Ollie – 10 month old Cavalier cross

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Name: Ollie

Age: 10 months old

Breed: Cavalier King Charles cross

Can I live with Children: Not tested

Can I live with cats: Not tested

Can I live with other dogs: Yes

Fostered In: Berkshire

Ollie is a 10-month old Cavalier King Charles cross who is being fostered in Berkshire. He is a loving little chap who loves nothing more than cuddling up with you on the sofa. He is young, curious and keen to explore. He has an undershot jaw but no known health issues.

People – Ollie can be shy initially and currently lives in an adult-only home with other dogs so is yet to meet any children. Once he knows you he loves attention and fuss.

Dogs –  Ollie lives with other dogs but doesn’t really interact with them. He would be happy as an only dog or with another dog for company.

Cats – Not cat tested

In the home – Ollie’s housetraining is a work in progress and he is currently still scent-marking. He isn’t destructive but hasn’t been left for very long yet. Any periods will have to be built up gradually so he gets used to being on his own. He is a nervous eater so does prefer a calmer environment while eating.

Out and about – Ollie is crated when travelling in the car. Initially he can be vocal but soon settles down. At the vets he was submissive and nervous but as his confidence grows, this should improve.

Type of home – Ollie hasn’t been tested around children yet so we feel he would be happy in a home with a few humans around. He adores human company and wouldn’t thrive being left for any length of time. He needs someone who is patient and wiling to spend time with him on training and socialisation as he is so desperate to learn. He would be happy living as an only dog or with another one for company.

Ollie is neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with his flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in his foster home in Berkshire.

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