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REF NO – D2020057

Name: Melia.

Age: 6 years old.

Breed: Cavalier King Charles.

Fostered in: South Wales

Health conditions: Melia has an untreated trauma to her one eye so is completely blind in this eye and it is due to be removed shortly, she also has a grade two heart murmur but doesn’t need medication at the moment.

Melia is a gentle girl who likes the quiet things in life. She is a very loving girl who is happy to snuggle up to you and would gladly stay there all day. Being an ex-breeding girl sudden movement scare her but once comfortable she loves to be loved and cuddled.

People: Melia has a waggy tail for everyone. She is Definitely a people monster; she loves to cuddle up to you and feel safe. She can be scared with sudden movements but feels safe as soon as you sit down and will run to you wagging her tail to sit with you.

Can live with children: Melia is fine with quiet gentle children that will let her share their lap and cuddle but would be scared with young loud children.

Can live with cats: Melia would be fine with any small animals or cats

Can live with other dogs: Melia is not confident around boisterous or jumpy dogs and will take herself out of the situation and lay in her crate. She likes quiet laid-back dogs that enjoy sniffing around quietly in the garden as much as she does. Melia will lay on her foster mum’s settee with her foster sisters for as long as she can she loves to sleep lol. She needs to be rehomed with another quiet older dog that can build her confidence to do things herself.

In the home: Melia loves to chill and sleep. She will lay on the settee all day long if left to and sometimes will have to be carried out the garden to go to toilet as she will hold it rather than disturb her sleep. She will go out the garden on her own now and again and just sniff the whole garden go to toilet then come back in.

Out and about: Melia walks well on the lead but can get scared by sudden movements or loud noises

Type of home: Melia needs a quiet home with a laid-back quiet doggy like herself, her new home must be prepared to shower her with love, kisses and cuddles. Another dog is essential as she will grow and learn from another dog.

Melia is fully vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. She is currently awaiting neutering.

Potential adopters will be expected to travel to South Wales to meet her.

Due to Covid19 lock down restrictions, we are only accepting local re homing applications.

I come with five weeks free Agria Pet Insurance