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CAN BE AN ONLY DOG
ACTIVE HOME WHO WILL SPEND TIME ON HIS TRAINING
OLDER DOG SAVVY CHILDREN
NOT CAT TESTED
Freddie is a large 17 month old King Charles Cavalier, the vet queried a possible spaniel mix. He is very friendly and boisterous and gets carried away when he sees his foster mum jumping up to greet her but as he is quite heavy, he does make an impact. His excitement is being worked on but this will take time. He is just a super happy boy. Freddie doesn’t realise his size and tries to copy the smaller dogs in his foster home which makes things interesting. He just wants to be loved and fussed and loves nothing more that cuddling in and snoozing. You will know when he’s finally asleep as he’s a snorer.
Freddie loves his food and eats like a good boy but does not like to share. He has no known health issues but as has been said he is 21 kgs and the vet has advised he needs to lose 5 kgs safely as soon as he can.
He is good with people and happy to meet them. He likes to jump up as we’ve said through excitement with his tail constantly wagging. He loves to be fussed by everyone and enjoys human company and to follow you around.
He is great with foster mums dog savvy 11 year old son but we would not recommend small children due to his excitement and size.
He has not been cat or small fury tested
Freddie is a good boy and toilets outside, he only once had an accident and that was on day one when he was still settling, love him. He is dry all night. He is currently sleeping upstairs in fosters mums’ room in a dog bed. He can take a little while to settle down but will then sleep all night. You know when he wants to go to bed as every time you move after a certain time he goes to the bottom of the stairs as if to say “bed time mum “.
Freddie loves being in the garden to feel the sun on his face and watch all the birds and butterflies. He travels well in the car with a seatbelt.
Freddie has not been out and about yet as his vaccinations were not up to date. He’s had his first vaccination now and has been told about trees and squirrels by his foster fur family and seems keen to want to go for a good sniff.
Freddie is going to need a patient but active home with dog confident children of 11 and over. His foster mum thinks he will be best as an only dog so he can have all the attention and training he needs. He has clearly been adored in his previous home by the size of his belly but we don’t think he went very far to turn that belly into muscle.
Had 1st Vaccination
Microchipped and up to date flea and wormer
Fostered in the Penarth area of South Wales
Freddie will come with 5 weeks free Agria pet insurance.