Spaniels that have found their new forever homes during this month
Maisie is a 7 year old black cocker spaniel who is part show type and part working type. She needs a new home where she will be the only dog. She is not getting along well with the other dog in the home. She is used to children but has no cat experience. She is quite good on the lead and her recall is good. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Molly is a 12 month old Chocolate working type Cocker. She needs more exercise than her owners can give and she is a little tinker for chewing things. However, Molly is a gentle soul, who just wants to love you. She has a brilliant temperament and she is good with children and with other dogs. She has not lived with a cat. She pulls on the lead and has only recently been let off the lead on the beach and her recall was good. However, this will need more training. She travels well in the car once she has settled and can be left just for brief periods, but she will find something to chew.
Andy is almost 3 years old and is a Liver and White Springer X Cocker. One of his owners is terminally ill and his family cannot now give him the life that he deserves. Andy has a slightly nervous personality. He is used to children and is good with other dogs. He has no cat experience. He tends to pull on the lead and if off lead will return eventually! He travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Cora is a 5 year old black show type cocker. She needs a new home due to a change in circumstances. Cora is being left very long hours along with the two other cockers that she lives with. She was originally rescued in Spain. Cora hasn't had contact with children and has no experience with cats. She is good with other dogs and she is quite independent. She is a little wary when first meeting new people but soon comes to you for a fuss. She is good on the lead but her recall needs training. She loves to play fetch. She travels well in the car. She is ok when left home alone but had the other cockers for company.
Tesla is an 18 month old Liver and White Springer with a docked tail. He needs a new home due to a change in family circumstances. Tesla has been living with an older Springer. However, his problem is food aggression and Tesla is fed outside in the garden while the other dog had his meal in the house. He has no cat experience. He is an affectionate dog, who would be OK with older teen aged children. He is quite good on the lead, but his recall needs more work. Tesla travels well in the car, but can be a bit destructive if left home alone.
Blue is a 4.5 year old Liver and White Springer. He needs a new home due to a change in family circumstances. Blue can be quite an anxious dog when meeting new people, but he loves children. He is good with other dogs and has lived with another dog. He is also used to cats. He pulls initially on the lead with excitement. His recall is very good. He hasn't travelled much in the car and can only be left for short periods.
Jak is just 2 years old and is a black and White Springer. He is a tall dog with long legs and is too powerful on the lead for the lady of the house to manage. There has been a change of circumstances in the home with extra work hours and a health issue. Jak has good recall and is getting his exercise by being taken to where he can run off-lead. Jak is good with visiting grandchildren. He can be wary initially of strangers and doesn't like them patting his head - he jumps away. He needs to trust a person before receiving fuss. He is a lovely boy, who is good with other dogs. He has no cat experience. He travels well in the car and can be left home alone just for short periods.
Watson is a 6 year old Black and White Springer. He needs a new home as he scared of the toddler that he lives with and growls at him. Watson would be fine homed with older children. He is good with other dogs and can be a bit too enthusiastic when meeting other dogs on walks. He lives with a female dog and is good when walked by the dog walker. He is used to cats and chickens. He pulls initially on the lead. He loves being off-lead and will return to a whistle and he loves water. He travels well in the car and can be left for short periods, but at present has the other dog for company.