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POTENTIAL ADOPTERS MUST BE PREPARED TO TRAVEL TO MEET LOTTIE
TO BE ADOPTED ON A NEUTERING AGREEMENT
NEEDS A RESIDENT DOG FOR COMPANY AND CONFIDENCE
OLDER DOG SAVVY CHILDREN
NOT CAT OR SMALL FURRY TESTED
PATIENT OWNERS WHO WILL HELP HER ADJUST TO THE BIG WIDE WORLD.
Lottie is a 6 year old King Charles Cavalier described by her foster mum as a timid, sensitive, little girl with the sweetest nature. She is an absolute love with a beautiful face. She can be a little skittish and at times very nervous, especially if there are fast hand movements.
When Lottie first arrived, she cowered away from any human interaction but she is slowly growing in confidence and is starting to come out of her shell. She used to spend a lot of time sitting under the kitchen table or a chair, but has gradually relaxed and has now found the courage to climb on the sofa and cuddle up to foster mum.
Lottie was overweight when she arrived in foster but her foster mum has worked on her diet and her new family will need to continue with that in order for Lottie to reach a healthier weight.
Lottie is now happy to be around her foster family but her new family will need to give her time to settle and adjust to her new surroundings in her own time but once she has settled, she will allow you to smooth her and give her very gentle cuddles and will happily take a treat out of your hand.
She could live with older dog savvy children as the noise and movement of young children would be too much for her.
Lottie is not cat or small furry tested
Lottie is house trained and will take herself off to the garden but will need to be shown the way until she is happy.
Lottie does not like to be crated and will cry so she sleeps on a dog bed next to foster mum’s bed. She doesn’t climb in with the humans. Though she has had the odd wander around the room at night, though when called back she does get straight back on her bed. She does snore louder than foster mum according to foster dad.
Lottie has been left for a few hours and has been fine, though she has started to get excited when foster mum returns and will wag her tail, turn around and circles and sometimes jump like a kangaroo, showing she just wants someone to pay attention and give her lots of love. Something this beautiful dog deserves.
Lottie is yet to go outside but harness training has begun in the garden. Her harness has been put on but she is not keen to move and will just sit down. All this will come in time and especially if there are nice treats aa a reward. Foster mum keeps telling her that there is a big wide world out there ready for exploring exciting new things. Her new family will have to be very patient with her and work on this.
Lottie has had free reign of the garden at her foster home. She likes to have a little potter, sniffing and exploring and find a sunspot to lie in.
Lottie is a work in progress and will need another resident dog in the home and an understanding family who will give her the time she needs to learn and trust. Once she does, she will provide them with lots of love She would also like someone to be home most of the day or at least part of the time.
1st vaccs, microchipped and up to date flea and wormer
Fostered in Newport
Comes with 5 weeks free Agria pet insurance