Spaniels that have found their new forever homes during this month
Charlie is an 11 year old black working type Cocker. He is living with 3 other dogs - a male black Labrador and 2 small female dogs and the home is stressful as the Labrador and Charlie don't get on with one another. Charlie shows no aggression to other dogs outside the home. Charlie is very loving and he is good with children. He likes to play with his ball. He is also used to cats. Charlie was rescued at one year old by Battersea. He had a very bad start in life and has scars around his nose and front legs that can be seen under his fur. He pulls on the lead but walks OK on a harness. He can suffer with selective deafness when off lead. He travels well but does bark with excitement initially. He can be left for a short period but at present he has other dogs for company.
Rosie is a 10 year old black working type cocker spaniel. Her owner is finding it very difficult to give her the attention that she needs as his partner is now in hospital and he doesn't like leaving Rosie home alone so long. Rosie grew up with children. She is good with other dogs and has lived with a cat. She will still chase cats that come into her garden. She is good when on-lead and excellent when off-lead. She is mainly walked off-lead. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods. She has recently been treated for a limp. Rosie is a very active dog who likes to jump to catch a ball!
Since coming to CAESSR Rosie has had a cruciate repair operation and is recovering well in a Foster Home.
Buddy is a 7 month old golden show type cocker. His owner is not well and she also needs to look after her elderly Mum. Buddy cries and whines when left home alone when his owner goes to visit her Mum. He needs to learn that his owner will return. He may benefit from being homed with another dog for company. Buddy loves to play with the owner's grandchildren. He pulls a bit on the lead. His recall training has been started. He travels well in the car.