I am looking for a home for my 7 year old Goldendoodle. He has a bitten a few people and we do not think we can give him the attention he deserves.
Do you currently own a dog? If not, have you owned dogs as an adult, with vet records in your own name (not parents' names)?
Our dogs name is Cooper. He is a 7 year old Goldendoodle. He is such a loving dog to our family but has a nervous energy about him out of the house. He has bitten 4 people while out on walks. He does a bite and retreat. We have tried so many things to stop this but have not been able to get him to break that behavior. He has always been fine around kids and other dogs when he is off leash.
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Hi Chris, I am sorry to hear about the issues you are having with Cooper.
Is this a new behavior? Have you had him checked out by a vet for any physiological causes, including a full thyroid panel?
Here is a link to our rehome policies. As mentioned, if you purchased Cooper from a reputable breeder, you may have a clause in your purchase contract which requires you to contact the breeder before rehoming the dog. Some better breeders will take the dog back.
Here is a link to our rehome form. Someone will contact you once you have submitted it. In honesty, it may take some time to find a new home for a 7 year old dog with a bite history, but we will do our best.
Thank you for choosing to rehome Cooper in a responsible manner.