We have an ever changing number of Spaniels in our care. Those published below are only a selection of those looking for their “forever” home. The old and young, alike, are not immune from searching for that special someone to look after them.
Casper is a 6 year old Liver and White Springer. He has come to CAESSR via the RSPCA from a home where the family were moving into rented accommodation and couldn't keep a dog. Casper is brilliant with people and is a very loving dog. He has lived OK with a child with learning disabilities. He has no cat experience, but has lived happily with a Jack Russell terrier. Casper has not been walked for over 3 years, but was left to roam the garden. This has caused him to have a problem when meeting other dogs when outside the home. He needs gradually to be socialised again with other dogs so he is looking for experienced owners who are willing to work with him. Casper loves to play ball and is good at the vets and when being groomed. He travels well in the car. He is used to constant company as the owner's disabled Mum lived with them. We now feel that Casper may be better to be given an outside life. He is happy at our kennels. In a home, he jumped on a sofa and growled at his new owner. This happened a couple of times. The couple have grandchildren visiting so returened him to CAESSR.
Ozzie will be 2 years old in October and is a Black working type Cocker. He is a very energetic dog and due to a new addition to the family the owners cannot give him the exercise and attention that he needs. He is very good with the children. He is good with other dogs, but he has not lived with a cat. Ozzie's problem is car sickness. He is OK on short trips. His vet thinks that he will eventually grow out of the problem. Being left in kennels doesn't phase him if the family need to go on a long journey. He is quite good both on and off the lead. He can be left home alone for short periods.
Poppy is almost 2 years old and is a black and White Springer. She needs a new home due to a change in family circumstances. She is greatly loved, but is suffering from the changes in the family home. She is a little wary of strangers - especially men with beards and will bark or hide. Poppy is used to children and good with other dogs, but has not lived with a cat. She walks well on a figure of eight lead. Her recall is quite good especially if you have a ball. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.