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Age: 6 years old
Breed: Cavalier King Charles
Can I live with Children: Yes, sensible ones
Can I live with cats: Yes
Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must
Fostered In: South Wales
Daisy is a 6-year old Cavalier King Charles who is being fostered in South Wales. She is the sweetest dog she loves to be cuddled her favourite place to be is right at your side. Daisy sleeps in her crate at night but she has to be at the side of your bed or better still she just loves to snuggle down by your side in your bed. Daisy has a grade three heart murmur.
People – Daisy is very friendly with woman but a little weary of men she loves a cuddle and she does not mind being brushed , she is very good with children , now and again she is a little timed but that is only with men she does not get frightened of different noises and there is not an ounce of aggression in her . Daisy is fine with my grandchildren they are aged two and three but is supervised at all times . She is fine but tends to hide behind your legs but she will let them smooth her.
Dogs – Daisy loves other dogs at home and on walks she will always go say hello to them, she is very good around them. Daisy will benefit having another resident dog to teach her and to keep up with her training, and to cuddle to at night
Cats – Daisy is fine with my cat. Sometimes she will bark at him as she wants to play.
In the home – Daisy is very good in the house she goes out the back garden to do her toileting now and again she will have a little step back but not very often. Daisy sleeps in her crate at night right at the side of foster mum’s bed. She is not destructive at all. She has just started to play with toys. Daisy loves her food and loves her licky mat with a treat on it. She is not toy or food aggressive you can take it right out of her mouth. Daisy goes in the crate when she is left – it is a covered crate and she has been left for three hours.
Out and about – Daisy is brilliant on walks. She walks to heel at all times. She loves the car she gets in her bed and goes right to sleep. Daisy is fine with the vets she does not mind going at all
Type of home – Daisy will need to be in a home where they are there most of the day she will need to be with another dog to help her with her training daisy just wants to be loved and cuddled she is the sweetest dog they will ever meet . She just needs love and patience you give her love and she will give it right back by the bucket load .
Daisy is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales.