Bill and Ben, two black Labradors

Bill and Ben were featured in November 2011

Black Labradors, Bill and Ben, are seven year old brothers. They are fit, lively dogs who are looking for the right home together. They are not dominant, aggressive, possessive nor destructive, and they don’t pull on the lead. They are generally obedient dogs who generally come when called. They have no particular health issues, but they do need to have their ears kept clean.

They have not lived with children, and are known to chase cats. They will make a delightful addition to the right home. They are delightful chaps, but it’s been a challenge finding a home for them: rehoming one dog these days is difficult enough, and it’s even harder to find a home for two dogs.

To find out more, contact the Labrador Lifeline Trust at

The Labrador Lifeline Trust is a registered charity, set up in 1996 to rescue and re-home Labradors whose owners can’t keep them. The Trust is a Kennel Club Approved Breed Rescue and is a full member of the ADCH (Association of Dog & Cat Homes). (

What happened next?

Bill and Ben were eventually rehomed together to a lovely couple who own a farm in Norfolk.  They have both settled down extremely well and are getting plenty of exercise on this arable farm.  We thought it best rather than rehoming to a livestock farm just in case.

However, we need not have worried as they are both perfect gentleman when it comes to other animals.

The couple had seen the article in the Telegraph and were quite happy to make the journey down South to view the boys and it was love at first sight. Our helper said that they could not wait to get into the car and get going. A lovely ending for two smashing Labradors who found themselves in need of a
new home through no fault of their own.

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