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.
Ambie is a 3 year old black & white show type cocker. He is a small dog with large paws! His owners have only had him for a couple of months but he is constantly jumping on the furniture and as they have a young child and a baby they are worried about them getting hurt. He is good with older children. He seems to be good with other dogs outside the home but needs to be the only dog in the home with no visiting family dogs as he has quite a dominant personality. We don't know whether he is used to cats as he was adopted from a dogs home so we have no history. He is quite good on the lead and his recall is reasonable. He winges a bit when travelling but can be left home alone for short periods.
Milo is almost 5 years old and is a golden cocker who is part show type and part working type. His owners are foster carers and are now looking after babies who need the floor space for crawling. Milo is being looked after by the owners' parents but they can't keep him long term. Milo is good with children but boisterous. He is used to other dogs and has lived with a cat. He can be a little possessive with his own toys. He is good on the lead and fine off-lead and won't loose you. He travels well in the car in a travel crate. He can howl sometimes if left home alone too long.
Jenson is a 17 month old Black and White Springer. He needs a new home as one of his owner's is poorly. Jenson is a very excitable young dog who can jump extremely high. He is great with children and not bad with other dogs. He seems to prefer ladies to menfolk and is good with the kennel staff. He really dislikes cats and he dislikes noisy vehicles. Jenson loves his walks but pulls on the lead. His recall is quite good. He loves his food and toys and close contact with people. He does have separation anxiety issues. He is quite good when travelling in the car. Jenson has an allergic reaction to some flea treatments.
Wey is a 7 year old black working type cocker with a white chest. His owner has had a bad accident and is unsure when he will be walking again so he cannot look after Wey in the manor he deserves. Wey is used to children. He has also lived with a cat. When off lead he is quite good unless he finds another dog who will play with him. He pulls on the lead initially and then calms down. He travels well in the car and can be left home alone for short periods.
Hunter is a 16 month old golden working type cocker. His owners can no longer manage to give him enough exercise and activity due to health problems. Hunter is a very friendly young dog who is very boisterous. He jumps up at people constantly for attention and barks at the couple if he wants to play. He is used to children and other dogs but has no cat experience. He is quite good on the lead but his owners have never let him off lead. His recall will need training. He can be left for very short periods but his owners are retired so he has had plenty of company. Also, they don't drive so he has no experience of travelling.
Jess is almost 7 years old and is a liver & white springer. She needs a new home due to a change in family circumstances which means that she is required to be home alone for long periods of time. Jess is looking for a quiet household and is used to being the only dog. She has quite a timid personality and doesn't like fireworks. She has lived with a cat in the past. She is used to older children and she is good when meeting other dogs when on walks. She pulls a bit with excitement when on the lead and likes to chase birds. She is very good when off lead. She travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.