Ipsee - Lab Whippet Mix For Adoption Murfreesboro TN 2

REHOMED – Lab / Whippet Mix Puppy, 9 MOS, Murfreesboro TN


Ipsee - Lab Whippet Mix For Adoption Murfreesboro TN 2Ipsee has been adopted. We had so many wonderful adoption offers for this loveable Lab mix. The owner made her decision, and Ipsee is now in the loving care of her new family.

It took 3 weeks to find the perfect home for Ipsee.

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Here is how our pet rehoming team presented Ipsee to attract her new family:

Hi, My name is Ipsee!

Ipsee - Lab Whippet Mix For Adoption Murfreesboro TN 2

Ipsee is a sweet and beautiful 7 month old mixed breed puppy. He is a cuddly little 30 pound bundle of love. Ipsee is a nice mix of Labrador Retriever  and Whippet. He has a gleaming smooth chocolate colored coat.

Ipsee has been neutered, is up to date on shots and microchipped. He is very well trained and already knows quite a few commands. He is house broken, crate trained and obedience trained.

Ipsee is great with other dogs, and gets along well with children.

His owners love him to bits, but due to an upcoming long distance move, they must find a good home for Ipsee in the area. He will be rehomed with all supplies.

He is looking for a loving home with a securely fenced yard, and owners with lots of time to give him the love, attention, cuddles and playtime he needs and very much deserves.

Please offer Ipsee a loving home today.


Location: Murfreesboro, TN, 37130 (Near Nashville)
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed: Lab and whippet mix
Age: Seven months
Color/Coat Type: Chocolate/short coat
Size: 30 pounds
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: No

Ipsee is:
Neutered, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, Crate Trained, House Broken, Obedience Trained

Ipsee gets along with:
Small Children, Older Children, Adults Only, Dogs, Strangers


Ipsee is the ultimate lap dog. There is nothing he loves more than to cuddle, and will drop everything he is doing in order to be petted. Most evenings he falls deeply asleep sprawled on top of one of his humans on the couch. He will put up with almost any amount of manhandling as long as you are giving him affection.

Despite all that, Ipsee isn’t particularly needy. He likes attention and will follow us around the house sometimes, but is also good at entertaining himself with his chew toys as well. He’ll knock his ball around for himself to chase if you aren’t always available to throw it.

Ipsee loves to play fetch, which is a great way to tire him out more quickly than walks. He also loves being outdoors and going on hikes. However, as long as he gets enough exercise during the day, he’s pretty content to lounge around the apartment if you’re not a weekend warrior.

Though Ipsee requires work like all other puppies, he is well behaved for his age. He knows “sit,” “down,” “drop it,” “stay,” and “come.” He learns commands quickly and is eager to please. Mercifully, he hardly ever barks, unless there is a particularly threatening robin outside the window.

Ipsee is mostly crate trained. We’ve only been working on it for a month, but he’ll stay in the crate without whining or barking. He sleeps the whole night in his crate, and he stays there whenever he is at the apartment by himself. He does need a good bit of running around after he’s been in the crate for an extended period of time, but he is a puppy after all.

Ipsee usually plays great with other dogs, but can be a bit timid or overwhelmed at first if there are lots of dogs that are bigger than him at the dog park. He usually adjusts after a few minutes with some encouragement. Ipsee sometimes does not know his own strength with smaller dogs, so he might need some extra watching at first when he plays with a new friend.

Food and Diet

Ipsee is currently on Other

He has one cup of Pedigree Puppy at 8 am and another at 5 pm. It should be noted that if you’re going to feed Ipsee a new food, you have to introduce it to him in increments over the course of a week, otherwise he gets major digestive issues.

Reason For Rehoming

My boyfriend and I adopted Ipsee a month ago, and he’s just received an unexpected notice that he is going to be transferred for work. I live in an apartment and can’t take care of a puppy by myself, as I am gone over 10 hours a day for my job.