Reference No – D2020-040
Age: Cavalier King Charles
Breed: 2 years old
Fostered in: South Wales
Health issues: None known
PEGGY WILL NEED TO BE REHOMED WITH AT LEAST ONE RESIDENT DOG.
Peggy is a beautiful, sweet natured, gentle little girl who will be an asset to any home. Peggy loves walking and being outside.
People: Peggy is very shy initially but once comfortable will readily approach you with the waggliest of tails. Peggy is very food and treat orientated and will be your friend in no time if you have a tasty treat for her. In her own time, Peggy loves being touched and specially loves having her ears played with and being tickled under her chin. You can touch any part of her, and take things out of her mouth very easily. She will sit quietly when you groom her and is very good in the bath. Peggy cowers if you stroke the top of her head but now that she trusts her foster family she allows us to do it more and more.
Can live with children: Peggy was scared of sudden noises/movement when she first arrived. Peggy still gets startled occasionally and runs to her ‘safe place’ because of this Peggy will only be able to be rehomed with older mindful children who are prepared to help her settle into her new home
Can live with cats: Not tested.
Can live with other dogs: Peggy must be homed with another dog. She constantly looks to her foster brothers for reassurance and hunts them out if she can’t see them.
In the home: Peggy is 99% house trained. If the door is open, she will go outside every time, if it is not, she makes no signal that she needs to go out and toilets by the door. Peggy was crate trained before coming into rescue and sleeps in a crate in our bedroom. Peggy loves her toys and like nothing better than snuggling them. Peggy has an extremely healthy appetite and will eat all day long given the opportunity. Due to lockdown restrictions Peggy has only been left alone 3 or 4 times in her foster home with the other dogs for company.
Out and about: Peggy will not voluntarily jump into the car but is happy to be picked up and placed onto the back seat and sits quietly whilst we harness her in. Peggy loves going out on walks and is very energetic, she is good on a lead but does tend to pull to be with the other dogs. When meeting other dogs on a walk Peggy can get a little scared and hide behind Foster Mum. Peggy has exceptional recall, while off the lead she always checks her foster family are around before jumping into a stream to explore a little more.
Type of home: Peggy is looking for an active home with at least one resident dog. because of her love of “her “people we are looking for a home where someone is around all or part of the day.
Peggy is fully vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. She is currently awaiting neutering.
Due to Covid19 lock down restrictions, we are only accepting local re homing applications.
Potential adopters would be expected to travel to South Wales to meet her.
I come with five weeks free Agria Pet Insurance