Age: 4 years
Breed: Westie cross Poodle
Fostered in: South Wales
Truffle is a lovely little dog. She took a few days to settle in and is a bit nervous of new people, once she gets to know you, she loves lots of cuddles. Truffle loves to give kisses; she is starting to play with her doggie brother and sisters. She likes to gather all the toys in her bed and at first didn’t want to share but is now fine with sharing. She loves her food and is an excellent little guard dog. She takes a little while to come around to new people she is a little nervous, but once she comes around she is very affectionate and loves a cuddle , she does seem too come around more quickly to women
Health Issues: Grade 2 heart murmur
Can live with Children: Not tested
Can Live with Cats: Not tested
Can Live with other dogs: She is fine with other dogs, she loves to cuddle with her foster brother. Truffle needs to be rehomed with at least one resident dog.
Truffle will need the company of another dog to teach her how to be a do and help her to become a more confident and social girl.
In the home: Truffle is toilet training during the day but does have the odd accident at night now. She sleeps mainly in a crate with door open but sometimes will sleep on foster mums bed , eating well , can be a little obsessed with toys but is getting better at sharing, Truffle is fine to be left for short periods of time and hasn’t been destructive.
Out and About: She is fine traveling in car but has only been on short journeys, she is fine in the vets and is getting better on the lead she will need ongoing training with walks.
Type of Home: I believe truffle needs a quiet home with one other dog to help her learn doggie things and someone to give her lots of kisses cuddles and loads of love and attention.
Truffle is Fully Vaccinated, Spayed and up to date with Flea and Worming Treatment.
Potential adopters will be expected to travel to South Wales to meet her.
Due to covid19 and the current lockdown across the country, we are unable to process applications and rehome any of our dogs until the crisis is over