We have an ever changing number of Spaniels in our care. Those published below are only a selection of those looking for their “forever” home. The old and young, alike, are not immune from searching for that special someone to look after them.
Horlicks is just 13 years old and is a lemon & white Springer X Cocker. He is about the size of an average Springer. His family has to move to new accommodation where they cannot keep a dog. Horlicks is a very fit dog. He just has a fatty lump on his tummy and a little wort under his eye that are not worth removing at his age. Horlicks is excellent on and off the lead. He is used to children, other dogs and cats. He is used to sleeping outside in a kennel so will need to be house trained. He travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Cooper is an 18 month old Liver and White Springer. His owner is unable to give him the time and attention that he deserves due to work commitments. We are looking for a special home for Cooper as he has detached retinas and he has very little sight. He has been referred to an eye specialist and nothing can be done. He hasn't lived with children, but has been looked after by a friend with two children and he was fine with them. He has no cat experience. He is good with other dogs and is a little submissive to them. He has been to doggy day care and enjoyed it. He needs to be homed with another dog. Cooper pulls a bit on the lead, but has excellent recall. He travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Ruby is a 2.5 year old Liver and White Springer. Her owner is changing jobs and will be away from home for long periods. Ruby needs to have a lot more human company. She has a slightly nervous personality and can be a little worried if meeting very young children. She is good with other dogs, but has no cat experience. She is quite good on and off the lead. Ruby travels well in the car and can be left just for a couple of hours.
Daisy is a 2.5 year old Golden working type Cocker. She was given to her owners as a gift. However, she is too full of energy. She needs someone who can give her more time and exercise. Daisy can be food aggressive and needs removing from the room when her owners are eating and she will growl if you go near her food bowl. She is good with visiting Springers and will play with the cat that she lives with. She is OK with older teen aged children. She pulls quite a lot on the lead and her recall needs work. She travels well in the car and can be left just for short periods.
Maisy is almost 6 years old and is a Golden show type Cocker. Her owner has 4 dogs of which 3 are females and Maisy is fighting with the other two females. She needs a new home where she will be the only dog receiving all the fuss and attention. She is OK when meeting other female dogs when outside the home. Maisy also has very bad food aggression and will steal food from plates on the table. She is looking for a home where there are no children. She is used to cats. She pulls on the lead and her recall needs work. She has been travel sick in the past. She is OK when left home alone, but is hardly ever left. She will not be coming to CAESSR until later in the month as she needs to have some teeth removed.
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.
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.
Maybel is an 8.5 year old Black show type Cocker. She needs a new home where she will be the only pet as she is jealous of the other female cocker that she lives with and she is also jealous of any fuss the two cats receive. She does not tolerate the house cats and is attacking the other female Cocker. All Maybel wants to do is to sit on your knee and be with you. She is not used to children. She is friendly with other dogs outside the home and is really good on the lead. Her recall has not been trained. She travels well in the car on the back seat wearing a safety harness. Maybel has separation anxiety and doesn't like being left home alone and can be destructive.