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.
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Stanley is a 20 month old liver & white Springer x Cocker Spaniel. Stanley is a very busy exuberant dog who is in need of lots of stimulation. His owner can't cope. His owner also has a small elderly female cocker spaniel and she is having to keep the two dogs apart as she was hurt when Stanley was being too rough with the elderly cocker. Stanley also seems to prefer visiting men folk. He has interacted with children but doesn't seem very interested in them. He is fine with other dogs outside the home. He has no cat experience. He pulls on the lead but his owners have been working on this. His recall is excellent. Stanley has tried flyball but doesn't know how to calm down afterwards. He travels OK but us excited at first. He can be left for short periods. He is behaving very well with everyone at our kennels.
Chester is a 5 1/2 year old golden cocker spaniel. His owners have a baby son who is now mobile and they are worried as Chester has barked at the baby. Chester has also been aggressive towards other dogs outside the home on two occasions in battles over toys. Chester is lovely with people. He has no experience of living with a cat. He pulls a bit on the lead and is recall is generally very good. He travels well in the car and is good when left home alone for an hour or two.
Tim is a 10 year old English Springer Spaniel who is liver and white. He is a retired gun-dog looking for an active life as a family pet. Tim is a friendly boy who is used to sleeping in an outside kennel, however, he is house trained. He is good with other dogs. He hasn't been around children. He will chase cats. He knows how to walk to heel but will pull on the lead if allowed. His recall is generally excellent. He doesn't go too far and is working whistle trained. He travels well in the car. He is not used to being left completely alone as he was kennelled with another dog. In the home he can behave like a puppy, and he can be possessive with toys. Tim is a very fit dog who will need lots of stimulation and activity. We think that Tim would be best as an only dog and to be a companion for a gentleman who lives alone.