REHOMED – Kizzy – 6-year old Cavalier

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Name: Kizzy

Age: 6 years old

Breed: Cavalier King Charles

Can I live with Children: Yes, gentle ones

Can I live with cats: Yes

Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must 

Fostered In: RCT, South Wales

Kizzy is a 6-year old Cavalier King Charles who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. Kizzy is a laid back, loving and very placid girl. She loves nothing more than laying on the sofa or bed with you and sleeping the day away. She is a big foodie and will eat just about anything. She’s gentle and will sit staring at you to get your attention for a hug.

People – She loves humans very much the more love and hugs you give her the better.  She is not fazed by children at all and will lay on and enjoy being loved and stroked by them but due to her age small children may be to much as she does just like the quiet life

Dogs –   Kizzy is fine with all sorts of dogs and  has fitted in, in my house with my dogs of similar age and breed very well, She does not play so a playful boisterous dog would not suit her

Cats – Cat tested and rabbit tested and shows no interest at all.

In the home – Kizzy is fully house trained with no accidents at all in her foster home. Adopters will have to be understanding if her housetraining does slip initially in her new home. She sleeps on her foster mum’s bed likes to be by your head close to you. She’s fine being left for a few hours and is not destructive in anyway.

Out and about –  Kizzy likes short walks and walks very well on the lead     

Type of home – Kizzy needs a home that’s going to allow her on the sofas and beds and be close to her human as she craves this. She must be rehomed with a dog similar age and personality to her that will be there as company but not expect her play run around or to be their best friend as her human is more important to her. Gentle older children that will allow her on the bed for a hug and love her is a must as think small loud children may be too much she can jump now and again if scared. 

Kizzy is due to be neutered in the next few weeks, She is 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 RCT, South Wales

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