Spaniels that have found their new forever homes during this month
Lottie is an 8 year old black and tan cocker spaniel. Her owner is a lone parent with a child with severe disabilities who needs to move to smaller accommodation with just a little garden. Lottie is used to children and is good around other dogs but she has not lived with a cat. She is still a lively dog who enjoys her walks. Her owner has never trained her recall. She travels well in the car but she does have separation anxiety issues. Lottie has been with CAESSR a while having treatment for bronchitis. She has had dental surgery and some teeth removed. She is a very friendly little dog.
Honey is a liver & white springer. Her owners have a daughter with autism who has meltdowns and throws things and it terrifies the dogs. Honey is good with other dogs but has no cat experience. She pulls on the lead and her recall is good but she doesn't seem to have had a great deal of exercise recently and she is a little overweight. Honey can be left home alone for a few hours but has always had another dog for company. She travels well in the car.
George is a 5 year old liver & white springer spaniel. He is a failed gun-dog who has been living in the home. He loves people and is OK with children. He is used to being around other dogs but he has no cat experience. George can be a little timid in new surroundings and he has a slight heart murmur. He pulls on the lead and is best walked using a harness. His recall is not good - he wants to chase. He travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Freya is a 3 year old liver & white springer who has come to CAESSR looking for a home as a pet as she is a failed gun dog. Freya is a friendly dog who is good around other dogs.