed, applicants will need to wait to hear if they are successful in adopting the dog.

The most suitable home for the dog will be selected and the successful applicant will be given the option to reserve the dog.

The dog will then become unavailable for adoption to other members of the public and will be marked as reserved.

In the event the dog is reserved by someone further along in the process, you may wish to select an alternative dog that is waiting for a home. You will not need to repeat your application if a homecheck has been completed, you can email to advise you which dog you would like to reserve.

During the pandemic, we are much busier than usual and as we are run by volunteers we are unfortunately unable to respond to everyone individually about the status of their application.

Please rest assured your application is appreciated and we recommend checking the status information for updates on the dog you wish to adopt until you are either contacted and given details of the next steps or the dog is reserved.

Occasionally dogs may become available again and the status bar will change to reflect this.

Thank you for your interest in this dog and for your patience and understanding in these difficult times.