We have an ever changing number of Spaniels in our care. The old and young, alike, are not immune from searching for that special someone to look after them.
To view a dog you must first make an appointment through the Homing Team.
Honey is a 4 year old golden working type cocker spaniel. She needs a new home as her owners are moving into rented accommodation where they can't keep a dog. Honey was also being left home alone for long hours. She is used to children. She is OK with other dogs when out walking but is territorial if another dog comes into her home. She hasn't lived with a cat. Honey pulls on the lead and is best walked using a harness. She has good recall when off lead. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods. Honey can suffer with anxiety when meeting new people and won't come for a pat until she knows you.
Maggie Mae is a 16 month old liver & white springer x border collie. Her owners feel that she needs more walks and activities than they are able to give her. Shadows and reflections agitate her - she is given a toy or a ball to distract her. She always wants to please and is very quick to learn. Maggie Mae is used to the grandchildren and she is good with other dogs. She hasn't lived with a cat. She pulls a bit on the lead and her recall is good unless she is distracted by another dog or someone with a ball. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Buster is about 11 to 12 years old and is a liver & white springer spaniel. His owner has health problems and can no longer look after him. Buster is a retired police dog who is used to children. He is good around other dogs and cats. He still pulls a little on the lead but has excellent recall. He travels well in the car but he is used to travelling in a crate and he can be left home alone for short periods. Buster has had a health check since coming to CAESSR. He just needs some dental work that will be done prior to re-homing.
Charlie is an 8 year old liver & white springer. Her owner has health problems and can no longer look after her. She is a beautiful, loving dog who needs a new home that can provide the exercise and companionship that she needs and wants. She is used to other dogs and cats. She hasn't had much contact with children but is well behaved. She pulls on the lead and can be better on a harness and she loves a good run off lead. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Gordon is approximately 8-10 years old and is a chocolate working type cocker spaniel. He has come to CAESSR as he was found wandering and as he was not microchipped, he couldn't be returned to his owner. Gordon seems to be a friendly dog who is clean in his kennel. He is a fit dog apart from having dirty ears that are being treated. He is looking for a loving home. Gordon pulls a bit on the lead and will need to be taught to walk in a straight line.
Ollie is a 7 year old liver & white springer. He has lived in his home since a puppy. There are four children in the home and the youngest child is younger than Ollie. Recently, Ollie decided that he didn't want to come in from the garden and his owner grabbed his collar and was bitten on the hand. Ollie has never bitten before but because the family have a young child, they feel that he needs a new home. Ollie is quite submissive when meeting other dogs. He hasn't lived with a cat. He pulls on the lead. When off lead, his recall is good and he won't loose you. He travels well in the car and can be left home alone for short periods.
Coco is a 5 1/2 year old liver & white springer. His owner now has a back injury and is unable to give Coco the exercise that he needs. He is a beautiful boy with a lovely personality towards people. He is good with the owner's young nieces and nephews but hasn't lived with a cat. He pulls on the lead and is best walked using a harness. He has been off lead to run on the beach and returns when called. However, the owner says he shadow chases - he possibly watches the seagulls. The owner says he also shadow chases in the kitchen. He is a clever dog and can open doors. He can be left home alone for short periods and he travels well in the car.
Since coming to CAESSR we have found that Coco is fine with female dogs but can be aggressive towards some male dogs. The problem could be solved with training. He will need experienced owners.