Black white Springer Spaniel
We have an ever changing number of Spaniels in our care. Those published below are only a selection of those looking for their “forever” home. The old and young, alike, are not immune from searching for that special someone to look after them.
Laddie is an 8 year old Liver and White Springer. His owner now has no time to give him the exercise and attention that he deserves. He is a lovely dog, who is used to children. He has lived with a Border Collie and has no experience of cats. Laddie pulls on the lead. He travels well in the car. We do not know if he has good recall. His teeth are good. His eyes are a little strange - this seems to be a birth defect as his sight is good. However, CAESSR is having his eyes checked at our vets. Laddie has been nicely groomed. He has a fairly nervous personality and either needs the company of another dog or a home with someone who is around most of the time.
Elmo is a 10 month old Black and White Springer. His owners are unable to cope with him. They didn't realise that they had purchased such an energetic dog. Their house is too small and Elmo is destructive when left inside the home if the weather is bad. He has chewed his bedding. Elmo generally sleeps inside and is house trained, but can be left outside in his kennel. He is used to children and lives with a cat. He pulls on the lead and his recall needs training. He can whine when travelling. He is mixing well with the other dogs at our base.
Alfie is a 3.5 year old Liver and White Springer X Cocker. He looks like a small Springer. His family have two other dogs and four cats and cannot give Alfie the time and exercise that he needs. Alfie was their daughter's dog, but she couldn't keep him as she moved into rented accommodation. Alfie has not met young children. He is good with the other dogs and cats. He pulls on the lead. His current owners have not let him off lead so his recall may need training. Alfie travels well in the car and can be left for short periods.
Bailey is just 6 years old and is a Black working type Cocker with a White patch on his chest. There is a new baby granddaughter, who is living in the home and Bailey cannot cope with the new situation. He isn't used to young children. He is protesting at being put in his cage at night and he is barking at visiting menfolk all of which is out of character for him. He has lived all his life in the same home. Bailey has not lived with another dog, but is fine with those he meets outside the home. He has no cat experience. He can pull on the lead, but is OK if kept on a short lead. He has brilliant recall. He travels well in the car using a doggy seat-belt and can be left for short periods.