2 December 2018

Rehomed – William – 11-week old Cavalier cross – South Wales

By FOAW staff
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William is reserved and will be moving to his new home after Christmas

Name:  William

Age: 11 Weeks (on 13/12/2018)

Breed: Cavalier King Charles X

Can I live with Children?: Yes

Can I live with cats?: Yes

Can I live with other dogs?: Would prefer another dog, if no dog his family will need to be around all day

Fostered In: Rhondda,  South Wales


William is a 11-week old Cavalier King Charles cross puppy (on 13/12/2018. He is a typical boisterous pup who loves diving around and playing. He does this for a few hours before then cuddling up for a well earned rest to recharge his batteries before starting again

People – William loves to fuss and to cuddle on your lap after a few hours of play

Dogs – William would love to have another dog as a play friend, as he loves other dogs. He is a very playful pup. Any resident dogs in William’s new home must be neutered. If he was to be an only dog then he would need someone around all day

Cats – Not tested but should be fine

In the home – As with all puppies William will need all basic training to enable him to grow into a well rounded adult dog. He will need someone with him most of the time until he is old enough to be left. He is not housetrained and he show no interest in being housetrained so his home will need to be patient with him.

Out and about – William is too young to be out on walks yet.

Type of home – William would fit into a wide range of homes. As a pup he would need someone around most of the time to continue his training and socialising. He can live with sensible children but not too young as puppy teeth hurt if he nibbles you. He would like lots of chew toys and things to keep him active as he grows. A nice comfy sofa is a must. He can live with another dog or dogs but he would be too bouncy for old dogs

William is not neutered as he is too young. It is a condition of adoption that he will be neutered when old enough (a discount voucher will be provided) and follow up checks will be done. He will need a small hernia repaired at the same time. We also require all puppies to attend puppy socialisation classes. William is 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 Rhondda South Wales.


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