Age: 2-years old
Breed: Cavalier King Charles
Can I live with Children: Older
Can I live with cats: No
Can I live with other dogs: Older calm ones
Fostered In: RCT, South Wales
Bella is a delightful 2-year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is being fostered in South Wales. She is very loving and loves a tummy tickle.
People – Bella loves being touched tickled and loved as much as possible and is happy around children, but can be unsure of young children that run around. If approached by them she will run to safety so she will not be rehomed with young children.
Dogs – Bella is unsure of other dogs. We feel she would be happy living with an older laid back dog or live as an only dog.
Cats – No cats, thank you
In the home – Bella is 100% house trained in her foster home and is not destructive in any way. She doesn’t know how to play with toys and is not interested. She’s a big foodie and loves to eat – she will think nothing of stealing food off her humans from their hands if she’s given the chance. Bella sleeps on the bed with her foster mum and loves to cuddle up to her humans. She will sleep all night unless she hears a noise and then she will make sure everyone is aware she heard it by barking. Bella has had the odd growl if she is eating and she feels threatened that it will be taken but she has not snapped. She is fine being left for a few hours and will sleep until your return then she will then make lots of excited noises of happiness. Bella is not crate trained.
Out and about – Bella walks well on a lead and enjoys being out and about exploring. She has been fine at all her vet visits. At the start of a journey in a car she will become worried and will not want to lay still, she will try to sit on your lap and will seem stressed but once reassured she will then settle and go to sleep.
Type of home – Bella needs a home where her humans treat her as part of the family. She loves to sleep on the human bed at night and enjoys cuddles. Bella is happiest when she’s getting lots of loving attention and will move around the family to see who’s giving the her most attention. Bella spends a lot of time with her foster mum’s 11-year old son on his bed cuddled up next to him and does seem to be drawn to children that will sit and give her attention. Bella could live with an easy going laid back, relaxed maybe older dog that will allow her to have her space as she really struggles with dogs invading her space.
Bella is neutered, 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 South Wales.